Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Lillooet and Lytton

Programs, courses and workshops

Fall 2018/Winter 2019 Schedule at a Glance (PDF, 1,277 KB)
TRU Lillooet/Lytton Regional Campus (PDF, 678 KB)
TRU Lillooet/Lytton - Course Offerings | Fall 2018/Winter 2019 (PDF, 3,080 KB)

About the centre

The TRU Lillooet Training and Education Centre is located at the Old Mill Plaza, #10- 155 Main Street. The Lillooet Centre offers the Lillooet region an excellent educational environment with a classroom capacity for twenty students, NEW computer lab (12 computers) and conference room for ten to twelve people. Lillooet has ITV technology and the ability to connect to TRU courses at other locations. We also service the surrounding St’at’imc communities, Ashcroft, Gold Bridge and Lytton.

The Centre offers courses in Business and Office Skills, Computers, First Aid, Personal Development, Tourism and Trades and Technology. The MicroComputers in Business Certificate helps students to become proficient in the computer skills needed to work in an office environment. A wide range of courses are offered in Health and Safety, such as CPR, OFA Level 1-3, Foodsafe, and WHMIS. In our Personal Development area, we offer general interest courses. Lillooet has expanded it's programming to allow students to stay at home while continuing their education. Programming may include academic programs, certificates, trades programs, preparation to industry programs, and first year university degree courses (upon demand).

TRU can provide individuals, businesses and agencies with courses, programs or workshops that are individualized for specific needs. The coordinator is available to assist at your site and customize programs to meet specific requirements. Test supervision can be arranged with notice and for a fee.

NEW! Lillooet Community Adult Learning Centre

Math and English Upgrading

In the Math and English Upgrading program, staff and partner members work together with you to find innovative solutions that meet your needs.

This new 10-month Adult Basic Education (ABE) cohort program:

  • Focuses on Math and English
  • Bridges to career, vocational or academic programs
  • Offers flexible learning
  • Is held in a small, student-centred classroom
  • Is open to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students

To apply, please contact the agency or person most appropriate
to your situation:

  • Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS)
  • at 250-256-0293
  • Lillooet WorkBC Employment Services Centre at 250-256-7758
  • Your band education/career counsellor

 

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