Frequently Asked Questions

Below you'll find answers to some commonly asked questions about Professional Studies & Industry Training (ProSIT) and the services we offer.

Please click the question to view the answer.

Courses & Registration

  1. Login or create a student profile account here. If you are creating an account for the first time under 'I am a new user' enter your email, click 'Create Account', and follow the prompts.
  2. Locate the class that you want to register by browsing the Programs page or search for a course here. Open the course page.
  3. If there are open sections they will appear on the right side of the screen under Course Details. If the course isn't open for registration, please join its interest list.
  4. Click on the green Click to Register button and then add the course to your cart.
  5. Check out using a credit card or online debit (TD Bank and RBC only). We cannot accept cash, cheques or in-person debit.
Congratulations! The course should now appear on your Student Profile. To register using the StrongerBC future skills grant or to register an employee on their behalf, please see below.

To enroll your employee in a ProSIT course, download the Employer Sponsorship form here. Fill out the form and send the completed version to

ProSIT is excited to offer many types of customized training solutions for you and your organization. Please reach out to to discuss your requirements and we will work with you to design the course your team needs.

If you are a current Camosun student you will need to set up an X number in addition to your C number. The X number is used for the Professional Studies and Industry Training (ProSIT) login. The C number is used for all other Camosun courses through mycamosun found at

In most cases, you do not need prerequisites for non-credentialed ProSIT courses. However, please read the course descriptions carefully as some do require specialized certification or contain recommendations for a certain skill level or knowledge, without which the student would be at a disadvantage.

International students are eligible for almost all ProSIT courses and do not have to pay any additional international fees. The only exception to this is nautical courses, as Transport Canada requires students to be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident in order to certify them.

Please note that ProSIT cannot provide study permits. If you have not yet arrived in Canada, please contact Camosun International through their contact page for assistance.

The minimum age is 16 unless specified otherwise. Exceptions to this policy can be made at the discretion of the Director or designate. Please email to request an exception.

Our policy is to accept registrations on the first-come, first-servied basis which applied to the receipt of tuition fees. However if a course is full, a person's name will be placed on a wait list. If the wait list is sufficiently large and additional instructors and facilities are available, another section of the course may be added. All those on the wait list will be contacted by email with details. The first-come, first-served rule applies in this situation.

Should a place become available in the course, the first person on the wait list is contacted and offered the place. Only one attempt to contact will be made to each person on the interest list. If that person cannot be contacted the next person in line is contacted. If you are offered a seat, please phone 250-370-4563 to register over the phone using a credit card.

This class may be in the process of being scheduled. Please join the course interest list and we will contact you once the course is open for registration.

When you are ready to register for a course you can use a credit card or TD debit card or RBC debit card to pay online. We cannot accept cash, cheques or in-person debit.

If your employer is paying for the course, they can fill out the Employer Sponsorship Form that can be found here. This form can be submitted to

If you would like to use the StrongerBC Future Skills Grant towards your tuition, please complete this form. For more information on the StrongerBC Future Skills Grant, visit here.

Unfortunately, no. Except for programs requiring a commitment fee, you will not have your registration confirmed until payment is received in full.

We make every effort to avoid doing this, but occasionally it is necessary. Should this happen, we will reach out to the email address provided on the student account. If this is not acceptable to you, a full refund will be issued.

A minimum enrollment is required to recover the full costs of providing the course. When a course fails to reach this minimum we reluctantly cancel it. We do this at least five working days before the course start date. This enables us to contact the registrants and provide a refund, or if available, offer them a transfer to a later course. It is important that you provide your contact information when registering so that we can contact you without delay.

To withdraw from a course, login to your student profile and navigate to My Enrollment History from the Student Portal.

If a withdraw box appears next to your current course, you are eligible to withdraw from it with a 100% refund. A 100% refund is provided up to seven (7) calendar days prior to the start date of the course. No refunds are provided after this date.

If you need to transfer from a course, contact us at

StrongerBC future skills grant

When you have found an eligible course you would like to take, download the application form here. Once you have completed all fields, please email it to The application form must be submitted and approved to receive the grant.

A Personal Education Number (PEN) is a nine-digit number assigned to you when you entered the British Columbia school system. Please note that a student ID number is not a PEN. You may have a PEN if you:

  • Attended a BC K-12 school since 1993, or
  • Wrote a provincial exam since 1986, or
  • Attended a BC Public Post-Secondary Institution since 1998

To retrieve your PEN:

For more information about PEN, please contact the BC Government PEN Coordinator at If you did not attend school in BC, please email

Yes, we are happy to reimburse you. Please reach out to to process your request.

Yes, both are viable options for covering the remaining training costs.

Download the Employer Sponsorship form here and have your employer fill it out. Please indicate the remaining cost in the 'Fee' field. Once complete, please email the form to

To make use of any Professional Development benefits from your workplace, please adhere to the instructions specific to your workplace.


Please browse the courses on the Program page here or search for a course here. If you still cannot find it, please contact to inquire as our courses go under revision and review from time to time.

Go to the Student Portal. Click on Forgot User Name or Forgot Password. An auto-generated email will be sent to you with the link. If you do not see the email in a few minutes, please check your junk folder.

You can reset your password or User Name at anytime at the Student Portal.

  • Enter your username which begins with an 'X'. This is your student number (example: X000123) and can be found on your Registration Receipt. If you still cannot find it, you can recover your User Name by clicking the Forgot User Name feature.
  • Once you have your User Name, click the Forgot Password feature and an auto-generated email will be sent to you with the link. If you do not see the email in a few minutes, please check your junk folder.

Please reach out to to request duplicate copies of ProSIT issued certificates, confirmations of attendance or completion and assessment forms.

Student Information

Room assignments for ProSIT courses may be listed on your registration receipt. If you don't have your receipt with you, or you wish to confirm room assignment, please email

View campus maps online here.

Parking rates and services for Interurban and Lansdowne campuses are in effect Monday to Saturday, 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. Sunday has free parking.

  • 4 hours: $3.25 for 4 hours
  • Full day: $6.50
  • Weekly: $32.50 per week
  • Montly: $130 per month
Please be advised that parking fees are subject to change. For more information, visit Camosun College's website here.

Parking at the Camosun Coastal Centre is free for all instructors and course participants.

View cafeteria services for the Lansdowne campus here and for the Interurban campus here. Please be advised that the Camosun Coastal Centre does not have food services on location.

Tax Information

For courses that are GST exempt and cost more than $100, and official tax receipt (T2202) will be available in February. Please note that the course must be used to obtain skills for, or improve skills in an occupation. Learn more at the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) website here.

To obtain your T2202:

  1. Go to your student profile.
  2. Confirm that you provided your SIN during your registration. As of 2019 tax year, the CRA requires your SIN to be on the T2202.
  3. Click on Tax Receipt to print and review your form.

Still have questions?

If you have a question that you can't find the answer to, please email or phone us at 250-370-4563.


We are especially grateful to live, work, and play on the traditional territories of the Lekwungen (Songhees, Esquimalt), Malahat, Pacheedaht, Scia'new, T'Sou-ke, and WSÁNEĆ (Pauquachin, Tsartlip, Tsawout, Tseycum) peoples. We acknowledge their welcome and graciousness to the students who seek knowledge here.

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