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.
Pathways - Adult Learning Foundations
Medicine Hat College community adult learning programs (CALP), formerly A.B.L.E. Medicine Hat and Brooks, and 40 Mile Community Adult Learning, have unified as Pathways – Adult Learning Foundations.
At least 1 in 5 Albertan adults face literacy and numeracy challenges that affect their daily life, education, and employment opportunities. Pathways - Adult Learning Foundations is a community-based organization that offers foundational learning opportunities both in person and online.
Our goal is to promote and provide pathways for participants to reach their goals. We do this by offering learning opportunities that are relevant, practical and build on the learner’s previous knowledge, experience, and strengths. We also offer learner support services, providing pathways to other services beyond our scope.
MHC Pathways serves adult learners in the south-east corner of the province including the regions of Medicine Hat and Cypress County, Brooks, and the County of 40 Mile.