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By , February 27, 2011

DAWSON CREEK – In recent years, a number of secondary school students have enrolled as Dual Credit students in the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) program at the Dawson Creek Campus of Northern Lights College.

But on Jan. 28, 18-year-old Anastasia Anderson became the first Dual Credit student to complete the program while still in secondary school.

Dual Credit allows secondary school students to enrol in College programming while still in secondary school, earning credits at both levels at the same time. Each year, dozens of Dual Credit students earn Certificates in five- or eight-month programs at NLC.

But earning a Diploma in a 15-month program as a Dual Credit student is a significant accomplishment. It requires planning on the part of the student to ensure secondary school course requirements are met, and then completing first- and second-year courses at the College level.

“I’ve always been used to working independently through distributed learning courses. Distributed learning was challenging for me, so when I started here, I was prepared for a difficult program,” Anderson said.

Anderson studied through the South Peace Distributed Learning School (formerly Electric Education) in Dawson Creek prior to starting the AME program in September 2009. She was an accomplished student, having met the AME program’s prerequisites (Grade 11 Math, English and Science) by the end of Grade 10. After completing English 12 in Grade 11, she had completed her required secondary school courses, and was ready to concentrate on AME.

“You have to really be dedicated. The instructors, and the other students push you, and it’s good that they push you, because that’s what it takes to be successful in the industry,” Anderson said. “It takes focus, and total dedication, and you need to be ready to work.”

Part of the reason for this is the responsibility undertaken by an aircraft maintenance engineer, with the lives of potentially thousands of people dependent daily on the knowledge and expertise of an engineer.

“It makes me more aware of being careful and safe, and making sure that everything is done right. You can’t be in a rush,” Anderson said.

She said that it helped to be surrounded by a group of students and instructors who share the same goals.

“That’s the great thing about this class, everyone is so dedicated,” Anderson said. “This is a really good class, my classmates and instructors are great. It’s almost like a family, with great dynamics.”

Even then, Anderson had some doubts through the first five months of the program.

“The first five months were the toughest. We did a lot of sheet metal work, and I had never done that before,” Anderson said. “But the last five months have been awesome, working on the floor, working on the aircraft.”

The AME Basic program is designed for students seeking a Canadian Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence, Category M1 or M2. Federal law requires aircraft to be certified before flight at regular intervals and after maintenance. There are three components required for licence application: training, experience, and successfully completing the Canadian Aviation Regulation exam. An NLC diploma provides the full training component and one and a half years of the four-year experience component.

Anderson plans to work in the field of helicopters, and already had an interview scheduled with a company in Fort St. John.

For more information on the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program, check the NLC website at nlc.bc.ca or call 250-782-5251 or 1-866-463-6652. For more information on Dual Credit programming, students should contact their secondary school counselor.

Welding student earns tool bag and supplies from BC Hydro Construction

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By , February 14, 2011

DAWSON CREEK – Shaun Schmidt, a C Level Dual Credit welding student at Northern Lights College, is the

Shaun Schmidt (middle) received his tool bag from NLC welding instructor William Smith and Dean of Trades, Apprenticeship and Technology Jeff Lekstrom.

2011 recipient of a tool bag and supplies from BC Hydro Construction.

The award is presented to a welding student who shows a high level of proficiency and achievement.

Schmidt, who also attends Grade 12 at South Peace Secondary School, attained a final mark of 90 per cent in the NLC program. In addition to completing his studies, Schmidt is working part-time as a welder.

Schmidt’s award included a grinder, welding jacket, gloves, welding sleeves, and assorted tools.

For more information on the Welding program, or any programs at NLC, check the College website at nlc.bc.ca or call 1-866-463-6652 or 250-782-5251. For more information on Dual Credit programs, secondary school students should contact their school counselor.

Welding student earns tool bag and supplies from BC Hydro Construction

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By , February 13, 2011

DAWSON CREEK – Shaun Schmidt, a C Level Dual Credit welding student at Northern Lights College, is the 2011 recipient of a tool bag and supplies from BC Hydro Construction.

Shaun Schmidt (middle) received his tool bag from NLC welding instructor William Smith and Dean of Trades, Apprenticeship and Technology Jeff Lekstrom.

The award is presented to a welding student who shows a high level of proficiency and achievement.

Schmidt, who also attends Grade 12 at South Peace Secondary School, attained a final mark of 90 per cent in the NLC program. In addition to completing his studies, Schmidt is working part-time as a welder.

