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November 10, 2015

Southeast College

Southeast College serves a region of more than 70 communities spread throughout 20,000 square kilometers. With multiple campuses and learning centres throughout the region and surrounding First Nations communities, Southeast College is able to provide full and part-time education to students in Trades, Adult Basic Education, Health Care, Nursing, Early Childhood Education, and Agricultural Focused courses, to name just a few. Through partnerships with post-secondary institutions, the College delivers a variety of career, vocational, and academic programs to meet the economic demands of southeastern Saskatchewan. Additionally, the College serves many business and industry stakeholders by offering numerous business, safety, and... Read more
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November 10, 2015

Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves 28,000 distinct students throughout Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Polytechnic meets the needs of students and companies by offering work-integrated certificate, diploma and degree programs, and apprenticeship training. Saskatchewan Polytechnic engages in applied research and innovation, collaborating with companies to seek solutions to practical problems. Using an entrepreneurial approach for education and skills training Saskatchewan Polytechnic connects the supply and demand sides of Saskatchewan’s labour market.
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November 10, 2015

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT)

Established in 1976, the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) is one of the four Saskatchewan educational institutions with credit granting authority. SIIT offers certificate and diploma programs in the trades and industrial areas, business, information technology, health and community studies, and adult basic education to more than 2,400 students annually. Programming is delivered through three principal campuses in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, plus eight Career Centres and a number of learning centres located throughout the province. SIIT also operates the Saskatchewan Aviation Learning Centre at the Saskatoon airport. Governed by First Nations leaders and representatives from across the... Read more
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November 10, 2015

Parkland College

Located in East Central Saskatchewan, Parkland College is a post-secondary institution that gives students the best of both worlds -- diverse educational opportunities with a learner-centered, community feel. Established in 1973 as Saskatchewan's first regional college, Parkland College offers programming that responds to the demands of students and the needs of the region. At Parkland College, students can complete university degrees, skills training diplomas and certificates, and adult upgrading. Parkland College offers Saskatchewan’s only full-time professional firefighter training program, and the new Trades and Technology Centre in Yorkton gives students the hands-on skills for in-demand careers. Parkland College is committed... Read more
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November 10, 2015

Northlands College

Northlands College offers high quality education and training programs and services that meet the development and employment needs of Northerners, enhance the social and economic condition, prepare Northerners to participate in the labour market, and help industry meet its labour force needs. The College provides a wide array of programs in the areas of basic education, technical and vocational training, and university courses through its three campus centres located in Buffalo Narrows, La Ronge, and Creighton. Additional programing is often provided in communities across Northern Saskatchewan. Northlands College is an official off-campus Arts and Sciences site, offering courses from the... Read more
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November 10, 2015

North West College

North West College is one of seven regional colleges in Saskatchewan that, through a provincial government act, are responsible for delivering adult educational opportunities within a rural catchment area. As such, North West has on average 24 rural programming sites supported by two main campuses located in Meadow Lake and North Battleford. North West’s catchment area is 44,000 km2 in northwestern Saskatchewan which includes almost 1/3 of Saskatchewan’s First Nations. The College is invited to deliver programming at 10-12 First Nations each year. Programs offered by North West include Master’s and Bachelor’s programs, skills training, industry training, Adult Basic Education... Read more
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November 10, 2015

Great Plains College

Great Plains College is at the leading edge of Saskatchewan’s regional college system. The college is focused on meeting the needs of learners, employers and communities in Southwest Saskatchewan. The College’s decentralized campuses are located in Kindersley, Swift Current and Warman with additional programming at locations in Biggar, Maple Creek and Rosetown. Great Plains College offers a number of post-secondary certificate, diploma and degree programs as well as university courses, Skills & Safety Training, Adult Basic Education and English language training. The college strives to provide for the distinct needs of our service area by challenging everyone to continually build... Read more
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November 10, 2015

Dumont Technical Institute

Dumont Technical Institute (DTI) is a unique institution which was established in 1991. As a world class Aboriginal post secondary institution, DTI serves the educational and skills training needs of the province's Métis through the provision of community-based adult upgrading and skills training programs. It is the upgrading and skills training arm of Gabriel Dumont Institute (GDI), and GDI's largest component. DTI strives to provide quality educational opportunities for Métis people in Saskatchewan and ensure our programs meet the needs of our learners and the labour market.
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November 10, 2015

Cumberland College

Since 1975, Cumberland College has been providing high quality training and education programs for adults in northeastern Saskatchewan. Cumberland College is one of seven regional colleges within the Saskatchewan college system. The College operates from three campuses located in Melfort, Nipawin, and Tisdale. Full-time and part-time programming is offered in the areas of college certificates and diplomas, university courses and degree programs, as well as adult basic education (ABE). Additionally learning is available in the areas of literacy, safety, and continuing education. The College’s mission is to provide excellent lifelong learning opportunities today, preparing individuals and communities for tomorrow and,... Read more
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November 10, 2015

Collège Mathieu

Le Collège Mathieu, seul établissement postsecondaire de langue française en Saskatchewan a été créé en 1918. L’établissement offre de la formation professionnelle et technique à partir de son siège social situé à Gravelbourg ainsi qu’à ses campus de Regina et de Saskatoon. Le Collège Mathieu offre de la formation dans les secteurs de l’administration, de l’éducation, des métiers, de la santé et du tourisme. En plus de la formation linguistique, dont le français, l’anglais et l’espagnol pour toutes tranches d’âges, enfants, jeunes et adultes, il offre également des formations pour le perfectionnement professionnel ainsi que des conférences et ateliers destinés... Read more
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