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QXMC and its companies is committed to building employment skills for community members. They may include employment skills, capacity and leadership development. Some examples of the programs is the H'art (Tourism) Ambassador Program, Small Vessel Operating Certificates, First Air Training and more.   

CBVA Level #1 Guide Course training

Are you interested in training to become a bear viewing guide? This CBVA training certification includes bear safety, awareness and level 1 guide certification. 

Course from April 16-19, 2022 

Training Locations: Klahoose Wilderness Resort 

For more information email Suzanne at 

More information on the CBVA Guide training including additional in person or online courses can be found here:

H'ART AMBASSADOR - Hospitality Art Recreation & Tourism

Klahoose First Nation and Indigenous Community for Leadership & Development (ICLD) are partnering to deliver a FREE Tourism training program to indigenous participants at the Campbell River Comfort Inn. 8 weeks of catered lunches, financial support for childcare and transportation, and free training taught by a STELLAR instructor with a long background in the tourism industry.

The Ambassador training is geared towards communities/companies who want to strengthen their members in their Culture. We have found when we connect the tourism industry with Cultural Knowledge, we have the highest standards when it comes to hosting. By the end of the program, participants will be able to introduce themselves in their language, sing and dance, and know who they are and where they come from.


APPLY NOW! Course starts October 18, 2021

Information Session: October 6, 2021 from 2-4 PM

Coast Discovery Inn, Campbell River

Training: October 18-December 10, 2021

Training Locations: Campbell River Comfort Inn

For More Information or to register please go here, or call Alex 604-362-4125 o Kerry 250-203-4891.   

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