TRU January to March course offerings

Thompson Rivers University in Barriere is offering a wide selection of courses for those wanting to learn something new

It’s that time of year again, when Thompson Rivers University (TRU) in Barriere is offering a wide selection of courses for those wanting to learn something new, or expand on what they’ve already learned. In the field of the arts, there are courses on knitting, painting, pottery, clay sculpting, and writing. There are the usual First Aid and Food Safe courses, as well as various trade related courses including Chainsaw Basics, Wildland Fire Safety, and Using Social Media in Business. For a full list of the courses available, drop by the Barriere TRU office at 4629 Barriere Town Road and pick up your copy of their Live & Learn TRU Community U course booklet, or have a chat with the Community U Coordinator, Susan Ross.  You can also go online to: www.tru.ca/communityu.

 

 

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