Six Nations Polytechnic’s (SNP) Brantford Campus has successfully undergone the accreditation process and has been granted accreditation by the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) as a welder qualification test centre, making SNP the only CWB test centre in Brantford.
The theme of this year’s conference is Honouring Connections: Exploring Notions of Indigenous Sustainability. C4C 2018 provides an opportunity to consider the connections we have to the environment, the natural world and one another through the lens of the Hodinohso:ni Thanksgiving Address.
The objective of the tuition-free We Are Welders program is to provide the soft skills, practical skills, safety training, technical skills and personal supports necessary for low-income women to gain local employment as a welder.
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Student Services and Information
There are a number of financial aid options available for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students at Six Nations Polytechnic.
The Brantford and Six Nations campuses have a variety of facilities and services at your disposal, like classrooms, labs, event spaces and more.
We’ve partnered with Places4Students to offer housing in and around the City of Brantford. All student services on the website are free and include rental property listing searches, student sublets, roommate profiles and more.