Schmidt’s award included a grinder, welding jacket, gloves, welding sleeves, and assorted tools.

For more information on the Welding program, or any programs at NLC, check the College website at nlc.bc.caor call 1-866-463-6652 or 250-782-5251. For more information on Dual Credit programs, secondary school students should contact their school counselor.

A true Dual Credit Graduate in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

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By , February 10, 2011
Anastasia Anderson
Anastasia Anderson, inside the Aerospace hangar at the Dawson Creek Campus.

DAWSON CREEK – In recent years, a number of secondary school students have enrolled as Dual Credit students in the in the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) program at the Dawson Creek Campus of Northern Lights College.

But on Jan. 28, 18-year-old Anastasia Anderson became the first Dual Credit student to complete the program while still in secondary school.

Dual Credit allows secondary school students to enroll in College programming while still in secondary school, earning credits at both levels at the same time. Each year, dozens of Dual Credit students earn Certificates in five- or eight-month programs at NLC.

But earning a Diploma in a 15-month program as a Dual Credit student is a significant accomplishment. It requires planning on the part of the student to ensure secondary school course requirements are met, and then completing first- and second-year courses at the College level.

“I’ve always been used to working independently through distributed learning courses. Distributed learning was challenging for me, so when I started here, I was prepared for a difficult program,” Anderson said.

Anderson studied through the South Peace Distributed Learning School (formerly Electric Education) in Dawson Creek prior to starting the AME program in September 2009. She was an accomplished student, having met the AME program’s prerequisites (Grade 11 Math, English and Science) by the end of Grade 10. After completing English 12 in Grade 11, she had completed her required secondary school courses, and was ready to concentrate on AME.

“You have to really be dedicated. The instructors, and the other students push you, and it’s good that they push you, because that’s what it takes to be successful in the industry,” Anderson said. “It takes focus, and total dedication, and you need to be ready to work.”

Part of the reason for this is the responsibility undertaken by an aircraft maintenance engineer, with the lives of potentially thousands of people dependent daily on the knowledge and expertise of an engineer.

“It makes me more aware of being careful and safe, and making sure that everything is done right. You can’t be in a rush,” Anderson said.

She said that it helped to be surrounded by a group of students and instructors who share the same goals.

“That’s the great thing about this class, everyone is so dedicated,” Anderson said. “This is a really good class, my classmates and instructors are great. It’s almost like a family, with great dynamics.”

Even then, Anderson had some doubts through the first five months of the program.

“The first five months were the toughest. We did a lot of sheet metal work, and I had never done that before,” Anderson said. “But the last five months have been awesome, working on the floor, working on the aircraft.”

The AME Basic program is designed for students seeking a Canadian Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License, Category M1 or M2. Federal law requires aircraft to be certified before flight at regular intervals and after maintenance. There are three components required for license application: training, experience, and successfully completing the Canadian Aviation Regulation exam. An NLC diploma provides the full training component and one and a half years of the four-year experience component.

Anderson plans to work in the field of helicopters, and already had an interview scheduled with a company in Fort St. John.

For more information on the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program, check the NLC website at nlc.bc.ca or call 250-782-5251 or 1-866-463-6652. For more information on Dual Credit programming, students should contact their secondary school counselor.

ACE-IT: Fort St. John student’s career head start

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By , December 10, 2010

Amias Dirks of Fort St. John graduated from secondary school in June — certain he wanted to be a carpenter, and with a solid head start on reaching that goal.

It all came to Dirks well before graduation, in a program that gives students apprenticeship technical training at local colleges and work experience with on-the-job training; it also helps them find apprenticeships. The young people earn credits toward graduation and college trades training.

The program is called ACE-IT (Accelerated Credit Enrollment for Industry Training). It’s delivered by school districts and post-secondary institutions like Northern Lights College where Dirks studied carpentry as a high school senior. Local employers are involved in work experience placements and as apprenticeship sponsors.
The program is one of three youth initiatives on which the Industry Training Authority partners with the Ministry of Education. ITA oversees trades training in BC and provides funding to school districts to help them deliver the initiatives.

ACE-IT let Dirks complete the two levels of technical training for his apprenticeship. Meanwhile, according to Dirks, many of his classmates were still considering their career options.

“I’d thought about carpentry before, but didn’t know much about it,” he said. “I took a semester to see if I’d enjoy it, and I’m still happy. “I wouldn’t have gone for carpentry as soon if not for the program in high school.”

Now the 18-year-old is employed in his first job, as a carpentry apprentice at Haab Homes Construction Ltd. in Fort St. John.

