How to get free training for a career at sea:
Join us for a one-hour info session and interview with students who have graduated from Camosun’s Bridge Watch Program, which offers free training to Indigenous students.
Choose from two dates:
- Tuesday, May 25th, 7 pm live on Instagram
- Thursday, May 27th at 12pm on Zoom and live on Facebook
Shown above: Kimberley Baker, Richard Watts, Shauna Johnson and Cindy Drover-Davidson
Kimberly Baker is a recent grad of the Bridge Watch Program and a Deckhand at BC Ferries. She started in January 2021. Kimberly will share her experience in the program and answer your questions!
Richard Watts, one of the most recent Indigenous grads of the Bridge Watch Program. Richard graduated in January 2021. Richard will share his experience in the program and answer your questions!
Shauna Johnson, the Marine Use Planner at The W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council who will speak about upcoming career opportunities for Indigenous people with Bridge Watch training.
Cindy Drover-Davidson, the Bridge Watch Rating Coordinator at Camosun College who will speak about changes to improve accessibility, important dates and updates to requirements that make it easier to get accepted into the program.
Attendees will learn:
- If the program is for you
- How to get your tuition covered
- What to expect in the classroom
- How to apply even if you don’t have your GED-> REGISTER For the Zoom session on May 27th at 12 noon
-> Follow us on Instagram and mark your calendar for our LIVE Session, Tuesday, May 25th, 7 pm.
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