Permanent residents or protected persons over the age of 18
Who doesn’t qualify?
How much is the cost?
Students don't pay anything; these classes are funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
When and where are the classes?
Students can choose a school from the 4 sites we have and they also choose the time of the day to attend, full time during the day or part time during the evening.
What do you learn?
English and how to settle in Canada, for example housing (how to talk to your neighbours and landlord), banking (how to read your pay stub), education (how to write a note to your children's teacher), employment (how to follow instructions in your workplace), citizenship (how to understand a letter from your application), etc.
What do you get?
- A certificate for each level you progress in
After reaching CLB 4, a certificate that you can use to apply for Canadian Citizenship
Free child care during the day
Field trips in and around Edmonton
Information from guest speakers
Help from a Career Counselor, a Student Advisor, and a Student Employability Advisor
Help from qualified and experienced teachers and staff
How do you start?
Before visiting one of our schools, students need to complete an assessment at Catholic Social Services . They will receive a LINC card and information about our schools. When students come to our schools, they need to show their LINC card and their permanent resident card or landing papers.