About Centennial College

The Community Business Resource Centre (CBRC) was established by the George Brown College Foundation in 1989. The CBRC has operated as a private training and consulting organization since 1995. It is managed by a nine-member Board of Directors. The CBRC is a unique organization which functions as a training and resource centre for business and economic development. The Centre operates six services including: 1. Aboriginal Business Consulting and Training Services; 2. Business Advisory Services for New Canadians; 3. Community/Cooperative Enterprise Development; 4. Community Economic Development and Renewal Programs; 5. Entrepreneurship Training Programs; 6. International Development Services. The CBRC is also a trainer for St. Francis Xavier University's certificate program in Community Development training and was the initial sponsor of the Greateeer Toronto Area Community Loan Fund. Each year, an estimated 3,000 people participate in the Centre's training programs, seminars and workshops. 85% of the clients in CBRC's Self Employment Assistance training programs successfully start business ventures. Also, the CBRC's entrepreneurship skills development program for social assistance recipients had one of the highest success rates in Ontario. In addition, the CBRC has the highest number of new Canadians who successfully complete their self-employment training. During the past five years, the CBRC has assisted in the establishment of more than 1,000 new small businesses, 20 local development corporations and development banks and 5 municipal economic development ventures. All entrepreneurship training programs offered by the CBRC are recognized by the provincial and federal governments and the major chartered banks. Currently, CBRC operates an office at 145 Front Street East, Suite 101, Toronto with training facilities in Toronto, Barrie and partner sites around the GTA. Corporate and Institutional Associations The CBRC's associations have included: - Addiction Research Foundation - Canadian Bankers Association - Canadian Institute for Advance Research - Canadian International Development Agency - City of Barrie - City of Toronto - City of York - Human Resources Development Canada - Industry Canada: Community Futures Program - Metro Credit Union - Metro Toronto Reference Library - Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Tourism - Ministry of Education and Training - Serve Canada - St. Francis Xavier University Achievements to Date - Sponsored first community-based loan fund for Greater Toronto Area - Founding member of the Metro Community Loans Fund - Established first small business resource centre for new Canadians in Ontario - Established first consortium of non-profit business resource centres to serve Toronto region. - Established first business resource centre for Aboriginal people in greater Toronto region. - CBRC's jobs Ontario Community Enterprise Program in First Tier of delivery organizations across Ontario. - CBRC's Self Employment Assistance Program has maintained a business start-up success rate exceeding 80% for 5 years. - Founding member of Community Economics magazine. - Established the first sectoral defined entrepreneurship programs in Ontario (food production, Internet-based businesses). - Successfully managed the first two province-wide conferences o community economic development. - Published resource book: Starting Your Community Business. - Established certificate program in Community-based Development offered by St. Francis Xavier University. - Founding member of the Digby Partnership (a national partnership of 14 comunity economic development organizations). - Established first Internet-based entrepreneurship training program and community economic development resource centre for community economic development organizations in Canada (start date, February 1998).


Revenue : 100M-200M Industry : Education Management Location : Canada Employees : 1000-5000

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