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Since 1992, Literacy Nova Scotia (LNS) has been supporting the literacy community by working to ensure that all Nova Scotians have equal access to quality literacy, essential skills, and lifelong learning opportunities.

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  Quick Links:

  Practitioner Training and      Certification Program

  LNS Resource Hub

  NSSAL Community Grants

  NSSAL PD Fund

  Find a Literacy Program

  Contact Us

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Help us ensure that all Nova Scotians achieve their learning goals and fulfill their potential.

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Have you considered becoming a member of Literacy Nova Scotia?

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News from Literacy Nova Scotia

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Our office will be closed for the months of July and August to prepare for the coming season. We look forward to reconnecting with you when we reopen the week of August 26. We wish you a fantastic summer filled with new learning adventures, plenty of cherished moments with loved ones, and of course, lots of opportunities for relaxation! Please note that our email will be monitored infrequently during this time period.

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NSSAL Community Grant Applications (September 2024 - June 2025)

Applications for the 2024-2025 Community Grants will close on September 20, 2024. Please ensure you submit both the completed Application Form and Budget Sheet. For more information and to view the Application Guideline document, click here

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Annual General Meeting

You're invited to our Annual General Meeting, which will be held online on September 26, 2024, at 4:30 pm. This event is open to everyone, though only LNS members will have the privilege of voting during the assembly. We would love to see you there! Please let us know if you can attend by emailing us at info@literacyns.ca before September 20.

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Resources for Practitioners and CLOs

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Practitioner Training and Certification Program

Literacy Nova Scotia's eCampus is home to our Practitioner Training (PT) and Certification Program modules. The online foundational training was created for literacy practitioners and education service providers who wish to learn the fundamentals of working with adult learners. The program provides essential training to practitioners in their first year of working with adult literacy learners, but seasoned practitioners are welcome to register.

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LNS Resource Hub

The LNS Resource Hub was created for literacy practitioners and adult learning educators who teach, tutor or mentor adult learners in Nova Scotia, and are employed by or affiliated with NSCC or a community learning organization. It enables practitioners to easily share and co-develop teaching resources while also providing an online forum to discuss literacy resources and best practices. New resources are continually being added to the growing resource library.

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NSSAL Community Grants

NSSAL Community Grants enhance and support the participation of adult learners in community learning programs. This financial support provided by the Department of Labour, Skills and Immigration (LSI) is available to community learning organizations funded under the Nova Scotia School for Adult Learning (NSSAL) based on criteria approved by the Adult Education Division. The duration of the grant is 12 months (July to June) and funds can not be forward forward. Any changes to your budget or activities report must be pre-approved.

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NSSAL Professional Development Fund

The NSSAL PD Fund is your gateway to unlocking the full potential of your organization's professional development opportunities. The NSSAL PD Fund is available for groups. Exceptions are made to cover individual travel expenses through the fund to ensure everyone has equal access to these invaluable opportunities. Apply today and take full advantage of this valuable resource.

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About Literacy Nova Scotia

Literacy Nova Scotia is a non-profit charitable umbrella organization that provides a provincial forum for organizations and people to work together so that every adult has literacy and essential skills learning opportunities. We do that by raising awareness about the state of literacy in the province and the country, by promoting accessible programs for all, by collaborating with others who have similar interests and goals to support and celebrate learning, and by making connections.

LNS provides funding, practitioner training, and learner financial awards. We also produce resources, share information about literacy, promote accessible programs for all, and collaborate with others in order to support and celebrate learning. 

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LNS is partly funded by the Department of Labour, Skills and Immigration.

 

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