Strategic Planning:2019-2024 College of the North Atlantic


College of the North Atlantic is currently developing a strategic plan that will frame its directions for the next five years. The planning process will include a number of information-gathering activities such as interviews, best practices research, and workshops.

It is important to us that this process be fully inclusive, engaging all college stakeholders, including students, graduates, college employees, industry, government, and the community. Our workshops will give you a way to provide your valuable input on the future of the college and we hope to meet all of you through our planning process!


Workshops 1 and 2 will both be held at four locations across Newfoundland and Labrador with virtual options available for those who cannot attend in person.

Workshop 1 will be held in May and will focus on future visioning

Workshop 2 will be held in June and will focus on planning for the future

If you would like to attend workshop 1 please click the RSVP button to sign up. By signing up, you help us best prepare for these important sessions. RSVP for workshop 2 will be done at a later date.

Workshop 1 session dates, times, and locations

Wednesday, May 9, 7:00pm: Bay St. George Campus (Stephenville) + in person or virtual

Thursday, May 10, 7:00pm: Happy Valley – Goose Bay Campus + in person or virtual

Wednesday, May 16 @ 7:00 pm: Grand Falls Windsor Campus + in person or virtual

Thursday, May 17 @ 7:00 pm: Prince Philip Drive Campus (St. John’s) + in person or virtual

Workshop 2

Details for workshop 2 are being finalized and will be shared after workshop 1 is finished. Watch this space for more information.

Attend virtually

Can't make it to a location? No problem! You can attend virtually. Please RSVP workshop 1 above to register for the virtual participation. Attendance requires a decent internet connection and device with an updated operating system and browser. You can connect your computer using Skype for Business Web App plug-in.

A link to the session with instructions on how to connect will be emailed to you prior to the virtual session. If you are not a college employee using internal connectivity, we strongly recommend you test your connection prior to the event. Follow your browser's instructions for installing the Skype for Business Web App plug-in, which is required for audio, video, and screen sharing. On default upon entering the virtual session, your video will be off, and microphone muted. Please use the chat function to ask questions or troubleshoot connectivity. Here is a quick start guide for the Skype for Business Web App for review if you have not used it before.


For more information on the planning process, feel free to reach out to the planning team via Amanda Garland, CNA Director of Policy and Planning at amanda.garland@cna.nl.ca


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