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Learn to efficiently build and maintain fully operational camps used in remote work sites in exploration, forestry, and guide outfitting.  Taught by industry-experienced instructors, training will begin in the classroom and move to an outdoor tent camp....

Our program allows you to complete your adult dogwood, prepare for future career opportunities, improve grades on courses you have already finished, and complete prerequisites for post-secondary programs at NWCC and beyond. We offer a friendly learning environment with...

Carpenters assemble and erect forms for concrete, wood and metal construction framing, and install interior and exterior finishing materials. An indentured carpentry apprentice combines on-the-job training with formal classroom technical skills at NWCC to earn journeyperson...

Northwest Community College's Community Mental Health Worker Certificate will provide the basis for entry level employment in the mental health field.

This course provides an opportunity for study in the following areas:

  • principles used in recovery and...

The Community, Crime & Social Justice (CCSJ) Certificate is a fully accredited, 1 year program that includes a unique, supervised work placement in a criminal justice (or related) agency, allowing students to gain valuable employment experience.

The CCSJ...

The CST Program has been suspended due to low enrolment and will not be accepting any students in September 2015.

The IT sector is full of job opportunities and the new, one-year Computer Technology Certificate has been redeveloped to get you into the...

The Criminology Diploma is a fully accredited, 2-year program that prepares graduates with a comprehensive grounding in criminology/criminal justice issues.

It is the most flexible Criminology credential in that it maximizes transfer options to other institutions....

Earn a Certificate, Diploma or Associate's Degree

Criminology is the scientific study of crime, criminals and the criminal justice system. Students approach the problems of crime from a variety of perspectives including law, psychology,...