Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)

 
LINC

Program offers English language instruction, cultural orientation, life skills and job readiness training for permanent residents in Canada. Classes are offered from LINC 1 to LINC 6. All applicants are individually assessed to determine eligibility and language level.

Citizenship Preparation Classes

Prepare for the Citizenship interview/exam by studying the geography, history and political system in Canada. This is an evening course with various start dates. Call St. John Centre at 905-682-3360 or St. Ann at 905-354-3531 for class times.

 

TOEFL Test Preparation

Develop your Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing skills in preparation for the TOEFL test. Build your ability to communicate effectively in an academic setting. Please call the St. John Centre at 905-682-3360 for program start dates and locations where program is being offered.


Child-minding

Daytime child supervision is available to eligible students the St. Ann Campus to children ages 2½ – 5 (toilet trained) only. Parents must be on-site attending classes at all times. For more information please call  St. Ann at 905-354-3531.

Settlement Services

Settlement Services are available at our ESL training sites to assist ESL learners access local support services such as housing, medical, education, employment, transportation, financial, legal and immigration information in a culturally sensitive and confidential manner. These services are provided by the Folk Arts Council Multicultural Centre, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Fort Erie Multicultural Centre and the Niagara Catholic District School Board. For more information please call the St. John Centre at 905-682-3360 or St. Ann at 905-354-3531.

Classes offered at the following centres:

 

—Applicants are individually assessed to determine eligibility and language level—