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  • Build your skills
    Build your skills

    Get started on your career.

  • Gain practical on-site work experience
    Gain practical on-site work experience

    Acquire the skills that will put at the top of your game.

  • Solve problems from the inside out
    Solve problems from the inside out

    Your work as a carpenter will be in high demand, giving your career high earning & growth potential.

  • Work as part of a team
    Work as part of a team

    Build solid foundations in your career and community.

Program At-A-Glance

Length of Study: 
24-Week
Accreditation: 
Certificate
Campus: 
Silver King, Nelson

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Students and staff at the Selkirk College Silver King Campus are preparing for a new learning era in Nelson courtesy of a major project that is refreshing the aging facility. One of the most visible elements of the renewal project has now started to take shape.

Students and staff at the Selkirk College Silver King Campus are preparing for a new learning era in Nelson courtesy of a major project that is refreshing the aging facility. One of the most visible elements of the renewal project has now started to take shape.

A trade that has a multitude of career paths, carpentry is key to building a stronger province. For those wanting to start a pathway towards a rewarding trade, the Carpentry Foundation Program is now accepting applications for the August 8 intake at Nelson's Silver King Campus.

Connecting individuals who are seeking new careers to the education and background then need to succeed, the Selkirk College Pathways to Employment in Trades & Industry Program brought together 16 students for a 19-week exploration of exciting opportunities.

Connecting individuals who are seeking new careers to the education and background then need to succeed, the Selkirk College Pathways to Employment in Trades & Industry Program brought together 16 students for a 19-week exploration of exciting opportunities.

As the British Columbia economy continues to grow and the need for skilled workers increases, the Provincial Government has invested in the post-secondary education required to be successful.

As the British Columbia economy continues to grow and the need for skilled workers increases, the Provincial Government has invested in the post-secondary education required to be successful.