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Community Adult Learning Program Locations

Community Adult Learning Program Locations

The Community Adult Learning Program supports over 120 community-based learning organizations who provide Adult Literacy and Foundational Learning opportunities in over 430 communities in every region of the province. These Community Adult Learning Programs (CALPs) are supported by the Community Learning Network, who works collaboratively with diverse system stakeholders and partners, to provide CALP staff with the professional development, training and support services they need to drive relevant, quality adult learning.

The Community Adult Learning Program is funded and supported by the Government of Alberta.

The Community Adult Learning Program works with providers to achieve the following outcomes:

  1. Adult learners are proficient in foundational skills.
  2. Adult learners participate in further learning opportunities.
  3. Adult learners navigate the learning system.
  4. Adult learners benefit from learning opportunities within their communities.

Community Adult Learning Programs within the Northern Lakes College Stewardship Region

CALP and NLC logo banner

Athabasca- Words Work Literacy Society
wordsworkliteracy.com
(780) 675-5650

 

Manning Community Adult Learning & Literacy Council
manninglearningcentre.com
(780) 836-2664

Chinchaga Learning Centre 
(780) 926-2629

 

Manning Community Resource Centre (Aboriginal) Society
(780) 836-4323

East Prairie Metis Settlement
msgcweb.ca
(780) 523-2594

 

Peace River Community Adult Learning
horizonlearningpr.com
(780) 624-4220

Fox Creek Adult Education Program
foxcreek.ca/adult-education
(780) 622-3758

 

Peavine Metis Settlement
(780) 523-4488

Gift Lake Metis Settlement
(780) 767-3794

   
Slave Lake Adult Education
slavelakeadulteducation.com
(780) 849-8625

High Prairie - Prairie River Community Education
hpcalp.com
(780) 523-4111

 

Smoky River Adult Learning and Literacy
Facebook page:
Smoky River Adult Learning
(780) 837-3013

Kayas Cultural College
kayascollege.ca
(780) 759-2034

 

Valleyview Community Learning Council
valleyviewclc.com
(780) 524-7897

La Crete Community Adult Learning Council
lacretechamber.com/la-crete-community-adult-learning-council
(780) 928-2008

   

 

 

Northern Lakes College has established Community Adult Learning Programs in eight communities within the NLC’s service region. Northern Lakes College is able to enhance the entire adult learning continuum, bringing foundational learning, or Basic Education Level (BEL), programming and employability skills classes to residents in these communities. Students are able to access the local NLC campus to take the online courses, use the computer labs, and access other resources on site. The cost of books and tuition for the BEL courses in these communities is covered by the CALP funding. Programming is available to both full-time and part-time students.

 
Atikameg Campus
(780) 767-3893
Cadotte Lake Campus
(780) 629-3934
Chateh Campus
(780) 321-2578
Driftpile Campus
(780) 355-3550
Grouard Campus
(780) 751-3200
Loon River Campus
(780) 843-8363
Peerless Lake Campus
(780) 869-3811
Wabasca Campus
(780) 891-3766

 

Request for Northern Lakes College Social Media Use

CALP Coordinators are invited to request their events and activities promoted on Northern Lakes College social media platforms. 

Complete the form below with the details of the event, course or activity. If further details are required you will be contacted by a representative from Northern Lakes College External Relations.

 

CALP Social Media Request Form

Name of event, program or course

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Photos and graphics help attract attention of the viewer. Please ensure you have proper approvals if using photos of students or community members.

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