Hants Learning Network Association - 90 Sanford Drive  P.O. Box 2465, Windsor, NS B0N 2T0  -  (902) 792-6754    hantslearning@hotmail.com     ​

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Hants Learning Network Association provides flexible day and evening options for our Adult Learning Program classes. For more information on any of our classes or to register, please contact us.

Not sure which program is right for you? Our experienced staff will meet with you and help you decide.

This classroom program runs on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. The course material concentrates on basic reading, writing and math skills. 

Instructor: Karen Harding

This classroom program runs on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. The course material includes communication skills, math, social studies, science, human relations, workplace skills, and computer skills. 

Instructor: Cathy Caldwell

This classroom program runs on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. The course material includes communications skills, math, social studies, science, human relations, workplace skills, and computer skills. 

Instructor: Christine Hooper

Adult Learning Program Levels 1,2, & 3 (Evenings)

This classroom program runs three evenings a week and is ideal for adult learners who are not able to attend day classes. The course material is based on individual learner needs and may include anything from basic reading, writing, and math, to communications skills, high school math, social studies, science, human relations, workplace skills, G.E.D. preparation, and computer skills. 

Instructor: Karyn Welton

HLNA's Adult Learning Program classes are FREE to all adult learners and are funded by the Nova Scotia School for Adult Learning, Department of Labour and Advanced Education, Province of Nova Scotia.

Learners may enter programs at any time throughout the school year and work at their own pace. Small class sizes and individualized instruction are the hallmarks of the levels classes. All learners are assessed to determine placement in the classes that are right for them.

 

All levels class instructors are qualified teachers who follow course material and outcomes prescribed by the Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education.