Below are a collection of sites that offer free resources. Many sites offer certifications you can print from home, some require payment, and they all offer useful information. There are some resources for families and kids as well. Let us know if you have any sites you would like to contribute
A2Z Safety and Training
Most of the offered courses have a price attached to them, due to their content substance. Some free courses include Pre-Shift Inspections, and an interactive online course learning how to call out racial discrimination and human rights.
For more information, you can visit their website
Sask Polytech Program Explorer
Not sure if Sask Polytech programs are meant for you, take their Program Explorer questionnaire. After a series on questions regarding your interests and skills, they will provide a list of programs that best fit your answers. After reading your options, you can then figure out if Sask Polytech has a program for you
Workplace Health and Safety Courses
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety offers access to free online Health and Safety education. With so many courses available, there is learning for everybody. Some specific courses do require payment, you can find a list of courses they offer by clicking on the respective links
Service Best Online Course
Providing superior customer service with the skills and confidence to deliver it,
is the end goal of Service Best Online. This course requires a payment of $30
and includes a 25-question multiple choice knowledge check.
You have five attempts to complete the exam with a passing mark of 80%
Community Futures resources
Community Futures offers business webinars, succession planning, with other business advice and resources. Easy and convenient online training tools with great information accessible any time of the day, wherever you are, you can enhance your business knowledge on your time
Khan Academy aims to provide free world-class education to anyone. anywhere. They offer mostly K - grade 12 content, but offer instructional videos, exercises, and tests. They focus on mastering your skills, to help you make strong foundations for learning. Parents and mentors also have resources available
They have typing lessons, tests, and games. Typing.com offers a variety of keyboard based services. Keep track of your typing progress by logging in, add a word count to your resume, or read up on digital literacy, maybe learn how to code.
note: some resources are specific to the people of Prince Albert, it's district and Saskatchewan.
computer and email
career and education
City of Prince Albert
managing jobs and the pandemic
other services and support