How Do I Get There?
There are a range of art, culture, recreation and sport occupations and therefore a variety of paths to follow to reach the career of your choice. Entry-level arts, culture, recreation and sport occupations typically require some post-secondary training and/ or often require job-specific licensing/additional training. Make sure you research your specific occupation ahead of time so that you know you will meet these requirements.
Training options for art, culture, recreation and sport professions include private training school, college, and university. See the lists below for a better idea of which post-secondary destination is right for you.
Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage – Fredericton & Dieppe
Ally Beauty Academy Inc.
Atlantic Business College Ltd.
Atlantic Hairstyling Academy
Atlantic School of Reflexology
Chez Bernard Beauty Academy Inc.
Davinci College of Art & Design NB Ltd.
- Animation for Game, Film and Visual Effects
- Auto Engineering and Production
- Film and Media Production
- Graphic Design and Web Development
- Health, Wellness and Recreation
Ecole de coiffure LaFrance School of Hair Design
Elite Dog Grooming & Academy
En Vogue Studio de Coiffure Enr.
L’Institute Jon rayMond
- Gel Nail Technician/Technicien(ne) en ongles en gel
- Medical Aesthetic/Esthétique médicale
- Photography and Media Arts
- Advanced Web Development/programming
Salon Chez Robert
- Barbier Long Terme en salon
Sharon’s Grooming Shop
New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) offers a variety of programs specializing in art, culture, recreation and sport occupations/professions including:
- Animation and Graphics – Miramichi Campus
- Digital Photography – Woodstock Campus
- Culinary Arts Management – Saint Andrews
- Event Management – Online
- Hotel and Restaurant Operations – Saint Andrews
- International Travel and Tourism – Saint Andrews
Collège communautaire de Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) offers similar art, culture, recreation and sport programs in French.
Visit www.nbcc.ca or www.ccnb.ca for further details, program dates, and locations.
Universities in New Brunswick offer a range of degrees focused on art, culture, recreation and sport. Professionals often begin with an undergraduate program in arts, fine arts, kinesiology, recreation and sport studies followed by a number of years of classroom and technical training, as well as graduate-level programs where applicable. Progression to management positions is possible with experience.
Some examples of university programs in New Brunswick are:
- Bachelor of Applied Management in Hospitality and Tourism
- Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
- Bachelor of Recreation and Sports Studies
Mount Allison University
- Bachelor of Applied Sciences
Université de Moncton (Programs offered in French)
- Baccalaureat en Des Sciences Sociales