Douglas College and Selkirk College have both announced new programs. Douglas has launched a Post-Baccalaureate Diploma (PBD) in Advanced Supply Chain Management that will train students to manage supply chains. The two-year diploma will cover a variety of topics, including buying and acquiring product, predicting market demand, and managing supply processes. Selkirk has launched a Blacksmithing & Metal Art Program that will replace its Blacksmithing Studio Program. The Blacksmithing & Metal Art Program will take eight months to complete and will expand upon the Blacksmithing Studio Program’s curriculum. The program is scheduled to start in Fall 2022. Selkirk noted that it is also winding down its Bronze Casting Studio program. Douglas| Selkirk Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.