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Are you a teacher and want to teach these courses?

Teachers are able to create classrooms and select courses for their students to work through independently. You will be able to preview courses before assigning them to students. These free courses are for use at home and in workshops and activities that are also free for participants. Courses are not to be used for commercial purposes. To get started, encourage your organization to sign-up for a free account on the ABC Skills Hub. An organization with an ABC Skills Hub account can add teachers to their account.

How do I create a teacher account?

Ask your organization’s administrator to create a teacher account for you as part of your organization. If your organization doesn’t have an ABC Skills Hub account, ask your organization’s administrator to complete and submit this form. ABC Life Literacy Canada will review the information and activate the organization account. Your administrator will be notified by e-mail when the account is activated. If you are both the administrator and teacher at your organization, you will need to create an organization account first in order to add a teacher account for yourself.

Can I create a teacher account for myself?

You can only create a teacher account on ABC Skills Hub if you are the administrator of an organization account. Teachers can’t create accounts for themselves unless they are the administrator of their organization’s account. Please note that you can’t use the same email address to create more than one account on ABC Skills Hub, even if you’re creating different kinds of accounts. If you only have one email account and would like to use the ABC Skills Hub as a teacher, please contact us at

How can I see all of the available courses and activities before I create a class?

Click here to see a list of all of the courses available and to preview the course activities before you assign them to your students.