Community Service Planning

Academic Service Plans

With funding from MAESD, Literacy Link put together information on the full range of academic services within each of our six communities. When people ask about literacy programs, they often have another academic goal in mind such as the GED or the Grade 12 diploma. Often people are confused about the difference between literacy training and English as a Second Language training. Our academic service plans showed what services were available in each community. In December 2008, Literacy Link completed academic service plans for each of its six counties. The purpose of these service plans were to:

  • Provide general information about literacy
  • Identify how literacy and Essential Skills fit together
  • Demonstrate the work of Literacy and Basic Skills program

The full 2008 reports can be accessed by clicking on the following links:

Literacy and Basic Skills program - Brant

Literacy and Basic Skills program - Elgin

Literacy and Basic Skills program - Haldimand

Literacy and Basic Skills program - Norfolk

Literacy and Basic Skills program - London / Middlesex

Literacy and Basic Skills program - Oxford

 

Since 2008, Litearcy Link South Central has continued Service Planning throughout our six county area, producing additional reports for MAESD each autumn. Those reports offer a snapshot of what is happening in each community, the impact of labour market changes and trends, and locally anticipated needs for the year ahead. To find out more about Literacy Service Planning, please contact us.