Friday, November 25, 2016

NWCC to offer Cook's Helper course at Prince Rupert Campus starting in December

A three month Cook's Helper program is set to launch in Prince Rupert as NWCC's  Workforce training program brings a full range of instruction to the city, designed to give North Coast residents the training to find work in the hospitality industry.

The funded program is directed towards those who are unemployed or under-employed and will help to develop the skills required for entry-level work in the food industry.

The Cook's Helper program which takes place from December 5 to March 17th will provide training in a number of areas including FoodSafe, First Aid level 1, WHMIS, World Host, Serving it Right and Cashier training to name a few areas of study.

Seating is limited for the funded program and the December 1st deadline for applicants is fast approaching.  Those that may have an interest in taking the program should note that an assessment is part of the application process.

The Prince Rupert Campus of NWCC is hosting a Cook's Helper
Training program running from Dec 5 to March 17

The Cook's Helper program is part of an initiative funded by the Canada-British Columbia Labour Market Agreement, that arrangement provides for tuition free, group-based training for unemployed individuals who need to upgrade their skills in order to find employment.

Some background on the Cook's Helper program can be found here.

You can explore if the program is the right fit for you and find out more information it by contacting Dawn Blake at 250-624-6054 extension 5715

More items related to education notes and opportunities through NWCC can be found on our archive page here.

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