• Mass training benefits Maple Ridge, Tri-Cities auto sector January 30, 2015
    Facing a need for car salespeople in the Maple Ridge-Tri-Cities area, Douglas College is receiving more than $316,000 in provincial Community and Employer Partnership funding to help up to 45 people get work experience in that sector.
  • New equipment helps Lower Mainland trades students get skilled January 30, 2015
    Three public post-secondary institutions in the Lower Mainland will receive a total of $1,103,048 to buy new trades training equipment that supports students entering in-demand occupations critical to the economy.
  • Teachers and students to benefit from new innovation strategy January 29, 2015
    A new partnership and strategy will ensure B.C. teachers have greater latitude, support and encouragement to try new, innovative teaching practices, Education Minister Peter Fassbender announced today at the B.C. Focus on Learning forum at the Wosk Center for Dialogue.
  • New trades equipment gives NLC students hands-on experience January 27, 2015
    As part of B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint, Northern Lights College will receive $350,274 to purchase new trades training equipment to support students who are entering in-demand occupations that are critical to the economy.

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