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Selkirk College offers a great start to an undergraduate degree in mathematics or statistics. Starting with your first year here at Selkirk, you can go on to most universities and continue into the second year of a mathematics degree. If math isn’t your passion, but you need it for another program or degree you are interested, we offer a variety of courses for non-math types as well.
If you are already studying or working in the human service or health care fields, you can earn an advanced certificate in Mental Health and Additions to take your career to a new level. Focused on the specific needs of clients coping with mental health and addictions, you’ll be versed for a variety of workplace settings and challenges.
This 23-week program prepares learners for entry level positions as metal fabricators employed in fabrication shops associated with manufacturing, shipbuilding, forestry, mining, construction, transportation and oil and gas industries. Students earn Level One technical training credit towards the Metal Fabricator apprenticeship. Additionally, graduates of the program receive credit for 450 work-based hours of the practical on-the-job component of the metal fabricator apprenticeship.
This 36-week or 30-week program prepares learners for entry level positions as apprentice millwrights (Industrial Mechanic) and as apprentice machinists with manufacturing firms and resource development firms. Graduates of the Millwright Machinist 36-week Foundation Program at Selkirk College earn Level One and Level Two technical training credit towards the millwright apprenticeship as well as Level One technical training credit towards the machinist apprenticeship. Graduates of the Millwright Machinist 30-week Foundation Program at Selkirk College earn Level One technical training credit towards the millwright apprenticeship as well as Level One technical training credit towards the machinist apprenticeship.
The Advanced Diploma in Music offers graduates of the Selkirk College Music & Technology program a chance to continue their learning with our expert instructors. Students can take their area of expertise to the next level and further develop their craft honing their skills to the contemporary music industry.
The Selkirk College Music Program has been preparing students for the commercial music and entertainment industry for over 25 years. A diverse cross-section of musical styles is offered allowing students to explore the best that each genre has to offer from rock and blues, to jazz, folk and world music.