Full-time Credit Programs
A full-time program is one that requires classroom study on a full-time basis, or a minimum of 18 hours per week for a minimum of 12 weeks. Full-time program at Southeast College typically run for approximately one to two years depending on the program, and are accredited by Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
2017 Winter Full-time Certificate Program
|Power Engineering Certificate||Weyburn||Jan 3 ,2017|
2017 Fall Full-time Certificate Programs
|Power Engineering Certificate||
Poplar River Power Station - Coronach
|Power Engineering Third Class Theory||
|Electrician Applied Certificate||Estevan
|Educational Assistant||Ocean Man First Nation||Fall 2017|
|Continuing Care Assistant||Whitewood
|Office Administration||Estevan||Fall 2017|
|Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Technician Applied Certificate||Weyburn||Fall 2017|
Courses and locations are subject to change.
Registration for these programs will open February 1, 2017. To have your name placed on the interest list for one of these programs please call any of our campus locations or our toll free number at 1-866-999-7372.
For detailed program information not listed, please contact:
Sharon Ivan, Southeast College Registrar
Box 1565, Weyburn, SK S4H 0T1
Tel: (306) 848-2505 Fax: (306) 848-2517
Toll Free: 1-866-999-7372
The benefits of studying a full-time program at Southeast College include:
- Course content and materials are identical to what you would receive at Saskatchewan Polytechnic
- Fully qualified instructors are committed to your success
- Small classes allow for better contact and interaction with instructors
- Southeast College staff are committed to assisting students and ensuring that we do our part in facilitating student success
Southeast College offers in excess of $197,000 in scholarships and bursaries
Local students save thousands of dollars in living costs
What students have to say:
“It’s comfortable here and it’s easy to get to know the other students.”
“Small classes give you the one-on-one time with teachers.”
“It’s easier than starting at a bigger campus. You only have to think about the work here - not all the other adjustments of living away from home.”
"Small classes allow for a better learning environment."