Trades funding for university

Thompson Rivers University will receive $265,000 to help reduce its wait lists for LNG trades

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Thompson Rivers University will receive $265,000 to help reduce its wait lists for trades deemed vital to the liquified natural-gas industry.

The money will allow 52 more students into the programs, 18 each in welder and electrician foundation level and 16 in the carpenter foundation level.

 

The money is part of $6.6 million the government is putting into seats for critical trades-education in post-secondary institutions as part of its Skills for Jobs Blueprint.

 

 

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