Find out how ACAT is meeting its learner pathway priorities
Read ACAT’s highlights and achievements from the past year.
While ACAT awaits next steps following completion of the Alberta 2030: Building Skills for Jobs review of post-secondary education, including regarding learner pathways and transferability, ACAT's work for learner pathways and mobility continues. This work is being led by the ACAT Secretariat in Advanced Education and institutions/stakeholders, and guided by the priorities outlined in ACAT's 2017-19 Action Plan and an internal ACAT Secretariat performance plan that is updated annually.
Given this context, ACAT’s annual reporting for key items can be found within Alberta Advanced Education’s Annual Reports for 2019/20, 2018/19, 2017/18, and 2016/17. For previous years, ACAT’s reporting can be found in ACAT Annual Reports, including for 2015/16 below.
For highlights for ACAT’s 2019/20 Annual Report, please see Alberta Advanced Education Annual Report 2019/20, with a focus on the following sections:
Increase awareness of the value of skilled trades and encourage Albertans to pursue apprenticeship education to meet labour market demands - Dual Credit (Key Objective 1.2, page 15)
Heighten transparency and accountability for outcomes through enhanced collection, analysis and dissemination of data - Transfer Credit Awarded Pilot (Key Objective 2.2, page 22)
High School Transitions Module and Support for Dual Credit (Key Strategy 1.1, pages 12-13)
Access to Data through the Alberta Learner Pathways System (Key Strategy 2.3, page 29)
Review of Agencies, Boards and Commissions (Key Strategy 3.1, page 38)
Learner Pathways Modernization Initiative and the Alberta Learner Pathways System, Transfer and Pathways System Modernization, and Key Innovations for Learner Pathways System Tools (Key Strategy 3.4, pages 41-42)
Percentage of Post-secondary Transfer Graduates Satisfied with the Transfer Credit the Received (Performance Measure 3.a, page 43).