What is Computer Access for Literacy Learners (CALL)?
Learning how to use a computer can be a challenge if you struggle with reading or writing in English. In this 30-hour program spread over 7 to 10 weeks you will learn the basics of using a computer from an experienced instructor who is trained in low-level language and literacy education. Classes are beginner-friendly, hands-on, and easy to follow.
You will learn:
- How to use a computer
- Internet search
- Social media
- Basic software (Microsoft Office)
- Zoom online classes
Must be enrolled in our Literacy and Basic English Program
OR have Canadian Language Benchmark CLB 3L to CLB 4L
OR have Canadian Language Benchmark CLB 1 to CLB 3
Have legal status to study in Canada
Have limited computer skills
Semester (10 Weeks)
August 22 – November 7, 2020
August 11 – September 23, 2020
October 6 – November 18, 2020
NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 situation in Alberta, this service is temporarily being offered online.
TIES Forest Lawn
1723 – 40 Street SE
3820 – 32 Street NE
Above Low-Income Students
CALL provides 30 hours of training. You can choose to take Saturday classes or Weekday classes.
|Saturdays Class Schedule (10 classes per intake)|
|Weekdays Class Schedule (20 classes per intake)|