Owner Steve Haab knows the value of well-trained trades workers. He has sponsored 15 apprentices in various trades in the dozen years since starting his company in the last year of his own carpentry apprenticeship. Haab gives high marks to ACE-IT because its students are “not green as grass” and have a high apprenticeship success rate.

“They’re definitely a step above someone fresh out of high school. They come on site with important basic skills — knowing what a trimmer is, a stud, a blueprint, metric conversions. It saves a lot of time,” said Haab.
“I make money if I have good apprentices, and that’s what ACE-IT gives me. Employers without apprentices are just holding back their businesses.”

Glad to be where he is, Dirks said that a carpentry career is “definitely for someone who likes the outdoors and working with his hands, and with wood. It’s a good feeling at the end of the day, looking back and seeing what you’ve accomplished.

“A carpenter can be in charge of a job and know the full aspects of what’s going on. It’s hard work, but rewarding.”
Dirks likes what ACE-IT did for him, and thinks Grade 11 students who want to know about trades careers should check out the programs available in their school districts.

For more information, contact:
Karen Zukas
Lead, Communications
Industry Training Authority (ITA)
Direct Dial: 603 214-8710
Cell: 604 307-2122

Training tower to be erected at Dawson Creek Campus

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By , November 15, 2010

DAWSON CREEK – Wind Turbine Maintenance Technician students at Northern Lights College will soon have a significant hands-on training facility available on-site at the Dawson Creek Campus.

The nacelle, blades, and internal mechanisms of a wind turbine were unloaded on Nov. 4, and will be

NLC Wind Turbine Maintenance Technician students helped unpacking and unloading blades and other parts of the new training tower that will be located on the Dawson Creek Campus.

constructed on the Campus early in 2011. Once in place, the equipment will provide a training tower for use by NLC students enrolled in the Wind Turbine program.

“The equipment is for the direct practical training required as part of the program. This training includes disassembly and reassembly of a complete turbine as well as associated tasks regarding installation and maintenance of pitch control, hydraulics and blade maintenance,” said Howard Mayer, Dean of Instruction for Access, Business and International Training.

The training tower is a 150 KW unit that was operating in a wind park in Denmark prior to being shipped to NLC. The tower was disassembled in Europe, and shipped to Dawson Creek. The unit will not be in operation on the Campus. Rather, it will be erected on a shortened tower section and used for practical maintenance exercises throughout the program.

Also included in the package of equipment are a complete 30 KW turbine and a complete 40 KW turbine for use in a Wind Turbine lab for practical experience on smaller projects. The lab facility will be located in the Centre of Excellence for Clean Energy Technologies (Energy House). Energy House construction is slated for completion in March 2011.

All of the equipment was purchased through Wind Energie Service Technik of Husum, Germany. The opportunity to acquire the equipment came during an international wind energy trade show hosted in Husum in September. A four-person team represented NLC at this event, during which negotiations were completed to acquire the training equipment.

NLC is B.C.’s Energy College, and offers the only Wind Turbine Maintenance Technician program in British Columbia. The program’s first intake of students will graduate at the end of January 2011. NLC also is a member of BZEE, an international conglomerate of training institutions that develops training curriculum for wind turbine maintenance technicians.

For more information on the Wind Turbine Maintenance Technician program at NLC, or any of the College’s clean energy programming, go to nlc.bc.ca or call 1-866-463-6652.

Fort Nelson student receives Minerva award

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By , September 20, 2010

DAWSON CREEK – A graduate of the Northern Lights College Oil and Gas Field Operators program in Fort Nelson is the 2010 recipient of the Minerva Foundation for BC Women Award (Aboriginal).

Laurelle Dettieh received the award earlier this year from Gerri MacDonald, the Aboriginal Education Coordinator at NLC’s Fort Nelson Campus. Dettieh was a student in an intake of the Oil and Gas Field Operator program offered in Fort Nelson from September 2009 to February 2010.

The Minerva Education Awards were created to help British Columbia women advance themselves by continuing their education. The award is available to female Aboriginal students studying at any campus in the NLC region and enrolled in studies related to energy, mining or petroleum resources.

The Northern Lights College Foundation is now accepting applications for this year’s Minerva Award (Aboriginal). Two awards, valued at $1,250 each, are available.

Students who wish more information or to apply can also contact the Financial Aid Officer at the Northern Lights College campus at which they are registered. The deadline to apply for The Minerva Educational Award for Women (Aboriginal) is Oct. 31.

