MNBC funded 10-week long programs

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MNBC is pleased to provide the following two (2) Skills Training Programs:

  • Introduction to Construction
  • Introduction to Business Admin

These courses will be offered in Surrey BC at the Kwantlen Polytechnic University and will run a total of 10 weeks including a 2 week job placement program with the potential of obtaining a permanent position in the work place. These courses are fully funded by MNBC and are open to participants ages 17-50 (We will review applicants under the age of 17 on a case by case basis).

Please email skillstraining@mnbc.ca to register, or to inquire further.

Download Business Admin Program.pdf

Download Construction Worker Program.pdf

Introduction to Business Administration Program.

MNBC is pleased to offer Métis Citizens and Self-Identified Métis to enroll in a 10-week fully funded Business Administration Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Surrey British Columbia.

The program begins January 7, 2019.
REGISTRATION CLOSES: December 21, 2018

The program will cover topics such as:
- Basic Accounting Principles
- Formal Communication
- Microsoft Suite

Program supports include:
- Tuition
- Weekly $150 training stipend
- Paid Practicum

Lunch provided.

For more information and to register, please contact Jon at skillstraining@mnbc.ca

Introduction to Construction Program.

MNBC is pleased to offer Métis Citizens and Self-Identified Métis to enroll in a 10-week fully funded Construction Training Program at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Surrey British Columbia.

The program begins January 7, 2019.
REGISTRATION CLOSES: December 21, 2018

The program will cover topics such as:
- Safety Certificates:
(First Aid, Traffic Control, WHIMIS, Aerial Work Platforms, Safe Work Practice)

- Construction Basics::
(Carpentry, Construction Math, Safe Tool Usage, Scaffolding, Work Place Projects)

Program supports include:
- Tuition
- Weekly $150 training stipend
- Paid Practicum
- Free Starter Tool Belt
- Start-Up Tools
- CSA Work Boots

Lunch provided.

For more information and to register, please contact Jon at skillstraining@mnbc.ca