WorkBC is a government website with lots of information on starting your career, upgrading skills, financing your education, employment programs, post-secondary education: WorkBC Education and Training. For a list of government-sponsored training programs, please see: WorkBC Employment programs.
Learn Live BC has a searchable database with links to many post-secondary colleges etc. Click here: LearnLiveBC – post secondary
CanLearn.ca – a useful government website with information on education savings for your child, planning for post-secondary education, student loans, grants and scholarships, and continuing education.
Another option for you may be a private institution. In BC, private career training is regulated. Any institution offering a career training program with tuition of $1,000 or more and 40 hours or more in duration is required to register and adhere to basic education standards. For a searchable database of schools and programs, check out PCTIA BC
FoodSafe: The FoodSafe Program is a comprehensive food safety training program designed for the food service industry. It is often a pre-requisite for working in restaurants. The course can be taken in person or online. See: Foodsafe – course search
First Aid Training: many jobs require you to have First Aid training. Courses are offered by a number of agencies such as St. John’s Ambulance.