Government of New Brunswick
  • Description
  • Overview

    The Adult Literacy Services Branch is responsible for supporting the improvement of adult literacy skills in the province.


    This program is open to adult learners 18 years of age and over. This program is offered free of charge. Those who are interested in the program should contact the regional literacy coordinator in their area.


    The Branch's main responsibility is to coordinate the delivery of community-based adult literacy services. This is done by providing a range of free adult literacy training opportunities in both official languages in partnership with the private sector, communities and non-profit organizations. The nine regional literacy coordinators assist regional literacy committees to set up Community Adult Learning Programs (CALPs) and provide andragogical and professional support for these programs.