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This course will discuss some of the wide range of cultural heritage assets, which are, or could become, viable tourist attractions in the northwest and elsewhere. The importance of using effective, accurate and positive interpretation skills will be emphasized.  All aspects of cultural heritage tourism will be examined in the parameters of...

Credits:
3.0

This course will help bring down barriers between cultures in terms of awareness and communication.  The course will examine cultural definitions, values and beliefs, terminology, and other related issues. A key goal is to create understanding and positive interactions between First Nations and non-First Nations people.  Today’s workers require...

Credits:
3.0

This course shows students and first-time entrepreneurs how to combine their vision with the practical approach to make your idea into a viable business plan.  Using a step by step approach, you will learn how to develop a business plan from the inception of the idea, how to find your target customers, and how to market to them successfully....

Credits:
3.0

This course addresses the relationship between tourism activity and conservation issues, with special attention to the impact of cultural, educational and adventure tourism on natural environments and local communities. Central concepts of sustainability and development in working with communities, other resource based industries, and visitors...

Credits:
3.0

The practicum component of the Sustainable Tourism Certificate program plays an integral role in enhancing the success of participants of the program.  Through participation in a 2 week practicum placement with a host tourism operation, participants are provided with the opportunity to demonstrate the skills and knowledge base gained throughout...

Credits:
3.0

This course will introduce students to the natural history of their local environments and will focus on presenting that knowledge to visitors and others in an outdoor environment. The course will include modules on important animal and plant species, foundational ecological knowledge and an introduction to land forming processes and geological...

Credits:
3.0

This course introduces the students to basic flat water canoeing as a foundation for Coastal Canoeing and the BCRCA Flatwater Instructors course. This course meets the standards of the Recreational Canoeing Association of BC and students will be expected to meet BCRCA standards for Advanced Tandem Paddling (Basic Flatwater 3).

This course details the safe, efficient and ethical practices required in a guided back country setting for the establishment and management of a camp. With increasing numbers of people venturing into the back country the importance of effective sanitation, maintenance of water quality and impact on terrain are serious issues concerning the...

The delivery and continued success of all Adventure Tourism activities pivots around one focus, safety. The continuing viability of the Adventure Tourism Industry depends on a zero-tolerance approach to accidents and a philosophy of complete safety to eliminate real risk. Yet by the same token, the perceived risk found within these activities...

This course is designed to provide a high level of sanitation training for workers in the food industry. The course content includes microbiology, foodborne illness, food preparation, protection, transport, and storage.

This course is required for those monitoring, controlling and directing traffic in and around maintenance and construction areas. It provides in-depth coverage of the skills and information needed to become a qualified traffic control flag person. Students spend both scheduled days gaining practical experience with a qualified instructor. ...

Times:
  • TER Jul 14-15 (2018) 8:30am-5:30pm
  • TER Aug 20-21 (2018) 8:30am-5:30pm

This course is designed to deliver the skills and knowledge needed to manage life threatening emergencies and transport injured/ill workers to medical aid. These skills are necessary if the worksite is more than twenty minutes from medical aid.

Hours: 7.5

Price: $119.25

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Times:
  • MAS Jun 15 (2018) 8:30am-5pm
  • SMI Jun 18 (2018) 8:30am-5pm

This course is designed to meet all of Transport Canada's training requirements under the TDG Regulations, for all persons involved in the Transportation of Dangerous Goods by ground. It is ideal for shippers, receivers and drivers. Successful participants receive a certificate from Danatec, valid for 3 years.

Hours: 5...

Times:
  • MAS Jul 27 (2018) 1-6pm

This course is designed to give students interested in peer tutoring an opportunity to develop skills to become effective tutors. Topics include understanding: literacy, basic teaching and learning strategies, learning styles, adult learners, special needs and developing relationships with learners. This course is offered in workshop format...

Credits:
2.5

This online program will prepare you to become a productive member of a veterinary team. You’ll learn about every aspect of veterinary assisting, including anatomy and physiology, animal restraint, laboratory sample collection, assisting in surgery and dentistry, prescription preparation, and taking radiographs. You’ll also learn how to...

Times:
  • Online at www.gatlineducation.com/nwcc

Video game design and development is challenging, but the rewards are worth it.With this unparalleled comprehensive training program, you’ll master skills that open doors to the growing video game industry.

Using a comprehensive and analytical approach to game engine architectures, this program offers you the opportunity to learn how to...

Times:
  • Online at careertraining.ed2go.com/nwcc/

Students will get practical exposure to a work environment of interest and apply learned skills in the work environment. The course is designed to support increased participation in community activities and initiatives that are not necessarily viewed as traditional wage-labour work places, but engage the student in meaningful and practical work...

This course is designed to provide the learner with the fundamental skills needed to build basic conversation. It will focus on Witsuwit’en sounds, structure, vocabulary, grammar, phrases and sentences. The course will examine how the Witsuwit’en language is connected to land, culture, and spirituality. Throughout the course, songs, stories,...

Credits:
3.0

This is an introductory course focusing on Canadian experience. Examinations of what constitutes the sources of history, Eurocentric, and androcentric traditions. Consideration of scholarship by and about women of diverse backgrounds from pre-contact to contemporary society are covered in this course. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

This is an interdisciplinary course integrating topics concerning women, gender and differences throughout the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. Introduction to Women's Studies includes consideration of scholarship by and about women in the arts, literature, science, history, society, popular culture, politics and law....

Credits:
3.0

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