KEEP SAFE AND TAKE CARE
The Learning Centre is open
Monday - Thursday
10 am till 2 pm
Providing support virtually or by phone will be our first choice, if possible.
For your safety, and the safety of our staff, strict physical distancing and sanitizing practices are in place. For now, we will allow one learner at a time in the space.
Are you on a low or fixed income? Sign up for our Meal Kit Delivery Program to cook a healthy meal with fresh produce! Receive everything you need to cook a healthy meal, including fresh produce and an easy to follow recipe, delivered right to your door.
To register, call us at
250-774-4415 by Monday, July 6th at 4pm.
VOLUNTEER NEEDED FOR
LITERACY AND ADVOCACY SUPPORT
If you or anyone you know is interested in working with folks providing literacy and advocacy support, please call us at 250 774 4415 for more information.
DISPLACED WORKERS SURVEY
Help us collect information on workers in our area by participating in this federal research project. The participant will receive a Save-on-Foods $25 gift card. Call the Learning Centre at 250-774-4415 to leave a voice message.
GUIDED JOURNALLING GROUP FOR OLDER ADULTS
A new programming is starting from July 16th for older adults!
Join us for this weekly journalling group to bring happiness and positivity into your daily lives. To register, call 250-774-4415 or email
Adult literacy Program provides small group and one-to-one support and tutoring to adults, to increase overall levels of literacy. The goal of this program is to support adult learners achieve their educational and personal goals to increase life skills, obtain gainful employment and access services available to them.
The Family Literacy Program provides small group support and tutoring to parents and caregivers, to improve and encourage learning in the family unit. The goal of this program is to support adult learners achieve their educational goals and facilitate a healthy learning environment for their families.
The ESL & Settlement Program provides help to newcomers in Fort Nelson to meet their potential, create or increase community connections and use English to communicate effectively and participate fully in the social, economic, political, and cultural life of our community and of Canada.
The indigenous Program takes a holistic approach to support learners in literacy, technology, communications and workforce training. Employment coaching is an important piece of the program. Learners receive one-to-one help with resume building and interview preparation, as well as communication skills and support.