Inspiration starts here.
A creative revolution is sweeping through Alberta's industries. Join the epic battle against mediocrity and be on the leading edge of this dynamic wave. Discover rewarding careers in creative technology industries with diplomas and post-diploma certificates through the School of Creative Technologies.
Transform your ideas into reality. Learn to create the latest computer, mobile, and gaming applications.
Get IT Certified.
Bow Valley College has Academy Status for Cisco, VMware, and CompTIA training. Our IT training programs combine online resources with classroom instruction, providing as much or as little support as you need. Our convenient downtown location and our Pearson Vue testing centre make us your one-stop-shop for IT testing and training. Each IT course is eligible for funding through the Canada-Alberta Job Grant.Cisco VMware CompTIA
Graduate ready for success.
Graduate ready to work with practical hands-on training. Learn to solve problems as you tackle real-world technical projects in design-driven spaces. We work closely with industry partners. Together, we make sure the skills you learn are the skills you'll need.
Be ready for a future of possibilities.
Faculty & Staff
Dean, School of Creative Technologies
Cherylyn Cameron, RN, PhD
Dr. Cherylyn Cameron is the Dean of the School of Community Studies and the School of Creative Technologies at Bow Valley College. After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Alberta and a Master of Arts in Education from Central Michigan University, Dr. Cameron attended Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto and completed a PhD in theory and policy studies. Her dissertation “The Lived Experience of Transfer Students from a Baccalaureate Nursing Program,” won the Best Dissertation Award from the Council of Study of Community Colleges in the United States. Dr. Cameron has taught and held several senior administrative positions in the post-secondary system for over 25 years. As the founding dean for the School of Creative Technologies, she is committed to academic excellence balanced with learner-centred principles in teaching and learning to educate skilled and confident professionals in communication, information, and design technologies.Meet Our Team