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Prepare to work as a guide in BC’s growing adventure tourism sector. Develop field skills such as sea kayaking, river rafting, sailing, ski touring, mountaineering, interpretation, leadership, wilderness first aid, navigation and more. Train, then work in amazing locations.
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NIC has helped me achieve my goals by helping me develop a range of skills. I was inspired by all of my instructors and I own and live on a sailboat which I learned to operate at NIC. My favourite thing about studying at NIC was the beautiful environment it’s set in. The Comox Valley not only affords a beautiful coast for kayaking and sailing, but also endless trails for hiking and biking on weekends, a ski resort, a lake and a river right at our doorstep.
Nick Gallant, NIC Adventure Guiding Certificate alumnus