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Subseries ss02 - School of Transportation Curriculum Planning, Design, and Content

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F01-s14-ss02

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School of Transportation Curriculum Planning, Design, and Content

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  • [19-?]-1997  (Creation)

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0.14m of textual records

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BCIT. School of Transportation (2000-)

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Since 2000 the BCIT School of Transportation has been a North American leader in transportation training, producing the high-quality, job-ready graduates in demand by the aerospace, marine, motive, and rail sectors.

Strategically located directly at the Asia Pacific Gateway, the School of Transportation delivers accredited and globally recognized programs tailored to meet the human capital needs of the transportation industry.

The School of Transportation has its roots in BCIT's School of Trades Training Apprenticeship Programs; drawing from Apprenticeship Programs, Aviation Trades and Mechanical Trades.

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Subseries consists of course outlines and curriculum proposals, ministry of education reference documents.

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V. Luchka, Professional Experience Student, created 2019-02-04

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  • Shelf: Bays 2, 3 & 4