College of the New Caledonia
In today’s market, employee training is critical. CNC offers updated equipment and instructors with extensive industry knowledge and background (WorkSafeBC-certified where applicable)
Northwest Community College
Many NWCC career programs such as Applied Coastal Ecology (ACE), Business Administration, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Social Service Worker include university credit (transferable) courses. Credits from completed UC courses can transfer* to the career program
Essential skills training for unemployed, non- EI participants. Eligible participants transition into employment and apprenticeship as a construction craft worker.
British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA)
To help you move your skills and your career forward
The Canada-B.C. Job Grant (CJG) will provide funding to employers to train current or future employees in key sectors supporting B.C.’s economy, including construction.
Provides eligible employers with financial assistance to support training for employees who would otherwise lose their jobs.
Community Futures Development Corporation of Stuart Nechako (CFDC-SN)
A federally incorporated (1995) not-for-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that represents the various communities of the Stuart-Nechako region. Our organization has been known as Community Futures Stuart Nechako (CFSN) since rebranding and organizational restructuring in 2006.
University Of British Columbia
University’s IT organization is among the second to largest in the province of British Columbia, providing a great breadth and depth of opportunities within the IT field for both prospective employees and existing staff members. Once you’ve chosen your career goals, we can help you identify opportunities, assess, develop and plan your career in IT at UBC.