Programs And Services

 

Goal-Directed Assessment

If you are interested in upgrading your academic skills, the first step is to make an appointment for a goal-directed assessment. During your one-on-one assessment, you will meet with an education counsellor to discuss your long-term goals, previous school experiences, and learning needs. If, after this meeting, the program seems to be a good option, you will be asked to complete an academic assessment which includes reading, writing, and math tasks. This assessment helps us determine the skills you will need to develop to prepare you to transition to your employment, post-secondary, apprenticeship/training goal path.

GED – High School Equivalency

The GED Certificate is the high school equivalency credential recognized by employers, apprenticeship, and colleges. If you don’t have enough credits for a high school diploma (OSSD), the GED may provide the fastest route for achieving a high school equivalency.

Academic Upgrading

Our Academic Upgrading programs provide you with a variety of options to meet your upgrading needs. Our education counsellor will help you decide which option is best for you.

You can improve your reading, writing, math, computer and Essential Skills by developing six competency areas:

  • Find and Use Information
  • Communicate Ideas and Information
  • Understand and Use Numbers
  • Use Digital Technology
  • Manage Learning
  • Engage with Others

College Preparation

Our programs will help you meet the eligibility requirements for college entrance and help you succeed in college. Our education counsellor will help you determine which option will best meet your needs.

Essential Skills for Employment

Essential Skills are the foundation skills required to successfully participate in the Canadian labour market. They provide the foundation for learning all other skills and enable people to evolve with their jobs and adapt to workplace change.