Saskatchewan Polytechnic launches School of Continuing Education

a sign on the side of a building: Saskatchewan Polytechnic campus in Regina.

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic campus in Regina.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic has launched a new school to provide alternatives for people during the coronavirus pandemic.

The School of Continuing Education was launched on Wednesday to meet the needs of the local community and provide training for those whose jobs have been affected by COVID-19.

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The new school will also help businesses ensure their employees continue to have the skillsets they need to stay competitive as their industries change due to new technologies.

“The new school will help professionals. It’ll help employees. And it’ll help people who are looking to change careers or advance in their careers,” said Saskatchewan Polytechnic president and CEO Larry Rosia.

Over 750 courses will be available at the new school in arts and science, business, computer and IT, nursing, the trades, health

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