Contact CVALA today to find out which program would best suit your needs.
Pre-GED and GED Program - In Class
Missing your High School Diploma? Want to further your education or career but need a minimum of a high school education?
We are your solution!
One in ten Canadians do not have a high school diploma. The ratio of high school graduates versus non-diploma holders is changing rapidly due to the changes in Canada’s labour market which now require individuals to have a minimum of a high school diploma and, in many cases, a university or college degree.
Central Valley Adult Learning Association Inc. offers a Pre-GED and GED Program that has on-site teachers who will assist with basic skills upgrading and help prepare you to obtain your GED. The classes are organized specifically for adult learners. We understand the responsibilities that come with being an adult learner, which is why we offer a self-paced learning environment. Our class sizes are small to allow more one-on-one time between the learner and teacher. We have day and evening classes available in the Fredericton, Oromocto and surrounding areas.
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GED Program - Online
Not able to attend our In-Class GED Program? No problem. We have a GED online program that can be done from the comfort of your home.
Digital Literacy Program
Do you need to increase your computer skills to meet workplace demand?
Are you an employer who would like to give your employees the opportunity to enhance their digital abilities?
Our free computer basics program may be just what you are looking for!
Digital literacy refers to the ability to find, evaluate, utilize, share, and create content using information technologies and the Internet. Our program will strengthen and increase your digital literacy level for educational or career advancement, economic need, and community involvement while also increasing control over your own life in our technology-driven society.
Classes are 3 hours once a week for 10 weeks. We offer day/evening classes in the Sunbury, York and Queen’s counties. Our teachers travel to your community with their equipment to ensure comfort and accessibility. Class size is small to allow for an individualized, learner-centered atmosphere. The program is very hands-on and each learner will have a laptop to use during the course of the program.
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