NIC in Port Alberni

ƛ̓uum̓aaʔateʔicuu NIC respectfully acknowledges we operate within the unceded traditional territory of the Hupacasath and Tseshaht First Nations.

NIC has provided programming in Port Alberni at a variety of locations since the late 1970s. The Roger Street campus opened in 1994, providing a home for NIC’s nursing, early childhood care and education, university studies courses and more. In 2012, NIC opened the Roger Street Bistro, home to NIC’s culinary programs in Port Alberni NIC’s Tebo Vocational Centre on Tebo Avenue provides shop space for trades training students.

Along with campus-based program and course offerings, NIC works closely with community organizations, Indigenous communities and employers to offer unique educational and training opportunities to support local learners and meet regional skills training needs. For more information on education and training in the Alberni Clayoquot region, contact Marisa Bennett, Associate Director, Indigenous, Regional Partnerships and Port Alberni Campus Administrator.