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  • Enjoy the benefits of smaller class sizes.
    Enjoy the benefits of smaller class sizes.

    Work closely with your clients to brighten their future.

  • Getting creative with learning.
    Getting creative with learning.

    Contribute to a meaningful part of your community.

  • Be a positive influence in other's lives.
    Be a positive influence in other's lives.

    You will become skilled in a diverse field.

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Enrolment Officer
Phone: 1.888.953.1133
Direct: 250.365.7292
School Chair, School of Health and Human Services
Phone: 1.888.953.1133 x21458

Further Your Training

SPECTRUM: Lifespan Autism Resources & Training is an exciting, innovative online course. Increase your awareness and understanding of practical resources and approaches for support in schools, home and community.


Program At-A-Glance

Length of Study: 
9-Month / 2 year
Certificate / Diploma

In the News

International Education Conference Welcomes Selkirk College SPECTRUM

An innovative online course offering resources about Autism Spectrum Disorder developed at Selkirk College appeared before a world audience at the Hawaii International Conference on Education taking place this January. Barely a year after SPECTRUM launched, hundreds of people in the West Kootenay and across the country have taken advantage of the Lifespan Autism Resources & Training according to Selkirk College instructor Jane Green, one of the driving forces behind the project.

Selkirk College Alumni Finds New Career Connecting to Community

You may recognize John Ryan as leader of the Moving Mosaic Samba Band. The band plays traditional Brazilian rhythms at festivals around the West Kootenay, connecting with community its mission. Just a few years ago, Ryan took this mission to heart as he sought out a new path.

Selkirk College Classroom & Community Support Worker Program Celebrates Diverse Abilities with Imagine...

Fostering inclusive community is important to students in the Classroom & Community Support Worker (CCSW) Program at Selkirk College. As they learn skills to help them work with people with differing abilities in both classroom and community contexts, advocating for those they support is paramount.