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Community Education and Training

Expand your world. Explore new interests. 

Expand your mind, body and soul. Explore new interests and fulfill your personal goals while forging new relationships that will last a lifetime. We've been providing community education and training for the qathet region since 1974.

Our course mix offers something for everyone. You can take part in a variety of ways to fit your schedule and lifestyle. The course line-up changes every semester so check back often to see what's available.


Community Education and Training courses

Community Education and Training offers courses in-person at tiwšɛmawtxʷ campus unless otherwise noted.

Wednesdays, February 7 to March 27 | 5–8 pm

Acrylic paint is a versatile medium with a wide variety of applications. This course is for those who have painting experience and wish to improve their understanding of acrylic techniques in representational or expressive styles. Examples of the instructor's art and the work of other painters will be discussed. This is a hands-on, technique-driven exploration of the painting process by a teacher who can explain and demonstrate tight, controlled rendering as well as a broader, more painterly, approach. All subject matters are welcome but painters of the landscape will find this class particularly invaluable.

Please bring samples of your work or influences.

Materials list will be available at registration.

Course code: ACRY 003 S24R70
8 sessions
$270 + GST
Seats are limited
Location: on-campus

Register for Advanced Acrylic Painting

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Instructor: Rick Cepella

Rick is a painter and cartoonist/illustrator whose award-winning work has been shaped by the wild back country of the qathet region. For a span of 35 years Rick has taught art to (and inspired) thousands of students at art schools, public art galleries and within the public school system. See Rick’s website for more.

Saturday, April 27, 1 to 5 pm

This is a workshop for beginners. We will cover the basics of soil fertility including jargon like "soil pH" and the most necessary garden amendments. We will also discuss families of vegetables that are suitable for growing in qathet, when to start seeds, and basic plant care. We will cover some straightforward ways to start a garden and what to consider when planning a vegetable garden, such as bed size and location. There will also be the opportunity to ask questions. We will walk through the CRC farm garden to demonstrate subjects covered in the class.

Instructor: Erica Govier
Erica Govier is a local market gardener and graduate of North Island College’s Regenerative Farming Program. Erica would like to share her gardening knowledge with others so they can also enjoy eating fresh food from the garden.

Course Code: GVEG 001 I24X70 
1 session
Fee: $50 + GST
Location: Community Resource Centre

Register for Beginner Vegetable Gardener

Saturday, April 13 | 1 to 4 pm

This is a great opportunity to learn how to make your own compost. We will view a variety of compost methods in the Community Resource Centre farm garden. This workshop will focus on a 3-tier composting system and will include a demonstration of layering. We will discuss what is needed to make compost, its benefits to the soil, and how it is used in the garden.

Instructor: Erica Govier
Erica Govier is a local market gardener and graduate of North Island College’s Regenerative Farming Program. Erica would like to share her gardening knowledge with others so they can also enjoy eating fresh food from the garden.

Course Code: GCOM 001 I24X70
1 session
Fee: $45 + GST
Location: Community Resource Centre

Register for Composting

Thursdays, March 14 to 28 | 6 to 7:30 pm

Transform your urban or rural property to create an abundance of food, medicine, fibre, biodiversity, and beauty while sequestering carbon and doing less work! Food Forests are an age-old approach to creating largely perennial food systems that echo local eco-systems. This course will provide a detailed introduction to the possibilities of food forests for our region including planning and design, plant selection, installation process, and long-term functioning and maintenance. Students will have the opportunity to work on a preliminary design for their own properties.

Instructor: Ron Berezan
Ron Berezan is a permaculture teacher, consultant, and designer who has worked throughout Canada and in Cuba facilitating and supporting projects for local food security. He is the cofounder and manager of Blueberry Commons organic farm in qathet region. Over the past 18 years, Ron has taught countless food-growing courses and has undertaken many food forest designs, workshops, and installations in Alberta and BC including at community spaces, churches, First Nations, and private yards and acreages. Ron’s business, The Urban Farmer, promotes food growing skills to people of all backgrounds and abilities. He is a certified master gardener and a certified permaculture instructor through the Permaculture Institute of North America.

