BCIT Pandemic-Resilient Jobs Report identifies most in-demand jobs for 2021 and beyond

BCIT-Pandemic-Resilient Jobs Report 2021

What does the future hold? While the past year has taught us that it’s impossible to predict, we can look at current trends in today’s workforce to more accurately forecast opportunities for tomorrow’s. That’s why the SITE Centre of Excellence produced the BCIT Pandemic-Resilient Jobs Report. By looking at economic trends across BC sectors combined … Read more

Community update from President Kathy Kinloch – April 8

headshot of Kathy Kinloch

In today’s video update, President Kathy Kinloch shares exciting updates about three projects on the BCIT Burnaby Campus – Mass Timber Student Housing project, Health Sciences Centre, and Fraser Health Authority’s COVID-19 vaccination site. President Kinloch also reminds the community about health and wellness resources available to students, staff, and faculty.

BCIT researchers receive $2-million in funding for Shock-proofing the Future of Work

BCIT Shock-proofing the Future of Work

The Future Skills Centre (FSC) has awarded the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) over $2-million for research projects that support in Shock-proofing the Future of Work. As part of the FSC pandemic response plan, this funding supports labour market innovations that build resilience in the face of social and economic shock. The Future Skills … Read more

Celebrating 20 years: BCIT Radiation Therapy is the only program of its kind in BC

BCIT Radiation Therapy 20 years

The BCIT School of Health Sciences is excited to celebrate 20 years of its Radiation Therapy program this spring. As the only program of its kind in BC, this Bachelor of Science program has graduated close to 200 radiation therapists who contribute to delivering accurate treatment and a high standard of patient care to treat … Read more

BCIT delivers flexible, relevant, pandemic-resilient education

BCIT delivers flexible, relevant, pandemic-resilient education

The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) was built on a simple premise: that the best way to prepare students for the workforce is to provide hands-on training, in the classroom and in the field. So by all accounts, the global pandemic should have sent the Institute into a tailspin. But instead, one year later, … Read more

BCIT is a Top 100 Employer in BC – for the eleventh year in a row

For more than 55 years, BCIT has built a reputation for educating job-ready students through applied, hands on learning. Behind that success is a dedicated team of faculty and staff who help BCIT deliver on its vision to empower people, shape BC, and inspire global progress. As a people-focused organization, BCIT is thrilled to be … Read more

A letter of hope to our BCIT community

We made it. The new year is at our doorstep along with a promise of the beginning of the end of the pandemic that locked us in its clutches much of this past year. There’s not much more to say about the world’s shock, horror and struggle in response to COVID-19. I extend our thoughts … Read more

Flexible delivery format allows army medic to enrol in Forensic Nursing course at BCIT

A flexible, online schedule let student Stephanie Patz juggle coursework with her duties as an army medic, deployed in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. This meant she could complete the BCIT part-time Introduction to Forensic Health Sciences even under very tough circumstances. “I was able to use my down time to work ahead … Read more

Changing careers? These Flexible Learning courses can help you pivot quickly

BCIT Part-time Studies

Workplaces today may be unlike anything we’re used to, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any employment opportunities out there. Our digitally connected world allows people to continue working in productive, meaningful careers even in the midst of economic uncertainty. There are myriad ways to future-proof your career and shift to more relevant, resilient, or … Read more