English Online Inc.
About English Online Inc.
English Online's purpose is to provide flexible and accessible settlement and language services that enable newcomers to reach their full potential.
English Online’s Live & Learn (livelearn.ca) is a free online program for newcomers living in Manitoba. It provides relevant information and orientation to ease newcomers’ settlement in Manitoba. It offers flexible online learning options that take into account newcomers’ needs and preferences.
Clients can study with a group, peer-to-peer, one-on-one or independently (self-study). Online classes are led by certified EAL/ESL Instructors and are held at flexible times. Registered learners can attend Coffee Chats, Multi-week sessions, Language Circles, and Drop-in Sessions. This learning option is informal.
Language learners who are unable to attend face-to-face classes can avail of LINC Home Study (LHS) https://livelearn.ca/learn/one-on-one-learning/ . They get one-on-one instruction online and receive a CLB certificate upon completion of the program. To be referred to the LHS program, clients must book an appointment at a Language Assessment Centre to test their English language skills and confirm their eligibility. For more information on how to register for the LHS program, visit this page https://livelearn.ca/linc-home-study-registration/
Through Live & Learn, newcomers learn about life in Manitoba and gain practical tips while improving their English language skills.
For more information on how to join Live & Learn program, please visit https://livelearn.ca/register/
Products & Services
- Permanent Residents of Canada currently living in Manitoba
- Individuals who have been selected, inside of Manitoba, to become permanent residents and have been informed by a letter from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC, formerly CIC)
- Protected persons as defined in Section 95 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
- Temporary foreign worker and spouse (married or common law) or adult dependent (children 18 to 23 years old)
- Refugee claimant and spouse or adult dependent
- Canadian citizen – born in Canada, who presents as a newcomer and spouse or adult dependent
- Canadian citizen – naturalized
- Canadian citizen – by descent
- Spouse or adult dependent of a study permit holder but not the study permit holder themselves