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Organization: Upper Canada District School Board - Cornwall - 1500 Cumberland St, 2nd Flr - Language Instruction for Newcomers and English as a Second Language  
Phone Numbers: 613-933-9626
Fax: 613-930-2691
Email: inquiries@ucdsb.on.ca
Website: trleger.ucdsb.on.ca
Address:
1500 Cumberland St, 2nd Flr, Room 414
Cornwall, ON
K6J 4K9
Intersection: Brookdale Ave and Tollgate Rd W
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-3:30 pm, Sep-Jun
Executives: Sandy McInnes - Principal
sandy.mcinnes@ucdsb.on.ca
Roxanne McDonell - Manager of Literacy and Language Services
613-525-1700 * roxane.mcdonell@ucdsb.on.ca
Contacts: Daphne Lane - Manager of Language and Literacy Services
613-256-2519 * daphne.lane@ucdsb.on.ca
Lisa Noel - Literacy and Language Team Lead
lisa.noel@ucdsb.on.ca
Service Description: LINC Assessment Centre -- Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) -- assessment of English language skills for settlement-based language training program * referral to community-based organization LINC programs for English as a second Language (ESL) classes * information and referral on settlement needs * funded by Canada Citizenship and Immigration

LINC -- Participates in LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada), upon assessment, child minding available * Non-credit course for adult newcomers to Canada.
  • Students assessed using Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) standards and placed in an appropriate benchmark class to learn reading, writing and listening/speaking skills
  • Citizenship courses offered twice a year in preparation for Canadian citizenship exam * Evening classes offered in some locations
  • Some students may qualify for child minding services and/or transportation assistance
  • Computer instruction is available in some locations

Fees: None - to eligible clients
Application: Registration needed * call for details
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Open to youth and adults 17 years and older * some programming for students aged 16 is available * must be a resident of the area served

Assessment Centre -- Newcomers to Canada 18 years and over who are permanent residents or Convention refugees
Age: 17.00 years and older
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties  
See Also: English/French as a Second Language (ESL/FSL) Training Programs

This information was last completely updated on April 7, 2017

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