Basic English Courses

Basic English courses are designed to develop the student’s language skills using social, professional and interpersonal situations that mirror real-life experiences. Over time, this will enable adult learners to communicate in the English language.

The Basic English Literacy (English, Language of Instruction) is part of the Common Core Basic Education Program for adult learners.

Fee is $ 100.00 includes book

3 ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS; no photocopies accepted. 

All 3 documents are mandatory along with the fee on the day of registration.

1. VALID Medicare Card (not expired)
2. Passport (Canadian or from your country)
3. ONE of the following legal documents below:

If you were born in Quebec, the LONG form birth certificate
If you were born in another province, the birth certificate issued by the province
If you were born outside CanadaONE of the following documents:

Canadian Citizenship card or Canadian Certificate
VALID Permanent Resident card (not expired)
VALID Confirmation of Permanent Residency
VALID Certificat de selection du Quebec
(CSQ) category RA or R8 (not expired)

*Secondary School diploma (SSD) or credits in a SSD are not admissible.

The Beginner level is intended for adults with low literacy skills and lays the foundation for lifelong learning.  In these courses, learners comprehend and produce basic texts related to their everyday real-life situations by appropriating the codes and conventions of oral and written language at a functional level.

The intermediate level, adults are more at ease with the language required to deal with a wider range of real-life situations. These courses enable learners to further develop their language knowledge and skills in order to adequately understand and produce simple oral and written texts on familiar topics.

The advanced courses aim to expand the adult learners’ language proficiency so as to prepare them to meet the complex challenges they face in their real-life situations. In these courses, learners use diverse language resources to interpret and create a wider variety of oral and written texts to deal effectively with more complex situations.

Daytime Classes: 🌞

Monday to Friday 8:30am – 12:30pm

Evening Classes: 🌙

Monday to Thursday 5:30pm – 9:30pm

Monday – Thursday: 9:00am – 8:00pm.

Friday: 9:00-3:00 pm

July 4 – August 14, 2023

August 26 – November 29, 2024



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