Mineral Resources Education Program of British Columbia
The MREPBC is a partnership program between teachers and the minerals industry in B.C., created to assist teachers in their development of educational materials to support teaching about geoscience, mineral resources and mining in the classroom. A wealth of information for teachers and students alike.
NWT ROCKS! … FOR KIDS TOO!
Students, teachers and school counselors will be experiencing Geoscience “hands on” at this year’s annual Yellowknife Geoscience Forum. A pilot education program will offer two components: hands-on geoscience activities for three pre-registered classes, and career exploration for approximately 300 confirmed students. Students, teachers and school counselors will descend on the Forum on November 18th from 10:00-noon during the Trade Show’s public access hours at École Saint Patrick High School gymnasium (5010-44th Street, Yellowknife).
NWT Industrial Mining Skills Strategy 2002
KETP Jan 2000-July 2002 progress report
Industrial Training Program Takes a Made-In-The-North Approach
The Honourable Ethel Blondin-Andrew, Mp for the Western Arctic, on behalf of the Honourable Robert D. Nault, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND) announced that the NWT Mine Training Committee will receive an investment of $212,500 to develop training modules and curriculum for Phase II of the Industrial Training Program – the Apprenticeship Training Program.