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Think Tank Training Centre is offering an unprecedented 10% discount on our Foundations and Full Online programs, for anyone who enrolls with us between April and June 2020.


How is Think Tank approaching the COVID-19 situation?
All campus classes are currently being delivered online by our instructors and streamed using video conferencing. Think Tank Training Centre has excelled with online learning experience and can assure you all quality is maintained. Due to the current situation with COVID-19 any future start dates are on a current hold. As soon as the situation with COVID-19 passes, classes on campus will return to normal schedules, we are hopeful for the June term start..
Students that consider in-person Mentorship may still apply, but due to the unforeseeable situation, we recommend taking the online Mentorship for the meantime. If you are a student enrolled in an upcoming term,  or have any questions please contact the school for information at

What about my study permit?
If your in-class courses are being moved to an online-only format because of COVID-19, your eligibility for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program won’t be affected. This includes students who have a study permit or who have been approved for a study permit for a program starting in May or June but who are unable to travel to Canada at this time due to travel restrictions. International students in this situation may begin their classes while outside Canada and may complete up to 50% of their program while outside Canada if they cannot travel to Canada sooner.

Will there be any academic concessions for students who are supposed to travel to COVID-19 affected areas as part of their studies and whose programs abroad are cancelled?
Think Tank will work with students on a case-by-case basis to determine how best to support them.
As an international student, what impact does COVID-19 have on my immigration status?
If you’re an international student who has a valid study permit or has been approved for a study permit on or before March 18, 2020, you are exempt from the travel restrictions. Find out what you need before you travel to Canada. When you arrive in Canada, You must have a plan to quarantine for 14 days when you arrive. This is mandatory, even if you have no symptoms. If you don’t have a plan, you’ll be quarantined in a facility designated by the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada. The Government of Canada has advised that all student in possession of a valid study permit will be allowed to enter Canada unhindered. They will have to self isolate for a period of 14 days upon arriving in Canada.
Where can I find support for my mental health during this time?
Here2Talk – 24/7 Student Mental Health Counselling and Referral Service All students currently registered in a B.C. post-secondary institution have access to free, confidential counselling and community referral service, conveniently available 24/7 via app, by phone (1-877-857-3397) and online at
What should I do if someone I know shows symptoms of COVID-19?
We recommend that you visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website for the most up to date information about what to do if you’re sick. The site includes a link to the BC COVID-19 Self Assessment Tool that you can use to help determine if you need further assessment or testing.
If I have traveled abroad, should I remain at home for a period of time, after returning to Canada?
The Government of Canada have advised that Canadians should avoid all non-essential travel at this time. As of March 25, 2020, it’s also mandatory that anyone arriving in British Columbia from outside of Canada self-isolates and monitors their symptoms for 14 days. For more information, please visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website, which includes information about travel and the Quarantine Act.
What is the best way to ensure I get support while travelling to Canada, if it’s required?
The Canadian Government has announced an official global travel advisory to avoid non-essential travel outside of Canada until further notice. For future travel plans, you are advised to consult, the Government of Canada’s official source of destination‑specific travel information. It provides important advice to help travellers make informed decisions and travel safely while abroad.Travellers with Canadian citizenship are advised to register their travel with the Canadian government
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