This Centre supports national standards in English and French for describing, measuring and recognizing second language skills of adult immigrants and prospective immigrants for living and working in Canada. This Centre also provides training for assessors to use the Canadian Language Benchmarks Placement Test.
This Centre is a not for profit company offering customized education, training and career resources. It provides workshops across Canada and internationally in the development and evolving use of the Language Benchmarks. Trainers from this company provide assessor training in using the Canadian Language Benchmarks Assessment and the Literacy Assessment.
This website provides information about visas and immigration and the process of applying for citizenship. Other important information includes how to renew Permanent Resident cards and a frequently asked questions section on citizenship.
This site provides information on employment opportunities in Alberta and government sponsored programs relating to these opportunities. A second site (www.alberta-canada.com/pnp) provides information on the provincial-national agreement on the Provincial Nominee Program available to foreign workers.
FLS is located conveniently in downtown Lethbridge. This Centre provides literacy classes and Language Instruction for Newcomers (LINC) programs for assessed individuals with benchmarks usually below 4. The Centre also runs a continuous intake program focused on providing employability skills for newcomers to Canada. This program is geared to clients who wish to enter the workforce as soon as possible. Vocational/Career Counselling for Permanent Residents is available from Counsellors at this language centre.
This service provider offers a wide variety of Language courses: International Students—Academic English as a Second Language, Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents, Academic ESL, and Language Instruction for Newcomers programs just to name a few. Lethbridge College is also the Southern Alberta site for the CELPIP exam.
This Immigrant Language and Vocational Assessment Referral Centre in Calgary provides a centralized assessment and referral centre designed to help immigrants and refugees achieve educational and career goals.
This new office, located within Citizenship and Immigration Canada, helps internationally trained individuals find the information and services they need to get their training and credentials assessed and recognized in Canada.