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Spring term (14 weeks) starts May 4 Intersession
Spring term (7 weeks) starts May 4 Intersession
Summer term (7 weeks) starts July 6
Learn to design, construct, finish, and repair high-quality wood products such as kitchen cabinets, furniture, and fixtures. You’ll earn apprenticeship technical training credit towards Interprovincial (Red Seal) certification.
Upgrade high school level courses in English, Kwak'wala, Nuu-chah-nulth, First Peoples studies, math and science to prepare for your chosen field. Classes are available face-to-face or online, and during the day or evening to work around your schedule. Individual support and self-paced learning plans are available to help you succeed.
Gain the skills and technical knowledge to become a valuable member of BC’s forest management team. Designed with the input of industry leaders and with a focus on applied and experiential learning, you’ll learn a wide range of forestry theory and applied learning.
An introduction to the study of Canadian politics at the federal and provincial levels. This course introduces students to Canadian political cultures and ideologies; political socialization and participation; political parties; the electoral process; leadership issues; interest group articulation and the role of the mass media.
An examination of ethical issues arising in the contemporary business context. Emphasis is on mastery of the key ethical concepts and their application to real-life situations.
This course includes rates, systems of linear equations, quadratic functions, geometry, statistics, trigonometry, measurement, and logical reasoning.
Faculty, Adult Basic Education, Mathematics-Science
Students choose NIC for our expert faculty, high-quality, affordable education, supportive community and university transfer pathways. Here’s what they say:
NIC offers industry-approved skills training, nationally recognized credentials, networking opportunities, applied skills and knowledge to advance your career.