The Sask DLC collaborates with your local school to provide more than 120 high school course options so that you can pursue a passion, try a trade, gain valuable skills, and meet your individual needs or flexibility.
Our unique electives allow you to explore an interest and learn about careers in that field. From Animation to Paleontology, Interior Design and IT Support Tech, learn more about what interests you!
The Sask DLC offers over 25 trade-related courses including Drafting, Mechanics, Power Engineering, Agricultural Equipment Technician, and more!
Time management, communication, and independence will develop and improve while at the Sask DLC. Building these skills will help prepare you for your future.
Students can explore possible career options, pursue a passion or take a missed class by incorporating DLC courses into their current timetable, at their school.
Most DLC courses are available to students 24/7 (except for live broadcast courses), so it can fit into whichever period best suits their timetable. When a student has their DLC course, they can go to a designated DLC space in their school (library, empty classroom, etc.) and work on their course. The Online Learning Facilitator located in the school will help students stay on track with their school work, proctor exams, and answer any questions that might arise.
If you have students who would like to supplement their learning with a Sask DLC course, we want to make it as simple as possible for you to register them and request their courses. To help, we’ve made a series of brief videos to walk you through each step.
Each course is designed to be about 100 hours of course work—which is equivalent to an hour a day, five days a week for a semester. Our courses are available any time of the day or night, so you won’t have to be sitting at a certain place at a certain time to be successful.
A course schedule will be provided for you for each of your classes that will give you a guideline for completing your course on time. If you fall behind, your teacher will be in touch to help you with tools for getting caught up and staying on track.
Each course will earn you one credit, and 24 credits are required to graduate. If you would like to complete all credits in three years, you should plan to take eight courses each year. You will be earning percentages now, rather than points. A minimum overall average of 50% is required for each course to pass and receive a credit.
High school students taking a software-dependent course should contact their primary school to obtain access to the required software.
Live broadcast courses are delivered online, in real-time. A teacher instructs students through an online platform, and the course is broadcasted to registered students.
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