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Learn the skills needed to be a valuable team member in a law office. Register now to start in September.
Get the medical transcription and editing skills you need to work in a hospital, medical clinic, or to start your own home-based transcription business. Start in Sept.
“VCC gave me the tools to be a more refined and professional musician." – VCC music graduate
Prepare for university. We offer flexible schedules and competitive rates.
Get the office fundamentals and technical skills you need. Apply now to start in May.
VCC esthetics students learn with the newest, most innovative products on the market.
“I’ve already recommended VCC’s drafting program to others considering a career in steel detailing.” – VCC graduate
Advance your career in office administration. Intakes every September, January, and April.
“VCC gave me trade-related skills that allowed me to transition into a career. To this day, I love fixing cars.” – VCC graduate
“The program gave me artistic and technical know-how to go from a sketched design to a finished garment.” – VCC graduate
This 13-month program applies past health care experience to your Practical Nursing diploma
VCC is committed to increasing participation and success rates of Indigenous learners.
We are a leader in high school completion studies and academic upgrading for further schooling.
Learning American Sign Language opens many doors.
VCC provides specialized services to support all students.
Earn prerequisites for a wide variety of health sciences programs before choosing your career path
Train with award-winning instructors at Western Canada’s largest culinary school. Intakes for Professional Cook 1 start monthly.
VCC baking students learn top skills in everything from artisanal bread to fine pastry and plated desserts.
Put some sizzle in your culinary career.
B.C. brings in more emergency supports for Indigenous students Posted on April 3
VCC donates 60,000 pieces of PPE to the fight against COVID-19 Posted on April 2
Government increases emergency funding for B.C. post-secondary students Posted on April 2
Media Release: VCC appoints new Vice President, Administration Posted on March 31