The Hairstylist Program at Selkirk College prepares it's students for working in, and running a hairdressing salon.  Through out this program, students will learn both the theoretical and practical skills that are required to receive a Selkirk College Diploma and an ITA Certification of Completion of Hairstylist Foundation Program. It requires a high degree of personal dedication to be successful in this course.  

Students engage in a variety of classroom and shop activities. Theoretical principles of construction are learned in the classroom, while the majority of the time is spent in the shop where students learn and gain mastery of practical carpentry skills. Early activities include the fabrication of small projects where students learn safe practices, proper tool use and fundamental construction techniques. Gradually, students build structures of increased complexity that simulate real-world construction scenarios. Students learn to lay out buildings and to construct concrete formwork, floors, walls, roofs, and stairs in compliance with BC Building Code standards

Students engage in a variety of classroom and shop activities. Theoretical principles of construction are learned in the classroom, while the majority of the time is spent in the shop where students learn and gain mastery of practical carpentry skills. Early activities include the fabrication of small projects where students learn safe practices, proper tool use and fundamental construction techniques. Gradually, students build structures of increased complexity that simulate real-world construction scenarios. Students learn to lay out buildings and to construct concrete formwork, floors, walls, roofs, and stairs in compliance with BC Building Code standards

This site will be used to supplement the in-class learning component. Here you will find useful information and links to additional resources. Some or all of the class tests could be conducted in this site.

The Hairstylist Program at Selkirk College prepares it's students for working in, and running a hairdressing salon.  Through out this program, students will learn both the theoretical and practical skills that are required to receive a Selkirk College Diploma and an ITA Certification of Completion of Hairstylist Foundation Program. It requires a high degree of personal dedication to be successful in this course.