Our Facility

Our facility offers 10 rooms, a 15 station computer lab, a large trades centre, as well as private parking in a secured and monitored facility.

Maximum (peak period) for student seat capacity in 2014 was 4,044.

Our Guarantee

We will do everything we can to make your experience matter.

“KVI is a great community service to the Haisla Nation. We have used all parts of their business from training and funding coordination, conference centre for meetings and workshops to the employment agency.”
— Director of Operations, Haisla Nation

What We've Achieved

  • Trades Centre retrofit with $385,000 grant from Western Economic Diversification Canada.

  • Trades structure "Eagle Wing" for training such as Scaffolding.

  • Nation 2 Nation conference June 3, 2016 with Premier Christy Clark, municipal and provincial representations including regional First Nation members and local businesses.

  • Working with educational partners: UNBC, NWCC, Hecate Strait and NVIT.

  • Contractor workforce training capacity in 2014 peaked at 4,044 classroom seats.

  • Self-sustaining non-profit organization since 2010.

  • Community based business since 2006.

  • Expanded services to include proctoring, Cultural Awareness training and occupational testing services.