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Learn English or French Improving your language skills in Ontario

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Published on February 10, 2018 with No Comments

You can choose from many different full-time and part-time language training classes, depending on your immigration status.
English and French School Boards or community agencies located across Ontario provide language training classes. Language training programs provided by school boards are called adult non-credit language training. You can find adult non-credit language training by contacting a school board near you.
You can take beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels of language training courses. There are general programs for speaking, listening, reading and writing. You may also take language training to improve your business skills in special job areas such as accounting, computers, or communication. Some school boards offer literacy classes and help you prepare for postsecondary study.
You can also take Citizenship and Language classes which can help you learn about Canada and Ontario, and about active citizenship. These classes also teach you information you need to pass the citizenship test.
Language training classes are free. They may be available in your community during the day, in the evening, or on weekends, depending on where you live.
You can study at home and send your work to a teacher who marks it through the Independent Learning Centre. Learners taking ESL must arrange for someone to act as their volunteer tutor.
The LINC Home Study program is a free program that helps you improve your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills of the English language. You can study in your home, and have contact with a teacher every week. To register in the LINC Home Study program you will have to have your language assessed at an Assessment Centrebefore you begin the program so that you can be placed in a language level that is right for you.

 

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