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Cumberland College
11th Aug, 2017

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11th Aug, 2017

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It's contest time! We have two tickets for OneRepublic in Saskatoon on Aug. 17. Let us know who you will take to the concert if you are the lucky winner. Draw will be made Monday.

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Cumberland College
26th Jul, 2017

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Are you interested in being a recreation director, manager of sport, recreation and culture, community development officer, facility manager or special events manager? The Recreation and Community Development Program could be for you! This program starts September 5 in Tisdale. https://www.cumberlandcollege.sk.ca/index.php?id=261

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Cumberland College
16th Jul, 2017

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The Office Education Program starts August 30 in Tisdale! To apply go to https://www.cumberlandcollege.sk.ca/index.php?id=100

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Cumberland College
12th Jul, 2017

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Interested in taking the next step towards a university degree? Apply for the the Indigenous Access and Transition Education Certificate (IATEC) program offered in Nipawin starting October 2017! https://www.cumberlandcollege.sk.ca/index.php?id=271

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Cumberland College
12th Jul, 2017

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Did you know there have been changes to the 2017 Student Loan process? Check it out here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4kQV1Q6OSc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayDETtiqJpI

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11th Jul, 2017

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1st Jul, 2017

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Happy Canada Day!

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Cumberland College
29th Jun, 2017

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Congratulations to the MUCC students on their graduation today! We were thrilled to present $2000 Entrance Scholarships to Ram Argien Bagsit, Mikhaella Jose, Adam Meyers, Braden Olson, Keely Hangs Copeland, Lauren Lueken, Lian Strydom and Mark Nicholson! Looking forward to having you at Cumberland this fall!!!

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Cumberland College
29th Jun, 2017

CAAT testing and interviewing will take place at Yellow Quill July 12, starting at 10 a.m. for anyone interested in coming to ABE fall 2017. For more information email scoates@cumberlandcollege.sk.ca

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Cumberland College
28th Jun, 2017

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Level 3/Grade 10

The Adult Basic Education Level 3 (Grade 10) program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Economy. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 10 students to the Ministry of Economy.

In order to provide education with links to the workplace, there will be opportunities for the student to engage in applicable workplace essential skills training programs.

Following the completion of the ABE Grade 10, all students are provided with the opportunity to enter an ABE Grade 12 program or a Bridging to Grade 12 program where available; to enter a post-secondary training program and/or are provided with skills to enter the work force.

Requirements:

Interested learners should apply.  Information will be provided on testing and interview dates after application is received. 

Tuition: Provincial Training Allowance may be available.
Books & Supplies: Basic materials are supplied.

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Programs available:

ABE - James Smith Cree Nation Level 3/Grade 10

The Adult Basic Education Level 3 (Grade 10) program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Economy. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 10 students to the Ministry of Economy.



Dates: 24 August 2017 to 25 May 2018
Location: James Smith Cree Nation
Delivery: Face to Face

Communications

The primary goal of Level Three Communications is that through a developmental process, learners will read with understanding, write clearly to successfully express ideas, and listen and speak effectively, all for a variety of purposes.

Social Sciences

Engaging in the Adult Basic Education Level Three Social Sciences curriculum contributes to adult learners’ abilities to think critically and reflectively, to make informed decisions, and to be active participants in a culturally diverse society.

Mathematics

By building on prior knowledge and life experiences, the learner will develop basic math skills and apply them in contexts of work, life, or further training to think critically, solve problems, make decisions, and communicate from a mathematical perspective.

Science

The goal of ABE Level Three (Adult 10) Science is for learners to use scientific knowledge, skills, and attitudes to:

  • develop and apply the foundations of scientific literacy;
  • broaden their definition of science; and
  • participate and engage in relevant discussions, decision making, and inquiries

Life/Work Studies

In Life/Work Studies, learners have the opportunity to gain skills, knowledge, and attitudes related to:

  • lifelong learning,
  • personal growth and development, and
  • developing connections to community life and/or the labour market.

