- Led by trained educators, faculty work with adults who want to upgrade their reading, writing, math, computer, or English Language skills to improve their daily lives.
- Learners can either come to CALP with their own goals, or work with CALP staff to set and move towards a goal.
- Learners can work with our staff in small groups or one-on-one, and can work towards both short-term or long-term goals.
Province wide initiatives
CALPs serve the needs of people in their communities. For example, CALPs connect workers with upgrading opportunities, homemakers with literacy programs, seniors with technology skills, parents with the knowledge to help their children with schoolwork, and immigrants with settlement or language services.