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Participants Needed for Adult Education Research Interviews

Participants Needed for ALNA

It is an exciting time for capacity building and continuing education in the Cree Nation. The Cree School Board’s Sabtuan Adult Education Services (SAES) knows it has a significant role to play in the Cree Nation’s future. We are determined to offer the right programs and services to enable the success of each community.

This is the reason behind SAES’ major consultation– the Adult Learning Needs Assessment (ALNA). Through the ALNA, SAES is collecting experiences, opinions, and ideas directly from the communities to build local adult education and training strategies.

SAES, Apatisiiwin launch Facebook Groups

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The Cree School Board’s Sabtuan Adult Education Services (SAES), together with Apatisiiwin Skills Development (ASD), recently launched “Job, Training, and Adult Education” Facebook groups in each of the nine Cree communities.

Ready to start a business? SRVTC can help!

Ready to Starting a Business

Each year, dozens of tradespeople and artisans graduate from vocational programs at Sabtuan Adult Education Services. Entrepreneurship is an exciting possibility for these graduates. Starting a business is also a dream for many others throughout Eeyou Istchee.

Upcoming programs at Sabtuan Regional Vocational Training Centre (SRVTC) will help community members turn these entrepreneurial ambitions into a reality.

SRVTC has announced several Spring 2019 programs that respond to the growing demand for Cree-owned businesses across Eeyou Istchee. Two new programs, “Starting a Business” and “Construction Business Management,” will focus on entrepreneurial skills and knowledge. Other vocational programs will include competencies that can be used to build mechanical contracting, tourism, or sports-related businesses in the future.