Plumbing & Piping Trades Foundation Harmonized Certificate provides training to qualify you to become a plumber, steamfitter/pipefitter or sprinkler fitter.
Land-based learning combines in-class instruction with outdoor exploration and returns to the Mixalakwila campus in Port Hardy, starting in January.
Start your degree at NIC, learn strong critical thinking and research skills and receive two years (60 credits) of transfer credit toward any BC university.
NIC Information Nights, Comox Valley campusWednesday, Nov 20, 6 - 8 pm
2019 Artist Talk Series:Thursday Nov 21, 6 - 7 pm, Stan Hagen Theatre, CV Campus
High school students can explore the culinary industry and try out other skills in an upcoming youth trades sampler at NIC’s Campbell River campus.
Experience the rewards of working in a caring profession, supporting older adults and vulnerable members of society as part of a dynamic health care team. As a graduate, you will be qualified to work as a frontline care provider in a variety of settings. Dual credit options are available.
Learn skills in a supported environment to be a stronger employee. Gain workplace literacy, numeracy and digital skills that may lead to employment, supported work, volunteer opportunities or further skills training, depending on your goals.
Advance your culinary skills in Level 2 in well-equipped training facilities, including the Third Course Bistro in Campbell River or the Roger Street Bistro in Port Alberni.
This course is designed to provide students with a general survey of major areas of biology. Topics include ecology, evolution, cell division, genetics, DNA and genes, classification and diversity. The course includes extensive laboratory components.
Introductory Spanish II is a complete introductory Spanish program that provides the students with a solid foundation to communicate proficiently in Spanish as well as to function effectively within the culture in real life situations.
The course enables the student to develop skills in the correct use, spelling and pronunciation of medical terms and abbreviations. It focuses on the construction of medical terms from their Greek and Latin prefixes, suffixes, word roots, and combining forms.
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NIC offers industry-approved skills training, nationally recognized credentials, networking opportunities, applied skills and knowledge to advance your career.