Sarnia-Lambton Programs

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Organization for Literacy in Lambton

What: Help with mathematics, reading, spelling, writing, and basic computer programs – for employment and independence readiness.
Confidential one-to-one assessment.
Free one-to-one tutoring and small groups.
Who: Adults 19 years of age and older.
Where: Sarnia
180 College Avenue N., Room 103  N7T 7X2
When: Daytime or Evening
Start anytime; times to suit your schedule.

180 College Avenue N., Room 103
Sarnia, ON  N7T 7X2
Phone: 519-332-4876

Lambton-Kent District School Board:

What: Small Group Upgrading Program

  • Pre-credit for entrance to adult secondary credit program
  • Improve your skills in reading, writing, math and computers
  • Enhance your employability skills
  • Free assessments
  • Work at your own pace

Who: Adults 19 years of age and older
Where: Centres located in Sarnia and Petrolia
When: Start anytime. Day/Evening.
6 to 23 hours per week

Sarnia
Alternative and Continuing Education Centre
660 Oakdale Avenue, Room 30
Sarnia, ON  N7V 2A9
Phone: 519-383-8787, Ext. 4

Lambton College

What: Academic Upgrading Program for the purpose of entrance to post secondary education, apprenticeship or employment.
Academic and Career Entrance Certificate (ACE) available. English, math, science, basic computers and employability skills.
Large groups (10-20 students)
Who: Adults 19 years of age and older (some age exceptions apply) seeking entrance to post secondary education, apprenticeship or the workplace.
Where: Lambton College
When: Daytime classes available
Program attendance may be full or part time. Continuous intake.

Lambton College
1457 London Rd.
Sarnia, ON  N7S 6K4
Phone: 519-542-7751 Ext. 3535

Native Literacy Programs

Aamjiwnaang Alternative and Continuing Education Program
978 Tashmoo Avenue, Sarnia  N7T 2H5
Phone: 519-336-8410, Ext. 285
What: A program that empowers indigenous adults to achieve goals of greater independence, education and employment, through support and training.
Who: Aamjiwnaang residents and surrounding communities, Adults 19 years of age and older.
When: Daytime
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9:30 am to 2:30 pm.

Resource Centre
Aamjiwnaang First Nation
987 Tashmoo Avenue
Sarnia, ON  N7T 7H5

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.