The Government of Saskatchewan has launched a new program for recruitment agents that will support its growth in international student numbers. The Saskatchewan Agent Training Program will cover topics such as Canadian laws and immigration and the benefits of working, living, and studying in SK. The program will both better prepare recruitment agents to talk about education in SK and provide the opportunity for postsecondary institutions to build relationships with agents. “Ensuring that agents are well prepared to accurately represent what this province has to offer creates an extension of the high-quality service that Saskatchewan institutions pride themselves on,” said Cumberland College and Parkland College President Dr Mark Hoddenbagh. “By providing agents with this training, students will be well served from the first point of contact with that agent right through to their graduation.” SK Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.