London District Catholic School Board

Centre for Lifelong Learning

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Record #: LON3509 Last Modified: 17 Mar 2014 Last Full Update: 22 Jul 2013
Location
Located In CommunityLondon
Address1230 King St
London, ON N5W 2Y2
Site LocationEast London
AccessibilityPartially Accessible
IntersectionKing St and Ashland Ave
Mailing AddressSt Patrick Campus 
1230 King St 
London, ON N5W 2Y2
Contact Information
Office Phone519-675-4436
Fax519-659-2282
Websitewww.cfll.on.ca
Primary ExecutiveJames Martin, Principal; Phone: 519-675-4436 ext 20001; Email: jmartin@office.ldcsb.on.ca
Alternate ExecutiveBhupinder S Gill, ESL Manager; Phone: 519-675-4436 ext 20013; Email: bgill@office.ldcsb.on.ca
Description & Services
DescriptionAdult and continuing education centre

International Language Programs - Non-credit program is available to students 4 years and over * credit programs in some languages for students in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12

Specialized Language Training Programs - Provides workplace language training for ESL students for food and beverage service occupations or skilled administrative and business/clerical occupations * includes skills training, job search training and continued employment support

Enhanced Language Training Programs - Provides workplace language training for ESL students for construction technology training and light industrial training occupations * includes skills training, job search training and continued employment support

Summer School
  • Secondary Summer School - Offers on-site improvement credits and both on-site and online new credits for secondary school students
  • Adult Education Summer School - Offers courses in Adult Basic Education (LBS), Adult English as a Second Language (ESL) and Adult Credit programs
  • International Language Summer School - Offers elementary programs for selected languages during the summer months


Adult High School Diploma Program - Courses designed for adult learners who want to complete their high school diploma * focus on reading, writing, mathematics, and social sciences

Literacy and Basic Skills - Literacy, numeracy and essential skills services that help learners transition to their goals of employment, apprenticeship, secondary-school credit, postsecondary education or independence
HoursMon, Wed 8am-4pm * Tue, Thu 8am-9pm * Fri 8am-1pm
Areas ServedElgin County ; London ; Middlesex County ; Oxford County
BoundariesLondon, Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford
EligibilitySecondary and adult students 18 years and older who are Canadian citizens, landed immigrants or refugees
ApplicationProcedures vary * call for more information
FeesSet fee * annual activity fee
LanguagesEnglish
Established1985
FundingPrivate ; Provincial - Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
Supplementary Info
Alternate NameEAS ; Employment Assistance Services ; ESL ; ESL-FSL-Citizenship and language training ; High School Credit Programs ; LDCSB
Service Level(50) Non Profit