Foundational Learning

BASIC LITERACY FOR ADULTS

Volunteer tutor program – Reading, Writing, Math, English, Communication, Computers, Workplace essential skills

Community Adult Learning

PROGRAMS & COURSES FOR ADULTS

We are your rural providers of lifelong learning opportunities! We offer a wide range of programming/courses.

Family Literacy

PLAY, LEARN AND GROW TOGETHER

Join us for free programs to help your child learn. Call us at: 780-897-4365

Central Peace Region

WE NOW  SERVE THE CENTRAL PEACE AREA

Counties of Saddle Hills, Birch Hills and M.D of Spirit River
780 864 7774

What SPRCL Does

South Peace Rural Community Learning is a non-profit association that provides non-credit courses, workshops, and learning opportunities to rural adults in the Counties of Grande Prairie. Saddle Hills, Birch Hills and M.D. of Spirit River including communities of Beaverlodge, Hythe, Sexsmith, Clairmont, La Glace, Spirit River, Rycroft and others.

Patricia Fair CALP Director

Community Adult Learning Program

We provide, promote and increase access to adult learning opportunities. Programs include learning opportunities in adult reading, writing, mathematics, skills for learning, digital skills, English Language Learning and Community building programs such as GED Prep, 1st Aid and Canadian Firearm Safety Courses.

Dawn Wilson Adult Literacy Coordinator

Adult Literacy

We provide rural residents with free one-on-one tutoring and low-cost courses in basic reading, writing, math, English as a Second Language and much more.

Melanie Matheson Family Literacy Coordiantor

Family Literacy Programs

We provide parents and caregivers of children with information, ideas and courses that will help them foster their children’s literacy and language development. Call: 780-897-4365

Petrina Beale Central Peace Coordinator

Central Peace Literacy

Based in Rycroft we provide, promote and increase access to adult learning opportunities in the Central Peace Region including programs in reading, writing, mathematics, skills for learning, digital skills, English Language Learning, family literacy and Community Building programs such as GED prep, 1st Aid and Canadian Firearm Safety Courses.

We are supported by:

Alberta Government logo
community learning network