Teacher of Adults: Literacy Educator Certificate Program
April 9th, 2012 by Monika Jankowska-Pacyna
From May 14 to August 17, 2012, Conestoga College will offer 5 courses in the Teacher of Adults: Literacy Educator Certificate Program via OntarioLearn.
Originally developed by literacy practitioners in Northern Ontario and recently revised by the partnership of Project READ Literacy Network and Conestoga, Algonquin and Sault Colleges, the Teacher of Adults: Literacy Educator Certificate Program (also referred to as the ALE Certificate Program) is designed to address the training needs of adult literacy educators both in Ontario and across Canada. It provides an in-depth exploration of the key principles, practices, concepts and issues that shape the role of the literacy educator in the delivery of literacy and essential skills training in one-to-one and group settings. Contact with and feedback from the course instructor is provided via email, internet and telephone. The program consists of 5 core courses, a choice of electives and 1 fieldwork placement. Successful completion of all 7 courses is required to receive the program certificate.
Available courses include:
- The Adult Literacy Learner OLRN1820
- Planning for Literacy Learning ADED1130
- Foundational Strategies for Literacy and Numeracy Instruction ADED1160
- Learning Disabilities and Adult Literacy ADED1330
- Fieldwork Placement ADED1170
Visit the Adult Literacy Educator site for more information about the program, course outlines and testimonials.
To register visit Conestoga’s website.
Click here to access informational brochure.