ALIS is Alberta’s leading on-line gateway for career, learning and employment information and services. The site is provided through a provincial government partnership of Alberta Human Resources & Employment, and Alberta Learning. The ALIS website provides information to help Albertans with career planning, post-secondary education and training, educational funding, job searching, labour market trends, and workplace help.
Alberta Provincial Government site includes information regarding Preschool:The Early Years, Kindergarten to Grade 12, Colleges, Technical Institutes, and Universities, Apprenticeship, Trades, and Occupations for Industry, and Community based Adult Learning.
Alberta Human Resources and Employment
Alberta Human Resources and Employment supports learning and work through a number of programs listed on this page.
Alberta Distance Learning Centre
The Alberta Distance Learning Centre is a world leader in the delivery of distance learning programmes for students in Grade 1 to grade 12. ADLC provides educational programming services to students and schools throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories, and to students around the globe who wish to pursue their education using the Alberta curriculum. The Alberta Distance Learning Centre is a provincially funded public school which operates as a part of Pembina Hills School Division. Distance Education courses are offered in both print and online formats.
Canada’s Open University, Athabasca University is Canada’s leading distance-education and on-line university. Athabasca University makes it possible for people to earn a university education regardless of where they live or work, or their commitments to careers or families. The University strives to remove the barriers of time, space, past educational experience, and, to a great degree, level of income.