Thames Valley District School Board

Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education, Strathroy Adult Learning Centre

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Record #: LON4843 Last Modified: 17 Mar 2014 Last Full Update: 03 Dec 2013
Located In CommunityStrathroy
Address51 Front St E
Strathroy, ON N7G 1Y5
Site LocationCentral Middlesex
AccessibilityFully Accessible
IntersectionFront St E northeast of Caradoc St S
Contact Information
Office Phone519-245-3900 ext 116
Primary ContactBeth Denning, Site Supervisor
Description & Services
DescriptionAdult, alternative and continuing education centre * secondary school credit programs (Grade 9 to 12) for adults, continuing education and summer school for all students * day and correspondences/self-study courses * full or part time continuous entry courses * diploma and certificate programs * educational counselling to registrants * volunteer tutors available
  • Workplace training, career preparation and prior learning assessments
  • Credit for high school diploma 
  • Credit business and technical courses

English as a Second Language (ESL) - General and speciality classes:
  • Literacy ESL - For learners not literate in their first language
  • Language preparation for the workplace/instruction in the workplace
  • Citizenship Preparation - Offered to landed immigrants who have been living in Canada at least 2 years (test can be taken at 3 years)
  • Preparation for University/Professional Testing
  • Orientation to community and available services

Personal Support Worker (PSW) Program - 519-452-2660 ext 69730 - Cooperative education program which includes 382 hours of classroom theory and 314 hours of on-the-job training in agencies that employ PSWs * set fee

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
HoursMorning, afternoon and night classes
Areas ServedMiddlesex County
BoundariesStathroy and area
EligibilityAges: 18 year(s) and up 
Adults 18 years and older who are Canadian citizens or landed immigrants * others may apply
ApplicationSelf referral - course registration * intake and orientation usually begins at least three weeks prior to first class date
FeesSet fee * tuition free for non-resident adults (excluding PSW course) * activity fee for some courses including PSW course
LanguagesEnglish ; French
FundingProvincial - Ministry of Education
Supplementary Info
Alternate NameESL ; ESL-FSL-Citizenship and language training ; High School Credit Programs ; TVDSB
Service Level(50) Non Profit