Alice Frost Campus, Old Crow

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What’s happening

March 2 - 13, 2020

In this two-week program, gain basic computer and workplace skills to help you find and maintain sustainable employment. 

Upcoming programs and courses in Old Crow

To register for any of the following programs or for more information, contact the Alice Crow Campus at or 867.966.8800

You are not registered for a course until you provide a completed registration form and payment. Space is limited, please pick up a registration form as soon as possible. 

Learning Through Play | January 14-22, 2020

Students will explore the nature and development of play in the lives of children from birth to twelve years of age. Students will learn how to research, plan, organize and prepare meaningful play experiences to enhance the growth of individual children. Through active exploration with suitable play materials, students will gain a personal appreciation of the functions of play and of their role as adult facilitators in that process.

Exceptional Individuals | January 18 2020

Students consider the exceptional child, first with respect to the child’s basic needs as an individual and, second, as the exceptionality influences his/her development and behaviour. Exceptionality is considered within the context of the family. Attention is focused on the most inclusive environment in which the child's personal and educational needs can be met. This course is an introduction to exceptionality and is not intended to train specialists in the field.

Shine a Light on Dementia | Mondays, January 20-February 24 6-8pm | Free

This training program brings caregivers together to engage in meaningful conversations, share information and develop skills to provide quality care for people with dementia. During this time, participants have an opportunity to explore a variety of topics, such as dementia: onset, development & progression; approaches and strategies for caregivers; what to do after a diagnosis; grief management & self-care for caregivers; legal & financial matters; advanced care directives, substitute decision makers, wills & power of attorney, palliative care; discussion of options and issues around death and dying.

Mental Health First-Aid | January 28-30, 2020 | $100 + gst

The Mental Health First Aid Canada for Northern Peoples course is guided by a number of important principles including respect, cooperation, community, harmony, generosity, and resourcefulness. This northern version of the basic course integrates material that reflects the experiences of Aboriginal peoples - First Nation, Inuit, and Metis - as these peoples make up a large segment of the northern population. In addition, this course addresses the importance of holism and balance. The whole person: mental, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual - must be considered when providing mental health first aid.

Wallet Wisdom | February 3-7, 9am-3pm

Gain the confidence to develop, maintain and adjust a personal/household budget. learn about basic banking, credit and borrowing, tax returns, RESPs and other ways to save. Each day will build on the introductory Money Matters program. Participants will gain a better understanding of financial concepts, practices, and opportunities, including round table discussion and sharing sessions with participants. Designed to teach you the secrets of managing the almighty dollar! Course presented by Yukon Learn in partnership with United Way Yukon and ABC Money Matters.

Beginner Gwich'in Language Intensive | February 3-May 1

In this twelve-week program, we will go through the Gwich'in 1 and Gwich'in Googwandak 1 courses. Gwich'in 1 is a beginner's level course that gets learners to a vocabulary of over 500 words, with accompanying sentences. We learn in an interactive classroom setting using games and activities. Gwich'in Googwandak puts our new vocabulary into sentences using traditional Gwich'in stories. Learners will now have a vocabulary of over 1,000 words. We use a direct acquisition methodology developed by School of Spokane, and the classes are in full immersion. This will be a full-time study for students who can dedicate time to learn this material quickly and efficiently. This course is not a Yukon College course, but it is taking place at the Alice Frost Campus. To apply, contact Sophia Flather at or 867.966.3261 ext. 272.

Digital Skills for the Work World | March 2-13

This two-week employment skills program consists of six hands-on modules that will assist people to gain basic computer and workplace skills they can use to find and maintain sustainable employment. You will learn computer basis; editing and formatting in basic word documents; formatting and creating resumes and cover letters that stand out; techniques and resources for finding employment; employment related soft-skills that will help you keep jobs and thrive; and cross-cultural awareness in the workplace. This course is presented by Yukon Learn in partnership with Yukon Government.

Chainsaw Safety | TBD

Understanding the Umbrella Final Agreement and the Self-Government Agreement | TBD

Land Resiliency | Coming April-June

Lands Recorder | Coming April-June

Year-End Celebration | Coming April-June

What courses would you like to see? Let us know!

Supportive Distance Learning in Old Crow

Distance learning, or online learning, provides students with access to class instruction over the Internet, rather than in a classroom.

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Programs offered via Distance Learning


Contact Us

Renee Charlie

Community Campus Liaison, Alice Frost Community Campus (Old Crow)
Community Education and Development - Southern

Campus Hours

Monday to Friday
8:30am - 4:00pm

This most northerly campus brings the college to the Vuntut Gwitchin people of Old Crow. Our doors are always open, come say hi!

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