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The Government of British Columbia and the Canada-BC Workforce Development have announced the provision of $4M in funds to 15 postsecondary institutions in BC to offer micro-credential courses focused on in-demand jobs. The new micro-credential courses include a Core Skills for Data Literacy program through the College of New Caledonia; a supervisory skills program through Royal Roads University; a course on clean energy and efficient buildings through Camosun College; and a course on mass timber construction at British Columbia Institute of Technology. “Micro credentials are an exciting new initiative for B.C. post-secondary education that will enable learners to get the education and skills they need to access high-demand jobs,” said BC Advanced Education Minster Anne Kang.

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