Saskatchewan online learning service lists courses offered for K-12 students

High school students in Saskatchewan will have the option to buff up their hockey skills in one of over 180 courses for K-12 students that will be available as part of the Saskatchewan Distance Learning Corp.’s website.

That’s according to the Ministry of Education, which says there are several unique electives available.

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Looking at the list, the Saskatchewan Distance Learning Corp. (Sask DLC) service offers courses including agricultural production, communications media, financial literacy, hockey skills, power engineering and IT fundamentals.

“The wide array of courses on offer will provide students with new opportunities for learning, which they may not have previously had,” Education Minister Dustin Duncan said.

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“Through this enhanced learning experience, all students will have greater flexibility and choice in gaining the necessary knowledge and skills for their future careers, regardless of where they live in Saskatchewan.”

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The ministry said students can get help with planning courses or accessing local supports, noting that Sask DLC will work with local school divisions to meet the student’s needs.

It added that separate school divisions and independent schools can offer online learning courses through an application process, noting that applicants will have to meet the province’s new quality assurance framework.

Sask DLC will be filling positions in March at the main office in Kenaston and the nine additional campuses found in Estevan, La Ronge, Moose Jaw, Neilburg, Nipawin, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Swift Current and Yorkton.

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