These are mandatory and all come with course.
The Early Childhood Care and Education Program has built its program values on three of the four Selkirk College Pillars of Success:
ECCE students learn how to develop programs and create environments that are child-centred, nurturing and rich with potential for early development.
Learners will be prepared to work with young children and their families in a variety of exciting and rewarding roles.
They will be able to participate in the planning and delivery of programs that focus upon healthy child development and develop relationships within the field of early care and learning.
By entering the ECCE program, students choose a flexible career path with many options.
After the completion of the Certificate Program, graduates can choose to work in a variety of settings or attend a second year to complete their Human Services Diploma.
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,792|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$5,220|
Applicants who lack the specific English admission requirements may still gain admission to the program with the understanding that they will successfully complete ENGL 66 Essential English course in the first year of their program.
This course must be completed to advance beyond 30 program credits.
The Academic English program allows students to build their English language skills and earn credits that can be used to transfer into a Selkirk College diploma or university transfer program.
No minimum TOEFL or IELTS score is needed for entry into the English Language Program.
Business English (advanced)
|Includes 1-3 approved college classes|
Each ELP level takes approximately 4 months. (1 semester) to complete.
Each semester has 2 modules (7-8 weeks)
Note: First-time applicants may be required to take the College Readiness Tool (CRT).
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