Northern Essential Skills and Learning for Work Program

The Northern Essential Skills and Learning for Work Program is currently being delivered in the northern Saskatchewan community of Stanley Mission. The program is offered through the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies, Adult Basic Education Department. This program is aimed at adult learners with lower literacy levels and focuses on personal development and continuous learning, Essential Skills integration, employment skills development. Program planning and delivery will align with methods and strategies in good adult literacy practice to meet the distinct needs of Indigenous Adult Literacy Learners with goals for employment and/or continued education and training.

Location Saskatchewan
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Loretta Bill: Dean of Adult Basic Education, Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT)
229-4th Ave. South Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K3

Project Details
Community Reserve community, Other
Scope of Project Provincial / Territorial, Local
Target Audience First Nations, Youth (15-30 yrs), Adults (31-49 yrs), Older workers (50+ yrs)