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Alexandra Park Neighbourhood Learning Centre (APNLC)


Alexandra Park Neighbourhood Learning Centre (APNLC) is an adult learning centre located in downtown Toronto. APNLC offers a variety of free learning programs including Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) and Academic Upgrading (AU) classes, as well as one-to-one tutoring delivered with the support of volunteer literacy tutors.

These programs offer adult learners the opportunity to upgrade their skills and knowledge to prepare for college programs, apprenticeships and employment. We also support adult learners to become more engaged with their communities and to develop important skills for everyday life.

  • Reading/Writing/Math

  • Digital Skills

https://apnlc.org

info@apnlc.org

Jason - 647-496-5988

APNLC, Free Adult Literacy Program Flyer 2021.pdf

ADMISSION: free

PROGRAM TYPE: Community Based

SERVING: Anglophone

REGISTRATION PROCESS: Contact us at info@apnlc.org. You will be sent an online assessment to complete which helps us understand your learning goals and decide which learning opportunity is the best fit for you. When you complete the online assessment, a staff person from APNLC will give you a call to talk about next steps.

INTAKE: The programs are ongoing.

ELIGIBILITY: Adults 19+. A social insurance number (SIN) is asked for as part of the registration form and in order to be eligible for training supports (e.g. transit tokens or possibly digital devices). However, if someone does not have a SIN, they are still able to participate in the program, but are not eligible for training supports.

ACCESS: Class and one-to-one tutoring are being done virtually.

LOCATION

707 Dundas St. W, Toronto
 ON M5T 2W6

Program Updates

Discover Post-Secondary at APNLC - October 2022 (1).pdf

Discover Post-Secondary is a free 6-week program geared to adults 18+ who are interested in exploring post-secondary programs. Participants will:

  • learn about college, university and apprenticeship opportunities;

  • discuss program requirements and the admission process; and

  • get one-to-one support with post-secondary applications.

The next 6-week session starts on Wednesday, October 26 at 10:30 am.


Here are more details to help you make a referral:

  • This is an in-person class held at Scadding Court Community Centre

  • The class is geared to youth and adults who have faced barriers to education and employment

  • Participants will be asked to provide a Social Insurance Number to be registered in the program

  • TTC tickets will be provided to those who qualify

To learn more and sign up, contact info@apnlc.org or call 416-591-7384.