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Programs & Courses
  • Gain entry-level positions as Industrial Mechanics and Machinists.

  • Work with manufacturing and resource development firms.

  • Learn the principles of both trades in the classroom and put them into practice in our shops.

  • Earn Level One and Two of your technical training.

Program At-A-Glance

Length of Study: 
9-Month
Accreditation: 
Certificate
Campus: 
Silver King, Nelson

In the News

For high school students in the West Kootenay interested in a career in trades, the Youth Explore Trades Sampler is a program that gets learners involved in hands-on training and provides a vital snapshot into a vareity of different options.

For high school students in the West Kootenay interested in a career in trades, the Youth Explore Trades Sampler is a program that gets learners involved in hands-on training and provides a vital snapshot into a vareity of different options.

With the Silver King Campus renewal project finishing up the shop renovation phase, students and instructors are setting into a new learning environment that helps learners reach their trades training goals.

With the Silver King Campus renewal project finishing up the shop renovation phase, students and instructors are setting into a new learning environment that helps learners reach their trades training goals.

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.

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.