Yukon College Pelly Crossing

Pelly Crossing Campus

Pelly Crossing Campus

History

The Pelly Crossing Campus was established in 1985. In 1996, the Pelly Crossing Elders gave the campus its Northern Tutchone name Het sedan Ku which translates to “Learning House”. 

Over the years the campus has moved from the old Selkirk First Nation Administration building, to the community hall, a college trailer, and finally to a brand new campus in 2011. In August of that year the new 1.4 million facility was officially opened to meet the educational needs of the Pelly Crossing citizens and residents of the area. The new campus is situated next to the Eliza Van Bibber School.


Amenities

  • Distance learning courses
  • Community computer/internet access
  • Hosting community dinner and lunch meetings

Distance & Online Learning

A wide variety of adult upgrading, video-conference, and online courses are available to students at the campus, allowing students to pursue full-time or part-time Yukon College programs.


Ondemand Programs & Courses

The Pelly Campus offers a wide variety of programs designed to meet students’ needs in career preparation and in the labor market, including:

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Academic Upgrading
  • Workplace Essential skills i.e. Home Maintainer and Outdoor Power Equipment Programs
  • Youth Employment Strategy Program (YES) provides students with job placements within the local business community
  • Arts, Culture & Business Project, participants learn traditional skills as well as marketing strategies.
  • Master Gardener Course,
  • Heavy Equipment Operator
  • First Aid
  • New Driver Training
  • ENFORM Chainsaw
  • Initial Attack Fire Fighting
  • Carpentry Apprenticeship
  • Extensive Mine training
  • Entry Level Oil and Gas courses

The Pelly Campus is indeed a busy place!