• Carpentry Hazelton
    Carpentry Foundation

    Learn and practice the skills needed to work as a carpenter. Apply now for the February 2022 intake at the Hazelton campus.


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    Distributed Learning

    CMTN programs offered via Distributed Learning using tools like email, web-conferencing platforms, online videos, social media, textbooks, print modules, local contexts and experiential tasks.

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About Our Hazelton Campus


We look forward to welcoming you back to campus. Check here for updates.



Hazelton campus overview

Nestled in the shadow of Stegyoden Mountain, the Hazelton campus is enveloped in a place of beauty and awe inspiring views. Classroom space, videoconference rooms, a library and small bookstore keep the campus connected to its surrounding communities.

Coast Mountain College serves twelve communities in the Hazeltons as well as the Kispiox Valley. Programming at the campus includes university courses, social and health sciences, trades, continuing education and workforce training and certifications.

Responding to the needs of the local communities, additional educational opportunities are always available on a demand basis.

Hazelton Course Schedule

Register today
1.877.277.2288
info@coastmountaincollege.ca

myCMTN

myCMTN student self-service allows you to access schedules, registrations and pay tuition online.

For a full list of courses available through distributed learning, please log into your account at coastmountaincollege.ca/mycmtn.

Spotlight: Hazelton Carpentry

The 1,000 square foot CMTN mobile trades training unit is currently offering Carpentry Level 2 at the Hazelton campus. It means students can avoid having to move away from their communities to access training that leads to jobs. Learn more.

 


Vest Making and Indigenization at CMTN.

Bridie O' Brien, Associate Dean of Aboriginal Learning Transformation tells a story of how she and a team are bringing Indigenization to the college through cultural activities such as vest making. Learn more.


Why Hazelton

Why Hazelton?

Source: hellobc.com

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  • indigenous
    Vibrant Indigenous culture and history: Indigenous sites such as 'Ksan.
  • soaring-sights
    Soaring sights: Hagwilget canyon and bridge and Stegyoden mountain.
  • serene-nature
    Serene nature: Beauty teeming with diverse wildlife.
  • outdoor-enthusiasts
    Outdoor enthusiasts: fishing, hunting, hiking and water activities.
Address

Hazelton Campus

4815 Swannell Drive
Box 338
Hazelton, BC
V0J 1Y0
Contact info

Toll free: 1.877.277.2288

T: 250.842-5291

F: 250.842-5813

Campus hours

Mon - Fri, 8:00am - 4:00pm
(Closed Sat, Sun and statutory holidays)

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