Landscaping & Grounds Maintenance Labourer

Do you like to work outdoors? Tri-County Literacy Council is pleased to offer a FREE 8-week course: Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourer. Participants learn essential skills related to this position and meet industry guest speakers. Course topics include:landscapingThumb

  • soil preparation
  • garden design
  • plants
  • safety at work
  • and more

The training is suitable for a variety of learners including those planning to enter the workforce for the first time, people changing careers, and individuals wishing to strengthen Essential Skills.

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This course starts February 13, 2017. Class runs Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for 8 weeks. Call 613-932-7161 for more information. Seating is limited.


A Few Words from our Learners

“I was unemployed and couldn’t find a job. Taking this course boosted my confidence and the Mock Interview helped me a lot. In the real interview, I used the skills I learned. I found work as a Sales Associate!”
– Carol Lagacy

“Taking this class was the best thing I’ve done for myself and it was a lot easier than I thought – also, not as stressful as being in a college classroom.”
-Amanda-Lynne Riddle

“… our instructor encouraged us to participate in the classroom, which made it enjoyable and educational at the same time. It was a great experience for me and I would recommend anyone to enrol with Tri-County Literacy Council, without hesitation.”
-Monique Julien

“This training has prepared me to seek employment in this field of work. I now feel confident that I will find work in the field I am passionate about.”
-Julie Dennison

“It (the course) helped me because when I started I did not know much about landscaping and plants. Now, I have a lot of knowledge and am not afraid to plant things on my own. I feel confident enough to go and apply for a job.”
-Carol Lagacy

“It (the course) helped me become more confident. I have been a stay-at-home mom for 16 years. I have made friends and I’m more confident at getting a job.”
-Rachel Malenfant