Helping Aboriginal Adults in Ontario achieve their online learning goals

Are you an adult in Ontario looking for a new way to reach your goals?

Good Learning Anywhere offers online courses to help Ontario adults access
job opportunities, develop life skills, and prepare for post-secondary.

Student Success Stories

I really enjoyed the course and found it to be very informative. I was surprised at how little I knew about Woodland Art. I learned so many new things and have been inspired to learn more. Thank you for giving such a wonderful presentation! 

I am an Employment Consultant and eager to see how I can use these opportunities to help my clients! I recently had someone come in, having completed the office essentials and it gave her the confidence she needed to move ahead in her career decisions. Very very cool!

I want to let you know how refreshing it is to take courses and actually have someone who is willing to help and guide me along the way. It makes all the difference in my ability to do these courses without feeling completely lost or overwhelmed.

I’d like to say thank you! I’ve learned so much these past 4 weeks, I’m so grateful to have taken this program. You’ve helped me figure out and prepare myself for my future goals! Kitchi Meegwetch to you, and your staff, and everyone else who works with Good Learning Anywhere!

I am really enjoying my time in college, and I was so happy that I took the courses with Sioux Hudson Literacy. It gave me the preparation I needed in some areas of college life.

Both instructors were very knowledgeable, accommodating and patient. What a wonderful way for adults seeking employment to build their knowledge and skill level as well as increasing one’s self-esteem and confidence.

I really enjoyed the sharing circle program yesterday, especially when Adrian was talking about how he started as a graphic designer. It was absolutely fascinating, I never thought graphic design was so interesting.

This Employment Ontario program is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.