School of Construction and the Environment
Prepare for the future.
The School of Construction and the Environment is concerned with the natural environment, the built environment and the relationship between them.
As the leading contributor of trades, engineering, and applied and natural sciences professionals in the province of British Columbia, the School offers over 77 full-time / part-time programs, over 272 part-time courses, customized training and applied research from where you will gain the knowledge and skills to address the issues of today while planning for tomorrow.
New BCIT Construction Safety Videos available online
The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) School of Construction and the Environment (SOCE) is proud to introduce its new Construction Safety Videos on the BCIT Safety in Construction and Environment webpage for BCIT faculty, staff, students and for others in the construction industry to use in the province of British Columbia.
BCIT is committed to conducting all activities in a manner that protects the health and safety of employees, students, and visitors. It endeavours to provide safe tools, materials, equipment, and processes for work and study by meeting or exceeding regulatory requirements for occupational health and safety. The goal is to have an accident free and healthy environment in which to work and learn.
Interested in Sustainable Energy?
- Automated Controls Installation and Maintenance
- Building Controls & Energy Management
- Building Energy Modelling and Performance Analysis
- High Performance Building Lab
- Renewable Energy Electrical Systems Installation & Maintenance
- Residential Energy Efficiency
- Residential Renewable Energy
- Sustainable Energy Management
- Zero Energy / Zero Emissions Buildings
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