Academy of Learning Career College is closely monitoring COVID-19 updates from Alberta Health Services and Alberta Education. We advise all our students and staff to follow all precautions to slow down the spread.
Important information about COVID-19
We Are Still Open
We are currently offering online learning and virtual classrooms until circumstances permit.
We use a platform called myAOLCC to host our online training and our virtual classrooms, allowing our students to access everything they need in one place including video conferencing with their instructors and peers, study materials, class notes/ presentations, discussion boards, assignments, and quizzes.
Contact us for more details.
Book your virtual or in-person interview with an Admissions Advisor today.
We have included some resources below to help you stay up-to-date on the COVID-19 developments.
We are fully open for in-class and online training!
As we officially open our doors to in-class students again, Academy of Learning has chosen to participate in the Restrictions Exemption Program. This decision was made with the safety and comfort of all our students in mind, and we are committed to keeping our campuses safe.
As of September 21, 2021, all guests and students who chose to study in person will be required to show proof of one of the following options:
- Proof of vaccination
- Proof of a negative privately-paid test result taken within the last 72 hours
- An original medical exemption letter
- As of October 25, 2021, two doses of a covid vaccine will be required for all students and guests on campus.
- Valid personal identification will be required alongside the above protocols
Thank you for your continued support and cooperation! We look forward to seeing you soon!
Stop the spike
New health measures are in place to protect the health system and reduce the rising spread of COVID-19 provincewide.
A Path Forward is a roadmap to help Albertans understand how restrictions will be eased in steps over the coming months. It outlines the sectors that will see gradual restriction changes at each step based on hospitalization benchmarks. Growth of cases and variants of concern will also guide decisions to further ease or increase restrictions.
Alberta returned to Step 1 on April 6. Step 1 restrictions will remain in place until further notice.
To learn more, click here.