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Programs & Courses
Plant Operator classes begin March 24, 2015.
Learn how to monitor and control equipment and processing units in large industrial plants.
Build Your Skills
Get started on your career, the Carpentry Foundation program starts February 2015.
Enroll in life-long learning today.
With a huge variety of courses and many certificate programs available, you can achieve professional upgrading, career development, explore a topic of interest or start a brand new career.
Classroom & Community Support Worker
Start a rewarding career supporting others.
As a Classroom and Community Support Worker, you'll work with children and adults living with disabilities, their families, teachers and other support professionals.
health care assistant students
Become a valued health care professional.
Are you interested in becoming a front-line health care worker and assisting clients with their personal care, nutrition and mobility?
studio arts diploma student creating art
Find inspiration with new Studio Arts Diploma.
Pursue an education at Nelson's Kootenay Studio Arts with more pathways starting this fall. Explore the new two-year diploma program or the Open Studio Advanced Certificate.


& Notable
Tina Paterson is one of 50 residents from around the region who has taken advantage of the tuition-free program that aims to get unemployed and under-employed people the training they require to transition into an industry that needs more entry level workers.
In partnership with the federal and provincial governments, Selkirk College has just completed five sessions of the Safety in Resource Industry Forestry Training Program where the success exceeded expectations. The goal of the program is to provide job ready skills to unemployed and under-employed residents of the region so they can fill in-demand jobs in the sector.
Canadian author, entrepreneur and activist Tom Rand is coming to Nelson for an evening of discussion on the threat of climate change and the economic opportunities afforded by the global transformation to a low-carbon economy.
Canadian author Tom Rand is coming to Nelson on March 16 to speak about the dangers of passive denial when it comes to climate change. Taking a proactive approach to finding solutions, the entrepreneur will talk about the positive stories of clean energy abundance. The event is free for Selkirk College students.


At Selkirk

Feb. 28

Nelson actor Sydney Black collaborates with the Selkirk College music students to bring  a...

Mar. 01

Pick-up Basketball every Tuesday and Sunday.
Join in on the volleyball fun every Wednesday and Sunday!

hedwig and the angry inch
career fair
top chef 2015
celebrating diverse ablity
naomi klein
strengthening our relations - aborigianl youth conference