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Organization: Centre for Employment and Learning (The) - Listowel Office  
Phone Numbers: 519-291-9453
Email: nancy.lazenby@ed.amdsb.ca
Website: www.thecentreforemploymentandlearning.ca
Address:
280 Wallace Ave S
Listowel, ON
N4W 1Y2
Intersection: Wallace Ave S and Clayton St E
Location: North Perth
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Tue 9am-4pm (closed 12noon-1pm)
Executives: Ralf Mesenbrink - Principal of Adult and Alternative Education
Nancy Lazenby - Site Coordinator
Contacts: Jodi Town - English as a Second Language (ESL) Instructor
Service Description: Self-paced, individualized and self-directed learning programs

Secondary Courses- full credit courses to complete Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or upgrade for
post-secondary education

Co-op Program- high school credits gained through work experience (paid or volunteer)

English as a Second Language ESL - free service for newcomers and those needing to improve written and verbal English skills

Newcomer Settlement Services - filling out forms and applications * help to arrange interpretation and translation of documents (may include fee) * finding job or training * information about other community services

Literacy and Basic Skills - Skills Upgrading and Readiness Program (SURP) - Free service for adults wanting to upgrade reading, writing, math, computer and workplace-specific skills to prepare for job interview or promotion, work toward High School diploma or General Education Development (GED), enter college, university or apprenticeship program, set and manage goals, work and communicate with others * learners work at their own pace on goal-specific activities with direction from an instructor

The LearningHUB - free online program * upgrade reading, writing, math, computer and other workplace skills to work toward a Secondary School credit course, prepare for General Education Development (GED) test, job interview or improve in existing job, enter college, university or apprenticeship program * done through Anytime Learning Courses or Live Classes * suitable for those who cannot access regular classroom programming

Fees: Free
Application: Drop-in for most services

Employment Planning and Preparation and Job Development and Placement Support - Youth and adults 16-24 years, out of school and out of work, and not receiving Employment Insurance benefits

Wage Subsidy - Youth and adults 15-30 years, out of school, not receiving Employment Insurance benefits
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Youth and adults 15-30
Age: 15 - 30 years
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Listowel and area  
See Also: Academic Upgrading
Adult Literacy and Basic Skills
Employment Assistance
Employment Assistance for People with Disabilities
Employment Assistance for Youth
Life Skills for People with Disabilities
Vocational and Skills Training

This information was last completely updated on July 7, 2017

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