What is Literacy?

More than just reading and writing, literacy is a way to understand and be a part of the world around you. Being able to read and write, having the skills, knowledge and understanding to manage your personal and work life are all part of literacy.

Aurora College has Literacy Outreach Centres in Fort Smith and Yellowknife that work with people who want to improve their English literacy levels but who are not ready to enroll in our Adult Literacy and Basic Education (ALBE) course.

Our Literacy Outreach Centres offer a gateway to lifelong learning that is open to everyone. 

Yellowknife Literacy Outreach Centre

The Yellowknife Literacy Outreach Centre is a partnership with Inclusion NWT and offers a number of programs both on-site and in the community to individuals with or without disabilities.

Programs offered by the Yellowknife LOC include:

-Adult Literacy Classes
-Introduction to Computer Basics Levels 1 & 2
-Family Literacy
-Tutoring Services
-Baker Centre Book Club

Contact the LOC in Yellowknife Today

Coordinator, Xiaoyi Yan
Phone: (867) 920-3016
Email: xyan@auroracollege.nt.ca

Literacy Instructor, Thomas Gagnon-van Leeuwen
Phone: 867-445-3969
Email: loc@inclusionnwt.ca

Fort Smith Literacy Outreach Centre

Programs offered by the Fort Smith LOC include:

-Adult Literacy and Numeracy Classes
-Basic Computer Courses
-ALBE 120-130 (if you want to include that)
-Literacy and Essential Skills courses
-Career Exploration, Job Search and Workplace Readiness

Contact the LOC in Fort Smith Today

Cherie Stewart
Phone: 867-872-7586
Email: cstewart@auroracollege.nt.ca