Course Code: GFFT 001 S24R70 
3 sessions
Fee: $125 +$5 lab fee + GST
Location: on-campus

Register for Create Your Own Food Forest

Choose one of the following dates:

  • Saturday, February 3 | 1 to 4 pm
  • Saturday, March 2 | 1 to 4 pm
  • Saturday, April 6 | 1 to 4 pm
  • Saturday, May 4 | 1 to 4 pm

Amira and Ace believe that we cannot be truly home unless we understand whose house we are in. This Indigenous-led workshop will give you an opportunity to deepen your understanding of the meaning of language in the context of colonization. Through honest and open engagement amongst peers and fellow community members, you will leave with a more grounded sense of what it means to be committed to conciliation with Indigenous Peoples.

Course code: LTLA 001 S24R70-71 / I24R70-71
1 session
Fee: $75 + GST
Location: on-campus

Register for Discovering your Relationship to ʔayʔaǰuθəm

Instructors: Ace Harry and Amira Abouelalla

Amira Abouelalla comes from Afro-Indigenous and Egyptian ancestries. She has her HBA in English and a BEd in Education from York University. She is a part of the Indigenous Education team with the qathet School District 47. As an Indigenous Student & Cultural Support worker, she supports the holistic well-being of Indigenous students at her school. Amira is a part of the jehjeh Media team where she began her work in facilitation.

Ace Harry is an Indigenous youth, activist, and artist from the Xwemalh'kwu, Tla'amin, Komoks, and Klahoose people. She has over a decade of experience in professional facilitation, land defense, and international advocacy. Ace is a trained classical pianist and an International Baccalaureate/Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific graduate. She often partners with jehjeh Media and non-profit Native Children's Survival, in addition to working closely with the Tla’amin Nation’s language and culture department.

Saturday, March 9 | 9 am to 4 pm

This course is a must for kitchen staff and dining room attendants. It's also worthwhile for anyone who handles food.

You will learn about:

  • illnesses
  • personal hygiene and health
  • serving food
  • food protection and preparation
  • receiving and storing food safely
  • ware washing and storage methods

You must attend all class hours.

Textbook and certificate are included in the cost of tuition. Certificate issued by Vancouver Coastal Health.

Course code: QFOO 001 S24R70
1 session
$99 + $30 lab fee
Pre-registration required by: Mon, Feb 26, 2024
Location: on-campus

Register for FoodSafe Level 1

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Instructor: Michael Nguyen

Michael is an experienced Environmental Health Officer (EHO) and passionate educator, specializing in food safety and public health. With a deep commitment to ensuring the well-being of communities and the environment, Michael has dedicated his career to promoting safe food handling practices and fostering a culture of health and sustainability. Michael has worked extensively across the qathet region as an EHO.


Friday, April 12 | 6 to 10 pm and Saturday, Apr 13 | 8 am to 4 pm

This course prepares you for the on-highway air brake endorsement (Code 15). It is required if you want to drive an RV, small truck or bus with air brakes. In this course you build, demonstrate and test a modern air brake system. The interactive experience with the audio and visual aid of a fully-functional air brake board gives you a clear understanding of how the system works. You will learn the benefits and safety measures air brakes provide for heavy vehicles. This course includes eight (8) hours of theory, four (4) hours of practical training and a pre-trip vehicle inspection.

Prerequisite: A valid BC driver's license (minimum "N").

If you want to pre-read, get the "Driving Commercial Vehicles" manual from any ICBC or local driver's license office and skim chapters 8 and 9.

You must pass a written exam, taken at the driver's licensing office, and qualify on the practical Air Brake Pre-Trip exam. To get an Air-Brake endorsement on your driver's license, you must pass the ICBC exam within 90 days of course completion. The ICBC exam fee is not included in the price of the course.

Course code: QAIR 002 I24R70
2 sessions
$490 + GST
Location: on-campus

Register for ICBC Certified Air Brakes course

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Instructor: 1st Class Driving School

Darryl Dickins started 1st Class Driving School in 2005 after 18 years in the forestry industry as a commercial truck driver and heavy equipment operator.

1st Class Driving School combines over 50 years of experience in the commercial transport industry and is fully licensed through ICBC.

