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Adult Basic Education

We get it! It’s a big step, but the reward is so much bigger! Apply for Adult Basic Education and know that NLC is with you every step of the way! Apply today!


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Adult Basic Education

Improve your skills and get prepared for our adult high school program or employment!

Reaching your educational goals is possible with our Adult Basic Education program. The Adult Basic Education program is an accessible and affordable way to prepare you for your high school diploma, career training, or employment. 

At NLC, we understand our students need the flexibility to balance work and home. Our Adult Basic Education program is flexible enough to fit into your lifestyle.

  • Take classes from home, work, or on-campus
  • Study face-to-face or online
  • Apply as a part-time or full-time student

The Adult Basic Education program assists adults of all ages and abilities.

 



ADULT BASIC EDUCATION FUNDING

Students that apply for foundational learning with our Adult Basic Education program could be eligible for sponsorship of course tuition and learner resource fees through our Community Adult Learning Program. This includes a laptop!

There is no application fee* for Adult Basic Education at NLC! 
Visit our online application page then select Academic Upgrading and NLC will be in touch to help you complete your Education Plan. 

*All other fees still apply



Are you unsure where to start?

An Education Plan is the best place to start, and we can help you with that.
Contact us today! 1-866-652-3456

Areas of Study

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The Adult Basic Education program will help you develop the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in pursuing your post-secondary education or employment. Adult Basic Education courses include:

BEL 101

BEL 201

BEL 301

Program Dates

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Adult Basic Education Term 1 September – January

Adult Basic Education Term 2 February – June 

Further Educational Opportunities

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Students may wish to pursue Adult High School courses or career programs as set out in their Education Plans.