ABE - Melfort Level 3/Grade 10

The Adult Basic Education Level 3 (Grade 10) program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Economy. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 10 students to the Ministry of Economy.



Dates: 24 August 2017 to 25 May 2018
Location: Melfort
Delivery: Face to Face

Communications

The primary goal of Level Three Communications is that through a developmental process, learners will read with understanding, write clearly to successfully express ideas, and listen and speak effectively, all for a variety of purposes.

Social Sciences

Engaging in the Adult Basic Education Level Three Social Sciences curriculum contributes to adult learners’ abilities to think critically and reflectively, to make informed decisions, and to be active participants in a culturally diverse society.

Life/Work Studies

In Life/Work Studies, learners have the opportunity to gain skills, knowledge, and attitudes related to:

  • lifelong learning,
  • personal growth and development, and
  • developing connections to community life and/or the labour market.

Mathematics

By building on prior knowledge and life experiences, the learner will develop basic math skills and apply them in contexts of work, life, or further training to think critically, solve problems, make decisions, and communicate from a mathematical perspective.

Science

The goal of ABE Level Three (Adult 10) Science is for learners to use scientific knowledge, skills, and attitudes to:

  • develop and apply the foundations of scientific literacy;
  • broaden their definition of science; and
  • participate and engage in relevant discussions, decision making, and inquiries

ABE - Nipawin Level 3/Grade 10

The Adult Basic Education Level 3 (Grade 10) program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Economy. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 10 students to the Ministry of Economy.



Dates: 24 August 2017 to 25 May 2018
Location: Nipawin
Delivery: Face to Face

Communications

The primary goal of Level Three Communications is that through a developmental process, learners will read with understanding, write clearly to successfully express ideas, and listen and speak effectively, all for a variety of purposes.

Social Sciences

Engaging in the Adult Basic Education Level Three Social Sciences curriculum contributes to adult learners’ abilities to think critically and reflectively, to make informed decisions, and to be active participants in a culturally diverse society.

Life/Work Studies

In Life/Work Studies, learners have the opportunity to gain skills, knowledge, and attitudes related to:

  • lifelong learning,
  • personal growth and development, and
  • developing connections to community life and/or the labour market.

Mathematics

By building on prior knowledge and life experiences, the learner will develop basic math skills and apply them in contexts of work, life, or further training to think critically, solve problems, make decisions, and communicate from a mathematical perspective.

Science

The goal of ABE Level Three (Adult 10) Science is for learners to use scientific knowledge, skills, and attitudes to:

  • develop and apply the foundations of scientific literacy;
  • broaden their definition of science; and
  • participate and engage in relevant discussions, decision making, and inquiries

ABE - Tisdale Level 3/Grade 10

The Adult Basic Education Level 3 (Grade 10) program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Economy. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 10 students to the Ministry of Economy.



Dates: 24 August 2017 to 25 May 2018
Location: Tisdale
Delivery: Face to Face

Social Sciences

Engaging in the Adult Basic Education Level Three Social Sciences curriculum contributes to adult learners’ abilities to think critically and reflectively, to make informed decisions, and to be active participants in a culturally diverse society.

Communications

The primary goal of Level Three Communications is that through a developmental process, learners will read with understanding, write clearly to successfully express ideas, and listen and speak effectively, all for a variety of purposes.

Life/Work Studies

In Life/Work Studies, learners have the opportunity to gain skills, knowledge, and attitudes related to:

  • lifelong learning,
  • personal growth and development, and
  • developing connections to community life and/or the labour market.

Mathematics

By building on prior knowledge and life experiences, the learner will develop basic math skills and apply them in contexts of work, life, or further training to think critically, solve problems, make decisions, and communicate from a mathematical perspective.

Science

The goal of ABE Level Three (Adult 10) Science is for learners to use scientific knowledge, skills, and attitudes to:

  • develop and apply the foundations of scientific literacy;
  • broaden their definition of science; and
  • participate and engage in relevant discussions, decision making, and inquiries