The Royal Alberta College is a not-for-profit, volunteer-based, industry-led organization that works with stakeholders that wish to enhance opportunities for all Canadians, including those that represent marginalized groups; such as individuals that face financial disparity, Canadians that identify as Black, Indigenous or as a Person of Colour [BIPOC], Newcomers, Refugees, Women, LGBTQ2+, racialized and any other underserved community that requires support.
“ .. We work with industry stakeholders that wish to create change from within the industry ..”
– Dr. Crowfoot, Co-Chair, Board of Governors.
Through #FREE:LEARN, The Royal Alberta College, in partnership with industry stakeholders, qualified experts and subject matter experts (SMEs) will deliver lectures through our self-funded, self-sustaining Educational Ecosystem and Knowledge Hub, that will provide insight on topics that relate to learning objectives and outcomes for specific courses offered.
Live lectures are powered by Google MEET, and the capacity is 220 attendees per event. To learn more about lectures, please visit our industry lecture calendar.