Language Training  Program

The Language Training Program is English language training for newcomers to Canada.

We offer Literacy (for students with reading/writing challenges in their own language) as well as CLB Levels 1 through 8 classes, Monday through Friday.


What can the Language Training Program teach you?

The Language Training Program helps students learn basic to advanced language skills that will be useful in their everyday lives. For instance, they can learn: the alphabet and numeric systems; how to ask for directions; how to talk to their child´s teacher or their own teacher; how to explain their health concerns to the doctor, make an appointment; learn grammar instruction, how to prepare for post-secondary education and the Canadian work culture, TOEFL preparation, employment readiness as well as preparation for Citizenship.

How long does it take to complete the Language Training Program?

The program offers continuous enrolment through three semesters per year, and clients progress at their own pace using the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) and the Portfolio Based Language Assessment (PBLA) binders.

Where are the Language Training Program classes held?

Language Training Program classes are held at the MCC East End Office located at: 7651 Tecumseh Road East, 2nd Floor, Windsor, ON

Currently we offer classes Monday through Friday from
9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (Reading and Writing) or
12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Listening and Speaking)

How do I enrol in the Language Training Program classes?

To be eligible for this program, you must be 18 years and older and must be a Permanent Resident, Convention Refugee, a CUAET holder, on a special Minister´s Permit, or possess an eligibility letter for Permanent Residence from IRCC. 

To sign-up for classes and develop a plan for your settlement to Canada, please contact our office for an appointment at 519-255-1127ext. 201 or visit us at our East End location at 7651 Tecumseh Road East, 2nd floor.

Why choose the Language Training Program?

The Language Training Program is valuable because it helps newcomers to settle and integrate into their new community. It helps to enhance the newcomer´s communication skills, an invaluable asset learned both in the classroom and in the Language Training computer lab. It provides regular instruction so that newcomers can be effectively familiarized with their new Canadian society. Additionally high level CLB 6/7/8 classes are offered as a mix of in-class and on-line to help prepare students for environments they may encounter in post-secondary.

Childcare support is available to eligible participants for their children aged 6 months to 6 years, though space may be limited.
Contact us for more information.