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Recreation & Community Development (Year 1)

Leadership, volunteerism, social awareness—these are characteristics shared by people working in recreation and community development. It’s a growth industry, and Saskatchewan Polytechnic&...

IATEC (Indigenous Access & Transition Education Certificate)

Take the next step towards a university degree!  Enroll in the Indigenous Access and Transition Education Certificate (IATEC) program offered in Nipawin starting October 2017.  This 8-month ...

Level 4/Grade 12

The ABE Grade 12 program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Education. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 12 students to Ministry of Education.

If you are at least 18 and have been out of school for at least a year, you are eligible to obtain an Adult 12. An adult may attain a Grade 12 standing by successfully completing 7 credit classes.  Compulsory courses for Adult 12 (secondary completion) are:

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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ABE - Melfort Level 4/Grade 12

The ABE Grade 12 program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Education. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 12 students to Ministry of Education.



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

Biology 20

Science, as both a body of knowledge and a process of inquiry, extends beyond understanding of abstract laws and principles of nature into the realm of technology and applied sciences. Biology 20 includes core units on Ecological Organization, Diversity of Life, Agricultural Botany of Saskatchewan, and other topics.

English Language Arts A30 & B30

English language arts (ELA) is a Required Area of Study in Saskatchewan’s Core Curriculum.  Learning to understand and apply language in various texts and forms allows students to participate fully and effectively in all areas of study, in the workplace, and in life.

Biology 30

Science, as both a body of knowledge and a process of inquiry, extends beyond understanding of abstract laws and principles of nature into the realm of technology and applied sciences.  Biology 30 includes topics such as Chemical Basis of Life, Cell Structures and Function, Genetics, Animal Systems, and Evolution.

Physical Science 20

This course combines chemistry and physics in an integrated manner to investigate concepts related to heating and cooling, the foundations of chemistry, including the mole and quantitative analysis of molecules and chemical reactions, and the characteristics and properties of waves. An overarching theme is the study of the enterprise of public and private science as it occurs in agriculture, industry, and universities to help students better understand various physical science related career paths. Student inquiry will guide independent investigations of physical science phenomena.
 

Chemistry 30

Chemistry 30 includes topics such as Solubility and Solutions, Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions, Reaction Kinetics, and Acid-Base Equilibria.  This course combines laboratory activities with independent research.

History 30 - Canadian Studies

Canadian Studies has been developed to help students understand the major issues facing Canadians.  The History program examines the historical forces between the Aboriginal peoples who have always been here and the many different immigrants who came to make a new life for themselves.  The social studies programs examine the current state of Canadian issues and alternative viewpoints for dealing with those issues in Canadian society.

Foundations of Mathematics 20

Foundations of Math 20 is based upon the students’ prior learning to help students develop their  number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour.  The outcomes of this course are a prerequisite for the Foundations of Mathematics 30 course.

Foundations of Mathematics 30

Foundations of Mathematics 30 course is based upon students’ prior learning to develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour. These learning experiences prepare students to be confident, flexible, and capable with their mathematical knowledge in new contexts.  The mathematical knowledge and skills acquired through this course will be useful to students in many applications throughout their lives in both work and non-work settings.

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20 is based upon the students’ prior learning to help students develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour.  The outcomes of this course are a prerequisite for the Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30.

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30

Workplace and Apprenticeship Mathematics 30 course is based upon students’ prior learning to develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour. These learning experiences prepare students to be confident, flexible, and capable with their mathematical knowledge in new contexts.  The mathematical knowledge and skills acquired through this course will be useful to students in many applications throughout their lives in both work and non-work settings.

Information Processing 30

The aim of Information Processing is to provide students with the basic skills to process information in four broad areas: keyboarding, computer application, communications and management of information.

Life Transitions 30

The aim of Life Transitions is to enable students to acquire and refine the knowledge, skills and abilities to plan and enhance their personal health, family life, community life, and career development in order to effectively manage the change encountered in the transitions they will face throughout life.

Health Science 20

This course will challenge students to look at the health science field from holistic and analytic perspectives to provide a basis for making sound personal health choices. Students will examine the range of philosophies that guide health care and consider ethical decision within those contexts. Understanding the basic anatomy and physiology of the human body will provide a context for studying the normal and abnormal functioning of various body systems, including the role of nutrition and metabolism. Lastly, students will examine diagnostic tools and procedures and how they are used to inform treatment. Students will also investigate the range of health science careers and post-secondary programs available in Saskatchewan.

ABE - Muskoday First Nation Level 4/Grade 12

The ABE Grade 12 program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Education. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 12 students to Ministry of Education.



Dates: 24 August 2017 to 25 May 2018
Location: Muskoday First Nation
Delivery: Face to Face

English Language Arts A30 & B30

English language arts (ELA) is a Required Area of Study in Saskatchewan’s Core Curriculum.  Learning to understand and apply language in various texts and forms allows students to participate fully and effectively in all areas of study, in the workplace, and in life.

