LaSalle College Vancouver is proud to announce the launch of 2 new e-learning programs; Graphic Design – Branding and Event Planning and Management, both leading to a Diploma accredited by BC’s Private Career Training Institutions Agency (PCTIA). With online training, studying in the comfort of your home and at your own pace is now possible.
E-learning programs are ideal for students who work, have a family or who need to commute long distances, all factors which may prevent the pursuit of a traditional study program. Pursuing an online education at LaSalle College Vancouver also means attending classes between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. PST. This allows students just enough time to finish work, return home, have dinner and get ready for class.
Over the last decade, distance learning has taken on a new dimension as multimedia brings online education to the next level. In a world where professional success is increasingly dependent on the continuous acquisition of new skills, the mission of our E-learning programs is for learners of all ages, background and geographical location to connect to modern communication networks and access online programs.
The Winter 2016 semester will commence on January 11th, 2016.
Learn more about our two new online programs.
Graphic Design – Branding
The online Graphic Design program will teach students about the world of advertising. The graphic design clientele expects high quality projects and specific industry standards that students will learn to deliver. From learning to develop graphic design concepts to acquiring highly technical computer skills, students will become aware of every stage of production related to different types of graphic design projects destined for print or for web. All classes are delivered 100% online via a state-of-the-art platform by instructors active in their respective industries. This Graphic Design program, leads to a Diploma and consists of 3 semesters, for a total of 705 hours.
Event Planning and Management
With training in event planning and management, your creativity, your versatility and your ability to work within a team will be put to practice. In the field of event planning, the team works together with a single common purpose: to ensure that the event is unique and successful! The online Event Planning and Management program is designed for events and communications enthusiasts. From budgeting, to resource planning, to etiquette and protocol, this program will teach you all the ins and outs of a successful career in event planning. All classes are delivered 100% online via a state-of-the-art platform by instructors who are active in their respective industries. This Event Planning and Management program, leads to a Diploma and consists of 4 semesters, for a total of 810 hours.
About LaSalle College Vancouver
LaSalle College Vancouver offers Diploma programs in Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Interior Design, Jewellery Design, Graphic Design, 2D/3D Animation and Professional Photography as well as a Certificate in Artistic Make-up – Fashion & Beauty. The Vancouver campus also offers on-line training programs in Interior Design, Fashion Marketing, Video Game 3D Modelling and Event Planning and Management. The college is accredited by BC’s Private Career Training Institutions Agency (PCTIA) and is a member of the LCI Education network which boasts 22 campuses on 5 continents.
About the LCI Education network
LCI Education traces its origins back to LaSalle College Montreal, which was founded in 1959. Its international-level activities were launched when it exported its Quebec know-how by opening its first LaSalle College campus in Morocco in 1989. LCI Education most recently announced a new campus in Melbourne, Australia. Now present on 5 continents, LCI Education boasts 22 higher education campuses on 5 continents and a teaching staff of nearly 1,500, dedicated to educating 10,000 students around the globe yearly. In addition, LCI Education is known as a leader in online training in Canada. LCI Education encourages program harmonization across the various countries in order to ensure greater flexibility, better control over the quality of its services and respect for cultural diversity.