The Adult Development Department located on des Seigneurs street in Little Burgundy provides various educational and training programs with the aim of developing and strengthening life and work skills among our community members and program participants. We are committed to supporting adults in all aspects of their development and success. One way in which we achieve this, is by countering isolation and providing a sense of community by offering a safe welcoming space where people can drop-in to use the computers, socialize, read the newspaper, and have a snack & coffee.

Our Pre-employment program helps participants develop new skills and keep up with the demands of an ever-changing and competitive job market. We also offer computer instruction, language training and seniors activities. Come by to visit us, we look forward to meeting you.

See how we are making a difference!

I started coming to the AD Department in 2012 in order to use the computers since I didn’t have internet access at home. I’ve been coming here regularly since then. I learned how to use computer programs here like Word, Excel and PowerPoint, I took business training, I made new friendships. I feel at home here.

William Theofilopoulos

When I first started to come to the Adult Development Department, I was learning how to do Excel which I didn’t know how. The reason I come to the Centre now is to go on the computer and to also print. It gets me out of the house which staying home can get depressing. I like to be out and around people. The workers are very helpful.

La Vern Mahomed

Since 1927, Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has provided empowering educational programming for residents of Little Burgundy from birth through adulthood.

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French Classes

We offer part-time beginners and intermediate French classes. The cost per session is $80 and $40 for seniors.
For more information and to register call: 514 931-6265.

Employment / Work Skills Training

The Pre-employment program is a full-time 6-month training that offers French, computer, life skills and job search instruction. We also provide individual one-on-one assistance, help each person come up with an action plan and ultimately find an internship and work. We offer 2 sessions per year; one that starts in early September and the other in February.

For more information, call: 514 931-6265 ext 24

Our Pre-employment program in partnership with Emploi Québec.

  • Pre-employment program
  • Looking for a job for the first time or after a long time away from the workforce?
  • Unsure of your career path or need to improve your skills?
  • If you’re 18 or over and receiving social assistance or EI, or you don't have an income, you may be eligible for the Pre-employment program.

The Pre-employment program consist of:

  • French Classes
  • Computer Classes
  • Life Skills Training
  • Job Search Techniques & Labour Market Information
  • Individual counseling
  • Internship placements
  • Assistance in finding employment or returning to school

Community Computer Lab

Building new computer skills are important at all ages, and is in growing demand in all fields of work. Our computer lab is there to serve the Little Burgundy community's online needs. We offer computer courses, workshops on how to use social media tools, as well as access to computers for job searching.

Our computer lab is open to the community with a yearly membership fee. Members can use the computers on a daily basis, print up to 4 free copies a day. Each additional copy is only $0.05. We also offer photocopy, fax and scanning services.

Furthermore, we have highly skilled computer tutors who offer one-on-one computer instruction.

  • Computer lab access
  • Group & individual trainings

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Seniors Wellness Centre

Our seniors group meets every Tuesday morning to socialize and participate in a variety of activities, such as arts & crafts, games, gardening, etc. Come by and join our group! Everyone is welcome.

For more information, call: 514 931-6265 ext 27.

  • Social activities
  • Arts & Craft
  • Discussions and support

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