The GED Preparation program measures the academic skills and knowledge expected of high school graduates. Recognized throughout North America, the GED program has served as a bridge to education and employment. The GED program is an alternative way to gain a high school standing. A GED may help you gain meaningful employment or assist in qualifying for certain jobs. A GED also acts as a credential to gain entrance to some post-secondary institutions and programming.
This program will provide students with the fundamental knowledge to write the GED battery of exams offers instruction in five subject areas:
GED tests follow in each content area. The tests also measure communication, information-processing, problem-solving, and critical-thinking skills. All five subject areas must be successfully completed to gain a full GED. Furthermore, this program will include employability training, essential skills training, cultural studies, career guidance, and computer literacy.
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This program is eligible for income assistance. To apply or for more information visit your local GDI office, the Lloydminster Native Friendship Centre, call 1-877-488-6888, or apply online now
Program start dates and delivery methods may be modified or adjusted to ensure that DTI programs and services follow the direction, advice, and guidance of the federal and provincial governments and Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer
during this period of uncertainty resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.