Chatham-Kent Programs

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Adult Language and Learning:

What: Improve reading, writing, spelling, math, computer and essential skills. One to one tutoring, large and small group settings available.
Who: Adults 19 years of age and older (some age exceptions may apply) seeking further education, employment or independence.
Where: Chatham
When: Large and small groups – Daytime
One to one tutoring – Day/Evening
Daytime – 6 to 20 hours per week

Chatham
240 King Street West, Suite 101
Chatham, ON. N7M 1E7
Phone: 519-354-7424
Fax: 519-354-5758

Chatham-Kent Itinerant Sites
As needed.

St. Clair College, Chatham Campus:

What: Academic & Career Entrance Program (ACE) for the purpose of entrance to post-secondary education and apprenticeship college programs. Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate available.
Courses offered: Communications (English),Technical mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computers, and Self-Management/Direction
Who: Adults 19 years of age and older to help to upgrade skills to meet admission requirements for post secondary and apprenticeship programs (some age exceptions apply).
Where: St. Clair College, Chatham Campus
When: Day and evening classes, large group.

St. Clair College, Chatham Campus
1001 Grand Avenue West, Chatham  N7M 5W4
Phone: 519-354-9714 Ext. 3586
Fax: 519-354-5496

Lambton-Kent District School Board:

What: Pre-credit for entrance to adult secondary credit program. Computer Job Readiness (8 week courses – Chatham location)
Improve reading, writing, math and computer skills.
Small group setting (Chatham and Wallaceburg)
Who: Adults 19 years if age and older (some age exceptions may apply) seeking high school diploma, employment or independence.
Where: Chatham & Wallaceburg
When: Daytime – 9 to 20 hours per week

Chatham
Chatham Kent Skills Centre
35 Creek Road, Room 216  N7M 5J3
Phone: 519-351-2689

Wallaceburg
60 McNaughton Avenue, Unit 11  N8A 1R9
Phone: 519-351-2689 or 519-627-7452

 

All agencies serve people from the following groups: Adults requiring literacy and numeracy skills, underemployed, unemployed, employment disadvantaged, Ontario Works, Worker’s Safety and Insurance Board recipients. *Large group can be from 10 to 20 students.