Welcome to Westervelt College Brantford Campus!
Nestled along the Grand River, Brantford is the birthplace of Alexander Graham Bell and Hockeys Number 99 Wayne Gretzky! We were also the home of famous Indigenous Poet and Writer Pauline Johnson, who’s father was Chief Brant, the man this city was named after.
You’ll find the campus at 39 King George Road, (at the corner of Queensway and right off the 403 highway exit). There is plenty of free parking available and the campus is also on a major bus route.
All of our Instructors have years of work experience in the fields that they teach in, and enhance the theory and practical skills within the curriculum with their real life experiences. We focus on training students for careers in disciplines where they will be able to find work that they find meaningful and where they can contribute to their communities in a positive way.
We know our students graduate with the skills and knowledge that they need because employers tell us so and we look forward to being able to help you reach your goals in the near future!
Programs Offered in Brantford
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