More students in the Comox Valley, on the west coast and north island will now have access to health-care assistant education programs. This increase in these high-demand programs is thanks to a seat expansion and new state-of-the-art learning space at North Island College.
In The News
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Read about the latest news and activities happening at colleges throughout BC in this month’s What’s New at BC Colleges? e-newsletter.
At Vancouver Community College (VCC), we’re extremely proud of our skilled trades competitors, whether they’re aiming for medals in regional, provincial, or national competitions. Every two years, however, the WorldSkills competition offers a chance for ultimate international recognition.
Building on years of expertise in faculty and student-led applied research, Camosun College has launched a new psychology journal to showcase their unique and diverse research accomplishments.
It's one of the most in-demand tech sector jobs in Canada and in the first year of being offered at the Selkirk College Tenth Street Campus, the Web Development Program is already emboldening the lives of learners keen to join the industry.
One Okanagan College Communications class brought multi-player action to a whole-new level this week.
Savannah Barratt is studying geography, English and environmental technologies at Camosun College, while working two part-time jobs and leading social justice activities in the community.
College of the Rockies is launching the Autonomous Systems Technician program, which aims to prepare students for an evolving workplace.
Red Seal welder Karl Plautz certainly fits the title of journeyman, having worked in many regions in BC and Alberta and with various industries.
In the auto body repair shop at the College of New Caledonia (CNC), the engine of a fully restored 1973 Pontiac Trans Am fires to life! This is the culmination of six years and more than 1,000 working hours by CNC Motor Vehicle Body Repairer program students who transformed the bones of the vintage muscle car back to its former glory.