LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada)
Language instruction for newcomers to canada
The program is a federally funded language training for adult permanent residents.

In our LINC classes, students learn: basic reading, writing and listening skills; as well as phrases and vocabulary necessary for daily life.

Canadian customs and culture; local community resources; and job readiness are also covered in this extensive program.

Full - Time LINC
Offers classes ranging from Canadian Language Benchmark level “Pre” to Level 4.  To be eligible for LINC classes a student must be a permanent resident of Canada, be a minimum of 18 years of age and receive a Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment.

Assistance with child care arrangement is provided. Alberta Child Care Subsidy is also available for those who qualify.
Part - Time LINC
Is offered in the evening at 6 hours per week and is meant to help students reach level 4 in Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing according to Canadian Language Benchmark. This could serve as a language proof as per Canadian Citizenship Application requirement.

LINC classes are not open to Temporary Foreign workers or those individuals in Canada on a student visa or work permit.