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!
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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
Be on the lookout for our newly trained landscapers. Our instructors Debra and George have been busy training new students almost weekly. We even have courses booked as far as Maple Ridge and Chilliwack in the upcoming weeks. If you are interested in becoming a landscaper don’t hesitate to give us a call so we can start planning your training needs!
Our Student PowerPoint section is growing fast! Check out what our Computer Skills Series students have been up to by checking out our Student Project Page or by clicking this link https://mosaic-bc.ca/about/student-projects/
Mosaic Vocational School specializes in bringing customized courses to your community. We offer flexibility in scheduling, location, class size, individual tutoring and new ideas. We partner with other institutions and industry experts to bring together training not otherwise available locally. Mosaic customizes training to fit the needs of students and their community.
At Mosaic, students can expect to be treated with caring and respect, we offer a variety of environment to meet the needs of the learner, we provide structured and supportive approach to learning.
If you need to learn it, we’ll find a way!
Recently at Mosaic we have undergone some big changes. We now offer our courses all over British Columbia! That’s right ALL OVER BC. We are the traveling school that brings education right to your door.
Mosaic Vocational School has just implemented three NEW courses; Campground Attendant, Line Cook Kitchen Helper, and Landscape & Grounds Maintenance. The Campground Attendant Course was just taught in Ucluelet and Port Alberni. This course teaches students how to care for and run a campground professionally. The Line Cook Kitchen Helper Series was just held in Gold River (grad photos soon to come). During this course students earn certificates for Foodsafe, Barista, Customer Service, Food & Beverage Server, and Serving it Right, as well as a Line Cook Certificate. The best thing about this course is all the hands on cooking and eating. Another new course is our Landscape & Grounds Maintenance Series which was just held in Campbell River and Courtenay. Students learn about different types of soils, lighting, and fertilizers. They also get to design their own garden beds and practice hands on at GreenClips Nursery in Courtenay.
Currently, we are developing three more new courses; Home Health Aide, Janitorial, and Green House Management. We hope to offer these in the very near future.
In Campbell River, when the famous climbing man gets his Santa suit on it is always a sign that Christmas is nearing. On November 26, 2015 three city workers took on the difficult task of dressing a wooden man 4x their own size. For many years now it has been a tradition for the historical climbing man located at Spirit Square, to be dressed up as Santa Claus. For anyone who sees him, it is usually an indication it is time to start Christmas shopping.
Mosaic Vocational School’s student Billy figured that this yearly event could be a good learning opportunity. Currently, Ashton is enrolled in a computer course where he is studying everything from Microsoft Office to how to use a smart phone. So with his smart phone in hand he captured this photo and with the help of his instructor he then learned how to email the photo to a computer so it could be edited and thrown into Microsoft Word, something he thought wasn’t possible.
For many, the Christmas season is also a time to start setting goals for the New Year. However, most goals set are usually to do with weight loss or quitting smoking, but for Billy it is to open a new business. After being involved in an accident, Billy was confronted with an injury and consequently was no longer able to work as a professional painter. Thus, he was faced with having to change his career to something that didn’t involve heavy physical labour. Billy realized that if he was going start a new career and open his own business, he was going to have to get extremely comfortable with computers.
This is an issue that many people unfortunately face in their life time, but the truth is that computer literacy is a skill that is becoming harder to ignore. Proof can be found by looking at all the new community mail boxes, as just about everything can be done online one way or another, eliminating the need for home delivery.
Billy says, “Mosaic Vocational School’s computer course has opened up my eyes in a way I cannot explain. I didn’t use the computer before because I didn’t think I needed it, but now I am aware of all the possibilities. I will now be able to do my own advertising over social media, create a basic website, and do my own book keeping. I can’t wait to see what the New Year brings.” Conclusively, what would have just been a neat sight of a couple of city workers dressing a wooden man in a Santa suit is now an actual image, uploaded, emailed, and shared with the world.