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Literacy and Essential Skills Upgrading at the Alliston Learning Centre
Literacy and Essential Skills (LES) training is free. It is designed for people who need to improve their reading, writing, math, computer and essential skills for various reasons. The program helps people identify their goals, and decide on a training plan to reach them.

For work, learning and life.

• Do you want your high school diploma, a better job or increased independence?
• Do you struggle with math, understanding what you read, filling in documents, time management, problem solving or computer skills?
• Do you want to upgrade these skills?

We can help!

With the Literacy & Essential Skills Program you can:

Improve your academic skills to get ready for high school credits
Increase your employment opportunities

Achieve greater independence

The Learning Centres Offer: 

Welcoming, safe and friendly classrooms
• Individual learning plans
• Self-paced learning
• Laptops with current software
• Transportation assistance to eligible participants
• Daytime classes and elearning/distance learning options
• Part time and full time
• Free skills assessment

Charlotte Parliament will be on site to meet you in person at the following times:
August 31 – 10am – 1pm

September 8 – 1:30pm – 4pm

September 14 – 10am – 1pm

Same reliable service, same accessible location. Remaining with our partners under the common roof at 46 Wellington Street West. Map It. …and in Angus Map It.

If you are looking for work or looking to hire, FOCUS can help you with your employment-related needs. FOCUS Community Development Corporation provides employment services to residents and businesses of South Simcoe County.