|Applicants can now apply for two programs offered|
through the Coastal Training Centre in Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert's Coastal Training Centre is set to expand on some of their training programs for the North Coast this fall, with the Metlakatla led centre seeking out interested applicants for two programs to be offered for this September.
The Centre located at Dunsmuir and Sixth Avenue West, adjacent to the RCMP detachment has recently put out the call for interest in an Early Childhood Care program and a Chemical Addictions Worker Certificate program.
The Early Childcare Program, which will be held in partnership with the Native Education College of Vancouver will be an 11 month program, designed to prepare individuals for a career in working with children by learning the basic knowledge and skills about childhood behaviours, cognitive development and emotional needs.
After completing the program, graduates can work in a childcare centre with 3-5 year old children.
The Chemical Addictions Worker Program will provide the core skills required for Addictions workers and includes Aboriginal content. The program will assist individuals who currently are Alcohol and Drug Counsellors, or Addictions Workers who may need to obtain professional development to meet job requirements. The program is also open to all individuals who wish to seek employment in the Addictions field.
Both programs have start dates planned for September 2020, the deadline to apply for the two programs is January 31st.
You can inquire about both by contacting the Coastal Training Centre at 250-627-8822
Learn More about the Coastal Training Centre from their website here.
For more notes on training opportunities through the Coastal Training Centre see our archive page here or our Metlaktala Archive.
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