From all of us at St. Louis Adult Learning and Continuing Education Centres, have a blessed Christmas with family and friends and a wonderful start to 2020!
That seems so hard, you say.
Most students have shared that when they come to St. Louis Adult Learning and Continuing Education Centres, the hardest part was opening the door.
If this is you, then it’s time to open that door and we will work with you to set some goals.
Let’s be real – even the best-laid plans may not turn out the way you expect. You may not achieve every goal you set out, or your goal may change and develop as time progresses. Most paths are not a straight line.
Either way, it’s important to have an idea of how to set goals. Developing SMART goals is a great way to get started.
Not all SMART goals are created equally, either.
To start, think about what long-term goals you want to set. These goals will take longer and have more moving parts. (By the way, finishing your high school as an adult might not take as long as you think it will)
Once you’ve determined a long-term goal (or a couple), break it down and determine:
Next, you’ll want to further break down your SMART goal into smaller targets or short-term goals. What tasks can you accomplish in the next day or weeks to help you reach your end result?
As you approach a new year, share these goals with someone. You are welcomed to come to St. Louis with your 20/20 vision or even your hopes for your future and
All other classes are available including:
ALL other programs will be running as usual. These include all St. Louis Secondary School Credit courses, International Language, Culinary, Hairstyling and Personal Support Worker programs.
OSSTF staff at St. Louis will not be at work on December 4, as they are on strike TODAY.
(as of December 2, 2019)
OSSTF, the union representing our co-workers in these programs, have been engaged in provincial negotiations for several weeks. As part of this process, OSSTF has indicated that if sufficient progress is not made in these negotiations by Wednesday, December 4, they will engage in a one-day strike on that date. The LINC, ESL, Core Essentials programs and Spots for Tots / LINC childminding cannot run without the work of our valuable instructors and childcare workers.