Community Learning Centres
NOTE: All COVID-19 protocols are to be followed when services are provided in person, including physical distancing and the use of face masks and hand sanitizer. As of March 1, 2022, students will be required to be fully vaccinated and submit proof of vaccination OR will be required to undergo regular COVI-19 testing and wear appropriate PPE. Testing and PPE will be provided by the College.
Taking a course at a Community Learning Centre is a great place to start your education journey with Aurora College. No matter what your previous education or your future goals, the College is here to support you. Whatever your reason for attending, we welcome you to your local Community Learning Centre.
There are 21 Community Learning Centers across the Northwest Territories delivering a wide range of programming to local residents. Programming is different in each community as the needs of individual communities differ. Programs are delivered by Community Adult Educators who are committed to the success of students along with visiting instructors who deliver specialized training and workshops right in your community.
Many NWT learners begin their educational journey at a Community Learning Centre, on the way to achieving their career, educational and personal goals. Please click on your community’s name below and feel free to call the Community Adult Educator in your community to learn more.
Aurora College is transforming into a polytechnic university and the Community Learning Centres will continue to deliver programs and training for residents in communities across the north.