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