Department of Education, Adult Basic Education (ABE)

Adult Basic Education (ABE) is a provincial program for adult learners and is made up of three levels: Level I refers to basic literacy and roughly equates to K-6; Level II is considered equivalent to grades 7-9; Level III corresponds to grades 10-12 and requires the completion of a minimum of 36 credits in order to graduate.

Individuals wishing to attend ABE are eligible to receive placement support allowance which may include a start-up allowance, monthly stipend, transportation and subsidized childcare.

Learning Disabilities of Newfoundland and Labrador

The Learning Disabilities Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (LDANL) acts as a provincial network for individuals with learning disabilities and those who support them. LDANL offers programs to build literacy and mathematical skills, provides advocacy and offers individual and family support. Through public awareness activities, workshops, media, and by working with our partners in the community, LDANL strives to share an increased level of understanding of Learning Disabilities.

Immigration, Population Growth, and Skills

The Department of Immigration, Population Growth and Skills has a mandate to ensure the province has skilled workers for a fast-growing economy. This includes creating a climate which is conducive to economic growth, competitiveness, and prosperity. This will be achieved through a spectrum of programs, services, and supports.

Association for New Canadians

The Association for New Canadians (ANC) is a non-profit, community-based organization delivering settlement and integration services to immigrants and refugees in Newfoundland and Labrador. For more than 40 years, the Association has delivered programs and services that support all aspects of immigrant integration, ranging from settlement information and orientation to language learning, skills development, and employment.

Academy Canada

Academy Canada is proud to be the largest independent career college in NL and one of the most diverse in the entire country. We have helped more than 35,000 students build awesome careers by delivering hands-on and relevant diploma programs in the top 35 employment fields related to Construction Trades, Justice, Business, Health & Personal Care, Creative Studies and Animal Care/Nature.

Discovery Centre

Since 1993, The Discovery Centre has offered the Adult Basic Education (ABE) program throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. By specializing in ABE, all the Discovery Centre’s resources stay focused on the quality of the program resulting in provincial and national awards for our school and a first-class education for our students.

Keyin College

Keyin College was originally established in Newfoundland and Labrador in 1980, with the goal of providing career seekers with the practical skills they would need to succeed and flourish in a competitive job market. Over the ensuing decades, as additional campuses were added to better meet the needs of both urban and rural employers, our graduates became sought after across the province. Over what has now become four decades of academic excellence, the Keyin model of career training has been time tested and retested to ensure that our graduates continue to meet the needs and expectations of employers in the rapidly evolving work world around us.

Murphy Centre

The Murphy Centre offers three options to complete a high school or equivalency diploma, as well as a wide range of career services designed to meet the unique needs of individuals.

Rabbittown Learners Program Inc.
21 Merrymeeting Road
3rd Floor, HUB Building
St. John's, NL

(709) 579-6033