AB announces micro-credential funding for Burman, Keyano, Lethbridge, SAIT

Four postsecondary institutions in Alberta will receive funding from the Government of Alberta’s Alberta at Work initiative to develop micro-credential programs. AB has invested $270K into five new programs at Burman University (Finance and Entrepreneurship), Keyano College (Digital Literacies), Lethbridge College (Game Play Programmer and Game Engine Sound Artist), and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (Liquefied Natural Gas in the Energy Sector Program). “These unique opportunities allow Albertans to develop the job-ready skills they need to be successful and build new careers while building up the workforce in high-demand sectors,” said AB Minister of Advanced Education Demetrios Nicolaides. Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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