NIC offers training courses

New aquaculture and forestry training programs will kick off this month at North Island College’s Mount Waddington Campus.

PORT HARDY—New aquaculture and forestry training programs will kick off this month at North Island College’s Mount Waddington Campus.

An introductory information session on both the aquaculture and forestry program will be held tomorrow to provide details to interested parties.

The session is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 10, from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Community Futures Mount Waddington office in Port McNeill.

Both programs will run from Oct. 27 to Feb. 27, and will included both classroom and field instruction. The deadline to register for either program is next Wednesday, Oct. 15.

Applicants will then be interviewed on Oct. 17.

To register for tomorrow’s information session or either program, or for more info, contact Colleen Sorenson at 250-949-7912 or


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