Learn online from the comfort of your own home with Canadian Tourism College!
Currently we are offering our programs in a virtual classroom environment. Pending further updates from the provincial government, programs may include a combination of on-campus and online learning experiences in September 2020.
New students will begin their classes online and may progress to on-campus learning when it is deemed safe to do so by health officials and the government of Canada.
Online learning FAQ
How is online learning conducted?
To study online with CTC, all you need is a laptop or home computer and an internet connection. We are currently using Zoom, Canvas and Google Classroom platforms to conduct our classes, all of which are easy to install and set up. Our faculty is here to support you should you need any guidance in getting started. You will receive all the information you need to access our classes once you are enrolled.
What is included in tuition?
You will receive the same high level of instruction as you would if you were to attend classes on-campus. Our instructors are experienced industry experts who are passionate about what they teach.
You will receive digital PDF files of all required manuals for your courses. Once you are enrolled and ready to start, you will be given online and digital access to everything you need to get started.
What are the advantages of taking classes online?
- Get started on your education now so you can move forward with your career.
- Connect with other people and form new friendships. We have found that our students have become a great support system for one another during this time. Online classes offer not only an educational experience but also an opportunity to connect with other people.
- Improve time management skills and develop self-discipline.
- No commute! Stay in and enjoy classes from the safety and comfort of your own home.
When will in-class instruction resume?
Our number one priority is the health and safety of our students and staff. Beginning this September 2020, programs may include a combination of on-campus and online learning experiences, depending on the program. (Pending any updates from the provincial government). Over the spring and summer, we have been following the guidelines set by health officials which have required us to close the doors to both of our campuses and offer courses virtually. The situation is constantly evolving and we will provide students with updates in a timely manner.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming students back on-campus again!
Are there scholarships or tuition credits available? How do I get started?
Yes! We are giving back to the community! We have scholarships available from $3,000 to $5,000, depending on the program. Request more information to learn more about our scholarship availability and how to get started.
When do classes start?
See below for the latest updates on program start dates.
|Program||Sept 2020||Jan 2021|
|Travel & Tourism Business Management Program (Vancouver)||Sept 9||Jan 11 & 25|
|Hospitality & Resort Business Management Program (Vancouver)
||Sept 14||Jan 13 & 28|
|Hospitality Certificate (Vancouver)||Sept 14||Jan 28|
|Tourism Certificate (Vancouver)
||Sept 24||Jan 25|
|Flight Attendant Program (Vancouver)
||Sept 28||Jan 6|
85% of our current students are either satisfied or highly satisfied with our online classes.
Scale: 1: Highly Dissatisfied | 3: Neutral | 5: Highly Satisfied
Current student, Clara J.
What are you enjoying most about attending classes online?
I’m thankful for the opportunity to see so many positive faces and interact with a group of people who share similar professional goals.
Current student, Irene P.
Virtual Class Content
Check out this virtual presentation by Travel & Tourism instructor Jeff Thomson, using Loom as a whiteboard for his lesson.
See what our Tourism students have been up to in their online class!
Students were asked to create a full itinerary for a short tour, come up with the costs, and figure out the price for the tour after markup. They could pick any attraction in the world and video themselves as a “site guide”, and were allowed to wear an article of clothing which might represent the area or attraction. Check out this video for a presentation by Kim, as she takes us though a Puerto Prinsesa Underground River Tour.