Tired of the same old summer camps?
This year, you can give your child a unique summer camp experience at the Exchange District Campus.
Register them into one of the highly sought after spots in the Kids Cook @ RRC camps this summer. Your child will learn how to prepare simple meals and tasty treats under the direction of RRC’s Chefs.
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Your child will have the opportunity to design their own product or living space under the guidance of two professional designers.
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Both camps are for children 10 to 14 years old.
Camps run from 9:00am to 4:00pm, with drop-offs at 8:30am and pick-ups by 4:30pm.
Ready to start or advance your career? Maybe finish your certificate or diploma a little faster? Or learn something new for fun?
Our Spring/Summer course schedule is now online. With several new courses and programs available, you can make difference in your career and community.
Review the 2017 Spring/Summer Program Guide to see what courses are required in each program and the fall course schedule. Always review the online schedule as the print schedule is subject change.
The difference is here: http://blogs.rrc.ca/coned/explore/
Calling all Photography students and grads!
We’re looking for inspirational photographs which feature iconic Manitoba images, to be displayed throughout our buildings across our many campus locations.
If you’re current student or alumni of our Photography courses, you’re eligible to enter this contest. We’d like to see your iconic Manitoba images and provide you with the opportunity to have your images displayed at any one of our campuses. Selected images will include a photo credit and bio. Full contest details are in the Official Contest Rules.
You have until 11:59pm CST on April 1, 2017 to submit your photos.
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For income tax purposes, T2202A tax receipts will be available through your HUB account at the end of February 2017 for the 2016 calendar year.
T2202As are only available online through your HUB account, they are not mailed out by the College.
If you have any questions about your T2202A please contact us at 204-694-1789.
Leane Funk is using her good taste to fight hunger.
Funk, a professional server and Red River College Continuing Education student, is one of the foodies behind the Winnipeg Supper Club, a regularly occurring secret dinner event.
On Sat., Feb. 25, the Winnipeg Supper Club is teaming up with Winnipeg Harvest to present Harvest Homegrown, a not-so secret, collaborative dinner event. Harvest Homegrown will take place at Winnipeg Harvest (1085 Winnipeg Ave.) and will feature local food prepared by Deseo chef Jordan Carlson and MasterChef Canada runner-up Jeremy Senaris, both of whom are Red River College graduates.
Harvest Homegrown will raise money for Winnipeg Harvest and its hunger-fighting initiatives.
“It just so happened that six months ago, David Northcott (Winnipeg Harvest executive director) ended up at a table I was serving and we just started chatting,” says Funk. “I mentioned who I was and he had heard of (Winnipeg Supper Club). One thing led to another and we discussed starting something together. Then I went and met with Colleen McVarish (Harvest development manager) and now we’re doing a dinner.”
Funk is excited for dinner guests to see Carlson and Senaris in action.
“I thought with their contrasting cooking styles they would be a good collaboration,” she says. “It’s a pretty open kitchen and we have a chef’s table that is available for purchase for a group of 10. It’s available at a bit of a premium but they’ll be front row, watching the chefs and being served by Jeremy and Jordan.” Read More →
After a successful career as a teacher, Willa Klyne decided it was time to go back to school.
Last June, Klyne, 55, wrapped up 29 years of teaching in Frontier School Division. Not really the retiring type, she enrolled in Red River College’s Administrative Assistant program, completing the 17-week certificate program in December.
“I want to work for a very long time. My mom worked part-time until she was 75 years old and I see myself doing the same thing,” Klyne says.
“I’d like to have two or three careers in my lifetime. My plan is to work full-time until I’m 65 and then I’ll decide if I want to continue … or go down to part-time. But I don’t want my working career to be one thing. I can’t imagine sticking with one type of job for my entire lifetime. There are new things to learn and new experiences to have.”
Klyne admits she was a bit nervous about attending college at 55, but she’s not the first in her family to go back to school later in life. In the 1970s, Klyne’s grandmother, Violet McKillop, took a commercial cake decorating course at RRC while in her 70s.
“I would never let it stop me (being an older student), but I wondered how it would be. It turned out to be great. There were way more older students there than I thought there would be,” Klyne says. Read More →
Red River College is making its small screen debut on January 2, 2017 with an updated version of the cinema pre-roll commercial. Produced entirely in-house, this 30-second spot – featuring an original score – is sure to get audiences talking. Here’s a sneak preview:
Continuing Education from Red River College on Vimeo.
Convocation ceremonies will be held at the Centennial Concert Hall, 555 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba
February 8, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
• School of Continuing Education
Live Stream of Ceremony:
Family and friends who are unable to attend the ceremony can view the live webcast of the ceremony. A link to the live webcast will be made available at www.rrc.ca/convocation on the day of convocation.
For more information, visit: http://www.rrc.ca/convocation
Learn more about the Railway Conductor program and career in the rail industry. RRC is hosting an Information Session taking place at our Railway Training Centre.
Meet instructors, get your questions answered, and learn about entrance requirements.
- January 18, 2017
- February 1 and 15, 2017
- March 1, 15 and 29, 2017
Next Intakes: May and September
Read more about the Railway Conductor Program.
Watch the Global’s Manitoba Focus’s feature on our Railway Conductor Program.
Whether you’re a beginner or expert, Microsoft Master Instructor Janet Epps shares three tips to help you excel:
- Today’s date
Want a date that updates to the current date automatically every time you open the workbook? Type this formula =TODAY() and then press the Enter key. Format in the way you want under the Number group on the Home tab as usual.
- Mysterious cell behaviour
The cause could be many things but frequently it is simply unwanted formatting left behind (feels like a haunting sometimes). On the Home tab go to the Editing group and select Clear Format from the Clear drop down arrow. Format is removed but your content is retained.
- Increase worksheet readability
By printing with gridlines, heading and rows, it makes it easier to match up the cells when editing from a printout. Go the Page Layout tab and Sheet Options group, select Print.
Learn more about Excel with Janet: Excel 2016
This winter she will be teaching Access 2013, Outlook & OneNote 2016, and Word 2013. Register today to make your Microsoft Office skills sharper in 2017.
Janet is a professional trainer in the computer field. She holds internationally recognized Microsoft Master Instructor and Expert level certifications and provides training for corporations, colleges, and government. She also has extensive experience in business and has written several computer training manuals. Learners at all levels enjoy her down-to-earth teaching style. Janet is the winner of the 2016 Red River College Continuing Education Excellence in Teaching award.