Premier Christy Clark is in the Northwest and took time to visit KVI. She toured the facility, learning about some of the trades programs offered here.
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Students celebrated with cake for the completion of 3 weeks SCAFFOLDING Level 2 training. The training is supported in part from the Ministry of Aboriginal Relations & Reconciliation, Haisla Nation, KVI and BC Regional Council of Carpenters.
We are delighted to officially announce the launch of our website. You can now find us at www.kves.ca. Take a look around the site and let us know what you think.
We have taken significant time during this process to think through not only how we do business, but perhaps more importantly, WHY we do what we do. Whether you are interested in a course, need recruitment or occupational services, are looking for a place to host your next meeting or event, you will find valuable information to assist you on our website.
Our goal is to provide visitors with clear and accurate information about Kitimat Valley Institute’s services. The visitor will have the ability to view our course calendar for the upcoming months and also subscribe to our quarterly newsletter.
Amongst the new features our site contains integrated social media buttons for Facebook and LinkedIn to foster improved communication with our clients. We will be constantly updating our content with helpful information, job postings, newsletters, announcements and our involvement in the community. Be sure to check back often and SUBSCRIBE so you never miss a post!
A focus group is looking for women in the trades either as an apprentice or Red Seal journeyman. If you are interested in sharing your experience call 604-474-5270 or email Lisa Langevin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Location (Kitimat or Terrace) soon to be determined.
Introduction to Trades students celebrated with cake and received their certificate on August 19th after completing 5 weeks of exploratory trades in welding, pipefitting, plumbing, carpentry and electrical.
Seen also is one of the instructors: Jack Cook (far left).
With the recent donation by Rio Tinto KVI was able to purchase our very own forklift. Great way to support accessible mobile equipment training right in our community. The first class to use this equipment is happening on Thursday, July 21.