Fuel of the future: BCIT hosts the first annual Hydrogen Symposium

BCIT Hydrogen Symposium 2024

On March 19, the BCIT School of Energy and BCIT School of Transportation collaborated in the first annual BCIT Hydrogen Symposium at the Burnaby Campus. The BCIT Hydrogen Symposium is a forum allowing academia, government, and industry to come together and discuss initiatives to advance the development of the hydrogen industry. This year’s theme focused … Read more

BCIT announces Dr. Sanja Boskovic as Associate Dean, School of Energy

Dr. Sanja Boskovic, Associate Dean, Industrial and Mechanical Trades

The BCIT School of Energy is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Sanja Boskovic, PhD Mech. Eng., PhD MEd as Associate Dean, Industrial and Mechanical Trades. Dr. Boskovic is no stranger to the BCIT community as she has been with the Institute since 2001. Her career started in the Power Engineering Department where she was … Read more

What is 5G technology and how will it change the world?

From transforming healthcare services to autonomous cars, the term ‘5G’ has been associated with a spectrum of opportunities across industries. So, what exactly is 5G and how does it affect our world? According to BCIT Telecommunications Systems Technician Instructor Mike Lowe, 5G is the 5th generational mobile network. This new global wireless standard is a … Read more

BCIT Industrial Network Cybersecurity instructors recognized for teaching excellence

BCIT launches Canada's first Industrial Network Cybersecurity program

Congratulations to Industrial Network Cybersecurity instructors Roger Gale and Umme Salsabil for receiving recognition from the Cisco Networking Academy for their excellence in teaching. Roger received the prestigious awards of 2019 Curriculum Specialist, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Cybersecurity for Canada and the United States as well as the Instructor Excellence Expert Level Award 2019. … Read more

Adapting to online learning: BCIT Power Engineering students pilot cloud-based simulator

BCIT Power Engineering students pilot cloud-based simulator

As classes transitioned primarily online in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, BCIT Power Engineering students Cholo Belza, Brandon Chiang, Lucas Knott, Byron Tromp, and Joseph Vizjak took the initiative to pilot a cloud-based power plant simulator. This ensured they, along with their peers, were still able to acquire the practical skills relevant … Read more

These BCIT students are protecting the future of industrial cybersecurity

Welcoming the inaugural class of the Industrial Network Cybersecurity program Spam, identity theft, cyberattacks, and the list goes on for the types of cybercrimes. Most of us understand the need for cybersecurity awareness and products when it comes to our personal computers and devices; however, the same is also true for industry. Earlier this year, … Read more

BCIT Smart Grid Teaching Lab leads the way in smart education

BCIT-Siemens Smart Grid Lab

The BCIT Smart Grid Lab, designed to teach courses in the area of electrical power and industrial control, is one of the most recently updated labs in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) department at BCIT. This unique lab space was designed to bridge the gap between traditional and modern equipment seen in electrical … Read more

BCIT student to represent Team Canada at WorldSkills in Russia

BCIT-World Skills Competition Russia Rashad Ali

Following a gold medal win at Skills Canada National Competition in Halifax, BCIT Machinist student Rashad Ali has been chosen as one of four BC students to proudly represent Team Canada at the upcoming WorldSkills Competition in Kazan, Russia from August 22 to 27. The WorldSkills Competition is held every two years and represents the … Read more

How the community came together in providing education for rural areas

It takes a village The School of Energy at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) welcomed the first-ever graduating class of a remotely delivered program in Kitimat. The graduating class of 2018 Refrigeration Mechanic Foundation Program included 9 dual-credit high school students, adult students, and members of the Haisla and Nisga’a Nations. This program … Read more

Not sure what type of engineering you want to study? Read this

BCIT Engineering

Everyone excels at different subjects in high school. Some people might have a knack for math, science, or technology. Others may prefer drafting, designing, or working with their hands. But if you enjoy any of these things, you may want to consider pursuing a career in engineering. However, since this is a broad and exciting … Read more