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These centres offer Free English and French language assessments and referrals to classes for eligible immigrants seeking language training in Peel, Halton, Dufferin, York, Simcoe and Durham.
Available in English and French, these FREE online assessments are low stakes, task-based assessment instruments based on the 12 Canadian Language Benchmarks, in two language skill areas of Reading and Listening.
Free English language training via distance education for eligible immigrants who cannot attend LINC classes in person.
Free English language training in Saskatchewan. Funded by the Government of Saskatchewan.
These services offer cost-effective translating and interpreting services through trained culturally sensitive personnel to meet your needs.
These services provide training and support to language assessors across Ontario in all aspects of CLB-based assessment tools: CLBA, CLBLA, and ELTPA.
These services provide training and support to eligible assessment and referral centres outside of Ontario in all aspects of CLB-based assessment tools: CLBA, CLBLA, and ELTPA.
Centre for Education & Training's LCSS Peel-Halton-Dufferin-Thunder Bay-Windsor-London Instructors' Forum on Tutela provides curriculum-related professional development support specific to LINC and ELT classrooms.
The Language Curriculum Support Services provides support to Language Training Providers (LTPs) in Ontario on the National Language Placement and Progression Guidelines (NLPPG). This support is provided via webinars on Tutela.ca, consultations through land line and Skype calls, emails, and a private group on Tutela.ca (NLPPG for Ontario Language Training Professionals).
The HARTs system is a real-time information management system, with its primary features being real-time collection, storage and retrieval of data records, and the generation of statistical reports.