Pre-GED and GED Preparation

 

We can help you prepare to successfully write the GED tests. Our FREE pre-GED program can also help you upgrade your basic skills and knowledge to prepare you to learn the GED materials. We will also help you develop good study habits and give you tips on how to pass the GED tests.

 

 

The GED "General Educational Development" is an Ontario High School Equivalent Certificate for adults who have been unable to complete high school.  The GED certificate is recognized by many colleges, apprenticeship programs and employers, as meeting secondary school graduation requirements. The GED test consists of five separate exams (Science, Social Studies, Reading, Math and Writing).

 

Reasons people write the GED test include:

  • receiving a high school equivalency certificate
  • qualifying for employment
  • getting a promotion
  • registering for an apprenticeship
  • applying for admission to college or other training institution
  • achieving personal satisfaction

 

For more information, visit:

http://www.ilc.org/ged/prep_main.php

 

Events


Wednesday
09
Aug
124 Cedar Street, 3rd floor
Category: Workshop
Starts at: 01:00 PM

JOB FAIR

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

                  1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

                  124 Cedar Street, 3rd floor

 

LOOKING FOR: JANITORIAL STAFF

-P/T or F/T hours available, afternoon shifts, rotating weekends

-Provide a Criminal Record Check and steel toed shoes at own cost (payroll deduction is available)

-Ability to travel between local sites: a vehicle is an asset

-Must be over 18 years of age

Wednesday
16
Aug
124 Cedar Street, 3rd floor
Category: Workshop
Starts at: 10:00 AM

This workshop discusses how to: prepare for an interview, present yourself and answer typical and difficult interview questions.  Participants will improve their interview skills through small group discussions and role-plays.

 

 

Wednesday
23
Aug
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. 

 

 


 


 

 

Tuesday
29
Aug
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.


 

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