Fall 2019 registration is now open.
2019 Artist Talk Series:Thursday Sept 26, 6 - 7 pm, Stan Hagen Theatre, CV Campus
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NIC offers both short-term and semester-long study abroad opportunities with hundreds of institutions across six continents.
Develop essential skills in residential framing, footing and wall forming, site layout, work site safety and more. You’ll earn apprenticeship technical training credit toward Interprovincial (Red Seal) certification. As a graduate you will be equipped to pursue employment as apprentice carpenters in residential, commercial or industrial construction as framers, finishers, carpenters’ assistant and home renovation.
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.
Explore a career in office administration while building skills valued in business and industry. Develop core computer skills, basic keyboarding, word processing, records management, organizational, teamwork and interpersonal communication skills to advance your career.
Students learn basic conversation, structure, and pronunciation in a Kwak'wala language immersion setting with a focus on listening and speaking. The units cover a wide variety of themes including greetings, social interaction, household activities, community, environment, wildlife, food harvesting and preparation and cultural activities. Combined, these encompass our way of life, as Kwakwaka'wakw, and give insight on how our language is essential to who we are.
This lab science course introduces deep space astronomy topics including: observational astronomy, stars and stellar evolution, galaxies and galactic evolution, neutron stars, black holes, gravitational waves, extra-solar planets, the Big Bang, dark matter, dark energy, and the possibility of life in the universe. This course also explores related topics in physics and chemistry.
Students learn more about tools and techniques used in working with metal. Metal techniques covered will include repoussage and tool making, intermediate stone setting, and additional ring styles. Students will also be introduced to other materials used in the production of jewellery.
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