Join a community of life-long learners with Selkirk's Continuing Education. Explore our flexible adult learning options and find the path that's best for you. With CE at Selkirk, you can:
Take individual courses or complete a certificate program
Enroll in seminars and workshops
Attend conferences and events
Have courses contract training or first aid courses custom designed for you and your workplace
Contact a Community Education Coordinator in your area or view courses and register online here.
Interested in teaching a CEWT course? Submit your workshop proposal or expression of interest in teaching one of our current courses.
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.
Learn more about Contract Training.
Canada Job Grant
Building Skills for Business Success
The Canada Job Grant provides funding to offset up to two-thirds of training costs for existing or prospective employees to a maximum of $10,000 per employee.
How Job Grants Help Business
Build a knowledgeable and skilled workforce
Increase business productivity and profits
Acquire and retain skilled employees
Selkirk College is an established training specialist in
Essential skills training
Business, management and leadership education
What We Offer
Seven locations throughout the West Kootenay and Boundary region
Hundreds of courses and short-term certificate programs
Capability to rapidly customize training to suit your organization and your budget
For assistance in navigating the Job Grant application process please contact Carol Currie. To learn more about how Selkirk College's Community Education and Workplace Training can help develop your workforce, contact your local Community Education and Workplace Training Coordinator.
Learn more about Canada Job Grant employer and participant eligibility, application forms and other frequently asked questions.