Carlton Trail College
Carlton Trail College is one of Saskatchewan’s leading training and educational institutions. With campuses in Humboldt, Watrous, and Wynyard, a learning centre in Punnichy, and classrooms throughout the region, Carlton Trail College’s programs and services serve the career, employment, training and educational needs of students, business, and industry in east-central Saskatchewan.
The College’s student-centered approach helps individuals achieve their goals and gain employment. Services like Academic and Personal Advising, Career Exploration and Planning, Scholarships, and Transition to Employment Supports help to transition the student from education to employment and contribute to student success. Experienced instructors are dedicated to helping students learn, while smaller class sizes enable personalized attention.
Carlton Trail College’s programs and courses appeal to adults of all ages. Face-to-face offerings include Business, Healthcare, Human Services, Trades and Technology, Adult Basic Education, Health and Safety, Industry Training, English Language Training, Computers and Technology, Business and Professional Development, and General Interest. Online offerings through Ed2Go enable students to learn from the comfort of their own homes. For more information, visit the Carlton Trail College website: www.carltontrailcollege.com
- Workshops such as Awaken Your Potential and Study Success are offered to all students in full-time credit programs to help enhance student retention, improve study habits, and develop additional skills like flexibility, critical thinking, innovation, accountability, and leadership. Safety tickets and related industry training may also be offered in select programs.
- A minimum two-week work experience component is incorporated into all full-time institute credit programs.
- 91% of post-secondary program graduates secured employment in their field.
- Carlton Trail College partners with over 50 volunteer fire departments within Saskatchewan to deliver online and face-to-face modules of the Essentials of Firefighting Program to over 400 volunteer firefighters.
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Carlton Trail College provides education and training opportunities which create important academic, social, and economic advantages for students and the businesses and industries that employ them. The College partners with business, industry, groups and organizations, including the region’s First Nations communities, to address specific educational and training needs. The College focuses on providing relevant training for in demand jobs. This helps to ensure the success of the individual, the business and the region. Programs can be customized to the needs of a particular business or industry and delivered on-site or at one of the College’s training facilities.
Partner with Business and Community
In partnership with the Mining Industry Human Resource Council (MiHR), the College adapted MIHR’s Mining Essentials – A Work Readiness Training Program for Indigenous People and successfully delivered it in a blended learning format to regional students.
The College worked with a local manufacturing company to offer customized accounting training to 35 of the company’s employees. To accommodate health and safety protocols and minimize workplace disruption, training was offered onsite with cohorts alternating training times.
The College has a long-standing partnership with the R.M. of Prince Albert to allow Heavy Equipment Operator students to work on a real-life project while training.
The College works closely with the Horizon School Division to deliver appropriate training such as First Aid and CPR training to the region’s Grade 11 students.
Support Indigenous Students
Carlton Trail College works closely with the region’s First Nation communities to offer programs and courses based on a community’s needs. Many of these programs are delivered on-site.
The College also offers a wide range of services. Students can access services such as academic advising and supports, accessibility and disability services, career exploration and planning, college financial aid advising, personal advising, student advocacy, testing and invigilation, transition to employment supports, tutoring and workshops.
Date modified: 2022-05-26