Fully funded programs at Centennial, BCIT, Camosun, VCC support professionals seeking ECE, accounting, nautical careers

Centennial College, the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Camosun College, and Vancouver Community College have each announced fully funded programs that will provide free training in in-demand fields. Centennial has partnered with Native Child and Family Services of Toronto and Dnaagdawenmag Binnoojiiyag Child & Family Services to offer a fully funded Early Childhood Education – Indigenous Stream. Indigenous learners from Toronto and the Durham region will take part in part-time early childhood education studies and will receive free tuition, supplies, and allowances. VCC is offering an administrative accounting and bookkeeping training program that is funded by the Government of Canada. The specialized, 22-week course includes four weeks of work experience with a local employer. Camosun and BCIT have received renewed funding and support for their Bridge Watch Rating program, which provides training and certification for Indigenous peoples and women in the marine industry. Newswire (Centennial)| VCC| Camosun Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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