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!
If you have any course ideas please feel free to contact Beverly at 780-865-1686 and start an interest list!
With the HELP of many community partners, and the Alberta Rural Development Network, we conducted a Homelessness Estimation in the Fall of 2018.
Freddy’s Homeless 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.
This course is for newcomers to Canada! Geared towards bringing literacy into the home and giving newcomers the English skills to help you and your children grow. Learn rhymes, songs and stories to share will your child. As well as discuss parenting strategies with other parents.
Classes are Mondays 10:00am-12:00am
Child Care is Provided!
Register earlier because spots are limited. Call 780-865-1686
This is a firearms safety course focusing on non - restricted firearms. 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.
Must be 12 years of age and up to take the course.
Due to popular demand, we will be running a second Non-Restricted Course on Sunday, June 23rd!
Study for your Driver's Exam with an easy to understand, clear language book. This class will help you to decipher the Drivers handbook and feel confident that you understand the rules of the road.
Developed by researchers at the University of Alberta, this revolutionary Canadian prevention workshop will educate adults to TAKE ACTION through gaining knowledge to help prevent and respond to child sexual abuse.
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.