Courses

All Language classes require at least 6 learners. All Computer classes require at least 4 learners.


English as a Second Language


No Cost

For learners with either very little or some English language skills.

3 Semesters per year at Community Learning Centre
Semester 1 – mid-September to mid-December
Semester 2 – mid-January to one week before Easter
Semester 3 – one week after Easter to first week June
Total of 60 hours per semester
Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays
10PM – 12PM
(Canadian Language Benchmarks 0-3)
    


French as a Second Language


No Cost

For beginner and intermediate learners very little French or with basic French speaking, listening, writing and reading skills.

3 Semesters per year at Ecole Sainte-Cathrine
Semester 1 – mid-September to mid-December
Semester 2 – mid-January to one week before Easter
Semester 3 – one week after Easter to first week June

Total of 60 hours
Tuesdays
4:30PM – 7:00PM


Conversational Ukrainian


No Cost

Ukrainian speaking people getting together to speak Ukrainian over a pot of tea.

Community Learning Centre
Monday

7:00 – 8:30PM


Basic Computer Skills


No Cost for Private Individuals       Institution Clients $200 per module

Module 1- Learn about computer/printer components, basic commands, keyboarding emailing (sending and receiving).

Module 2- Learn about creating Word documents and Internet access.

Community Learning Centre
Total 18 hours per module
Days and times to be determined by students’ availability


Driver’s Learner Exam Preparation


No Cost

No Cost

Students will learn rules of the road and vocabulary to successfully complete the class 7 learner’s exam.

Community Learning Centre
2 day course

Days and times to be determined by students’ availability


I.E.L.T.S. Preparation


(International English Language Testing System)

Do you need to write the General or Academic I.E.L.T.S. test?
If you need help to prepare to take the test, We can help!

Call Colleen or Mel at 780-623-2477 for more information.


Community Learning Classroom


In the Community Learning classroom you will find:

  • A safe, welcoming and inclusive place to study and learn.
  • Large work tables and chairs.
  • Computers, learning software, printers, and photocopiers.
  • A wealth of creative learning ideas.
  • Large and small whiteboards and maps.
  • Free coffee, tea, and hot chocolate.
  • A learning resources collection, which includes books, handouts, charts, audiovisual material, and other resources for both learners, tutors and instructors. Registered learners and tutors can borrow materials for as long as they are needed.
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