Thursdays, April 4 and 11 | 6 to 8 pm and Saturday, April 6 | 9:30 am to 12 pm

It's been 17 years since the first iPhone was released and every iPhone since then has had a camera built into it. Apple estimates that over 3 trillion photos were taken on iPhones last year alone and yet many of us still struggle to make the most of the technology we have at our fingertips 24/7.

This course is for anyone who has an iPhone and is interested in taking better photos--no matter what the subject is. This is a hands-on introduction to photography as much as it is about optimizing the camera features of your iPhone, including:

  • basic iPhone camera settings
  • composition
  • exposure
  • in-phone photo editing
  • exporting and sharing photos
  • iPhone photography apps
  • iPhone photography accessories

This course includes two in-class sessions and an on-location field trip.
To get the most out of this class, bring one of the following iPhones: 

  • iPhone 7 Plus,
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone X 
  • and all versions above (11, 12, 13, 14 and 15).

Course code: IPPH 001 I24R70
3 sessions
Fee: $98 + GST
Location: on-campus and an on-location field trip

Register for iPhone Photography

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Instructor: Neil Every

Neil Every is a writer, videographer and photographer with 25 years of experience in film, television, video games and marketing. He has called Canada home since 1994 and has worked on projects of every type for Canadian and global clients including Warner Brothers, the Directors Guild of Canada, Creative BC, LearningMate, Flyover Canada, Gridworks Solar, UBC and Graham Construction. In his role as Marketing Assistant for VIU tiwšεmawtxw, Neil has captured a wide variety of images over the past year and a half that have graced our social media, posters and brochures.

Tuesdays and Thursdays , February 20 to Mar 5 | 5 to 7 pm

Learn Microsoft Office 2019/365 step by step. Get more done quickly. Discover time saving shortcuts for Word and Outlook. Learn how to format, organize and collaborate on high-impact word documents. Improve your productivity with Outlook email, scheduling, and contacts. Make the most of new features like Outlook @mentions and 3D pictures in Outlook and Word.

This course makes it easy for you to learn about key aspects of these two Office 2019 apps. In each part of this course you can start from the beginning and build your skills as you learn to perform specialized procedures.

Additional Expenses: You must buy Microsoft Office 2019 Step by Step by Joan Lambert and Curtis Frye, Publisher Microsoft Press; 1st edition (2018). It can be purchased from an online book store such as Indigo/Chapters and Amazon. List price ranges from $52 to $56.24 + shipping (price varies by retailer).

Please bring a notebook and a memory stick.

Course code: CMIO 001 S24R70 
5 sessions
Fee: $180 + GST
Location: on-campus

Register for Microsoft Office 2019/365 Part 1

Instructor: Mariann Borteleki

Mariann Borteleki has over 20 years of experience working with Windows operating systems. She spent 7 years working at Shaw cable systems in Technical Support and customer service. Mariann has taught herself to instal hardware and software to Windows computers and repair and format computers. She has recently completed courses in the PC Support Specialist program from the Academy of Learning Career College in Nanaimo campus which included Windows 10 operating system and Microsoft Office 2019 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook).

Thursdays, February 8 to 29 | 5 to 7 pm

Every day we are bombarded with media content on the TV news, radio, online and in print. Our brains are constantly having to process and filter messages about the world around us through images, videos and words at a faster rate than ever before. Unfortunately, the speed at which the media technologies are evolving is much faster than the time needed to understand how they work. This leads to challenges with decreasing mental health, addiction, extremism and a lack of social cohesion. In this course you will gain some basic tools to engage with media mindfully, so you can feel like an empowered media savvy citizen.

Course objectives

  • understand how media is made and how we are vulnerable to media messaging
  • develop a critical lens to analyze any media content we consume
  • understand and experience what mindfulness is and how it can improve our relationship to technology/media
  • have practical mental and digital tools to use on our mindful media journey
  • have more digital and media literacy skills

Course code: MDIM 001 S24R70
4 sessions
Fee: $115 + GST
Location: on-campus

Register for Navigating Media 

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Instructor: Michael Newman

Michael Newman is a TV personality, journalist and certified Mindfulness Facilitator through The Calm Monkey. In his previous role as Community Reporter at Global BC, he showcased the things bringing people together in British Columbia — from community events to non-profit initiatives. Previous to that, he spent many years as host of New Mexico True Television, a documentary travel show highlighting communities around New Mexico. His time there earned him multiple Regional Emmy awards.

