Adult Basic Education

ABE Bridging to Adult 12 Program

Program Description

The Adult Basic Education Bridging to Adult 12 program is a 5 month preparation program designed to provide adult learners a foundation in math, communications, and other skills needed for success in a regular Adult 12 program. Individuals applying to the bridging program must also complete the Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT).

Admission Requirements and Deadlines

Z

This program is open to anyone

Delivery Method

This course is mostly classroom learning for six hours per day.

Tuition and Fees

There is no cost to Adult Basic Education, it is a fully funded program for students.

Attendance Policy

SIIT requires full attendance for completion and PTA requires a 90% attendance for payment.

International Students

SIIT is currently not legislated to accept International Students. You must be a Canadian resident to apply.

English Language Benchmark

To be admitted into this program you must be able to understand and communicate in English (Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment of six – CLB6).

Acceptance Policy

Strong preference is given to those who are status First Nation but programs are open to anyone.

Career Centres

6,618

clients worked with job coaches last year

Career Centres

8 Centres

Start your career at any one of our 8 Career Centres in Saskatchewan

Scholarships

$430K

in student scholarships awarded last year

Scholarships

165

awards available to SIIT students

Academic Programs

122

SIIT programs offered in 2017-18

Academic Programs

56%

were offered at Campus locations

44%

were offered at Community locations

Academic Programs

2,432

students registered in 2017-18

We are Indigenous

93%

of students and

70%

of staff self-identify as Indigenous

We are Indigenous

Students from over

70+

First Nations attend SIIT from across Saskatchewan

Academic Programs

1,507

students completed their program in 2017-18

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies

Administration Office
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