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This information is intended to explain the  “Heavy Mechanical” training model.  This new training model will affect apprentices registered in one of the following trades: Heavy Duty Equipment Technician, Truck and Transport Mechanic ,...

Indentured apprentices combine on-the-job training with formal classroom technical training at Northwest Community College to earn journeyperson classification. To be eligible for apprenticeship training you must be registered as an apprentice with the Industry Training...

Millwright/Industrial Mechanic Foundation students learn the entry-level skills required for employment in the trade. The curriculum provides a solid foundation for career advancement and specialization in this field and is equivalent to the first level apprenticeship\...

The Infant & Child Mental Health (ICMH) program is designed to enhance the ability of front-line workers to effectively and empathically understand and support children presenting with mental health concerns. Five offered courses focus on developmental process, as well as...

An opportunity to learn outside, improve field research skills, and experience the culture and environment that makes our region unique.

If you are interested in the outdoors, field research, and environmental stewardship, then this field school is for you. You will...

This 11-week plus entry-level training program prepares students to be employed at operating mines that mill ore.

Students will learn how to use equipment to separate valuable minerals and metals from rocks. Training is focused on the knowledge and skills required to...

The Collaborative Mining Engineering and Technology Degree/Diploma Program provides students across British Columbia with a local and alternative pathway into Mineral Exploration and Mining Technology or Mining and Mineral Resource Engineering Programs at BCIT. 

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The four-year Northern Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program (NCBNP) prepares students for entry into the Registered Nurse profession. The program is offered collaboratively with the College of New Caledonia (CNC) and the University of Northern British Columbia (...

Immerse yourself in the rich and amazing Gitxsan culture and history while learning the preparation of smoked salmon and weaving of cedar in an outdoor classroom.

The People of the Skeena Field School will take place in the Terrace area where you will visit the...

New 2018 Field School

Learn how to create sustainable communities through the process of permaculture design.  During this two-week intensive study you will complete a variety of outdoor activities, lectures, visits to field sites, and explore...

Plumbers install, alter, and repair the systems that keep our water disposal systems running, and that provide many of the basic amenities we rely on day-to-day. They read and interpret blueprints and project specifications. Plumbers also select the type and size of pipe...

Note:  The Terrace campus welcomes applications from domestic students for fall 2017.  International student seats for fall 2017 in Terrace are now full. International students are encouraged to apply for January 2018 at the Prince Rupert campus.  For...

NOTE:  This program is not being offered.  

Access to Practical Nursing is currently accepting applications.  Please visit the program webpage for details.

The Practical Nursing...

“Cook” means a person who performs all phases of kitchen activities including the preparation and presentation of vegetables, soups, sauces, meat, fish and poultry, cold kitchen items; desserts, baking, pastry, basic menu planning/costing as well as knowledge of safety,...

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