Our courses are offered in house and on location in the communities.

Introduction to Computers (Windows 10)
This course is for people who have never touched a computer, though computer users will learn many new things too.

Introduction to Internet and Email
This course will teach people how to use the internet safely for social and business activities.

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2016
Learn how to create formal documents like business letters or fun documents like recipes or family newsletters.

Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2016
In this course we teach people how to use Excel spreadsheet to organize information into nice, neat rows and columns, then format, sort, analyze and do math right on the sheets. Useful for financial records, address books, to do lists, too many things to mention

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
This program teaches you how to use PowerPoint to create beautiful slideshow and presentations that will provide the tools to help even the most timid individual’s master the art of public speaking.

Money Matters: an Introduction to Financial Literacy
Gain the confidence to develop, maintain and adjust a personal/household budget, prepare a tax return, credit and borrowing, RESPs and other ways to save and much more in this four-day course designed to teach you the secrets of managing the all-mighty dollar!

Digital Skills for the Work World
This 2 week employment program will assist people to gain basic computer and workplace skills they can use to find and keep suitable employment.  The program runs Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 3:00 with 1 hour off for lunch.  It is free of charge and consists of six modules:

  • Computer Basics: designed for people who have never touched a computer (but computer users will learn many new things too).
  • Introduction to Microsoft Word:  basic formatting and editing to create Word documents.
  • Resume & Cover Letters:  more complex formatting and lots of info about making good resumes and cover letters for job applications.
  • Job Search:  Techniques and resources to find and get a good job.
  • Employment Related Soft-Skills:  Discussion about things we can do to help us keep that job.
  • Cross-Cultural Awareness:  The Yukon has people from many different cultures, how do we all get along?

 

Coming Soon to Yukon Learn – Stay Tuned

  • Introduction to Social Media
  • Environmental Literacy Workshop
  • Crafting with Literacy Workshops
  • Keyboarding Basics
Course
Level
Description
Reading
Literacy skills: 1,2,3,4
One on One Tutoring - Understanding materials written in sentences or paragraph (e.g. letters, manuals).
Writing
Literacy skills: 1,2,3,4
One on One Tutoring - Communicating by arranging words, numbers and symbols on paper or a computer screen.
Numeracy
Literacy skills: 1,2,3,4
One on One Tutoring - Using numbers and thinking in quantitative terms to complete tasks.
Computer Use
Literacy skills: 1,2,3,4
Scheduled Classes &/or One on One Tutoring - Using computers and other forms of technology.
Oral Communications
Literacy skills: 1,2,3,4
One on One Tutoring - Using speech to exchange thoughts and information.
Document Use
Literacy skills: 1,2,3,4
One on One Tutoring - Finding, understanding or entering information (e.g. text, symbols, numbers) in various types of documents, such as tables or forms.
Critical Thinking
Literacy skills: 1,2,3,4
One on One Tutoring - Finding and evaluating information to make rational decisions or to organize work.
Working with Others
Literacy skills: 1,2,3,4
One on One Tutoring - Interacting with others to complete tasks.
Continuous Learning
Literacy skills: 1,2,3,4
One on One Tutoring - Participating in an ongoing process of improving skills and knowledge.
GED Preparation
Grade 12 Equivalency
One on One Tutoring - Preparing to write the GED Exam
Tutor Training
Introduction to One on One Tutoring
Scheduled Workshops - Basic tutoring, tutoring clients with disabilities