Literacy

“Literacy” does not simply mean “you can read and write”

Literacy is about all the skills you need to understand what you read, how you communicate information with others and engage fully and confidently in life’s activities and opportunities – at work, at home and in the community. There are many different kinds of literacy. It’s not just about reading, writing, and math; it’s so much more. It also includes other important skills such as computer use, thinking skills, numeracy (scheduling, budgeting, measuring), and language. Not only is math about understanding how to subtract and multiply; it's also about how math applies to daily life, such as working with money or taking inventory at work.

You would come to EWT because:

  • you want to upgrade your skills before returning to high school or college
  • you left school early for a good job, and now need to upgrade your skills to find a new job
  • you want to help your children with their homework
  • you left school because you couldn't learn there or had a bad experience and now you want to try a different approach to learning
  • you finished high school, but you still feel you don't have the skills you need to get ahead
  • something in your life has changed – you have different tasks at work, or you have been laid off and are having difficulty finding a new job with the skills you have
  • you  want to read your mail or do online banking without help

Events


Wednesday
21
Feb
124 Cedar Street, 3rd floor
Category: Workshop
Starts at: 10:00 AM

Want to know more about the opportunities for working from home?  Are there any legit jobs working from home?  If you want to obtain more information on this subject, please attend this workshop.

Monday
05
Mar
124 Cedar Street, 3rd Floor
Category: Workshop
Starts at: 05 Mar, 2018 TO 09 Mar, 2018 (all-day)

Master the workplace skills that are in demand!

Sign up for this free, one-week training course

Learn how to improve skills in these areas:

Communication

Personal Management

Teamwork

Problem Solving & Critical Thinking

Professional & Skills Advancement

 

Classes are small and interactive

Location: 124 Cedar Street, 3rd floor

Date: March 5 - March 9, 2018

Hours - 9:30 am - 2:30 pm

 

Call Ginette at 705-671-2544 ext.244 to register

Receive a certificate when you complete the course

This training is delivered by certified Soft Skills Solutions trainers

Thursday
08
Mar
124 Cedar Street, 3rd floor
Category: Workshop
Starts at: 09:00 AM

45 and Older?  Looking for work?  Join us to discover the mysteries of the labour market and unearth the purpose of the focused resume.  You are not alone!  We can help you prepare for that Behavioural Interview and explore strategies to market yourself.  A successful job search starts with you!  Come join us for a workshop that will set you on the path for success.

Wednesday
14
Mar
124 Cedar Street, 3rd Floor
Category: Workshop
Starts at: 10:00 AM

Most people know that the best way to find a job is through networking. You can go to networking meetings, tap into your own personal network, or ask friends who they know. With the Internet buzzing with social media, there are many ways to use it in order to network, and eventually find a job. This workshop will introduce you to some social media job search tools.  You will also have the option to create a LinkedIn account. 

 

 

Wednesday
21
Mar
124 Cedar Street, 3rd floor
Category: Workshop
Starts at: 21 Mar, 2018 (all-day)

Want to know more about the opportunities for working from home?  Are there any legit jobs working from home?  If you want to obtain more information on this subject, please attend this workshop.

Visit our Office:

Main Office:
124 Cedar Street, 3rd Floor
Sudbury, ON
P3E 1B4
705-671-2544
Toll free: 1-866-593-7771

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30am to 4:30pm