Work Experience recognizes that many adults have gained significant workplace skills and knowledge. This course is intended, in part, to provide students who already have a minimum of 100 hours of paid and/or volunteer work with a framework to recognize and reflect on the work experience. The course includes opportunities to demonstrate knowledge of occupational health and safety, effective communication, and workplace ethics, as well as mastery of technical and applied skills, knowledge, and attitude for success in the workplace.

This is course is recognized as a provincial-level elective toward the BC Adult Graduation Diploma.

Welcome to the trades math learning resource! This resource has been designed to help you brush up your math skills for your chosen trade.

If you need your math prerequisite to get into a course, these units will count towards the Intermediate Math 46 course that you will need.

If you find you need assistance as you are using the material, or want to register for Intermediate Math 46, contact a Selkirk College Upgrading Centre near you. For contact details, click here.


This site is a supplement for on-campus Work 60 offerings.

This is a math course with an applied focus designed for those planning to enter the workforce or take vocational or technical training in the future. An initial review of equations, inequalities and graphing is followed by selected topics covering both consumer and technical math.
This course qualifies for the BC Adult Graduation Diploma.


BIOL 62/63: Provincial Level Biology provides an introduction to cell biology and human physiology. Topics covered include cell biology, mitosis and meiosis, bioenergetics, homeostasis, genetics, respiration, excretion, bones, muscles, nerves, and immunity. This course is designed to build laboratory and field skills, scientific communication skills and critical thinking skills.