Teaches women how to read, write and speak English. Daily English as a Second Language (ESL) classes help improve the women’s self confidence and make it easier for these women to adjust to life in Canada.
Classes are held Monday-Friday: 9:00am to 11:15am
SWCSN provides programs and support services to immigrants, refugees, and low income women offering opportunities to attend Skills Development programs, The Sewing Training program trains low income women in both basic and advanced sewing skills, such as cutting, design, pattern-making, student fashion display and the proper use of industrial and regular sewing machines.
Classes are held Monday-Thursday: 11:00am to 4:00pm
This program provides women with an orientation to self -employment and an opportunity to develop the personal and business skills required to set up their own business .The Self-Employment Training topics include: computer skills, use of internet, links to companies in order to purchase machines, supplies; fabric, notion, trims labels, learning how to find resources, how to start your business after-program support, promotion’ business support services such as photocopying, how to develop your product line and to assist women in ways and opportunities for selling their own products.