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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?
health and safety worker
Enrol in life-long learning today.
Earn your citation in Integrated Worksite Health & Safety and gain the knowledge to evaluate the needs of your company and deliver a suitable health and wellness program.
esthetics student in salon classroom
Start a Career in Beauty & Cosmetics.
Become a professional Esthetician. Learn the latest industry techniques for a wide range of treatments with hands-on training in our salon.
studio arts diploma student creating art
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.
selkirk college cook student with prepared banquet meal
Get started in a career that interests you.
Earn your Professional Cook approved certification in a live kitchen environment providing services for banquet guests, competitions and in Scholars Dining Room.


& Notable
As part of British Columbia's Skills for Jobs Blueprint, Selkirk College will receive funding for an additional 54 training spaces to increase access and help reduce waitlists for trades critical to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) and other industries.
In order to address projected shortfalls in trades that are vital to British Columbia's future, the provincial government has made funding available for three important programs based out of Nelson's Silver King Campus.
The Kootenay Studio Arts (KSA) at Selkirk College Campus will open its doors to the public as part of the annual Columbia Basin Culture Tour which takes place on August 9 and 10.
Bringing together the incredible wealth of talent in the region, the Columbia Basin Culture Tour will provide an intimate look at artists at work on the August 9 and 10 weekend. Selkirk College will play a role in the annual event by opening the doors of its Kootenay Studio Arts Campus in Nelson's historic downtown core.


At Selkirk

Aug. 04

BC Day, college is closed for a STAT day.

Aug. 05

Carpenter Foundation Program commences - tuition and student fees are due.
Electrical Foundation Program commences - tuition and student fees due.