JIBC set to deliver career program to Aboriginal students in September.The Justice Institute of British Columbia The Justice Institute includes the Police Academy where all municipal police officers in British Columbia receive their basic training, as well as municipal reserve and BC Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Auxiliary Constable. (JIBC JIBC Justice Institute of British Columbia ) will unveil a new Justice and Public Safety Career Preparatory Program for Aboriginal learners this September at its Chilliwack campus.
Designed to help students be more competitive in securing policing, correctional service, paramedic par·a·med·ic
A person who is trained to give emergency medical treatment or assist medical professionals.
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Fire fighting strategy involves the following basic procedures: arriving at the scene of the fire as rapidly as , sheriff, fish and wildlife, border service and other such careers, the program focuses on teaching useful skills in classes taught by Aboriginal instructors.
Included in the one-year certificate course, which goes from Sept. to May, are such courses as the history and impact of colonization; physical education; wellness and self care; effective presentations, writing and listening skills; restorative justice A philosophical framework and a series of programs for the criminal justice system that emphasize the need to repair the harm done to crime victims through a process of negotiation, mediation, victim empowerment, and Reparation.
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The Sto:lo Nation is partnering with JIBC to deliver the program and welcomes it into their traditional territory, giving it the name "Iwestux Temxshxweli" which means "teachers' sacred place."