About the Community Adult Learning Program
The Community Adult Learning Program supports over 80 community-based learning organizations who provide Adult Literacy and Foundational Learning opportunities in communities across Alberta. These Community Adult Learning Programs (CALPs) are supported by the Community Learning Network, who works collaboratively with diverse system stakeholders and partners, to provide CALP staff with the Professional Development, training and support services they need to advance the Community Adult Learning Program's vision:
Changing lives through adult foundational learning in connected communities.
The Community Adult Learning Program is funded and supported by the Government of Alberta.Learn More
Maps and Regional Listings
There are over 80 Community Adult Learning Programs in Alberta, and they can help you.
The Community Adult Learning Program supports over 80 community-based organizations that offer adult literacy and foundational learning programs, English Language Learning, and other adult learning programs and supports to meet your learning needs. Check out our maps and directory to find a Community Adult Learning Program near you.Locations Map
Introduction to the Community Adult Learning Program
Check out this short video to learn more about the Community Adult Learning Program, and just some of the ways CALP supports adult learners to achieve their goals.Watch the Video
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