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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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The ABE program helps adults improve their literacy and essential skills. Learners who successfully complete Levels 3 and 4 (also known as Adult 10 and Adult 12) may achieve a credential / certificate of standing.
Learn how to apply to the Articling Student program with the Ministry of Justice.
Find information about your eligibility and how to apply for the Transitional Employment Allowance.
The GED® tests measure the academic skills and knowledge expected of high school graduates. Recognized throughout North America, the GED® testing program has served as a bridge to education and employment.
The Provincial Training Allowance (PTA) provides income assistance to low-income adult students enrolled in full-time Adult Basic Education, workforce development or skills training programs. Individuals are only eligible to apply for PTA after being accepted in an approved training program.
Individuals and employers can apply for funding to assist with the cost of training programs for people with disabilities.
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