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Training Programs – Ontario

Regional Networks

Literacy Ontario Central South (LOCS) is one of the 16 regional literacy networks in Ontario.  Together we make up the Learning Networks of Ontario.  Our networks work together to support adult training and literacy programs in the province and in our individual regions. 

We lead local planning within our communities, working closely with our partners, including employment services and other support organizations.

Finding A Program

Literacy Ontario Central South

LOCS represents the counties of City of Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton, Hastings, Northumberland and Peterborough.  If you are looking for training programs in these areas, visit our programs page. There you will find a link to all of the training organizations in each county.  Contact Carrie Wakeford directly if you would like assistance finding information: .

Eastern Region

LOCS works closely with our peers in the Eastern Region.  The Eastern Region includes both the Ottawa and Kingston areas.  You can find links to the Eastern Region at The Learning Networks of Ontario website.

Muskoka 

The LOCS area borders on the Muskoka area as well.  The Muskoka and LOCS region are both part of the Fleming College Service System Manager transformation area.  To find programs in the Muskoka area visit The Learning Networks of Ontario website.  The Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network is part of the Central Region.

Ontario

If you are in another community anywhere in Ontario, you can contact one of the 16 networks for help finding training options in your area.  All of the networks in the North, South, East and Western Ontario regions can be found at the same website The Learning Networks of Ontario.

For more information you can call or email is at LOCS.  We are available by phone at (705) 313-4385 or you can contact Carrie Wakeford at