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CClearwater Campuslearwater Campus (Main)

The Clearwater Campus is located downtown Fort McMurray and is home to the Office of the Registrar, Library, financial services, bookstore and the majority of our academic and trades program areas.

It is also home to the Theatre & Arts Centre, the Syncrude Sport & Wellness Centre and the Syncrude Technology Centre and is completely equipped with a free wireless network.

 

 

Conklin

Apart from its campuses, Keyano operates adult Learning Centres in Fort McKay, Gregoire Lake, Conklin, Janvier and Edmonton. Each centre has an instructor and an instructional aide; is equipped with classrooms, computer laboratory, and library materials; and serves as a Community Access Point (CAP site) for the eCampusAlberta and Alberta-North initiatives.

The Outreach program includes:

In-classroom instruction is available to full and part-time students, and opportunities exist for distance delivery through Internet and videoconferencing.

Academic Foundations - Grades One to Nine

Upgrading for basic skills in reading, writing, math and computer skills in three levels:

  1. Entry
  2. Intermediate
  3. Advanced
  • Academic Foundation programs offer upgrading courses up to a grade 9 level. The skills learned will help adults to continue their education at the high school level or prepare for employment.

College Preparation - Grades 10 to 12

Completion of high school equivalency diploma. Includes a full range of courses in three levels:

  • High School Equivalency
  • Advanced High School Equivalency
  • High School/University Studies combination

College Preparation programs allow you to upgrade your education to qualify for entry into career and university programs or to gain employment requiring a high school diploma.

Fort Chipewyan

The College has a commitment to Aboriginal education and has been involved with the community of Fort Chipewyan since 1976.

Credit instruction is offered principally in the adult upgrading programs of Academic Foundations and College Preparation. Post-secondary credit courses may also be offered as the need arises in other areas, for example, Business Administration, Childhood Studies and University Programs. All courses are offered in two sixteen-week semesters each year. This community-based programming plays a key role in enhancing opportunities for the community of Fort Chipewyan.

Residents of Fort Chipewyan can also take advantage of distance education opportunities through the Alberta North initiative. Keyano College manages the Community Access Point (CAP) to provide a network of educational services and programs to northern Alberta communities through distance education technology.

Fort McKay

Apart from its campuses, Keyano operates adult Learning Centres in Fort McKay, Gregoire Lake, Conklin, Janvier and Edmonton. Each centre has an instructor and an instructional aide; is equipped with classrooms, computer laboratory, and library materials; and serves as a Community Access Point (CAP site) for the eCampusAlberta and Alberta-North initiatives.

The Outreach program includes:

Academic Foundations - Grades One to Nine

Upgrading for basic skills in reading, writing, math and computer skills in three levels:

  1. Entry
  2. Intermediate
  3. Advanced

Academic Foundation programs offer upgrading courses up to a grade 9 level. The skills learned will help adults to continue their education at the high school level or prepare for employment.

College Preparation - Grades 10 to 12

Completion of high school equivalency diploma. Includes a full range of courses in three levels:

  • High School Equivalency
  • Advanced High School Equivalency
  • High School/University Studies combination

College Preparation programs allow you to upgrade your education to qualify for entry into career and university programs or to gain employment requiring a high school diploma.

In-classroom instruction is available to full and part-time students, and opportunities exist for distance delivery through Internet and videoconferencing.

The Dorothy McDonald Learning Centre is lead by Linda Mason.

The centre is located at: General Delivery, Fort McKay, Alberta, T0P 1C0

You can contact the centre at:
Phone: 780-828-4433
Fax: 780-828-4434

Gregoire Lake

The Gregoire Lake Learning Centre is located near the Gregoire Lake Reserve, on Hwy 881.

The mailing address is: General Delivery, Anzac, Alberta

You can contact the centre at:
Phone: 780-334-2559
Phone: 780-838-4361
Fax: 780-334-2559

Apart from its campuses, Keyano operates adult Learning Centres in Fort McKay, Gregoire Lake, Conklin, Janvier and Edmonton. Each centre has an instructor and an instructional aide; is equipped with classrooms, computer laboratory, and library materials; and serves as a Community Access Point (CAP site) for the eCampusAlberta and Alberta-North initiatives.

The Outreach program includes:

College Preparation - Grades 10 to 12

In-classroom instruction is available to full and part-time students, and opportunities exist for distance delivery through Internet and videoconferencing.

Academic Foundations - Grades One to Nine.

Upgrading for basic skills in reading, writing, math and computer skills in three levels:

  1. Entry
  2. Intermediate
  3. Advanced

Academic Foundation programs offer upgrading courses up to a grade 9 level. The skills learned will help adults to continue their education at the high school level or prepare for employment.

Completion of high school equivalency diploma. Includes a full range of courses in three levels:

  • High School Equivalency
  • Advanced High School Equivalency
  • High School/University Studies combination

College Preparation programs allow you to upgrade your education to qualify for entry into career and university programs or to gain employment requiring a high school diploma.

Janvier

The Janvier Learning Center is located in the hamlet of Janvier, approximately 180kms south of Fort McMurray on Hwy 881.

The mailing address for the centre is: Box 85, Janvier, Alberta, T0P 1G0

You can contact the centre at:
Phone: 780-559-2047
Fax: 780-559-2999

Apart from its campuses, Keyano operates adult Learning Centres in Fort McKay, Gregoire Lake, Conklin and Janvier. Each centre has an instructor and an instructional aide; is equipped with classrooms, computer laboratory, and library materials; and serves as a Community Access Point (CAP site) for the eCampusAlberta and Alberta-North initiatives.

The Outreach program includes:

College Preparation - Grades 10 to 12

In-classroom instruction is available to full and part-time students, and opportunities exist for distance delivery through Internet and videoconferencing.

Academic Foundations - Grades One to Nine

Upgrading for basic skills in reading, writing, math and computer skills in three levels:

  1. Entry
  2. Intermediate
  3. Advanced
  • Academic Foundation programs offer upgrading courses up to a grade 9 level. The skills learned will help adults to continue their education at the high school level or prepare for employment.

Completion of high school equivalency diploma. Includes a full range of courses in three levels:

  • High School Equivalency
  • Advanced High School Equivalency
  • High School/University Studies combination

College Preparation programs allow you to upgrade your education to qualify for entry into career and university programs or to gain employment requiring a high school diploma.

Suncor Energy Industrial Campus

The Suncor Energy Industrial Campus is located in the industrial heart of the city – Mackenzie Industrial Park and is home to Keyano College's Heavy Industrial Programs including Heavy Hauler and Heavy Equipment Technician.

Suncor Energy Industrial Campus