CNC is working closely with training providers across the Province and BC Apprenticeship and the Industry Training Authority (ITA) on viable solutions to program delivery. We will continue to update you as additional information becomes available. Where feasible, alternate delivery is being utilized in all Trades programming
Please follow your instructor’s directions for how your program is being delivered in a safe manner.
How will apprentices complete their programs?
To address the unique circumstances, we have adapted to the program completion and assessment as follows:
- Students who have completed 70% of the course work and attained a class mark of 70% or higher can be considered as substantively complete for the level. No standard level exam (SLE) is required.
- Where last level of technical training is occurring an Inter-Provincial (IP) exam will need to be scheduled at completion date.
What about provincial trade qualification exams for apprentices?
All blended SLEs for the foreseeable future will be cancelled.
The following program completion requirements are in effect from March 17, 2020 until further notice:
- No Certification of Qualification (C of Q) exams are required to progress to the next level at this time.
- Certification of Qualification (C of Q) exams that complete out an apprenticeship, will be scheduled at completion date of the program.We will continue to update you as additional information becomes available.
We will continue to update you as additional information becomes available.