English Language Training
Our English as an Additional Language (EAL) classes offer newcomers training in speaking, listening, reading, and writing English. Classes are interactive and responsive to student needs, questions, and English skill level. Classes are delivered to serve learners with different levels of English proficiency. Classes also help familiarize newcomers with Canadian culture and their local community. LINC and Stage-1 & 2 English curriculums are used in class.
EAL instructors are dedicated and enthusiastic about teaching. They have a combination of teaching degrees, classroom experience, CERTESL training, and experience teaching overseas.
Registrations are taken on an ongoing basis. Students need to bring an immigration document and SIN with them to class to register. Each student will receive a language assessment (CLBPT) upon enrollment in an EAL program to determine placement as well as student needs.
LINC certificates will be issued to students who are eligible.
There are several English language training options available in Canada. The Southeast College receives funding from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to offer LINC programs and Language Circles. The following video describes these program and what learners can expect.
For more information please call @ 306-634-4795 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
EAL Class Locations
|Assiniboia||Assiniboia Library – 301-3rd Avenue West||Monday and Wednesday 6:30-9:30 pm|
|Estevan||Southeast College Campus – 532 Bourquin Road||Tuesday and Thursday 6:30-9:30 pm|
|Moosomin||Southeast College Campus – 610 Park Ave||Monday and Thursday 6:30-9:30 pm|
|Weyburn||Southeast College Campus – 633 King Street||Monday and Thursday 6:30-9:30 pm|
Language Circle Class Locations
|Carlyle||TBD||Wednesday 6:30-9:30 pm|
|Grenfell||Lilac Room – 800 Desmond Street||Thursday 6:30-9:30 pm|
|Mossbank||Legion Hall – 501 T.C. Douglas Avenue East||Tuesday 6:30-9:30 pm|
|Radville||Radville United Church – 216 Hunt Street||Tuesday 6:30 – 9:30 pm|
|Redvers||Legion Hall – 40 Railway Avenue||Tuesday 6:30-9:30 pm|
|Wolseley||CE Centre – 404 Varennes Street||Tuesday 6:30-9:30 pm|
Adult Literacy Support Centres
The Support Centre is for adults wishing to improve their EAL skills, math skills, and a variety of other literacy skills. A tutor will be available to create an individual learning plan for the student and answer questions. Lessons are planned to be responsive to student needs, questions, and English levels. Contact Katie @ 306-637-4928 or email email@example.com
Adult Literacy Support Centre Locations
|Estevan||Southeast College Campus – 532 Bourquin Road||Contact campus for more info|
|Indian Head||Southeast College Campus – 708 Otterloo Street||Contact campus for more info|
Information about Fall 2020:
Southeast College is planning to integrate technology across its curriculum starting in fall 2020. Our students, their student experience and academic success are at the forefront of our plan as we move forward.
We expect to begin programs as currently scheduled, although start dates and delivery methods may be modified or adjusted to ensure that its programs and services follow the direction and guidance of the provincial government and Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer.
Space in classes may be limited, please submit your application early!