SK announces $5.5M investment to expand healthcare worker training seats


The Government of Saskatchewan has announced a $5.5M investment into expanding healthcare worker training. Over 550 spots in 18 programs will be created in the province, allowing more students to study healthcare professions in SK. The increase also includes interprovincial training agreements, with new opportunities for SK students created at the University of Alberta, the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, and the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Students will also be able to access targeted grants, bursaries, and other incentives.

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