Remote Deliveries

Because one of the foundational principles of CED is taking a “place-based” approach to economic development, we have collaborated over the years with many local organizations around Western Canada to deliver the courses remotely in their communities. The program has also been adapted and offered internationally in Bolivia, Mexico, and Ukraine. Remote deliveries are core to the mission of the program in that they enable us to build CED capacity in communities which may not otherwise have access to formal education in the discipline.

If you are a college, local government, or NGO and are interested in partnering to deliver a certificate program in your region, please contact us and we can discuss partnership opportunities. Generall, partnering includes revenue sharing and local instructor hiring. 

Examples of the types of organizations and locations where the CED program has been delivered includes the following:

 

Town of High River (High River, Alberta)
Penticton Indian Band
(Penticton, BC)
Haida Gwaii Community Futures (Masset, BC)
Town of Cochrane (Cochrane, Alberta)
BC Community Economic Development Network (Victoria, BC)
Northern Lights College (Atlin, BC)
North Island College (Port Hardy, BC)
College of the Rockies (Kimberly, BC)
Northwest Community College (Terrace and Prince George, BC)
Community Futures of Cariboo-Chilcotin (Williams Lake, BC)
Community Futures Nadina (Smithers, BC)
Community Futures Stuart Nechako (Vanderhoof, BC)
Community Futures Peace Liard (Dawson Creek, BC)
Misty Isles Economic Development Society (Queen Charlotte, BC)