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PROGRAM080 - Developmental Studies (ABE)

Department School of Developmental Studies
To Apply, Contact: Aurora Campus - Inuvik
Registrar's Office
Toll Free: 1-866-287-2655
Phone: (867) 777-7800
Fax: (867) 777-2850
Thebacha Campus - Fort Smith
Registrar's Office
Toll Free: 1-866-266-4966
Phone: (867) 872-7500
Fax: (867) 872-4511
Yellowknife North Slave Campus - Yellowknife
Registrar's Office
Toll Free: 1-866-291-4866
Phone: (867) 920-3030
Fax: (867) 873-0333
Delivery Method Classroom
Program Contact
Program Duration Varies
Start Date
End Date
Credential Academic Upgrading / Access Programs
Delivery Location
Aurora Campus - Inuvik
  Aklavik
  Colville Lake
  Deline (Fort Franklin)
  Fort Good Hope
  Fort McPherson
  Norman Wells
  Tsiigehtchic (Arctic Red River)
  Tuktoyaktuk
  Tulita (Fort Norman)
  Ulukhaktok (Holman)
Thebacha Campus - Fort Smith
  Fort Liard
  Fort Providence
  Fort Resolution
  Fort Simpson
  Hay River
  Hay River Dene Reserve - Sunrise Learning Centre (Xatl'odehchee)
Yellowknife North Slave Campus - Yellowknife
  Behchoko - Mowhi Community Learning Centre
  Gameti (Rae Lakes)
  Lutselk'e (Snow Drift)
  Wekweeti (Snare Lakes)
  Whati
  Yellowknife - Yellowknives Dene Community Learning Centre

Adult Basic Education includes six levels of study, ranging from basic literacy to coursework at the grade 12 level. Courses in this program enable participants to learn or relearn skills needed to meet employment, personal or educational goals. Participants in Adult Basic Education take a program of study according to their personal needs and academic levels. Because of this, time spent in the program will vary for each individual.

Due to the range of courses available, the course offerings will vary at each program location (community learning centres and campuses).

Participants often enrol in the program as a first step to entering a certificate or diploma program. Students may take ABE courses on a full-time or part-time basis.

Electives associated with the Management Studies Program are designed to assist the student in meeting the admission requirements of that program.

Elective courses associated with the Nursing Program are designed to assist the student in meeting the admission requirements of the Nursing Diploma Program.

Electives associated with the Teacher Education Program are designed to assist the student in meeting the admission requirements of that program.

Elective courses associated with the Trades Program are designed to assist the student in meeting the admission requirements of the Trades Program. A specialization in mining has been developed to meet the new mine training initiatives.

Elective courses associated with the Mining and Industry Trades are designed to assist the student in meeting the admission requirements of the Mining and Industry Trades.

Elective courses associated with General Administration are designed to assist the student for entry into higher level management accounting or computing programs.

Elective courses associated with the Natural Resource Technology Program are designed to assist the student in meeting the admission requirements of that program.
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