Learn English and develop
    skills for settlement

    LINC - Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada

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    PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

    STARTLOCATIONDELIVERYSTATUS
    JanEdmontonIn person
    EdmontonIn person
    EdmontonHybrid
    OnlineOnline anytime
    MayEdmontonIn person
    EdmontonIn person
    EdmontonHybrid
    OnlineOnline anytime
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    QUICK FACTS

    Program length

    Varies

    Credential

    Completion Certificate

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    TUITION & FEES


    Canadian
    Total: $0.00

    International
    Total: $0.00

     
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    ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

    • A permanent resident
    • A CLB assessment. Applicants can be assessed at the language test centre in Edmonton:

    Language Assessment, Referral & Counselling Centre
    8212 118 Avenue NW
    Edmonton, Alberta

    Call 780.424.3545 for an appointment

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    Overview

    Are you new to Canada? NorQuest College supports your settlement in Alberta and Canada by offering courses that will help you develop basic English language proficiency, settlement knowledge, and essential skills.

    Our classes range from basic literacy to CLB 7, as well as specialized courses in LINC American Sign Language (ASL), Youth LINC, LINC Volunteer, Prep for Online Learning, and several employment-related options.

    Classes include full-time and part-time (evenings) in-person, hybrid, and online delivery options that allow you to study at your own pace and at a time of your choice to achieve your educational goals. Our community service learning activities are designed to provide learning opportunities while making a meaningful contribution to the community and will prepare you for further education or career options.

    Our educational streams allow students of similar educational backgrounds to learn together. In addition to language and settlement training, our learner support services, career-oriented environment and supports such as employment certificate training, and college activities help newcomers advance their learning, provide clear pathways to employment, and boost their confidence.

    Tuition for LINC is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. There are no fees or tuition for eligible students.

    When you apply to the LINC program, certain personal information is collected and shared with Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. For details about why your personal information is collected and how your information is protected and used, see Gathering information to better meet the needs of newcomers to Canada.

    Location

    Edmonton, Online