Education and Training
St. Albert Further Education St. Albert Further Education has been providing St. Albert residents with adult learning opportunities since 1974. We strive to offer courses that interest and support our community. Our non profit department, Star Literacy, provides free one-on-one tutoring to help adults to improve their reading, writing, math and English Language Skills. Our many members advertise for reduced rates and provide many courses for adults and children which can be accessed at their websites below.
Athabasca University Canada's Open University, is dedicated to the removal of barriers that restrict access to and success in university-level study and to increasing equality and educational opportunities for adult learners worldwide.
Anderson Career Training Institute Since 1996, ACTI has provided the government-funded Self-Employment training program to over 1500 Albertans. This program includes 10 weeks of group instruction followed by 16 weeks of business coaching all provided by experienced entrepreneurs. The program covers all aspects of business start-up including marketing, sales, finance, law, risk management, business plan writing and personal development. The program is particularly effective at helping students break out of their comfort zones and prepare for the psychological challenges of business ownership (self-doubt, procrastination, and fear of uncertainty).
CAREERS: The Next Generation Enable youth on their path to rewarding careers. Allowing young people to explore careers that are in demand now and in the future. Connect learning to earning with a focus on staying in school and improving grades. Empower youth with knowledge of opportunities, both in the workforce and post-secondary.
Nait We aspire to be the most relevant and responsive post-secondary institution in Canada and one of the world’s leading polytechnics. Being a polytechnic means: we deliver technology based education across our programs. Our education is experiential and hands-on. We work in partnership with industry. Our applied research solves real problems
Norquest College is the Edmonton region’s largest community college, serving 19,354 students annually through full-time, part-time, online, face-to-face, and regional learning options. NorQuest helps students with diverse educational backgrounds complete or further their studies. Our foundational programs offer employment readiness, academic upgrading, and English language training. We offer career paths in health, community studies, and business through a range of post-secondary diploma, post-diploma, certificate, and course credit programs. Continuing Education and Custom Training options are also available to support individuals and organizations to develop new skills, advance career opportunities, enhance productivity, or increase employee engagement. NorQuest has programs available in Wetaskiwin and through online study, and we pride ourselves on offering a unique student experience and access to the latest technology and services to our students in the community. These include: student advising, financial advising, tutorial and academic coaching services, Indigenous student services, services for students with disabilities, library and writing centre access, health and wellness services, assessment testing/exam invigilation, career and employment services.
University of Alberta Brochure on the Alberta School of Business Career Services
TECHCareers In partnership with the Government of Alberta and the University of Alberta Technology Training Centre, Manpower fully believes in the re-skilling of talent for Alberta's digital transformation. TECHCareers is a retraining program for unemployed professional Albertans into Software Developers. TECHCareers is a government funded program, so there are no fees to access our services.
In Partnership With
Job Connector is a partnership with the St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce, St. Albert Further Education, St. Albert Public Library and the City of St. Albert