College/university preparation and high school equivalency courses.
NIC’s educational advisors will work with you to recommend courses that are right for you. Advising sessions at the college are 30 minutes long. You can request a telephone appointment if that’s easier than coming in person. Speak to an advisor to find out if you need to upgrade.
Apply to the Adult Basic Education program.
Take an NIC assessment or provide NIC with your high school transcript.
Work with your advisor to develop your course plan.
Register and start classes.
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Once you have submitted transcripts and/or completed an assessment, NIC educational advisors will recommend courses from the following list which are best suited to your current skill level personal goals.
Fundamental level courses provide you with the reading, study skills, writing and math they need to move on to other courses or for personal satisfaction.
Intermediate level courses provide the skills to meet the requirements of some employers and some vocational programs.
Advanced level courses provide the skills to start some vocational or technical training.
Provincial level courses provide the skills for Grade 12 equivalency and the Adult Graduation Diploma.
Costs indicated are estimates for a 100% course load per year, unless otherwise noted. Additional fees may also include necessary equipment, supplies, NIC appointed uniforms, or field trips not included in these estimates.
While we do our best to share accurate and timely fee information, changes may occur. For more information, visit tuition page.
BSc, Biology (Vancouver Island University, 2006)
BA, Anthropology (Vancouver Island University, 2006)
MSc, Mathematics (Dalhousie University,1993)
Master of Education Indigenous Language Revitalization (UVic, 2017)
BSc (University of Winnipeg)
Certificate, Secondary Educaiton (University of Manitoba)
Masters in Leadership and Training (Royal Roads University)