CCAE uses the Common European Framework to guide our language programs.Language schools around the world use the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) to assess students and give direction to instructors.
LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) are federally-funded classes for recent arrivals.
There are many good international language learning programs available to you in Waterloo Region.
You have to pay a fee for most FSL classes in Ontario.
The fee varies depending on where you choose to take classes.
Several language tests are widely recognized and provide you with a certificate that can be used for many purposes.
In Waterloo Region, you can take Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) preparation classes at several locations: Waterloo Region offers various advanced language programs that aim to prepare you for work or further studies where the language of instruction is English.As an adult learner, there are a range of secondary school supports available to you in Waterloo Region. Louis Adult Learning Centres, you can have your international education documents accessed, earn credits towards your Ontario Secondary School Diploma, take courses required to enter college or university and access guidance support.Through the Waterloo Region District School Board, you can get essential skills upgrading, earn credits towards your Ontario Secondary School Diploma and more.Join our supportive and non-competitive community where you can focus on vocabulary and writing or perfect your conservational skills with our highly-skilled instructors.Students from the Cambridge and Boston areas choose to learn a new language at CCAE for our excellent teachers, high-quality classes, and affordable prices.In Ontario, you must write the GED test at the Independent Learning Centre.