Biology 30

Science, as both a body of knowledge and a process of inquiry, extends beyond understanding of abstract laws and principles of nature into the realm of technology and applied sciences.  Biology 30 includes topics such as Chemical Basis of Life, Cell Structures and Function, Genetics, Animal Systems, and Evolution.

Physical Science 20

This course combines chemistry and physics in an integrated manner to investigate concepts related to heating and cooling, the foundations of chemistry, including the mole and quantitative analysis of molecules and chemical reactions, and the characteristics and properties of waves. An overarching theme is the study of the enterprise of public and private science as it occurs in agriculture, industry, and universities to help students better understand various physical science related career paths. Student inquiry will guide independent investigations of physical science phenomena.
 

History 30 - Canadian Studies

Canadian Studies has been developed to help students understand the major issues facing Canadians.  The History program examines the historical forces between the Aboriginal peoples who have always been here and the many different immigrants who came to make a new life for themselves.  The social studies programs examine the current state of Canadian issues and alternative viewpoints for dealing with those issues in Canadian society.

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20 is based upon the students’ prior learning to help students develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour.  The outcomes of this course are a prerequisite for the Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30.

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30

Workplace and Apprenticeship Mathematics 30 course is based upon students’ prior learning to develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour. These learning experiences prepare students to be confident, flexible, and capable with their mathematical knowledge in new contexts.  The mathematical knowledge and skills acquired through this course will be useful to students in many applications throughout their lives in both work and non-work settings.

Information Processing 30

The aim of Information Processing is to provide students with the basic skills to process information in four broad areas: keyboarding, computer application, communications and management of information.

Life Transitions 30

The aim of Life Transitions is to enable students to acquire and refine the knowledge, skills and abilities to plan and enhance their personal health, family life, community life, and career development in order to effectively manage the change encountered in the transitions they will face throughout life.

ABE - Nipawin Level 4/Grade 12

The ABE Grade 12 program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Education. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 12 students to Ministry of Education.



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

Biology 20

Science, as both a body of knowledge and a process of inquiry, extends beyond understanding of abstract laws and principles of nature into the realm of technology and applied sciences. Biology 20 includes core units on Ecological Organization, Diversity of Life, Agricultural Botany of Saskatchewan, and other topics.

English Language Arts A30 & B30

English language arts (ELA) is a Required Area of Study in Saskatchewan’s Core Curriculum.  Learning to understand and apply language in various texts and forms allows students to participate fully and effectively in all areas of study, in the workplace, and in life.

Biology 30

Science, as both a body of knowledge and a process of inquiry, extends beyond understanding of abstract laws and principles of nature into the realm of technology and applied sciences.  Biology 30 includes topics such as Chemical Basis of Life, Cell Structures and Function, Genetics, Animal Systems, and Evolution.

Physical Science 20

This course combines chemistry and physics in an integrated manner to investigate concepts related to heating and cooling, the foundations of chemistry, including the mole and quantitative analysis of molecules and chemical reactions, and the characteristics and properties of waves. An overarching theme is the study of the enterprise of public and private science as it occurs in agriculture, industry, and universities to help students better understand various physical science related career paths. Student inquiry will guide independent investigations of physical science phenomena.
 

Chemistry 30

Chemistry 30 includes topics such as Solubility and Solutions, Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions, Reaction Kinetics, and Acid-Base Equilibria.  This course combines laboratory activities with independent research.

History 30 - Canadian Studies

Canadian Studies has been developed to help students understand the major issues facing Canadians.  The History program examines the historical forces between the Aboriginal peoples who have always been here and the many different immigrants who came to make a new life for themselves.  The social studies programs examine the current state of Canadian issues and alternative viewpoints for dealing with those issues in Canadian society.

Foundations of Mathematics 20

Foundations of Math 20 is based upon the students’ prior learning to help students develop their  number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour.  The outcomes of this course are a prerequisite for the Foundations of Mathematics 30 course.

Foundations of Mathematics 30

Foundations of Mathematics 30 course is based upon students’ prior learning to develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour. These learning experiences prepare students to be confident, flexible, and capable with their mathematical knowledge in new contexts.  The mathematical knowledge and skills acquired through this course will be useful to students in many applications throughout their lives in both work and non-work settings.

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20 is based upon the students’ prior learning to help students develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour.  The outcomes of this course are a prerequisite for the Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30.

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30

Workplace and Apprenticeship Mathematics 30 course is based upon students’ prior learning to develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour. These learning experiences prepare students to be confident, flexible, and capable with their mathematical knowledge in new contexts.  The mathematical knowledge and skills acquired through this course will be useful to students in many applications throughout their lives in both work and non-work settings.

