What: Come and learn about some really cool topics! See the link below for all the details.
When: 1:00-3:30 July and August
Where: 1432 Ironwood Street, Campbell River (The Campbell River Commons beside UPS)
Who: Grades 3-6 welcome!
Why: Just because school is out for the summer doesn’t mean the learning should stop. This isn’t your typical text book learning. Its hands on with tons of fun experiments and projects that your child will remember for a life time.
With the summer camping season approaching Mosaic Vocational School has been busy training new campground attendants in Ucluelet. Thank you to our wonderful instructors and Coline for catering to our awesome students. For more information about this fun course check out the course description here.
*MORE TOPICS AND DATES TO COME!
Join us Tuesdays (June 12, June 19, and June 26) for lunch as Corey Magowan of Izco presents:
What’s all the hype with 3D printers? Augmented Reality? VR? Google Expeditions, I-Everything, Robots and Automation, Python, Apps for Business, VR Escape Rooms, Apps for Education and Entertainment…It’s an exciting time to be in business and develop or maintain the Global Reach…Amazon is only the beginning.
Cost: $15.00 for a single session or $30.00 for all 3 sessions in June.
All sessions take place at Mosaic Vocational School’s new office location for 12:00pm-1:00pm. Bring your lunch, bring a friend and join us as we take a peek into our future.
NOTE: Stay tuned for more dates and topics! If you receive a voucher for a tech talk you can use it for ANY tech talk session.
May 1 and May 3, 2018
6:00-7:30PM Both Sessions
Takes place at Island Owl Truck and Car Sales
1384-16TH Ave (across from the Town Center Inn)
Join Ben Coyle (Island Owl Truck and Car Sales) and Jessica Burns (Coastline Mazda) as they talk about what to look for when buying a car and servicing that matters.
Buying a new car is a major purchase…spend your money wisely as industry insiders share their knowledge and insights.
Please register in advance
Cost to attend both evenings: $40.00
Click here for a printable poster “Ben and Jess Talk Cars”
Campground Attendant Training – April 16 to 27th
Employers look for employees with skills and training and a customer service attitude!
“When we are hiring we look for someone who has been trained in safety in the workplace, the operating of power equipment and is a team player. The less time we have to train the better. People are usually hired for pre-season start-up work and if they work out well there is opportunity for full-time employment.” – Employers Dick and Pat Dennison
The skills learned in this course will be transferable to many careers in the workforce such as landscaping, as well as many careers in the hospitality industry. These skills can also help you in everyday life like doing basic maintenance around the house.
This is a fun course filled with games and prizes to make learning even more fun!
|In this course you will learn how to;
- Maintain a trail system
- Ensure safety of campground
- Ensure that all water taps, fountains, washhouses, showers and toilets are in good repair with drains running freely
- Maintain Water posts and immediate area
- Maintain parking lots and roadways
- Maintain information Shelters and Signs
- Maintain a trail system
- Maintain garbage and recycling
- Bed making and cabin cleaning
- Toilets/showers/change house
- Pit toilets building maintenance
- Maintain trails, walkways, paths, steps, stairs and adjacent areas
- Picnic shelters
- Boat launch areas
Call 250.850.2007 to register today! Still a couple spots left so don’t miss your chance to turn camping into a career!
|Do you have a photo of a special scene in your community?
Add to your photo to our student gallery!
Join the contest!
Submit your photo to win. Winner will get their photo framed. Email to email@example.com
On March 22nd and 23rd Mosaic Vocational School instructors and experts traveled to Ahousaht for a Career Expo. Fun was had by both students and instructors. Day one’s topics were careers in nursing and naloxone training, as well as FOODSAFE. Day two consisted of barista training, bird house making and talking about careers in the construction industry. The goal of this expo was to bring awareness to possible future career choices for the community of Ahousaht.
If you would like Mosaic Vocational School to come to your community to do an expo please don’t hesitate to call! 250.850.2007
Our instructor Carole has been extremely busy training new prep cooks across the island and up and down the coast. Currently, a prep cook training course is taking place at Walter Cove Lodge in Kyuquot, BC. Students have been learning to make foods inspired from all parts of the world.
This is a 10-day training series that will prepare students to work in the fast growing food Industry. This series is a total of 60-hours training. Students will receive certification upon completion, giving them the tools they need to start their cooking career.
Cooks prepare and cook a wide variety of foods. They are employed in restaurants, hotels, pubs, fast food outlets, food trucks, hospitals and other establishment. Cooks are also employed aboard ships and in fishing and logging camp. The prep cooks wash, peel and cut vegetables and fruit to the chef’s requirements. In this course they will also get the opportunity to cook full meals that they will enjoy for lunch. They will maintain a clean and organized kitchen and other duties to assist other cooks and kitchen staff. It is the prep cook work that ensures a smooth running operation.