Henday Association for Lifelong Learning
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The Henday Association for Lifelong Learning is a nonprofit organization whose mandate is to provide learning opportunities to adults in the County of Red Deer, especially to those individuals with special needs or barriers to learning.
Program funding is provided primarily by grants from Alberta Government.
To provide opportunities for individuals to acquire important foundational skills such as literacy and English as a Second language.
To address education, training and learning gaps in the communities and area within Red Deer County. In coordination and cooperation with related organizations to help solve individual and community issues through learning.
To provide special interest programs on a cost recovery basis
All courses offered by the Association are provided in the most economical way possible. Tuition fees are therefore kept as low as possible. However, a minimum number of students are required in order for a course to run. In order to determine this, we need to have registrations confirmed and the tuition fees paid at least one week in advance of the start date of the course.
If the minimum number is not reached, the course will be canceled or postponed.
Subsidies are available to all who cannot pay the full tuition fee on some courses. For information, or to register for any course,
- Computer Courses
- Certificate courses and workshops
- Web & Video Conferencing
- Family Literacy programming
- Adult Literacy Programming
- Learner Support Service
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