What is the CLL?
The Community Learning Library, or CLL, is a virtual learning platform that offers online learning opportunities to families and professionals who work with children and youth, in Bruce County, Simcoe County and York Region. The CLL is convenient, user friendly, includes relevant content in a variety of online courses.
Where did the CLL come from?
The CLL is funded by Children’s Treatment Network, the County of Simcoe and Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre and in 2021, welcome Bruce County as a fourth key partner. The funding agencies and steering committee are dedicated to creating a comprehensive library of virtual educational materials for the system that supports families with children from birth through the transition into school.
Why sign up?
The CLL is a platform that offers a variety of modules to enhance knowledge and practice of professionals and families in Bruce County, Simcoe County and York Region.
When is the CLL available?
The CLL is always open! You can access learning anytime and anywhere that is convenient for you, as long as you have access to the internet. You can complete modules at your own pace, pause them when necessary and even go back and review them again if you choose.
The CLL Steering committee, comprised of representatives from organizations within Bruce County, Simcoe County and York Region, oversee the development of the CLL. If you are interested in partnering with us and/or adding content, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Community Learning Library is an online learning platform with courses geared towards supporting families with children from birth through to transition to school.