Transition Skills Training Program

This program is offered in Partnership with the Ministry of Social Services. The objective of the Transition Skills Training Program is to assist youth to improve life skills which will better prepare them for successful independence in the community. TST is for youth ages 15-19. The focus of TST is to help youth learn skills that will assist them in their transition to independence and enable them to make positive decisions in this pivotal and critical period of their lives.

Do you work with a young person who would benefit from a positive and fun after school experience one evening per week?  Transitional Skills Training groups could be for them!


A group for youth, age 14-17

Four main topics…

Day to Day Life skills
Self-Reflection and Self-Care
Being Part of Communities
Employment Readiness

Sessions are casual and fun-focused, including snacks or group cooking, playing games such as Wellness Jeopardy or Self-Care Bingo, group discussions, and watching relevant movies and videos

Tuesday evenings from 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Nov. 10 – Dec. 22
Christmas break.
Jan. 12 – Feb. 23
In the Catholic Family Services Group Room – 1272 101 St. 



       COVID-19 Safety

  • Masks will be required by all until seated at a 2-meter social distance.
  • Hand washing and sanitizing stations will be in place.
  • Anyone with COVID-19 related symptoms will be asked not to attend.
  • Group sizes will be limited to no more the 7 youth plus facilitators.
  • CFS will continue to follow all provincial health guidelines.


For more information or to register:

Call: (306) 445-6960
Email: Joseph Campbell, TST Facilitator, at

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Transition skills training program

" I will tape this information to my bedroom wall. Every time I want to quit school, I will read this budget, and how much it will cost me to live. I know I do not want to be homeless or be on Social Services. I want to go to College and this will be my reminder. I have learnt a lot."

- Testimonial