We support non-traditional learner success by focusing on your interests, strengths, needs, and aspirations in preparation for and during your transition to postsecondary endeavors or upskilling and reskilling programs.
Pathways to Success programs include foundational courses, including language and essential skills, that guide each student from their start pointing to the finish line.
Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)
Learn about Canadian culture and take part in activities that help you live and work in Alberta as you build confidence reading, writing, listening, and speaking English.
MHC CALP (Community Adult Learning Foundation Programs) is funded by the Alberta Government under the Ministry of Skills, Trades, and Professions. The Adult Learning Foundation’s team cover Brooks, Cypress County, Medicine Hat, and 40 Mile County. By offering volunteer tutoring, classes, and small group learning, we assist adults with basic literacy, numeracy, and digital skills. The learners in our program are Canadian-born, Canadian citizens, Permanent Residents, Visitors, Inuit, Metis, and First Nations. Canadians make up approximately 54% of our learners.
As part of our foundational adult learning initiative, we are developing a Foundational Adult Learning Portal (FALP), which will be launched this year to MHC CALP learners and shortly thereafter to all Alberta CALPs. This program will help foundational adult learners develop basic numeracy, digital, and literacy skills. In Alberta, it is the first of its kind, and we are excited to introduce it!
- Rochelle Galeski- Region Coordinator, Adult Learning Foundations
- Janessa Truscott- Program Coordinator, Medicine Hat, Adult Learning Foundations, Medicine Hat
- Keely Cry- Brooks Support, Adult Learning Foundations
- Mandy Pack- Program Coordinator, 40 Mile Community, Adult Learning Foundations