September 12 - December 18, 2022
Face to face courses
October 17 - 22, 2022
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Registration for fall and spring term courses is open, with the following deadlines:
Because we must meet minimum registration numbers to proceed with offering a course, we assess registration numbers six weeks before the course start date. If we meet minimum registration numbers, we will proceed with offering the course and will continue to allow registrations until the course start date, space permitting. If we do not meet minimum registration numbers, we may need to look at cancelling or rescheduling the course. This is why it’s always best to register early so that we can have accurate registration numbers and can avoid disappointment!
Please check the upcoming course schedule for the most up-to-date course registration deadlines.
Congratulations to our Cultural Resource Management award recipients!
Visit our Awards, Scholarships and Bursaries page to read more about the above recipients and for more information about awards for Cultural Resource Management students.
Congratulations to the winners of the two free registrations for the 2022 BC Museums Association/Heritage BC virtual joint conference:
Digital Planning for the Cultural Sector, supported by British Columbia’s Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills provides just-in-time training for professionals in the museum, heritage and cultural sector to develop the critical competencies and skills needed to make informed decisions around the future of digital technologies for cultural organizations. Learners will develop a comprehensive understanding of the opportunities for cultural organizations in a digital economy, alongside tools and strategies to successfully plan and implement digital initiatives.
Why is cultural resource management important to you?
Museums continue to be wonderful places to bring people together, and to share engaging and complex stories. We are going through a time of self-reflection right now, rethinking our approaches to diversity, and confronting our colonial roots. The CRM program is a great way for us to develop critical thinking, and become better stewards of history, culture and storytelling...
Genevieve Weber, Managing Archival Collections
Genevieve is an archivist focusing on outreach, public programming, and Indigenous information sovereignty. In her role at the BC Archives, she has the privilege of working with Indigenous communities from all over the province, assisting with research requests, providing access to records, and facilitating workshops on topics such as researching community history and Indigenous genealogy. Other programs she has delivered include family history workshops, special interest workshops, community tours, introductory class visits, and school activities. She is passionate about engaging people of all ages with the archives, and enjoys public speaking.
"[My practicum] greatly enhanced what I have been learning throughout the program course work and what I was already aware of through my substantive position as the Conservation Carpenter at the Historic Sites Unit of the Government of Yukon. The practicum introduced real life obstacles into the knowledge-based coursework of the Cultural Resources Management Program, such as the need for processes, rules and practices specific to the host organisation. I feel this practicum has been a great and invaluable opportunity for me and it was an experience that will help me in the future to become more successful in the field I have chosen and will support me in my professional life.”
If you are interested in setting up a practicum, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultural Resource Management Diploma
PSC in Collections Management
PSC in Visitor and Community Engagement
If you believe you are ready to graduate in Fall 2022, the deadline to apply is July 15th, 2022.
To apply you will need to complete an application to graduate and pay the fee. Please also check the website for other information including how to get your degree mailed to you (if you are not planning to attend the ceremony in person). If you are a concurrent student completing both your Diploma and your PSC CM please check in with the program coordinator prior to applying to graduate.
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