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Overview of adult learning program levels

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The adult learning program consists of four levels, which range from basic literacy to high school graduation. The following outlines the main content areas that make up each of the four levels:

Level I

This level has been designed for adults who need to develop a broad range of literacy skills. The skill set would be compared to a grade 6 student.

Courses consist of:

Communication, Human Relations and Mathematics

Who delivers this level:

Community Learning Networks

Level II

This level has been designed for adults who need to develop a broad range of literacy skills. The skill set would be compared to a grade 8 student.

Courses consist of:

Communications and Mathematics

To see an overview, click here Adult Learning Program Level 2

Who delivers this level:

Community Learning Networks

Level III

This level has ben designed for adults who need to improve a variety of skills before entering into Level IV and/or who need to improve their literacy and essential skills to assist in their life/work transitions. Skill set would be compared to grade 10 student.

Courses consist of:

Communications, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies

To see an overview, click here Adult Learning Program Level 3

Who delivers this level:

Nova Scotia Community College and a number of Community Learning Networks

Level IV

This level is an outcomes-based program designed to meet the needs of adults want to earn a high school credential to enter into a post-secondary education or training program, or to increase their employability. These courses that can be used as credit toward the Nova Scotia High School Graduation Diploma for Adults. Skill set would be compared to a grade 11 and 12 student.

Courses consist of:

Biology, Career Skills Development, Chemistry, Communications, Computer Fundamentals, Global Geography, Global History, Introductory Sociology, Mathematics, Physics, Science, and Technical Communications

Who delivers this level:

Nova Scotia Community College

Curriculum

For view the outlines for some of these courses please click on this link ALP Curriculum

 


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