Adult Education

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The Adult Education program transferred in October 2004 from the Prince Albert Grand Council. SLFN assumed control of it’s administration and service delivery. Adult Education is a stand-alone program responsible for the Post Secondary Student Support Program (PSSSP) and the Local Labour Force Development Program (LLFD).
The Contribution Funding Arrangements with Indian & Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) & Human Resources Services Development Canada (HRSDC) require the band’s administration to follow, adhere and report under its funding requirements and operating guidelines.

POST SECONDARY STUDENT SUPPORT PROGRAM (PSSSP) STATISTICS:

Status

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

Actual No. Stds Funded

39

44

44

48

44

Total No. Stds Graduated

4

8

3

6

6

Stds Funded IS/SS

3

7

2

0

2

Stds Funded in Fall & Dropped out Prior to Nov.1

4

5

5

6

3

No. of Stds Funded Nov.1

48

44

36

43

n/a

Est. Add’l Stds Starting Jan.

7

9

12

37

n/a

TOTAL STDS FUNDED YEAR

62

65

55

86

n/a

 

LOCAL LABOUR FORCE DEVELOPMENT (LLFD):

The Ready to Work Tourism Careers Program provides broad-based and practical classroom learning as well as hands-on training and mentoring for people entering the workforce. STEC delivers a (14) week program to (20) Social Assistants clients on-reserve. The local partners who fund the training program are:

  • Sturgeon Lake Adult Education Sturgeon Lake Social Development & National Child Benefit Sturgeon Lake Store & Gas Bar
    The Sturgeon Lake Store has become a major “economic engine” for the community, usually the first job for youth seeking employment in a commercial business environment. In 2009 the first graduates earned a Professional Credential & an Emerit Certification recognized by employers across Canada.
  • The Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies is pleased to bring the Mobile Career Coaches to your community. The Mobile Career Coaching staff would like to meet with Elders, students, individuals, community workers, community leaders, and employment agencies in your community. Our goal is to work towards:
    • Identifying barriers to employment
    • Providing personal and career counselling and assessment
    • Providing access to programming in employability skill development, essential skills, academic upgrading, trade skill development, and career exploration
    • Full office capacity with nine notebook/laptop work stations
    • Satellite Internet accessibility
    • LCD screens for presentations
    • Personal and career counselling office space
    • Various assessment tools

LLFD STATISTICS:

CLIENT STATISTICS

ACTIVITIES

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

Career Training Programs

20

69

50

40

76

56

Academic Preparation Programs

27

45

39

14

19

3

Employment Programs

23

40

48

56

32

33

Mobility Programs

1

1

2

1

Employment Services Programs

This activity is the administration of the program – this includes clients that are seen on individual basis whether its for job search, resume writing or general information sessions.

The stats below are numbers included in the above programming.

Disabilities Programs

1

2

3

3

2

0

Graduated/completed a program

55

127

118

85

111

24

Discontinued Program

14

27

17

24

14

5

TOTALS

70

155

138

112

127

94

2009-10 stats are on-going – active clients are 65