Collège Boréal has ranked first in the province for continuing education in a poll conducted by the independent firm CCI Research.
The college also ranked second for competence of its teaching staff and the quality of the courses it provides.
CCI Research polled a total of 61,610 people throughout Ontario and evaluated 5,888 credit courses.
“Collège Boréal strives to provide quality programs and courses,” Danielle Talbot-Lariviere, the college's vice-president of workforce and business development said, in a press release.
“The expertise and friendliness of our personnel, and the quality of our courses and infrastructures are all examples that explain the growing popularity of the services we provide.”
More than 4,000 people are enrolled in the college's continuing education courses.
From Windsor to Thunder Bay, through Sudbury and Toronto, many courses and programs are available in fields as varied as language training, health and safety, and professional training.