Newcomers

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We can help you adapt to life in your new country!

OSLT – Occupation-Specific Language Training

This work-oriented English language program is offered FREE to newcomers who are trained in HEALTH CARE OR BUSINESS

This practical and innovative course will help you:

  • understand workplaces in health care, sales and marketing in Ontario;
  • clearly and effectively interact with colleagues, clients, and supervisors;
  • develop strong interviewing, networking, and career-building communication skills

Learn how to communicate well in the workplace through:

  • English Language training geared to your occupation.
  • Practical exercises based on actual workplace communications tasks.
  • Career-planning assistance.
  • Opportunities to connect with local employers, industries and resources.

This course is for you if:
You have training or experience in one of the following for

HEALTH CARE:

– Nursing, personal support work, dental hygiene, etc.

OR

BUSINESS:

– self-employment, marketing, sales, accounting and finance;
– your English is at an intermediate level (Canadian Language Benchmarks 6 to 8);
– you are a permanent resident or protected person.

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Who to Contact
For further information or for help with registration, please contact the Office of Admissions and Registrar at 1.800.361.6673

Hamilton | London | Toronto | Windsor

 

Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)
Literacy to Level 7

Mastering the language is the key to success. A LINC course at Collège Boréal is what you need to succeed. This course is dedicated to newcomers who wish to learn or master English. This course is based on the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) and runs throughout the year (see the schedule below). One of the most important skills you will need to adapt to life here in Canada is to master the language. This course gives the students the fundamental basics of the English language in a francophone environment. Once the students have learned English, it will be easier for them to know what Canada is all about and to find a job.

Enhanced Language Training (ELT) Levels 7 to 10

This course is dedicated to newcomers who have achieved level 6 of the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB). This course will allow the student to improve his or her language skills.

The participants after a 13-week in class language training will participate in a 5-week placement with a Canadian company or a mentorship for the same period of time.

Hamilton | London | Mississauga | Toronto | Windsor

 

French Language Instruction For Newcomers
to Canada (CLIC)

The French Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (CLIC) is designed to help learners improve their proficiency in French in order to increase their opportunities for a successful integration into the Canadian job market. There is a strong focus on the Canadian cultural appropriateness in both social and workplace situations.

The course focuses on the development of the four basic language skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing and is based on the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLBs). Students may expect a stimulating, diversified and rewarding environment. This course promotes ‘la francophonie’ by using a variety of teaching strategies, including information and communication technologies (ICT), guest speakers, team projects and individual tasks. CLIC-français is a continuous intake part-time program which runs throughout the year.

These programs are funded by  Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada

Immigration

Who to Contact

For further information or for help with registration, please contact the Office of Admissions and Registrar at 1.800.361.6673

Toronto 

 

Programme de formation relais en gestion de projet 

This multidimensional full-time program was created to facilitate the integration in the labour market of Internationally Educated Francophone Professionals in the fields of Social Sciences and Humanities, Economics, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Human Resources, Marketing, Education, Arts and Culture, Health and Tourism and Hospitality.By allowing them to transfer their knowledge, skills and work experience in their field of expertise, finishing participants are ideal candidates for bilingual middle management positions that do not require a license or credentials.

A. Program Overview
B. Advantages of the Program
C. Is this Program the Right Fit for You?
D. Eligibility Criteria
E. Admission Requirements
F. Registration

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Who to Contact
For further information or for help with registration, please contact the Office of Admissions and Registrar at 1.800.361.6673

Hamilton | London | Toronto | Windsor