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This fully online program gives you personalized learning experiences and flexibility to set your own schedule as you explore our multimedia curriculum, complete with videos, forums and chat rooms. Whether you’re looking to improve your workplace performance, increase your chances of career advancement or pave your way into the industry, our program can help you get there.
Selkirk College’s Hairstylist Program provides you with knowledge and skills to turn your creative edge into a lasting career with limitless opportunity. Our Hairstylist Foundation Program uses highly experienced, supportive instructors to develop an intimate learning environment that teaches the required classroom theory and hands-on training.
Our program will support you in developing the confidence, knowledge and skills required to provide safe care and contribute to the physical, emotional, and social well-being of clients in a variety of health care settings. As a graduate, you will be a respected member of the health care team and work under the direction and supervision of a health professional.
In our on-site, real-world shop, you’ll apply your knowledge and learn the mechanics of trucks, commercial transport vehicles and heavy equipment. This nine-month program prepares students for entry level positions as apprentices in four trades: Truck and Transport Mechanic, Diesel Engine Mechanic, Transport Trailer Technician and Heavy Duty Equipment Technician. You'll engage in a variety of classroom and shop activities, learning theoretical principles of vehicle mechanics in the classroom.
Take this program for the simple love of history—or to get started on years one and two of your bachelor’s degree in history. You’ll get two years of university level, fully transferable courses that fulfill most, if not all, of the requirements for third-year entry into a history major or honours program. Apply your knowledge to your future career through being able to identify and address historical problems in any given situation. History is more relevant than you may think—let us show you why.
As a Human Services Diploma graduate, you will work with a variety of community members in this caring profession. These programs provide the second year of training in a specific human services field, and prepare students for work in a variety of multi-disciplinary settings.
Our nationally-accredited Integrated Environment Planning (IEP) diploma program offers diverse and complimentary courses that prepare you for professional opportunities in land-use planning, environmental management and environmental technology. This program transfers to several Canadian universities offering entry into a variety of degree programs.
Learning to understand and speak more than one language is considered an important part of a broad liberal arts and sciences education. We offer beginner and intermediate French and Spanish courses.
The Law and Justice studies program will provide you with all of the courses you need in order to be prepared for entrance into law school or an advanced legal program of your choice including paralegal, criminology and justice studies.
Pursue a number of passions and develop a strong academic foundation in the Liberal Arts and Sciences diploma program. A Liberal Arts and Sciences education allows you to learn across a diverse field of subjects in the humanities, social sciences and hard sciences. You will develop the broad base of knowledge and skills that employers are looking for, including critical thinking, analytical reasoning, problem solving, effective communication and ethical judgment. Your courses are also all fully transferable into three- and four-year university degree programs within BC, Canada and abroad.