Students & Sponsors recognized at Trades Appreciation Night

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By , June 30, 2010

Supporters and participants of Trades and Apprentice programs in the Peace River South area were recognized on May 19, at a recognition event hosted by School District 59 and Northern Lights College.

The event was held at NLC’s South Peace Campus, which houses the College’s Heavy Duty/Commercial Transport Technician, Automotive Service Technician, Esthetics and Nail Care Technology and Cosmetology/Hairstyling programs. Approximately 75 people attended.

A highlight of the evening was a speech from Brandon Mosher, a Chetwynd Secondary School student in the Heavy Duty program.

“When you take these programs you are treated like an adult and it’s a lot of work,” said Mosher. “But we also have a lot of fun.”

Keith Maurer, principal of South Peace Secondary School thanked the businesses that provide work experience opportunities for high school students. He also recognized the local businesses and industries that supported the Skills Canada Peace Region competition this year: Dawson Co-op, Peavey Mart, Praxair, R. Home Supply, Northern Metalic Sales, Windsor Plywood, Wright’s Food Service, Sysco Foods, Dorian Anderson Construction, Peace country Restoration, Boston Pizza, Air Liquide and Simple Pleasures.

Rodger Hargreaves, lead for Youth Programs with the Industry Training Authority, complimented the efforts of everyone involved in offering trades programs in northeastern B.C.

“You are leaders in the province with your unique Northern Opportunities partnership that makes it possible for youth to choose from a wide variety of trades programs to take while still in high school,” Hargreaves said.

Hargreaves presented 11 Secondary School Apprenticeship Scholarships valued at $1,000 each. The recipients graduated last year and are still working in their chosen trade.

Recipients were: Jeremy Bedard-Lessard, Douglas Lake Equipment Ltd.; Jordan Endicott, S. Vipond Construction; Nathan Haugen, Mr Mikes; Court Jacobs, Syntech Enerflex; Thomas Jessen, Edge Electric; John Knox, Peace Country Rentals; Rosalina McMath, Bogey’s Restaurant; Thomas Nichols, Riverbend Retail Repair; Tory Pohl, Wilson’s Timberline; Jordan Rondeau, Red Lion; and Tyler Sterling, Dakota Contracting.

Spectra Energy bursaries valued between $350 and $1,000 were also presented. Glenn Auger, community coordinator for Spectra Energy presented the awards. Auger announced that the fund has provided over $260,000 in scholarships and bursaries to northeast B.C. high school students since its inception almost five years ago.

Recipients were: Kayna Boyd, Troy Clark, Tim Schlauwitz, Jordan Ulledal (Auto Service Technician); Jessica Anderson (Carpentry); True Dowe (Cook); Elaine Cole, Kaitlyn Johnston (Cosmetology); Jacob Wandling (Electrician); Alex Beaton, Tanner Clouthier, Brandon Mosher (Heavy Duty); Sarah Linklater, Connor Pewarchuk (Plumbing); and Darrin Rideout (Welding).

Other speakers included:
Jeff Lekstrom, NLC’s Dean of Trades and Apprenticeship, who reminded the audience that the Peace Region has the most dual credit programs of any school district in BC; and

Jeff Beale, chair of Northern Opportunities Community Learning Council who spoke about the collaboration between industry, Aboriginal organizations, and secondary and post-secondary institutions to enhance opportunities for students to succeed in secondary school and build rewarding careers in the north.

For more information on trades and apprenticeship programs contact the College at 250-782-5251 or Frances Armstrong, School District 59 at 250-782-8571.

Trades Appreciation Night

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By , June 21, 2010

DAWSON CREEK – Supporters and participants of Trades and Apprentice programs in the Peace River South area were

SSA Scholarship recipients

recognized on May 19, at a recognition event hosted by School District 59 and Northern Lights College.

The event was hosted at NLC’s South Peace Campus, which houses the Heavy Duty/Commercial Transport Technician and Automotive Service Technician Foundation Trades programs, and the Esthetics and Nail Care Technology and Cosmetology/Hairstyling programs. Approximately 75 people attended.

A highlight of the evening was a speech from Brandon Mosher, a Chetwynd Secondary School student in the Heavy Duty program.

When you take these programs you are treated like an adult and it’s a lot of work,” said Mosher. “But we also have a lot of fun.”

