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Southeast College offers a wide range of educational options for students. From Industry and Safety Training to Post-Secondary and Continuing Education programming, we provide students with opportunities to further their education through both face-to-face and distance learning options.
Choose from a wide variety of industry-recognized safety training and certification programs designed to help you work safely in a range of professions.
Courses include, but are not limited to :
Our Adult Education classes are available for individuals who seek to complete their high school education. We offer grade 10 and 12 level classes that allow students to study at a pace that suits their needs and lifestyle. Adult Education classes are also available for students needing to improve high school marks in order to gain entry into other training programs. We also offer General Educational Development (GED) testing, as well as a variety of prep classes.
Southeast College offers a wide range of post secondary programming options. From first year University courses, to Technical and Trades programming, we provide students with opportunities to further their education through both face-to-face and distance learning options.
English as an Additional Language (EAL) programming is available in Estevan, Weyburn, Moosomin, Indian Head, and Ogema. All new students are assessed on speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills to determine whether they would benefit from Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced classes.
Our Continuing Education programming is available to those wishing to further their skills and abilities. From business and agricultural training, to computer and bookkeeping skills, as well as a host of programs available through our Ed2Go online learning centre, Southeast College brings you a wide range of programming to help you enhance your skills and abilities.
I have been in the Oil patch for 25 years, I never thought about going back to school, never thought it was possible because I was over 40. I got a letter that stated I was going to be laid off and it got me thinking that I cannot work in this volatile environment were I never know from one day to the next whether I am working or not, or if I even have a job. So we did some research and made some phone calls and it actually worked out there was a course I have always been interested in offered shortly after I was going to be laid off. (Applied Electrician Certificate)
From the very first day I started the teachers and staff have been extremely helpful, even to this day. I was not fully ready when I walked on to campus, but they made the transition relatively painless! Courses were very clearly outlined, I knew each day what I was walking into, and the facilities (lab area) had everything we needed as students and more! The Instructors were very knowledgeable and helpful to answer any and all questions that were asked. The school seemed genuinely interested in finding us (students) work for the future, the directors and faculty were always bringing in guest speakers and local business that are looking for employees. They even coordinated a fantastic course with SaskTel, they went through a complete house/business install (internet) that we had to prove was functional!
In short I would like to say that I would highly recommend this school based on my experience to anyone, young or old!