Join a community of life-long learners with Selkirk College's Community Education & Workplace Training. Explore our flexible adult learning options and find the path that's best for you. Our training can help update your credentials or up the skills of your entire team.
*Update* As British Columbia begins to open its doors, accessibility to first aid training will increase across the province. It is the expectation that those with expired certificates will seek recertification as soon as safe training is available. Meanwhile, to further accommodate physical distancing and safe practices, WorkSafeBC has extended certificates that have an expiry date between March 1, 2020 and August 31, 2020. These certificates will now be acceptable in the workplace for 180 days beyond their original expiry date. If you are unable to recertify immediately, please view these OFA Level 1 videos here, to brush up on your skills. You may find the first aid reference manual here. Certificates will not be reprinted. First Aid Attendants and employers do not need to take any actions to qualify for the extensions. WorkSafeBC will continue to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak and recommendations put forth by federal and provincial agencies, and should additional extensions be required we will release further information and direction at that time.
With CEWT at Selkirk College, you can:
Take individual courses or complete a certificate program
Enrol in seminars and workshops
Attend conferences and events
Have contract training or first aid courses custom designed for you and your workplace
New Learning Terminology
Due to COVID-19, we are planning for a mix in the delivery of courses. Terminology students can expect to hear about includes:
Online – Where students will be provided with content, activities, and evaluation that students can access at flexible times, with due dates for specific activities and evaluations. Students will be able to contact and engage with their instructors and fellow students on our learning management system, Moodle.
Remote – With a schedule (synchronous) where students will be expected to attend classes aided by remote technology such as Zoom. Instructors will provide lectures and other learning activities in real time.
In-person – Where students will attend scheduled on-campus and off-campus applied learning activities related to their program. Examples of these activities include studios, shops, labs, field work, practicum and others.
Hybrid/Blended – Where students will learn with a range of scheduled remote learning, online asynchronously and in-person instruction.
Students should arrive at least 15 minutes before class start time to complete health screening. You will be asked to complete this pre-course self-assessment form upon arrival: Pre-course Self-assessment Form
Register online through the above links or contact CEWT Registration.
Contract Training - Work with us to design, develop and deliver training that will keep you and your team at the top of your game. If the need is to stay current, refresh skills or find a new perspective, we can customize training content and schedule it to fit your needs, goals and budget.
Employer Training Grant - The BC Employer Training Grant (ETG) provides funding to offset up to two-thirds of training costs for existing or prospective employees.
Registration by Employer & Sponsor - Resources on this page help you register a student and allow for release of information regarding completion of credentials.
Professional Development Credits - Stay current in your profession by maintaining your certification with professional development credits earned right here in the West Kootenay - Boundary region.
Project Based Training - providing tuition-free group-based training based on industry need and workforce shortages.
BladeRunners - targetting at-risk youth (15-30 years of age) providing them with basic training designed to facilitate entry into the labour force.
Career Counselling - Selkirk College counsellors assist with career and education decisions.
Craig Andrews Continuing Education Bursary - available to all Continuing Education students across our Campus and Extension Centre locations.
Interested in teaching a CEWT course? Contact a Community Education & Workplace Training Coordinator with your workshop proposal or expression of interest in teaching one of our current courses.