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Toronto Centre of Learning & Development (CL&D)
CL&D's focus is on equipping residents to develop sustainable solutions that lead to a strong, vibrant and healthy communities. Our programs are designed to build individual and community capacity through our Academic Upgrading, Immigrant Women's Leadership Development and Social Enterprise Incubators.
We empower individuals through blended integrated learning, digital storytelling, civic engagement, and self-employment, as vehicles for responding to community-based challenges, and promoting initiatives that lead to positive social change.
- Food Safety certificate
- Digital Skills
- Business Literacy
- Financial Literacy
- Leadership Training
- Life Skills Coaching
- Anti-Oppression Training
Immigrant Women Integration Program & Academic Upgrading:
Camila Geo, email@example.com (647) 362-5627 or (647) 493-2462 ext. 118
Regent Park Catering Collective: Allison Gibson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Regent Park Sewing Studio: Shahrzad Sadeghi, email@example.com
Clear Language & Design: Sally McBeth: firstname.lastname@example.org
http://virtualhubs.ca/ https://www.instagram.com/TorontoCLD | https://www.facebook.com/torontocld
PROGRAM TYPE: Communit647 349-2244
Immigrant Women Integration Program & Academic Upgrading: nd the Immigrant Women's Integration Leadership Program book an appoint with Camila Geo – Program Lead for intake and assessment: email@example.com (647) 362-5627 or (647) 493-2462 ext. 118. The Immigrant Women's Integration Leadership Program online applications are open in the late Spring, followed by an interview selection process late summer annually. For participation in our Social Incubators there is an intake process as part of registration. Regent Park Catering Collective: Contact Allison Gibson, firstname.lastname@example.org Regent Park Sewing Studio: Contact Shahrzad Sadeghi, email@example.com.
INTAKE: "Academic Upgrading (continuous intake) The Academic Year is divided into three terms (September-December); (January-March); (April-June) with a Global Citizen Social Justice 4 week Summer Course which starts Mid-July).
Immigrant Women's Integration Leadership Program is currently an annual 9 month program which includes a 100 hour work placement. Starts in September and ends in June.
Social Incubators (continuous intake) actual program start dates vary depending on training focuses. Participants usually transition out of program once they have started their own businesses.
ELIGIBILITY: 19+ for all prgramming.
ACCESS: CL&D has been following the development of the COVID-19 outbreak. All Learning Centre programs and services are being delivered virtually. In-person activities are postponed until further notice, with the exception of sewing classes that are taking place in person, in strict adherence to Public Health guidelines. We will continue to provide intake and respond to new inquiries. Intake appointments and assessments will be conducted over the telephone and online. For questions regarding programming, you can contact: Regent Park Catering Collective: Allison Gibson, firstname.lastname@example.org Regent Park Sewing Studio: Shahrzad Sadeghi, email@example.com Clear Language & Design: Sally McBeth: firstname.lastname@example.org Immigrant Women Integration Program & Academic Upgrading: Camila Geo, email@example.com General inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or 647 349-2244
540 Dundas Street East (at Sackville), Toronto, ON M5A 2B3
“Since I started the AU program, they have helped me immensely to improve my reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Especially in my communication skills, they helped me to improve my public speaking, which was a great challenge beforehand. And now I am confident in those skills in my advocacy roles with Mothers of Peace. Motivational Learning helped me incredibly to deal with my personal challenges and set personal goals, which was a blessing. Finally, the digital tech class was an amazing learning experience for me. Before it, I had zero computer skills. Now I can confidently take daily challenges that come in my way, with Technology, English, and Math. And I owe it all to the AU program.“
~ Hajia Abubakar PROGRAM PARTICIPANT