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Upgrade your credentials for access into the Practical Nursing program or take a course to explore and expand your knowledge of community health.
Looking for health-related programs and courses?
We are dedicated to preparing you for a career in health care, outreach, and community engagement. Our students lead by example and with perseverance. If you'd like to take a Health course, check out any of these related programs.
A number of Health courses are open to all Camosun students and transfer as university credits. The HLTH 112 and HLTH 113 courses bring forward concepts of personal wellbeing and traditional healing systems.
Faculty Profile Tommy Happynook
cha chim heyhak kwa. My name is hii ni nah sim. My English name is Tommy Happynook Jr. I am nuu chah nulth from the huu ay aht First Nations and I come from the house of cha cha tsii us. I grew up in Coast Salish territory, WJOLELP (Brentwood Bay), and am very thankful for the hospitality that my family received. I currently live in Lkwungen territory with my wife aa saa wis (Carly) and son ha wilth win is (Mahihkan).
I began my academic journey at Camosun before transferring to the University of Victoria where I earned a B.A. and M.A. in Anthropology. I am very happy to be teaching in the Indigenous College Prep, Indigenous Family Support, and Indigenous Studies programs. I am very grateful that I can give back to a department that supported me as a new student.
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