Enhanced English Skills for Employment (EESE)
About Enhanced English Skills for Employment (EESE)
EESE serves newcomers who wish to improve their Canadian English language skills and knowledge of Canadian workplace culture. Our curricula have been developed in response to student needs and lead to streamlined integration and success in the workplace. Courses are focused, allowing professional immigrants to concentrate on the areas of study that will help their careers the most.
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We offer curriculum-based skill-specific courses in:
The courses are designed to help students with CLB 5 – 8 reduce gaps in their language skills. The courses also complement each other to develop students’ overall communicative competency.
EESE provides flexibility that accommodates the busy lives of newcomers by offering:
- 10-week sessions from September to June
- morning, afternoon and evening courses that allow students to create a schedule that fits their lifestyle
- a different course schedule every session, enabling students to take specific courses when it suits them.
We also offer a guided self-study program called Returning Studies (RS) for students who have completed the Writing and Reading Skills courses at EESE. Students come to RS in order to achieve their self-identified individual career and educational goals. Students are guided by facilitators. Facilitators personalize study plans for each student to help them reach their goals. The hours for self-study are flexible, allowing students to work independently in a minimum of 2-hour blocks. This flexibility fits well for students who may work in “survival” jobs and /or have family responsibilities. Students must complete 60 hours of study within 20 weeks.
Client Eligibility for all Studies
- Permanent residents
- Students must have Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) levels 5 – 8 and a valid referral from WELARC to participate in EESE courses.
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