Hinton Employment and Learning Place has many programs and services for Adults in Hinton and Area! We provide different courses and workshops, English as a Second Language, Newcomers to Canada support services, and Employment and Training Services. Click on the headings above to find information about all of our different programs!
Click on the link below to look at our May Program Guide. If you have any course ideas please feel free to contact Beverly at 780-865-1686 and start an interest list.
Our HELP Resource Room is now complete! Do you have barriers to stable housing, or do you know someone who struggles with homelessness? Our Resource Room offers showers, laundry facilities, mailbox, safe document box, telephone, computer use, individual support, housing options, assistance with forms, share shop coupons, a quiet place to relax and a bite to eat. Stop by 110E Brewster Drive, or call 780-865-1686 for more information.
The course was developed to help people provide initial support to someone who may be developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The earlier a problem is detected and treated, the better the outcome. Mental health First Aid training course will help people recognize the signs and symptoms of mental Health problems, provide initial help and guide a person towards appropriate professional help.
In partnership with Alberta Health Services
Class time: 8:30-4:00pm
Time: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 12:30pm-3:30pm
(Space is limited. Enroll early to avoid disappointment)
Location: Hinton Employment and Learning Place
Included: 54 hours of classroom instruction, All books, materials, calculators supplied, after-class tutoring by appointment and exam fees for all five tests.
Required: Pre-course assessment and registration
This course runs from 8:00am - as late as 8:00pm.
This is a firearms safety course focusing on restricted firearms (primarily handguns). Some topics covered in this course includes (but is not limited to) evolution of firearms, major parts, types and actions, safety practices, ammunition, and firing techniques and procedures.
Please bring Government issued picture ID such as Drivers License, Passport, or Provincial ID Card.
This course will take place at GPRC, Hinton Campus, 247 Pembina Avenue.
Hinton Adult Learning Society (HALS) is a Registered Charity and able to issue tax receipts for charitable donations. Your donation will help someone change their life.
We also accept other forms of donations that enhance the learning experience at HALS. This may include anything from technology such as tablet computers to sophisticated smartboard applications.