HALC Community Courses
HALC runs Literacy and Numeracy courses at locations across Christchurch.
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Literacy Pathways (Youth) course. Full-time (20 hours per week). Learners work towards NCEA Level 1 credits, learner driver licence and improving computer skills, while developing literacy and numeracy skills.
First Steps to Literacy and Numeracy course for adults with intellectual impairments. Part-time, up to 12 hours per week, Mon – Thurs.
Adult Community Education courses at the Hagley Campus, and Edgeware Campus:
- Women’s cooking
- Conversation class
- ESOL computing
- ESOL learner driver licence
Literacy pathways courses: Part-time, up to 8 hours (two sessions) per week during term time.
- Upper Riccarton
- St Albans
Our Literacy Pathways course allow learners to learn at their own pace and level, based on individual goals and needs. The classes are small – up to 10 learners per course. The tutors are friendly and supportive and are experienced in developing programmes which recognise individual learning styles.