Life Literacy signals the importance of lifelong and life-wide literacy and learning. It’s the literacy skills you need to live your life and the new skills you need to acquire throughout your life. Workplace, family and community are important areas in your life where developing your reading, writing and math skills can result in a more productive and more successful life experience.
Have you considered taking a course to upgrade your career skills? The new knowledge economy has led many employers and unions to plan and develop the skills of their people. Improving literacy skills in the workplace has a major impact on productivity, teamwork and personal fulfillment.
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Family literacy is a powerful way to support parents by showing them how they can help their children become confident and effective communicators. Promoting learning activities at home ensures that children acquire the reading comprehension, writing and math skills that prepare them for productive and fulfilling lives.
Literacy and learning in the home can be fun for the whole family. All it takes is 15 minutes a day. Learn more.
Raising the literacy skills of individuals will create major benefits for thousands of Canadian communities from coast to coast. An International Adult Literacy Survey (IALS) measured the results of people increasing their literacy skills and activity in their community. Think carefully and often about the skills you need to live your life and the new skills you need to acquire throughout your life.
Interested in brushing up on your life literacy skills? It’s never too late. Learn how.