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A welder is a person who has training in and is capable of welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals in all positions, on both plates and/or pipe. Using various welding processes. Certified welders qualify for test with CSA, BCSA, and for ASME procedures in British Columbia. ...

Note:  This program is not currently accepting applications.  For more information please speak with an Educational Advisor.

Increase the odds of business start-up success.

The Entrepreneurship program helps...

Participants will gain the formal training to work in the spa industry and will attain sound knowledge around the operation of a salon business. This program prepares students to become a qualified professional in the Esthetics Industry. Students participate in 800 hours of...

First Nations Fine Arts (FNFA) is a vibrant, successful two-year Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art Diploma program that seeks to honour and support the rich culture and...

First Nations Fine Arts (FNFA) Advanced Diploma is a 10 month program meant to enhance skills and confidence of graduates of the 2 year FNFA Diploma. The program is a combination of business courses, jewelry and sculpture with a...

Learn in Spectacular Haida Gwaii!

Experience the culture and history of the amazing Haida people and explore the unique ecology of the archipelago.

Haida Gwaii, known to the Haida as "Islands of the People," is a diverse...

The NWCC Hairdressing program combines the art and science of Hairdressing at a Foundations level. This 10-month program uses the Pivot Point Designer Approach Curriculum to provide students with the theoretical and practical application of the latest hairdressing skills.  ...

The Automotive Service Technician Foundation Training gives students the technical skills and knowledge to repair, adjust and replace mechanical parts in automobiles and light trucks. The full-time, 30-week program covers all the theory and practical components necessary for...

Carpenters assemble and erect forms for concrete, wood and metal construction framing, and install interior and exterior finishing materials. A registered carpenter apprentice combines on-the-job training and technical training at NWCC to earn Journeyperson classification....

Harmonized Carpentry Foundation students learn to read plans and use instruments, assemble and erect forms for concrete, wood and metal frame construction, and install interior and exterior finishing for residential, commercial and industrial projects. Learners develop...

Millwrights install, repair, overhaul and maintain machinery and heavy mechanical equipment, such as conveyor systems in diverse settings including repair shops, plants, construction sites, mines, logging operations, ski hills and most production and manufacturing facilities...

Train to become a frontline care provider and valuable member of a health care team.

The Health Care Assistant program provides opportunities to develop knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to provide professional care to the elderly...

Heavy Duty Equipment Technicians work on industrial and construction vehicles, such as mining trucks and bulldozers; on heavy equipment used in construction, forestry, materials handling, landscaping, and land clearing. Heavy Duty Equipment Technician is a nationally...

Note:  There are currently no planned intakes for the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship program. Contact our Workforce Training & Contract Services department for more information or to express your interest in future...

Note:  There are currently no planned intakes for the Heavy Equipment Operator program. Contact our Workforce Training & Contract Services department for more information or to express your interest in future intakes....

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