Courses We Offer
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Improving your English is the important step to success in your new country. BCLAC offers courses for newcomers to Canada whose first language (or mother tongue) is not English. The goal is to improve your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills to assists with study, work and daily life goals.
LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) is a national English as a Second Language program for immigrants. It is funded by IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) as a primary support for the settlement, adaptation and integration of newcomers into Canada.
ESL courses give students the chance to improve their English in all four language skills: Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. ESL classes focus primarily on conversation skills - Listening and Speaking - however supplemental lessons in Reading and Writing are also provided, which include...
Do you speak English as a second language? Are your English skills holding you back from advancing in your career or getting a job? This course will help improve your pronunciation and build your self-confidence. Understand your specific difficulties with pronunciation so that realistic individual goals...
Want to take your Citizenship test? BCALC can help to prepare you by teaching you about Canada’s history, heritage, culture, geography and government system. You will learn about your rights and responsibilities as a Canadian citizen while improving your English language skills.
BCALC's citizenship classes will teach you about Canada’s history, heritage, culture, geography and government system. You will learn about your rights and responsibilities as a Canadian citizen while improving your English language skills.
The Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) is an English language proficiency test accepted by a number of governments, professional organizations, universities, colleges, and employers as proof of English language proficiency...
BCALC offers computer courses that will provide you with the basic computer skills you need for personal, educational, and work success. Don't let a lack of computer skills hold you back in your career, education and personal life. Take a class with us to get the basics you need to effectively use computers.
Whether you have little or no experience using a computer or if you are more advanced and want to improve your employability, join one of BCALC’s computer classes to reach your goal. Course outlines are flexible to meet student's needs.
Monday - Thursday (Daytime) 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Monday - Thursday (Evening) 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Fridays 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Closed on statutory holidays
303 8th Street East,
PO Box 64
Brooks, AB T1R1B2