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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.
Saskatchewan businesses and non-profit organizations can apply for funding to assist in training new or existing workers for available jobs.
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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.
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Labour Market Agreements are funding agreements between Canada and Saskatchewan that help people get training, develop their skills and gain work experience, leading to good jobs and better opportunities.
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Labour Market Services sites throughout the province provide career and employment services that match the skills of Saskatchewan workers with the skill needs of employers.
Labour Mobility refers to an agreement between Canadian jurisdictions that aims to ensure that a worker's professional or occupational certification issued by a regulator in one jurisdiction may be accepted as certification in another Canadian jurisdiction.
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.
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SaskJobs has partnered with Canada’s largest job search website, the National Job Bank, to serve you better.
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