East Hants Adult Learning Association
NEW SERVICE FOR KENNETCOOK & AREA
New ALP Level I/II in Kennetcook
Looking to improve your reading, writing and math skills?
Interested in working toward your GED?
Would you like to learn some basic computer skills?
East Hants Adult Learning Association is offering free classes for adults in Kennetcook.
Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.
For more information call 305-1858 or 883-1608.
Classes start September 12 in the old hotel in Kennetcook.
The Level I/II Program, located in Kennetcook, offers individual support in small groups or one-on-one. It offers a range of academic learning to accommodate all participants. It is a foundation program with the focus on reading, writing and basic math as well as the skills needed to prepare for the GED. It is for people who have grade 6/7, and who may have special needs in regard to learning.
The Level II Program, located in Elmsdale, is offered in a small group classroom setting. It is for people who have fairly good reading, writing, and comprehension skills. It offers one-on-one support as required and covers academic skills at the grade 7 and 8 levels. This program is for people who have been out of school for many years and feel they need a good review before moving on to a higher level program.
The Level III Program, located in Elmsdale is offered in a classroom setting. Grade 9 and 10 academic work is covered. It is intended for people who have good reading, writing, comprehension, and independent learning skills. It helps prepare people for going on to Adult High School, the ALP Level IV program at Community College, or for writing the GED tests.
The goal of the East Hants Alternative Transportation Service (EHATS) is to offer an affordable alternative transportation service to all residents of East Hants including those who are challenged by a lack of transportation due to disability, age or social/economic disadvantages.