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  • 9 Feb 2020 4:11 PM | Anonymous
    • A reminder to save the date for our upcoming conference and the NACC management training seminar.  The management seminar will take place on April 21/22 with the conference following directly after on April 23/24.  A final agenda for the conference will be released soon but so far here is what you can look forward to…

    • ·       PTIB training workshop and round table talks
    • ·       BC Student loan presentation on the new policy manual to be released at the end of March
    • ·       Sector working group presentation (Healthcare/International/ITA)
    • ·       FAW level 2 workshop
    • ·       Vendor Presentations
    • ·       Updates on current trends in student recruitment

    The conference also has a new venue this year…The River Rock Hotel in Richmond…we have special hotel rates and other event related information coming soon so plan on staying over on April 23…

    Stay Tuned for More Information!!

  • 9 Feb 2020 4:10 PM | Anonymous

    A reminder that it is membership renewal time again.  As with last year, the membership fee includes 1 full conference ticket…and great news, we have kept the cost the same!  There are also other membership only benefits such as reduced fees for the Conference sessions, FAW workshops, and the ability to participate in member only programs such as the resource consortium and the Tuition Grant initiative…

  • 9 Feb 2020 4:08 PM | Anonymous

    Our President, Victor Tesan, has resigned and our current Vice President, Dave Campbell, has assumed his duties until we elect new board members at our April 24 AGM.  Anyone interested in participating on the board please contact me at for more information.  Many thanks to Vic for his tenure as President!

  • 9 Feb 2020 4:07 PM | Anonymous
    • To date we have secured almost 2.5 million dollars in tuition grants for students attending our member institutions.  We are once again calling for interest in participating in the grant program from member schools.  The basic criteria are below, please reach out to me at if you are interested…

    • ·       The individual tuition per student must not exceed $ 10,000 (the 10K isn’t a partial payment, it must cover the full cost to the student including books etc. ) and the program duration must be less than 1 year.
    • ·       The program must be in an area where there is a demonstrable labour shortage in a sector critical to B.C.
    • ·       Students must be Canadian citizens
    • ·       The focus of the grant is areas of the province impacted by closures or curtailments and regions which are being underserved by training opportunities ( …so not the lower mainland or Victoria regions).

    If the above criteria align with your program offerings please email me and we can discuss opportunities further.

  • 9 Feb 2020 4:07 PM | Anonymous

    Our 2020 issue of the Career Connections Magazine is fast approaching, and now is the time to reserve your college's advertising!

    With our nationwide magazine being published in May of this year, you can’t afford to miss out on the opportunity to have your magazine in the hands of colleges, students and people looking at second career options!

    Our 2019 Career Connections magazine was a hit with the people that benefited from it the most. Take a look at our 2020 Career Connections Media Kit to view which advertising plan best suits your college's needs.

    If you have any questions regarding advertising in our upcoming Career Connections Magazine, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at or by phone on 613-800-0340 and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

The BC Career Colleges Association was established in 1977 to promote and support post secondary schools, stakeholders, students and all interested parties involved in private post-secondary education and training in BC.

Call 604-328-7512


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