Reading – Writing – Math – Computers

The Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework (OALCF) defines how adult skills upgrading is delivered in upgrading programs across the province.  The OALCF identifies five goal paths for people going through our programs:  Employment, Apprenticeship, Secondary School Credit, Post-Secondary and Independence.  The OALCF also defines six competencies (skills and abilities) that we all need to achieve these goals at work, in the community, and at home.  Learning skills this way helps you understand WHY you need to learn them, and how you’ll use them later.

 

One to One Tutoring

A trained tutor is assigned to work with you, an adult learner, on improving your skills to reach your goals!  Tutoring sessions are private and confidential.  Flexible location and times are offered.

Small Group

In our small group classes, with the help of a trained tutor, learners work on individual programs which help them develop the skills they need to reach or move towards their individual goals.

Computers

This workshop focuses on how to use the computer for your job search. Modules included: Computer Basics, Using a USB Drive, Internet Explorer and Email, Using an Email Account, Using Microsoft Word, Using our Skills to Find Employment

 

Partners

YMCA Simcoe Muskoka
Employment Services
Literacy and Essential Skills – Adult Learning Centre – Simcoe County District School Board
Literacy and Essential Services
Georgian College - College and Career Preparation
College and Career Preparation
County of Simcoe - Ontario Works
Ontario Works
Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network