Networking activities will provide opportunities to interact with others who share your commitment to lifelong learning. Council members represent a cross section of community agencies and adult educators within Parkland County. The Council also provides a link with other community adult learning councils and adult education associations across Canada.
Council members share ideas, facility space, materials, equipment, instructors, and their own expertise.
Council meetings and special sessions provide current information on adult education, leadership , and personal development. Members can access Council subscriptions to various adult education publications. Your membership provides notification of professional development opportunities and reduced rates on Council sponsored seminars.
Council members can partner to help offset the costs of providing courses, workshops, and training sessions that address priority community learning needs.
Who Can Belong to the Council?
Any organization, institution, business, or citizen who believes in the worth of community adult learning can apply for membership. The Council generally maintains a membership of 20 organizations that meet at least four times a year to share information, identify community needs from their perspective, plan cooperative programs that encourage life-long learning, and to continue to learn themselves. Membership is free.
Tri-Community Adult Learning Association has two membership classifications:
(a) Corporate Member: an organization, institution, or business who actively supports the vision, mission and goals of the Tri-Community Adult Learning Association.
(b) Individual Member: a person who actively supports the vision, mission and goals of Tri-Community Adult Learning Association and has attained the age of 18 years.
Please call Brenda at 780-591-3355 to discuss which option best suits your needs.
We welcome your ideas, your expertise and your enthusiasm for learning as contributions to our network.