In addition to his media career, Michael has been practicing mindfulness and many other forms of meditation for more than 15 years and uses his practice as a foundation to how he relates to people and tells their stories. Michael's mission is to use his relatable personality and mindful presence to create transformational media as a platform to entertain, inspire and connect people to new ideas and perspectives. Michael brings an authenticity and genuine curiosity to his work, and through that, he strives to capture people's essence through the art of conversation.

Saturday, April 20 | 1 to 3 pm

Do you want to know how to use a variety of tools for vegetable gardening? Learn which tools you will need for making and maintaining garden beds and efficient weeding. We will cover which are the most essential tools (and which aren’t), what to look for in a quality tool, and how to take care of them. We will meet at the Community Resource Centre and practice using different tools in their farm.

Instructor: Erica Govier

Erica Govier is a local market gardener and graduate of North Island College’s Regenerative Farming Program. Erica would like to share her gardening knowledge with others so they can also enjoy eating fresh food from the garden.

Course Code: GTOL  001 I24X70 
1 session
Fee: $40 + GST
Location: Community Resource Centre

Register for Vegetable Gardening Tools

Lifelong Learning courses

Reduced course fees for anyone aged 50+

Are you fifty years of age and up? Take advantage of our reduced fees on the following courses. All these courses are also available for those under 50 for an additional fee of $20.00 + GST.

What makes these courses different?

  • instructors volunteer their time
  • a participatory learning experience
  • no quizzes or grade
  • lively, fun and full of discussion

Thursday, February 29 and Friday, March 1 | 9 to 11 am

Still using your iPad solely for web surfing and games? The iPad has given us the power to navigate around the world, showcase our photo collections with style and experience video calling to friends and family in far-away places. Taught by an Apple Product Specialist, this course will show you how to get good use out of the apps that came with your iPad.

Note: This course has been modified taking into account participants' suggestions.

With a small class size, this course is ideal for students who have taken Intro to iPad or have basic iPad skills. We recommend you bring your iPad to class updated to the latest version of iOS.

Course code: ELDE 046 S24R70 
2 sessions
Fee: $27 + GST
Location: on-campus
Seats are limited
Instructor: Corey Matsumoto

Register for Getting the Most out of Your iPad Part 1

Thursday March 14 and Friday, March 15 | 9 to 11 am

You've got a good handle on your iPad, but there are still many things to learn! This course will teach you how to properly sync, back-up and restore your iPad to prevent unexpected data loss. You'll learn how to use some of the best features of the latest version of iOS—including SIRI integration. You'll also learn great tips and tricks to get the most out of your battery life and manage your storage space. Finally, you'll discover how to pick the perfect apps while avoiding the duds in the App Store. Note: This course has been modified taking into account participants' suggestions.

With a small class size, this course is ideal for students who have taken Intro to iPad and Getting the Most Out of Your iPad - Part 1. We recommend you bring your iPad to class updated to the latest version of iOS.

Course Code: ELDE 072 S24R70
2 sessions
Fee: $27 + GST
Location: on-campus
Seats are limited
Instructor: Corey Matsumoto

Register for Getting the Most out of Your iPad Part 2

Choose one of the following:

Monday, March 11 | 9 to 10:30 am
Monday, Apr 15 | 9 to 10:30 am

Together, we reconnect to the beauty and simplicity of the natural world and tune into our own state of being. Guided forest therapy walks involve:

  • an introduction to the practice and an overview of what the walk entails
  • present-moment awareness of the body and the senses
  • connection with nature through a series of invitations
  • opportunities for sharing and reflection
  • a closing circle to gather and share

Walks can be tailored for individuals, groups or families, and are based on your accessibility needs.

Course code: ELDP 019 S24X70/I24X70
1 session
Fee: $17 + GST
Location: off-campus

Register for Guided Forest Therapy Walks

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Instructor: Emily Gambling

Emily Gambling is an Occupational Therapist, a certified Forest Therapy Guide and a mindfulness facilitator. She is passionate about health promotion and about providing high quality holistic care. Emily believes that her clients are experts in themselves and she takes a collaborative approach in integrating her professional expertise with an individual’s lived experiences in a trauma-informed approach. Emily has a keen interest in mental health and nature-based therapy and she strives to educate and empower her clients to live full and meaningful lives. She loves guiding Forest Therapy and this practice is dear to her heart. She is excited to share this practice with others and show appreciation for the beautiful lands in qathet and the traditional territory of the Tla’amin Nation.

