Industry Partnerships

BCIT and BC's Manufacturing Sector Enter Partnership

BCIT's Corporate & Industry Training Services, School of Business and the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters - BC Division (CME) have entered into a partnership that will offer BC's small and medium-sized manufacturing businesses with training related to their current needs.  So far over 40 manufacturing companies and 150 participants have taken Supervisory Skills, Leadership, Time, Management, Project Management, Performance Management, Teamwork and Team Building, and Budgets and Financial Reports workshops.

"This partnership represents two strong, trusted brands working together to help manufacturers and exporters become stronger and more competitive. We are excited to offer unique training programs to benefit small and medium sized businesses in the areas of leadership, process improvement, technical skills and exporting." said Marcus Ewert-Johns, Vice-President, CME British Columbia.

If you are interested in any of the courses listed in the CME Course Calendar please contact Geraldine Megannety or call 604-412-7691 if you have any additional questions.

BC Export Awards

The BC Export Awards recognize the innovative approaches and unique contributions of British Columbia export companies across all sectors and in all regions of the province, as well as the individuals who contribute to their success. The contribution of BCIT has been one of the key success factors in creating and delivering Canada’s longest running and most recognized Export Awards.




BCIT Wins Bid With BC Aboriginal Mine Training Association

BCIT's Corporate & Industry Training Services division of the School of Business has been awarded a standing offer agreement for program development and delivery to BCAMTA's clients throughout BC.

"The partnership between BCAMTA and BCIT is one that I am hopeful other Aboriginal agencies and post-secondary institutions can duplicate.  From the outset, the relationship has moved forward based on a shared vision of Aboriginal Inclusion and success in the post-secondary setting" says Leonard Jackson, Regional Manager, BCAMTA.  "This shared vision and respect has allowed for equal participation in the planning, development and delivery of BCIT programming to our student...ensuring success for those participants who have embraced the opportunity."

Chartered Professionals in Human Resources

BCIT is a strong supporter of CPHR and its continued dedication to enhancing and supporting the needs of human resource practitioners.