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Get started on your career, the Carpentry Foundation program starts February 2015.
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Start classes this winter 2015.
If you are ready to start college classes this winter, we have a variety of programs in arts, sciences, trades, business, health services and many more.
Enroll in life-long learning today.
With a huge variety of courses and many certificate programs available, you can achieve professional upgrading, career development, explore a topic of interest or start a brand new career.
Classroom & Community Support Worker
Start a rewarding career supporting others.
As a Classroom and Community Support Worker, you'll work with children and adults living with disabilities, their families, teachers and other support professionals.
health care assistant students
Become a valued health care professional.
Are you interested in becoming a front-line health care worker and assisting clients with their personal care, nutrition and mobility?
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Find inspiration with new Studio Arts Diploma.
Pursue an education at Nelson's Kootenay Studio Arts with more pathways starting this fall. Explore the new two-year diploma program or the Open Studio Advanced Certificate.
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At Selkirk College, many of the success stories begin in the Adult Basic Education Program where the proper tools are provided to achieve success in the classroom. A recent grad of the Nursing Program, Daniel Leslie is one of those stories that grew out of the educational seeds planted in ABE.
Getting on the right career path that provides fulfillment can often be a daunting task for those looking to pursue their dreams. At Selkirk College, many of the success stories begin in the Adult Basic Education Program where the proper tools are provided to achieve success in the classroom. A recent grad of the Nursing Program, Daniel Leslie is one of those stories that grew out of the educational seeds planted in ABE.
The Shambhala Music & Performance Hall on Nelson's Tenth Street Campus will come alive with the local production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch in February.
The Shambhala Music & Performance Hall on Nelson's Tenth Street Campus will come alive with the local production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch in February. The local production of the popular Broadway musical features three Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program students who are taking what they are learning in the classroom to the next level.

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Feb. 02

Metal Fabricator, Carpenter Foundation and Electrical Foundation Programs start - tuition and...
Join in on this weeks fitness challenge - wall sits!
Join us for Yoga classes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from noon to 1 pm.

amnesty film fest the secret trial feb 5 at 7 pmcareer fair
top chef 2015
naomi klein