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2011-2012
QUILL Learning Network
Literacy Service Plan Reports

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Skills Upgrading for Laid Off Workers

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This video was produced to increase awareness of the role that adult learning programs can play in labour adjustment situations.

The video depicts the heartfelt emotions of displaced workers, the potential for success within an upgrading program, and partnerships between LBS programs and Action Centres.

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Welcome to the QUILL Learning Network

QUILL (Quality in Lifelong Learning) Learning Network is a regional non-profit, charitable organization that assists organizations that work with adults who struggle with their reading, writing, math and communication skills.

QUILL also provides the link for adults, community agencies and employers to find out more about essential skills training in Grey, Bruce, Huron and Perth counties, and the Georgian Triangle.

QUILL is a member of the Learning Networks of Ontario - Southwest.

AEO Learner brochureJobs have changed. For years, you didnít need to graduate from high school to get a good job. Thatís not true anymore. Many employers want to see that youíve finished Grade 12 or have another way of showing you have the skills and qualifications you need. There are many adult education programs that can help you. This document will help you figure out which one is best for you.


Literacy is defined as: The ability to understand and employ printed information in daily activities, at home, at work and in the community, to achieve one’s goals and to develop one’s knowledge and potential.
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