The community of Old Crow is Yukon's only fly-in community, and is located within the Traditional Territory of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation.
Strong partnerships with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, Chief Zzeh Gittlit School and other agencies have ensured the success of the campus programming in this most northerly Yukon community of three hundred people.
What's in a name?
The campus building is named after Chief Alice Frost (1937-1998) who was a fierce advocate for education and instrumental in creating a College campus in Old Crow. She grew up strong in her culture with a firm value of the importance of both physical and mental fitness.
This 1 day course is designed to provide participants with knowledge in wellhead protection planning which includes the purpose of wellhead protection, review of basic hydrogeology, well and wellhead construction and protection, groundwater source protection, and developing a wellhead protection
This 27 hour course is designed to prepare you to write your Environmental Operators Certification Program (EOCP) certification for Water Treatment Level 1 or 2. You will go at your own pace through online modules and you will have access to an instructor to answer any questions you may have.
This course introduces students to the accounting cycle and the major financial statements, as well as the International Financial Reporting Standards that dictate the recording of financial information in accounting records.
This intermediate course covers partnership and corporation accounting, combination journals and special journals; posting to accounts receivable and payable ledgers; payroll, general accounting adjustments, inventory control, and analysis of financial statements.
Building on the foundational concepts introduced in ACCT101 and ACCT102, this course will introduce students to the practical application of accounting theory using Sage 50, an industry standard, integrated computerized accounting system.
This course provides the student with a basic understanding of child development relevant to facilitating growth and development in children during middle childhood and adolescence (6 to 18 years of age).
English 030 is a ninety-hour course that introduces students to academic writing, reading, and communication skills. The writing component of this course includes an introduction to the writing process, and the development of a variety of paragraphs.
Students will develop essential literary techniques and essay writing skills. Selected works of 20th Century Canadian authors will be studied.
Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade of B- in ENGL 050 or English 11 or suitable score in writing assessment with permission of instructor.
The course is designed to introduce students to the study of public policy and the policy process through a Northern and Indigenous lens. The first part of the course explores fundamental theories of policymaking and the stages of the policy cycle.