The CITN wants to help you take your business and personal efficiency to the next level with training, professional development and networking opportunities. Events listed below include meetings, networking events, job fairs and trade shows.Want to put an event in our calendar? Contact us and we'll be pleased to add it. Are you looking for our course calendar? Find it here.
|Arctic Indigenous Investment Conference|
AIIC is the largest, multi-sector conference hosted annually North of 60, and provides an incredible opportunity to create new contacts, build relationships, share successes and lessons learned and gain inspiration from neighbours, colleagues and competitors.
|February 14-19, 2019|
|MOSAIC Career & Job Fair|
The MOSAIC Career & Job Fair brings together employers, qualified professionals, skilled workers, and entry-level individuals.
|April 9, 2019|
|Skills Canada BC's 2019 Provincial Competitions|
Students from Grades 6 – 12 as well as Post-Secondary students will compete amid an audience comprised of 5,000+ middle and high school students, parents, career educators, industry leaders, technical experts, sponsors, employers, labour organizations and government who attend this annual event.
|April 17, 2019|
|Delta Trades and Technical Fair|
The annual free event, held at Sungod Recreation Centre, provides an opportunity for students, parents and the general public to explore trades and technical careers through hands-on, interactive exhibits, demonstrations, and talking directly with experts in the field.
| April 25, 2019|
|Canada North Resources Expo|
This large biennial trade event focuses on major resource sectors vital to Northern Canada's economy, such as forestry, heavy construction and project development.
|May 24-25, 2019|
ASSOCIATION PARTNERSOur Association Partners have provided the CITN with the support and vision necessary to become the central training hub for B.C.’s construction industry. Together they train over 80 percent of the industry and have built the majority of construction projects in B.C. Read More
- May 27 @ 8:00 am - May 28 @ 4:30 pm