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Are you looking to improve your skills for employability? Improve your English language skills? Are you a Newcomer to Canada? Interested in obtaining your high school diploma? Adults can further their educational, language, career and personal goals through the following program opportunities.

English As A Second Language

Our ESL program will help you with reading, writing and grammar, speaking and listening, pronunciation, workplace skills, computer literacy and citizenship preparation. Day and night classes are offered throughout Ottawa for New Canadians, Landed Immigrants, Refugees, Refugee Claimants, Visa Holders, Visitors and Diplomats.

Language Instruction For Newcomers To Canada (LINC)

Funded by the Government of Canada through Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the LINC program is offered to adults 18 years and older who are permanent residents or convention refugees. This program helps Newcomers to Canada participate in Canadian society quickly by providing language training, settlement skills and basic pre-employment skills.

Adult Learning & Skills Development

Employment training programs that will help you improve your communication, reading, writing, math and basic computer skills.

St. Nicholas Adult High School

St. Nicholas Adult High School provides a flexible e-learning model in order for learners (18+ years) to succeed in their high school credit courses. Adult learners can earn their high school diploma, upgrade their current marks, be eligible for Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) or Mature Student Evaluations, earn credits while working, and have access to academic, career and personal counselling.

Summer School

With a variety of course offerings and schools throughout Ottawa, our Summer School program is open to all Adult learners.

Need technical help?

Visit our Online Learning Tech Help page. we outline how to go about getting help with the technology that supports your learning experience.

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