SK announces new investments in healthcare training


The Government of Saskatchewan has announced new investments in healthcare training opportunities. SK will increase access to healthcare education opportunities in 2023-24 with approximately 550 new training seats in a variety of postsecondary programs, including in a new Phlebotomy Program and an Indigenous Birth Support Worker Program at Gabriel Dumont Institute and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies’ Health Care Aid Program in Prince Albert. SK also announced $530K in one-time funding to create 58 bursaries for students and new graduates of the Primary Care Paramedic and Advanced Care Paramedic programs who sign a return of service agreement to work with Saskatchewan Health Authority or contracted EMS providers.

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