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Adult Basic Education Registration

Course Requirements

Levels 1 and 2

Levels 1 and 2 are non-credit programs based on the Circle of Learning Framework. These programs focus on improving basic literacy and developing skills. In order for learners to transition to the next level of ABE, they must achieve key benchmarks in the following areas:

  • Communication
  • Numeracy
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Interpersonal Skills

Levels 3 and 4

Levels 3 and 4 (also known as Adult 10 and Adult 12) are credit programs. Learners who successfully complete these levels may achieve a certificate of standing, which is important for gaining entrance to technical and trade schools, apprenticeship training or university.

Level 3 (Adult 10) – Required courses

  • Communications
  • Social Sciences
  • Life/Work Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Science

Level 4 (Adult 12) – Required courses

  • English Language Arts A 30 and English Language Arts B 30
  • One Canadian Studies course (History 30, Native Studies 30, or Social Studies 30)
  • One Level 20 or Level 30 Mathematics
  • One Level 20 or Level 30 Science
  • Two electives at Level 30 (one may be Prior Learning 30)

Register for ABE

Contact your nearest Training Provider to learn more about how to register for the ABE program closest to you.

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