Education Assistant Program

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The Education Assistant program is dedicated to offering adult learners quality educational programs that prepare teacher assistants to support student learning and involvement in the context of the school and classroom. All avenues to provide flexible, accessible learning opportunities that meet community and individual needs will be explored and offered when possible.

Do you have questions regarding the program? Please read through our Frequently Asked Questions Guide provided below or contact the ECEC/EA office in Fort St. John by email at ece-ea-office@nlc.bc.ca

For program information and course descriptions visit the Education Assistant Program Page or to see information on the EA Diploma please see the Education Assistant Diploma Page.

Application Items

EA Application Package

NLC Application for Admissions

Certificate of Health

Application for Writing Assessment

Transfer Credit Application

2017-2018 Annual Course Offerings

2017-2018 EA and ECEC Course Price List

NLC eCRC Information and Instructions

EDAS Completion Plan Grids














Important Information

Frequently Asked Questions Guide (FAQ)

Behaviour Intervention Specialty with Douglas College

Payment Through Online Banking Instructions

Link to Standard Student Form

Sponsor Request to Invoice

Prerequisite Waiver Form

Consent for Release of Confidential Information















Registration

2018 Fall Registration has started -Check when you can register on your Web Advisor!
As of February 1st, 2018
- the deposit for your courses per each term is $250.00 (for 1-5 courses); this amount will save your seat in each course and also be applied to the full tuition amount. The remaining amount of tuition and fees is required to be paid by the first day of class or prior.

Your "Registration Opening" Date and Time will be posted on your Web Advisor - follow the 'step-by-step instructions' below. 

Students should familiarize themselves with the Web Advisor system. Please refer to these step-by-step instructions on registering and paying for courses using Web Advisor. All continuing and new students will have specific registration dates and times given to them by the Registrar. You can find your date and time through your Web Advisor account; under Academic Profile – “When can I register?”. You can register for courses at that date and time (you can register at any time after this date until registration closes) If you do not see a date provided, please contact the ECEC/EA Office. For assistance in accessing your Web Advisor, go to Accessing Courses and Grades

Need help with registration? The  Registration Guide will answer

most of your questions, but if you need further help email: studenthelp@nlc.bc.ca

We are still accepting course registration forms and payments through student services if you are not able to complete registration online.

Registration Guide

Academic Planning

Teleconferencing Schedule

Textbook List and Order Form

Courses Requiring Access to Children

Accessing Courses and Grades (D2L and Webadvisor)

Financial Aid, Awards, and Bursaries

Education Pathways

New and Returning Student Orientation

Course Registration Form














































Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)

 For more information on Prior Learning Assessment and  
Recognition (PLAR), please contact the ECE/EA Office

ece-ea-office@nlc.bc.ca 









EA Practicum Information and Forms

EA General Practicum Handbook

Quick Steps and Facts for Organizing a Practicum at NLC

Form 1: EDAS 152 Practicum Proposal Form (PPF)

Form 2: EDAS 153 Practicum Proposal Form (PPF)

Form 3: NLC Practicum Placement Agreement Form (PPAF)

EDAS 152 School Mentor Guide

EDAS 153 School Mentor Guide