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Carlton Trail College

Campuses

4

Enrolment

  • 317

    Full-time
  • 694

    Part-time
  • 446

    Indigenous

Carlton Trail College is one of Saskatchewan’s leading training and educational institutions. With offices in Humboldt, Watrous, Wynyard and Southey, and classrooms throughout the region, our programs and services serve career, employment, training and educational needs of students, business and industry in east-central Saskatchewan. Our student-centered approach helps our students achieve their goals. Services like Academic and Personal Advising, Career Exploration & Planning, Scholarships and Transition to Employment Supports help to transition the student from education to employment and contribute to student success. Our experienced instructors are dedicated to helping students learn while our smaller class sizes enable more personalized attention.

We offer programs and courses that appeal to adults of all ages. Our face-to-face offerings include programs and courses in 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. Our online offerings through Ed2Go enable students to learn from the comfort of their own homes. For more information, visit the Carlton Trail College website.

Fast Facts

  • Pacific Institute training is offered to all students in full-time credit programs to help enhance student retention and develop additional skills like flexibility, critical thinking, innovation, accountability and leadership.
  • A minimum two-week work experience component is incorporated into all of our full-time institute credit programs.
  • Carlton Trail College partners with 33 volunteer fire departments within the province to deliver online and face-to-face modules of the Essentials of Firefighting 1001.
  • In the 2014-2015 Program Year, the Aboriginal success rate in Adult Basic Education Programs (based on a combination of completion and graduation rates) increased by 23.5% from the previous year.

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Contribute to our Community

Carlton Trail College serves the career, employment, training and educational needs of students, business and industry in east central Saskatchewan. With offices in Humboldt, Watrous, Wynyard and Southey and classrooms throughout the region, Carlton Trail College provides education and training opportunities which create important academic, social, and economic advantages for our students and the businesses that employ our students. We strive to engage the communities we serve. Our partnerships with business, industry, groups and organizations, including the region’s First Nations communities, address specific educational requirements and help to ensure the success of the individual, the business and the region. Our focus is on supporting life-long learning and creating greater opportunities through the power of learning, thus, we offer programs and courses that appeal to adults of all ages. Our credit programs are the same programs as those offered by Saskatchewan Polytechnique, Lakeland College, etc. Students enrolled in our programs receive identical credits and certification as offered by those institutions and therefore do not have to leave the region for education and training. We also provide business and industry with exceptional training and educational programs that can be customized to meet their needs and delivered onsite or at our facilities.

Partner with Business and Community

Industry

A 6-week scaffolding program, funded by Touchwood Agency Tribal Council and Labour Market Services, was offered in Punnichy. The program was delivered by Prairie Artic Trades Training Centre, an organization that provides direct links to employment for graduates. Representatives from 5 different companies, who work with Prairie Artic, made presentations to students about employment opportunities as well as provided work-placement opportunities.

Community

The College partnered with the Saskatoon Health Region in Wadena to deliver a 10-week Bridging into Health Careers program to students from the Fishing Lake, Yellow Quill and Kinistin Saulteaux First Nations.

Support Indigenous Students

Carlton Trail College offers a wide range of services to all of our students. Services include 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: 2016-02-04