BVC partners with ICTC to Develop Student Work-Integrated Learning Program

September 18, 2017

Bow Valley College has partnered with the Information and Communications Technology Council to launch a new digital Work-Integrated Learning program. The program, called WIL Digital, is the product of a collaboration between BVC, ICTC, and industry partners to create educational programs that address industry needs in the digital economy. The new initiative will help bolster the MOU signed between BVC and the ICTC to develop a two-year software development diploma. “The ICTC partnership will open doors for Bow Valley College learners and help employers secure the talent they need to compete in the digital economy,” said Cherylyn Cameron, Dean of the School of Creative Technologies at BVC. BVC