Training Opportunities

Environmental Monitoring Coordinator
Duration: ends March 31st

Environmental Monitors observe the environment and the impacts of human and industrial activities. Program graduates are prepared to work on various projects, such as Oil & Gas operations, Mining operations, Pipeline Construction, Seismic, Power Generation, Fishing, and Forest-harvesting.
Our most popular program offers two specializations, and the option to study both:

1. Regulatory Monitoring, which focuses on legislative requirements and monitoring industry activities.
2. Research Monitoring, which focuses on executing monitoring tasks such as wildlife counts, surveys, and sampling.
we are providing the regulatory specialization but are adapting the areas of the program to include wildlife counts, survey's and sampling as well as water and soil testing!

Looking forward to filling the seats with Metlakatla students!

If you have any questions please call (778)-818-0079

Students can send their resumes to insightresources@live.ca

The Coastal Training Centre is offering an opportunity to apply admission into a Class I Professional Driving Program (please click here for details) & Traffic Control Person Training (please click here for details) Please contact Jeanne Leighton for funding at: jleighton@metlakatla.ca or (250) 628-3234 ext. 2007.

The Coastal Training Centre, in partnership with the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology is looking for students who are interested in taking a 32 week ( 8 month) Health Care Assistant program at our Centre in Prince Rupert. The Health Care Assistant (HCA) program prepares individuals to work as fronline health care providers in a variety of community and institutional settings. The program will provide individuals with knowledge and skills to function independently as health care workers and members of the health care team. Please see the attached document for more details.

The Coastal Training Centre is looking for students who are interested in taking the Introduction to Scaffolding course on April 24 to May 5, 2017.  The course will be delivered at the Coastal Training Centre located in Prince Rupert.  This two-week Introduction to Scaffolding course is the first of three (3) courses that are provided by the “Construction Maintenance and Allied Workers” (CMAW). Please see the attached posting for more details.

Basic Security Training (BST) is being offered at the Coastal Training Centre. The course starts on December 5-10, 2016. If you are interested in taking this course please call Steve or Tara at: (250) 627-8822. Please see the attached posting for more details. 

The Coastal Training Center is offering a Bridging to Trades Program that provides students with pre-foundational training in several high-demand industrial trades. Students will also develop necessary employment skills including resume writing, interviewing tactics, and other job related tools.Please see the attached posting for more details.

The Coastal Training Center is offering courses in the Service Industry and in Industry/Construction. Click here for more information.