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1. Are you a resident of Ontario?
2. Are you 19 years of age or older?
3. Do you have personal access to the Internet for learning?
Note: Free access at a coffee shop or in a loud public area will not be adequate.
4. Do you have basic computer skills?
Examples: I know how to log in; I can use Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari to find what I want on the Internet; I use email; I know how to use a mouse; I can use a keyboard.
5. Which language would you study in?
6. What is your primary learning goal?
7. Are you prepared to complete a 20-hour course that includes the required Essential Skills for Employment and Education assessment test?
8. Do you have a cultural preference?
Unfortunately based on your answers you don't meet the program requirements.
Be able to study in one of these languages:
If you would like help finding a program that is right for you please contact Employment Ontario at https://www.ontario.ca/page/employment-ontario for assistance.
Based on your answers your best match(es) is/are:
To learn more about this e-Channel partner click the link above, or click here to have them contact you.
You may also be interested in courses offered by this other e-Channel partner:
Good Learning Anywhere provides free online learning for adult learners in Ontario to assist them in upgrading their reading, writing, math, computer and other Essential Skills so they can:
Good Learning Anywhere works with Indigenous communities, organizations and individuals to identify and meet their learning goals in our flexible online learning environment.
The Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) program is a high school equivalency program for adult learners delivered in class by Ontario’s Community Colleges and online by the ACE Distance program. It prepares you to apply for and succeed in community college postsecondary programs and apprenticeship training.
The Learning HUB offers online courses to upgrade reading, writing, math, computer and other essential skills so you can:
This free program is available to adult learners across Ontario who want to participate in online skills upgrading.
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Deaf Learn Now is an online Literacy and Basic Skills program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing adults who live in Ontario.
The program is delivered by George Brown College and funded by the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. Deaf Learn Now is Ontario’s e-Channel program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing adults.
We commit to offering you a time-sensitive program, with individual planning options, ongoing support and open dialogue.