Directory of Educational Resources

 

 

Directory of Educational Resources
in Edmonton and Northern Alberta

This Directory is designed to serve as a general guide to various educational programs and services in Edmonton and Northern Alberta. It does not endorse any of the listed programs and services.

Workplace Writing

English as a Second Language (ESL)
This course is one of the courses in the Professional Business Communication Certificate program. This writing course is designed for internationally trained professionals who want to improve their written workplace communication skills. This course focuses on written communication in Canadian business and professional settings. It covers common workplace vocabulary, expressions, and writing techniques. Special attention is given to résumé writing, e-mails, business letters and other workplace documents. (36 Hours)
Institution: Keyano College
Minimum CLB Level: 6
Full or Part Time: Full-time
Funded: No

Speaking Professionally

English as a Second Language (ESL)
This course is one of the courses in the Professional Business Communication Certificate program. It is designed for internationally trained professionals who would like to enhance their workplace communication skills. Students will gain pronunciation tools and strategies to improve spoken English. Lessons will focus on listening skills, intonation and rhythm patterns, word and sentence stress, pausing and thought groups, and on why it’s important to slow down when communicating to ensure comprehension. (36 Hrs)
Institution: Keyano College
Minimum CLB Level: 6
Full or Part Time: Part-time
Funded: No

Pronunciation & Accent Reduction Techniques

English as a Second Language (ESL)
This course is one of the courses in the Professional Business Communication Certificate program. It is designed for internationally trained professionals who would like to enhance their workplace communication skills. Students will gain pronunciation tools and strategies to improve spoken English. Lessons will focus on listening skills, intonation and rhythm patterns, word and sentence stress, pausing and thought groups, and on why it’s important to slow down when communicating to ensure comprehension. (36 Hrs)
Institution: Keyano College
Minimum CLB Level: Various Levels
Full or Part Time: Part-time
Funded: No

Critical English

English as a Second Language (ESL)
This course is one of the courses in the Professional Business Communication Certificate program. During the course, students will learn how to improve English skills, including comprehension, speaking, reading and writing in business context. Specific course outcomes include: learning to pronounce all of the vowel and consonant sounds audibly, to use more native-like pauses and speed to communicate more clearly, and to demonstrate mainstream professional speaking skills. Students will also practice and receive feedback on writing skills and learn to use linear organization to write concrete messages that are clear, concise, consistent, and consensus building. (25 Hrs)
Institution: Keyano College
Minimum CLB Level: 6
Full or Part Time: Part-time
Funded: No

LINC at Keyano College

LINC

LINC classes provide English language instruction for newcomers (Permanent Residents, Convention Refugees, and Protected Persons) who are not yet Canadian citizens. Part-time classes are offered for CLB levels 0 to 6. The focus of LINC classes is English language development, settlement skills, and orientation to the community and Canadian culture. Other services include: guest speakers, field trips, basic computer classes and staff and faculty on site to advise students.

Institution: Keyano College
Minimum CLB Level: Various Levels
Full or Part Time: Part-time
Funded: Yes
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