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Rapid Skilling

The Digital Lift Rapid Skilling program is designed to help individuals to break into the tech sector by learning in-demand tech skills. Each course will be 6-12 weeks long. Learn more about Reskilling and Careers in Tech here

Artificial Intelligence Course

In this 5 week part time course you will discover and apply the transformative power of generative AI, such as ChatGPT, through practical, hands-on learning and case studies. The course includes the following units:

  • Artificial Intelligence Foundations
  • Generative AI & Prompt Engineering
  • Business Applications & Problem Solving With AI

The course tuition is fully subsidized, provided candidates meet the eligibility requirements below and have been accepted into the program.

Registration is now CLOSED.


  • You must be a Resident of British Columbia.
    • You must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or a protected person entitled to work in Canada.
    • Please note: Temporary foreign workers, international students, working holiday visas, or other temporary residents are unfortunately NOT eligible to participate
  • Preference is given to individuals who are unemployed or underemployed.
    • Underemployed is categorized as working less than 20 hours a week. This can be at a casual, seasonal, or part-time job.
    • If you are self-employed, you must be working part-time or casual hours (less than 20 hours a week)

This course is presented in partnership with:

C.O.D.E. Initiative

In partnership with the C.O.D.E. Initiative, BC Tech is excited to provide funding for neurodivergent students to explore the world of technology and coding.

The C.O.D.E. Initiative is a registered non-profit organization with a mission to provide accessible and inclusive coding and STEM opportunities to neurodiverse individuals.

Traditional education systems often cannot provide the personalized support that neurodiverse individuals require, and are tailored only to the success of neurotypical individuals.  Additionally, the cost of learning services for neurodiverse learners is high, while availability is low, putting these valuable services out-of-reach for many who could benefit from them.

C.O.D.E. offers neurodiverse students a learning structure of combined 1-on-1 tutoring & group-work, promoting dynamic play and social resilience that will help them learn and grow professionally and interpersonally.   The program is mutually beneficial to the students and the tech sector as a whole.  Part of C.O.D.E.’s mission is to increase diversity in the tech sector through the inclusion and celebration of neurodiverse voices.

Specialized curriculum design combined with a strong network of teachers result in a learning environment tailored to the needs and strengths of differently-abled youth.

Registration is now CLOSED.

This course is presented in partnership with

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