Toronto Council Fire – Literacy and Basic Skills Program

• Our Education, Awareness and Wellbeing Sector offers learners the opportunity to revisit and build on their Indigenous and academic interests. Our flagship Literacy and Basic Skills Program is a self directed, self managed program which assists learners interested in upgrading their core reading, writing, math, and basic computer skills. We also offer classes in History, Communications, and Art. Additionally, we offer drop in and one on one tutorial sessions for students who require more personalized assistance.

• Our initiatives are about building self esteem, confidence, and agency. Success is about monitoring and enhancing a leaner’s health and well being, which, in turn, invariably leads to improvements in their overall quality of life as responsible, and productive community members

Location Ontario
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Paul Haigh, Toronto Council Fire
416-360-4350 Ext.260
439 Dundas Street East, Toronto ON, M5A 2B1

Project Details
Community Urban
Scope of Project National, Provincial / Territorial, Regional, Local
Target Audience First Nations, Inuit, Métis, Youth (15-30 yrs), Adults (31-49 yrs), Older workers (50+ yrs), Persons with disabilities