Keith Maurer, principal of South Peace Secondary School thanked the businesses that provide work experience opportunities for high school students. He also recognized the local businesses and industries that supported the Skills Canada Peace Region competition this year: Dawson Co-op, Peavey Mart, Praxair, R. Home Supply, Northern Metalic Sales, Windsor Plywood, Wright’s Food Service, Sysco Foods, Dorian Anderson Construction, Peace country Restoration, Boston Pizza, Air Liquide and Simple Pleasures.

Rodger Hargreaves, lead for Youth Programs with the Industry Training Authority, complimented the efforts of everyone involved in offering trades programs in northeastern B.C.

You are leaders in the province with your unique Northern Opportunities partnership that makes it possible for youth to choose from a wide variety of trades programs to take while still in high school,” Hargreaves said.

Hargreaves presented 11 Secondary School Apprenticeship Scholarships valued at $1,000 each. The recipients graduated last year and are still working in their chosen trade.

Spectra Bursary Recipients 2010


Recipients were: Jeremy Bedard-Lessard, Douglas Lake Equipment Ltd.; Jordan Endicott, S. Vipond Construction; Nathan Haugen, Mr Mikes; Court Jacobs, Syntech Enerflex; Thomas Jessen, Edge Electric; John Knox, Peace Country Rentals; Rosalina McMath, Bogey’s Restaurant; Thomas Nichols, Riverbend Retail Repair; Tory Pohl, Wilson’s Timberline; Jordan Rondeau, Red Lion; and Tyler Sterling, Dakota Contracting.

Spectra Energy bursaries valued between $350 and $1,000 were also presented. Glenn Auger, community coordinator for Spectra Energy presented the awards. Auger announced that the fund has provided over $260,000 in scholarships and bursaries to northeast B.C. high school students since its inception almost five years ago.

Recipients were: Kayna Boyd, Troy Clark, Tim Schlauwitz, Jordan Ulledal (Auto Service Technician); Jessica Anderson (Carpentry); True Dowe (Cook); Elaine Cole, Kaitlyn Johnston (Cosmetology); Jacob Wandling (Electrician); Alex Beaton, Tanner Clouthier, Brandon Mosher (Heavy Duty); Sarah Linklater, Connor Pewarchuk (Plumbing); and Darrin Rideout (Welding).

Other speakers included:

Jeff Lekstrom, Dean of Trades and Apprenticeship at Northern Lights College who reminded the audience that this area has the most dual credit programs of any school district in BC; and

Jeff Beale, Chair of Northern Opportunities Community Learning Council who spoke about the collaboration between industry, Aboriginal organizations, and secondary and post-secondary institutions to enhance opportunities for students to succeed in high school and build rewarding careers in the north.

For more information on trades and apprenticeship programs contact the College at 250-782-5251 or Frances Armstrong, School District 59 at 250-782-8571.

Northern Opportunities Presents to the BC Miners & Educators Workshop

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By , April 26, 2010

THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIPS – Representatives of Northern Opportunities (NOpps) made a presentation, by invitation, to the BC Miners and Educators Workshop held in Kamloops on March 23rd and 24th, 2010.

The BC Mining Industry Labour Shortage Task Force hosted the workshop. The purpose of the ‘joint venture’ was to highlight the importance of collaboration between industry and educators to develop and secure a skilled workforce that will meet the demands of the mineral industry.

The NOpps presentation focused on the partnership model that has been successful in its mission to strengthen individuals and communities in Northeast BC by enhancing opportunities for students to succeed in high school, pursue post-secondary education and build rewarding careers.

As a direct result of the Northern Opportunities partnership, the high schools in all districts – in collaboration with Northern Lights College are reporting a significant increase in interest and enrolment in dual credit trades and technology programs. This has contributed to a stable and vital workforce trained in the north to stay in the north.

The NOpps presentation delivered by Jeff Beale, Co-chair of the Community Learning Council and Aboriginal Relations Advisor Encana Corp., Frances Armstrong, Career Programs Manager for School District No. 59 (Peace River South) and Jeff Lekstrom, Dean of Trades and Apprenticeship, Northern Lights College was very well received.

The presentation can be viewed along with all other presentations and breakout session notes from the March 24th and 25th BC Miners and Educators Workshop,

http://www.amebc.ca/resources-and-publications/courses/external-courses/BC-Miners-Educators-Workshop.aspx

For more information about the minerals industry in BC visit the following websites:

www.bcminerals.ca

www.mining.bc.ca

www.amebc.ca

www.mscca.com

www.gov.bc.ca/em/

www.bcmuseumofmining.org

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