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.
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
Make a difference in the lives of young children by providing quality care and education for healthy learning and development. Specialize your skills while you apply theory to practice with children in a variety of early care and learning settings. This program is offered in full and part-time options.
Learn essential skills to support aquatic food production for marine, freshwater and land-based systems.
Explore your options with NIC's wide range of courses transferable to universities across BC. Concentrate your studies in one specific area or explore a variety of subjects to meet transfer requirements. Choose a combination of courses to create a custom transfer plan, helping you move seamlessly into the university or program of your choice.
The focus of the course will be on the structure, operations and management of the Rooms Division of a hotel, specifically the Front Office. Themes will include how the Front Office fits within the hotel operation, the guest cycle from reservations to checkout, and the basics of housekeeping operations, hotel security and guest safety and revenue management.
The course provides individuals with an opportunity to explore career opportunities while learning of the requirements of working in a fast-paced environment.
This course takes a systems approach to understanding and using medical terminology. CD-Video instruction and supporting printed materials provide the student with the opportunity to develop skills in the correct spelling and use of medical terms applicable to administrative and office environments.
Faculty, Business Administration
Department Chair, Faculty, Business Administration
Faculty, Adult Basic Education
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