Thursday, February 15 | 9 to 11 am

If you're new to the iPad, this course will give you an understanding of its features, capabilities and limitations. Students will also learn how to properly interact with the iPad's touch interface — including how to type and edit text using the on-screen keyboard. Basic settings will also be discussed.

With a small class size, this course is ideal for absolute beginners or those experiencing frustration while interacting with their iPad. We recommend you bring your iPad to class upgraded to the latest version of iOS.

Course code: ELDE 044 S24R70
1 session
Fee: $22 + GST
Location: on-campus
Seats are limited
Instructor: Corey Matsumoto

Register for Introduction to iPad

Wednesdays, February 7 to April 10 | 2 to 4 pm
No class March 20 and 27.

This course is an introduction to the basics of the Spanish language. It will give you the essential elements at a beginner level. Through a series of fun and dramatized stories and exercises, you will learn vocabulary, the present, past and future tenses and commonly used idioms.

Additional Expenses: You must buy Schaum's Outline of Spanish Grammar by Conrad J. Schmitt, Publisher McGraw-Hill Education; 7th edition. It can be purchased from an online book store. List price ranges from $24 to $42 + shipping (price varies by retailer).

Course code: ELDP 003 S24R70
8 sessions
Fee: $53 + GST
Location: on-campus
Seats are limited
Instructor: Miriam Palacios

Register for Introduction to Spanish

Tuesday, February 20 to March 12; 9:30 am to 12 pm

What excites you or turns you off about mathematics? What does it look like when you are doing mathematics? This course is an exploration of ourselves as humans doing mathematics using mathematical thinking skills like analysis and rigour but also intuition and creativity. We will reflect on all of these experiences while working through a set of curated activities and explorations. Topics might include:

  • the usefulness of mathematics (applied)
  • mathematics as play (pure)
  • where different mathematical ideas come from (historical)
  • how people do mathematics (cultural)

These experiences will help us to develop our own individual philosophy of mathematics so that by the end of the course we might have some evidence to support our answer to the question: is mathematics an art or a science?

Asia Matthews has taught interdisciplinary mathematics courses in a liberal arts and sciences setting for 8 years. She has had experience working with youth and adults and would like to expand her experience and work with seniors. Asia has lived in Powell River for three years now and she is looking for ways to connect with the community in meaningful and inspiring ways.

Course Code: ELDP 023 S24R70 
4 sessions
Fee: $31 + GST
Location: on-campus
Instructor: Asia Matthews

Register for Mathematics An Art or a Science

Monday and Friday, March 4 to May 6 | 10 to 11 am
No class Monday, March 25 · Friday, Mar 29 and Monday, April 1

Mindfulness is being fully present in the here and now, not distracted or overwhelmed by what is happening around us. It is the quality of remembering used in meditation to keep the mind focused. Meditation benefits both mind and body. Stress, anxiety, depression, pain, insomnia, PTSD and substance abuse are some of the conditions it can benefit. Meditation requires no particular philosophy although some philosophies can be helpful.

Develop better focus and concentration with less emotional turmoil, greater creativity and enhanced self-awareness. Learn about different forms of meditation and mindfulness with an emphasis on personal development. The class is centered on the meditation practices of Tranquility (Jhana) and Insight (Vipassana).

Wear warm, loose, comfortable clothing and bring a cushion if you want to sit on the floor. A textbook titled The Mystic Quest by Anonymous Monkey is available for free in PDF format. Other file formats such as Kindle, ePub and TXT are available at Free-Ebooks.net.

There are also a limited number of paperback hardcopies which the instructor will have available for purchase at $40 a copy. The textbook is optional but recommended if students want a deeper understanding of the subjects.

Course code: ELDP 015 S24R70
16 sessions
Fee: $53 + GST
Location: on-campus

Register for Mindfulness and Meditation

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Instructor: Glen Pavlick

Instructor Glen Pavlick was a Theravada Buddhist monk who studied in Thailand and has benefited greatly from having meditated. Teaching meditation is his priority and helping others is part of his spiritual practice.

