BUsiness Development

Our Business Development team is here to connect with you and find solutions you need. Connecting you to a portfolio of training products and services that can be tailored to increase your organizational capacity. The training you need, at the time you want!

Our services are distributed throughout north west Saskatchewan. See what our team can do for you!

For more information contact us at


Meet our team

Tracey Conrad

Tracey Conrad
Business Development Coordinator 

Direct: 306-234-5117

Bryce Bohun

Bryce Bohun
Coordinator, Business & Industry, Contracts & Community Engagement 

Direct: 306-937-5117

Roxanne Henry

Roxanne Henry
Business Development Program Associate
Direct: 306-234-5104


NWC Advantage

At NWC, we value our relationships with industry. Through our contracted programming we can offer you:

Training can vary in duration – from a one-day session to programs of several weeks – offered anytime, anywhere.

We take the time to intimately understand your business objectives, operations, values and culture.

Customized training options from a list of over 100 programs. We also build entirely new programs tailored to fit the training requirements of our clients.

Indigenous Training
We are committed to serving the needs of our Indigenous peoples by developing hands-on training programs for delivery on campus or within the community.

Student Services
All NWC programs are fully supported by our Student Services team! When you partner with NWC the following services are always included:

  • Academic related difficulties
  • Personal challenges
  • Education and career decisions
  • Traumatic Event Response Specialist
  • Job Coach 

Training Programs

Reveiw the below program guide for potential training opporunites available through North West College. 


Funding Opportunities

Apply for the Canada Saskatchewan Job Grant

The Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant (CSJG) provides employers with funding to train new or existing employees to meet skill requirements for available jobs. The grant also provides training opportunities for unemployed and underemployed workers.  If you are an employer in Saskatchewan and you’re looking to fill a potential job vacancy or develop your employees’ current skill sets, you could be eligible for a Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant. Through the program, employers pay one-third of the training cost, while the federal and provincial governments contribute the rest.

Programs or courses that are 24 hours in length or more, and completed within a 52 week period that result in a credential (record of completion, certificate, grade etc.) are typically eligible. 

Interested employers should make application at