Learning is a lifelong endeavour and it is not restricted to formal, academic environments. The links below may be of interest whether you are looking for a learning opportunity for yourself or a child in your care.
General Education Information
Whether you are looking to upgrade out of interest, or to meet admission requirements for a post-secondary program, the following links may be useful:
Informal Education Programs
If you have a passion for learning, the following will provide you with a wide variety of short courses or programs to choose from. You'll find everything from cooking and art classes to introductory legal or language courses here!
Learn more about some of the continuing education opportunities available to you in the Edmonton area by clicking on the links below.
The following links will help you explore your post-secondary certificate, diploma and degree options.
In the Edmonton Area
Prince Edward Island
Newfoundland and Labrador
A post-secondary education is an investment in your future. Nonetheless, it can be a financial burden. Discover your financing options at the sites below.
Pre-School to Grade 12
There are many factors to consider when you are choosing a school for your child. Note your child's strengths, interests and needs. Visit open houses. Consider transportation links between home and school, particularly in regards to junior and senior high schools that may rely on public transport.
To learn about the different types of schools found in Alberta, visit:
Explore the options presented by the various school boards below:
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