Information Processing 30

The aim of Information Processing is to provide students with the basic skills to process information in four broad areas: keyboarding, computer application, communications and management of information.

Life Transitions 30

The aim of Life Transitions is to enable students to acquire and refine the knowledge, skills and abilities to plan and enhance their personal health, family life, community life, and career development in order to effectively manage the change encountered in the transitions they will face throughout life.

Health Science 20

This course will challenge students to look at the health science field from holistic and analytic perspectives to provide a basis for making sound personal health choices. Students will examine the range of philosophies that guide health care and consider ethical decision within those contexts. Understanding the basic anatomy and physiology of the human body will provide a context for studying the normal and abnormal functioning of various body systems, including the role of nutrition and metabolism. Lastly, students will examine diagnostic tools and procedures and how they are used to inform treatment. Students will also investigate the range of health science careers and post-secondary programs available in Saskatchewan.

ABE - Tisdale Level 4/Grade 12

The ABE Grade 12 program is provided with credit from the Province of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Education. Cumberland College submits official records and transcripts of all ABE Grade 12 students to Ministry of Education.



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

Biology 20

Science, as both a body of knowledge and a process of inquiry, extends beyond understanding of abstract laws and principles of nature into the realm of technology and applied sciences. Biology 20 includes core units on Ecological Organization, Diversity of Life, Agricultural Botany of Saskatchewan, and other topics.

English Language Arts A30 & B30

English language arts (ELA) is a Required Area of Study in Saskatchewan’s Core Curriculum.  Learning to understand and apply language in various texts and forms allows students to participate fully and effectively in all areas of study, in the workplace, and in life.

Biology 30

Science, as both a body of knowledge and a process of inquiry, extends beyond understanding of abstract laws and principles of nature into the realm of technology and applied sciences.  Biology 30 includes topics such as Chemical Basis of Life, Cell Structures and Function, Genetics, Animal Systems, and Evolution.

Physical Science 20

This course combines chemistry and physics in an integrated manner to investigate concepts related to heating and cooling, the foundations of chemistry, including the mole and quantitative analysis of molecules and chemical reactions, and the characteristics and properties of waves. An overarching theme is the study of the enterprise of public and private science as it occurs in agriculture, industry, and universities to help students better understand various physical science related career paths. Student inquiry will guide independent investigations of physical science phenomena.
 

Chemistry 30

Chemistry 30 includes topics such as Solubility and Solutions, Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions, Reaction Kinetics, and Acid-Base Equilibria.  This course combines laboratory activities with independent research.

History 30 - Canadian Studies

Canadian Studies has been developed to help students understand the major issues facing Canadians.  The History program examines the historical forces between the Aboriginal peoples who have always been here and the many different immigrants who came to make a new life for themselves.  The social studies programs examine the current state of Canadian issues and alternative viewpoints for dealing with those issues in Canadian society.

Foundations of Mathematics 20

Foundations of Math 20 is based upon the students’ prior learning to help students develop their  number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour.  The outcomes of this course are a prerequisite for the Foundations of Mathematics 30 course.

Foundations of Mathematics 30

Foundations of Mathematics 30 course is based upon students’ prior learning to develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour. These learning experiences prepare students to be confident, flexible, and capable with their mathematical knowledge in new contexts.  The mathematical knowledge and skills acquired through this course will be useful to students in many applications throughout their lives in both work and non-work settings.

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20 is based upon the students’ prior learning to help students develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour.  The outcomes of this course are a prerequisite for the Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30.

Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30

Workplace and Apprenticeship Mathematics 30 course is based upon students’ prior learning to develop their number sense, spatial sense, logical thinking, and understanding of mathematics as a human endeavour. These learning experiences prepare students to be confident, flexible, and capable with their mathematical knowledge in new contexts.  The mathematical knowledge and skills acquired through this course will be useful to students in many applications throughout their lives in both work and non-work settings.

Information Processing 30

The aim of Information Processing is to provide students with the basic skills to process information in four broad areas: keyboarding, computer application, communications and management of information.

Life Transitions 30

The aim of Life Transitions is to enable students to acquire and refine the knowledge, skills and abilities to plan and enhance their personal health, family life, community life, and career development in order to effectively manage the change encountered in the transitions they will face throughout life.

Health Science 20

This course will challenge students to look at the health science field from holistic and analytic perspectives to provide a basis for making sound personal health choices. Students will examine the range of philosophies that guide health care and consider ethical decision within those contexts. Understanding the basic anatomy and physiology of the human body will provide a context for studying the normal and abnormal functioning of various body systems, including the role of nutrition and metabolism. Lastly, students will examine diagnostic tools and procedures and how they are used to inform treatment. Students will also investigate the range of health science careers and post-secondary programs available in Saskatchewan.