Saturday February 3 | 10 am to 1 pm

Thai cuisine has been influenced by many cultures and is known for its amazing balance of sweet, sour, bitter and salty flavours often finished with aromatic herbs. In this hands-on experience, Mam invites you to come to savour the scents, flavours, magic and identity of typical Thai cuisine!

Begin your spicy journey by learning how to prepare the king of Thai curry dishes, massaman curry, a fusion dish combining ingredients from Iran, India and Malaysia. The base of this dish is usually chicken or other meat, potatoes, onions and roasted peanuts. Its richness comes from the coconut milk used as a base, just as for many other Thai curries.

Then, make tod mun pha (Thai fish cake), a tasty Thai appetizer made using fresh fish, Thai basil, kaffir lime leaves and green beans. The fish cakes are formed into round patties before being deep fried and served with a Thai sweet chili dipping sauce.

For dessert, make one of Thailand's best traditional desserts, khao niao mamuang. This mango sticky rice is served in both the most upscale restaurants and street food stalls. This crowd-pleaser is a simple dish and a delicious way to round off any Thai meal.

Course code: ELDP 022 S24X70
1 session
Fee: $17 + $25 lab fee + GST
Location: Cranberry Seniors Centre
Seats are limited

Register for Thai Cuisine

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Instructor: Donlaporn (Mam) Nygren

Donlaporn (Mam) Nygren was born in Nakhonsawan, Thailand and immigrated to Canada in 2009. Mam moved to Powell River from Gibsons, BC in 2013. She enjoys cooking and is happy to teach us about the diverse ingredients, complex spices and exotic herbs that are required to assemble a single dish. Mam wants us to know that there are many real Thai dishes beside Pad Thai and she encourages us to try them here or in Thailand.

Tuesdays and Thursdays, February 20 to March 14 | 1 to 3 pm

Get started with Windows 10 operating system! Work with the new start menu, desktop, folders and files. Send and receive email and surf the internet. Work with photos and videos, and listen to music. Adjust settings and safeguard your computer.

Course code: ELDP 020 S24R70 
8 sessions
Fee: $53 + GST
Location: on-campus

Instructor: Mariann Borteleki

Mariann Borteleki worked for Shaw cable systems as Technical Support. She has an extensive background with computers and Windows in particular. Mariann has been working with the Windows operating system for over 20 years. She wants to get on the students’ level and show them it is safe to do things using Windows 10 and that there are ways to change it back without losing programs and data.

Register for Windows 10 Basics

Your tuition for Lifelong Learning courses covers a variety of services:

  • registration and administration
  • photocopies and supplies
  • promotional expenses
  • Facility usage

Please note:

  • Course tuition varies.
  • Lab fees may apply.
  • Those under 50 can register for any class for an additional $20.00 + GST.

Do you have a skill to share?

Our Lifelong Learning courses are taught by volunteer instructors. Do you have a passion for sharing your knowledge with your community? Join us and teach a Lifelong Learning class! 

Email xochitl.hernandez@viu.ca


Registration for Fall sessions starts in early August.

Registration for Spring/Summer sessions starts in mid-December.

Three easy ways to register!


The blue “Register” button in each course listing takes you to VIU Web Registration where you can pay safely and securely with your credit card.


Call 604.485.2878. After you register by telephone, you must make your payment by logging into your VIU Online Student Record or via your financial institution.


Registration payment is limited to cheques. We are unable to accept cash, credit card or debit. However, after in-person registration, you can make a payment by logging in to your VIU Online Student Record or via your financial institution.

Visit tiwšɛmawtxʷ campus: 7085 Nootka Street, Powell River. Campus is open Monday - Friday 830 am to 430 pm

Refunds and withdrawals

For most courses, fees are refundable if you withdraw at least two weeks before the course starts. Extenuating circumstances may be considered for partial refunds. Note that special refund deadlines are stated for some courses, and we are unable to issue refunds after those deadlines.

Non-Refundable Fees: Some courses may have non-refundable Tuition, Application, and/or Material Fees.

A full refund is issued if a course is cancelled.

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