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Centre for Lifelong Learning
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Literacy and Basic Skills

Pre-Credit Program

Literacy and Basic Skills Information Card

Course Calendar 2018 - 2019

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On-going Guidance Assistance – Registration and Continuous Entry

Call to book an appointment or drop in the Centre to meet with a counsellor who will assist you in registering at the
Centre for Lifelong Learning at 519-675-4436
Book a 1 hour appointment with Guidance for intake assessment

Adult Day LBS classes:

Monday - Friday:  
9:00 - 11:30 am 
12:00- 2:30 pm 


  • At least 18 years of age
  • Out of high school for more than 1 year
  • ESL students are welcome and will need to be at CLB 6 or higher in listening and speaking.

Our Focus is Our Students

We offer:

  • Small classes
  • Innovative courses designed for you
  • Expert teacher to help guide and motivate you 

And  these courses will:

  • Prepare you for your next steps
  • Recognize past academic and work experiences for future training
  • Develop your computer skills
  • Provide smooth transition to high school credit courses


We develop courses requested by learners and based on curriculum standards.  Below are popular courses.   Referrals to services and guest speakers during these programs help enrich learning.  Below are 4 popular courses.

INTAKE – Your Action Plan (25-30 hours)

Discussions, computer, and paperwork help you identify what you do well and what you must 
improve. In this program, you set goals and identify what you need to do to get there. 
Required: All levels

Needed Skills for Employment & Pre-Apprenticeship (110 hours)

What skills do you have that employers need? Taking surveys, completing work-related tasks, participating in discussions, and attending sessions where guest speakers are provided to help you identify what you can uniquely offer employers. Speaking with our pre-apprenticeship students can also help you to decide if you want to work in the trades.
Recommended: All levels for those with workplace goal

Computer Basics (33 hours per level)

Do you want to learn how to work with a computer and use software applications?  We can help you update your skills using authentic online tasks. We have laptop computers available that you can use.
Recommended: All  levels

Transition to Credit – Portfolio 

Creation & Culminating Work (110 hours)
To prepare for entry to our credit programs, portfolios are created using a variety of media. Learners rehearse for the exit task:  a formal credential evaluation with Guidance. The quality of the portfolio and presentation helps determine the number of equivalency credits granted towards the Grade 12 diploma. 
Required: Levels – 2 and 3 for those with education goal

Computer Readiness  

These courses are a blend of teacher instruction and computer assisted learning using the virtual learning environment (VLE). 
We have laptops available that you can use in class. We also can help you obtain your own device through the Renewed Computer Technology - Outreach program, if you are eligible. 

Schedule and Locations

1230 King Street, London, ON 
N5W 2Y2