The Open Education Consortium (OEC) has recognized the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) for its creation of a faculty development program in collaboration with the Universidad de Guadalajara (UdeG) in Mexico. “The program drew on JIBC’s strengths in using technology to enhance student access to post-secondary education,” she said. “The international collaboration was particularly rewarding as we discovered two very different educational institutions from different countries and cultures share many similar challenges when it comes to faculty development.” Read the full article….
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Picture it as mountains of highly detailed information. It’s largely out of the public eye, but it’s used to shape policy that will affect you and me. Making sense of that information is known as “intelligence analysis,” and it’s a skill used to combat cybercrime, bank fraud and terrorism. The Justice Institute of B.C. (JIBC), a post-secondary school based in New Westminster, B.C., is at the forefront of this relatively new field in Canada, offering two graduate certificates, one in … Continued
Criminal and Social Justice Diploma graduates from Okanagan College will be able to continue their studies into JIBC’s Bachelor of Law Enforcement Studies starting in September 2016. Read more…..
Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) has launched its new Strategic Plan that will guide the Institute over the next five years. To realize JIBC’s revised vision and mission, the plan outlines the Institute’s four strategic priorities over the next five years: Be relevant and impactful. Increase engagement and awareness. Create exceptional environments. Be effective and accountable Read more…..
JIBC signs Colleges and Institutes Canada’s Indigenous Education Protocol. On January 23, Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) signed Colleges and Institutes Canada’s (CICan) historic Indigenous Education Protocol. This aspirational document reaffirms the Institute’s commitment to Indigenous education and provides a vision of how it will strive to improve and better serve Indigenous peoples. Read more…..
Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) was recently recognized as one of Canada’s top post-secondary institutions for research. JIBC ranked 23rd on this year’s list of Canada’s Top 50 Research Colleges compiled by Research Infosource Inc. In fiscal 2013, JIBC attracted more than $2.4 million in research funding, a four per cent increase from the $2.3 million in research funding attracted in 2012. BCIT and Camosun College were the other two B.C. post-secondary institutions ranked on the list this year. Read more…..
Fire Fighting Technologies Certificate to replace the Career Fire Fighter Pre-Employment Certificate Future firefighters have a new program to gain the skills needed to be a sought-after fire service recruit. Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is accepting applications for its new Fire Fighting Technologies Certificate (FFTC). The new program succeeds JIBC’s longstanding Career Fire Fighter Pre-Employment Certificate Program, which recently graduated its one-hundredth class. “The Fire Fighting Technologies Certificate is an updated career fire fighter program that was developed … Continued
Support from RBC has helped build much-needed first-responder capacity in rural and Aboriginal communities in B.C. “In many rural, remote and access-challenged communities across B.C., there is a demonstrated need for additional first responders who can provide much-needed emergency medical assistance to those who may have extended ambulance response and transport times to hospitals and clinics,” said Jodie Marshall, JIBC Health Sciences Division Program Manager. Read more….
Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is accepting applications for its new Bachelor of Law Enforcement Studies (BLES) program that gives prospective recruits a competitive edge by providing the complex skills needed in today’s police officers. “The program is the first of its kind in Western Canada,” said Mike Trump, Dean of the School of Criminal Justice and Security at JIBC. “It was developed to provide the latest techniques and necessary skills to deal with the growing sophistication of crime and the increasing complexity of … Continued
Simulation Training and Exercise Collaboratory SIMTEC is a multi-year research project which will assist Emergency Operation Centre (EOC) personnel to develop a more considered approach of the psychosocial dimensions of CBRNE and other hazardous events. Download pdf report JIBC SIMTEC