Education & Training
CAHRD’s education and post-secondary training services are delivered through the Neeginan Learning & Literacy Centre (NLLC), Aboriginal Community Campus (ACC) and the Neeginan College of Applied Technology. Synergies between all of these programs provide Aboriginal learners with a seamless transition from literacy and upgrading, through post-secondary training and to sustainable employment.
CAHRD provides a holistic approach to education through individualized Support Services, including access to employment, academic and personal counselling. We also offer student housing, on-site subsidized daycare, and health and wellness activities.
How Do I Apply?
New applicants to any Education or Training program must attend a CAHRD Orientation Session and complete a Level Placement Test (LPT).
CAHRD Orientation Sessions are held every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. and Thursday at 1:00 p.m in Room 304. Sessions fill up quickly, so it is recommended to call ahead and book a spot.
Level Placement Tests are held every Monday and Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. in room 304. Level Placement Tests are conducted in a closed group setting. You must also book a spot for this session.
For bookings, please call (204) 989-7110.
Neeginan Learning & Literacy Centre
The Neeginan Learning & Literacy Centre is a holistic learning environment designed to provide relevant programming to adult learners in the Winnipeg Aboriginal community. They believe in building stronger communities one family at a time.
Aboriginal Community Campus
The Aboriginal Community Campus (ACC) is a stand-alone, adult education centre that provides a holistic learning environment with year-round quality educational programming. Accredited through Manitoba Advanced Education and Literacy, programming ranges from basic literacy to assisting mature students achieve their high-school diplomas.
Neeginan College of Applied Technology
Neeginan College of Applied Technology is CAHRD’s in-house technical and vocational post-secondary training division. CAHRD works closely in partnership with industry, business and training institutions to ensure that our students are prepared for jobs in high-demand industries.
Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for your interest in learning more about our Education and Training programs with CAHRD. We hope this website is a useful resource for you as you navigate through the information provided.
On this page are answers to some of the questions that students frequently ask us. To view an answer to the question listed, click the “+” to the right of the question and the answer will appear below it.
If you have questions that are not answered here, or elsewhere on our website, please contact us.
How do I register for school/classes?
CAHRD offers orientation sessions every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. and Thursday at 1:00 p.m. for anyone interested in learning more about our education services. Please call ahead since the sessions fill up quickly (204) 989-7110.
Where can I find information on full time training programs?
A listing of all Neeginan College of Applied Technology programs and dates can be found on our Program Listing section.
Does CAHRD have any daycare/support for my children while I am attending school?
Yes, CAHRD provides on-site daycare through it’s two licensed centre’s: Kookum’s Place Preschool Centre and Kookum’s Infant Centre.
I have not completed High School education, what services does CAHRD have to help me attain my Grade 12 Diploma?
The Aboriginal Community Campus offers literacy, upgrading, and academic programming for those who wish to complete their mature Grade 12 Diploma.
How long do full-time training programs usually last?
Full-time training programs vary from 5 months to upwards of 14 months depending on the program. We provide free information sessions on the current programs followed by a tour of our college facilities. These sessions run every Friday at 9:00 a.m. in room 304. Please call ahead since the sessions fill up quickly (204) 989-7110.
We are a community based organization committed to providing quality career education to secondary and post-secondary learners to develop their potential to be productive and responsible members of society.
The Campus will be recognized as a preferred choice of Aboriginal individuals seeking Adult education in Manitoba.
We recognize each person as an individual worthy of respect. We will respond to each person’s interest level and development. We are committed to delivering competency-based instruction which responds to the changing needs of learners and the community. We encourage and recognize each person’s right to work in and contribute a positive learning environment. We encourage and support community participation in our activities and programs.