Library Technician Post Diploma Certificate

About the Program

The library technicians post-diploma certificate is a part time program designed for library technicians seeking continuing education opportunities that directly address issues relating to their profession. Offered jointly with the Library and Information Technology and Continuing Studies departments, this program is specifically designed to meet the needs of working professionals.  All courses are offered over 8 weeks online. The program is delivered jointly with the Library and Information Technology and Continuing Studies  Departments.

For more information, contact Noreen Dragani at 604-854-4582 or 1-888-504-7441, local 4582, or by email at

This is a cost recovery program and fees for course is $359.00 per course (fees subject to change) plus any texts and ancillary fees which can be seen at: .  Students are eligible for services including the library, advising, career centre, student society and more.  Courses are worth 2 academic credits each.

Like many BC post secondary schools, UFV no longer accepts credit cards for tuition payments but payments can be easily made through bank transfer, cheque or cash. 

For information see:

How to apply

Applications are accepted on a continuous basis.  Submit the application fee ($45), along with your UFV application for admission form, to the Office of the Registrar (OReg) office. Application forms are available from any OReg or Student Services office. You can also print an application form from our website at, or you can apply directly through the internet at   (UFV Office of the Registrar, 33844 King Road, Abbotsford, BC V2S 7M8).

For more details on applying to UFV go to


Currently, there are five courses available and they do NOT have to be completed in any specific order.  To see upcoming course offerings, check the UFV timetable:
To see official course outlines go to:

LIBT 380:  Emergent Library Technologies
LIBT 381: Leadership for Library Technicians
LIBT 382: Promotional Planning for Library Technicians
LIBT 383: Diversity in the Workplace
LIBT 385:Information Rights: Privacy and Freedom

For detailed information on the courses please go to: Library and Information Technology

Last updated August 2012


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