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Tuition credit can be used for training

Central Alberta employers have until Feb. 14 to apply for a $5,000 tuition credit from Red Deer College.

The credit, which is sponsored by Red Deer Bottling, can be used for customized training or existing courses at the college.

Businesses from the region with 25 or fewer employees, and which have not been awarded the credit previously, are eligible.

“Whether the training takes place online, at the applicant’s worksite or here at our downtown campus, we hope employers will seize this opportunity and apply,” said Darcy Mykytyshyn, dean of RDC’s Donald School of Business.

Past recipients have demonstrated excellence in customer service, innovation in business process or product development, outstanding marketing and community leadership, said a release issued by the college.

Businesses applying must submit a 500-word description of how they pursue innovation, excellence and entrepreneurship.

Additional information about the award and the application process can be obtained online at or by calling the Student Funding and Awards Office at 403-314-2443 or the Donald School of Business at 403-342-3555.



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