Careers and Career Training in Canada

In Canada there are four large umbrella terms used to describe careers – professions, technical careers, trades and the unskilled.

Most professions require a university education and professional certification process. Examples are doctors, nurses engineers, architects, dentists, teachers, accountants and lawyers. Canada has a fine selection of University professional career training programs with Bachelor, Masters, Doctorate Degrees and Post-Doctorate degrees. Link to the Canadian university list

Most technical careers require a university education or community college diploma and professional certification process. Examples are x-ray technitions, network analyst, lab technition, CADD design. There are some excellent college programs that offer two or three year diploma and certificate programs that are the finest college programs in the world. Link to the Canadian College list

ESL in Canada offers free initial counselling for professional career training, technical career training and trade or vocational training programs. Link to additional Education Consulting Services

Most trades or vocational training programs require a community college diploma or career college certificate and trade or vocational certification. There are over 1000 career training programs (see some examples below) that prepare students for well-paying jobs in Canada, the USA and other countries throughout the world. These programs offer instruction from industry professionals that offer true industry experience, current techniques and may include work study cooperative placements.


For Police Career training information go to our new police careers page


ESL Teacher Career Training information.

Link to IT & Digital Media Career Training Programs

Link to Ontario Health, Child Care & Community Service Career Training


Link to Law Career Training in Ontario

Link to Ontario Business Career Training Programs

For non-native English speakers In Canada and the USA Career Training is a two-step process. First step is English language skills and the second step is the job skill or training or certification or license.

Business English is for employees, adults or students who require intermediate and advanced Business English to get the first job in the international English-speaking business community or get the first promotion or to enter a business school.

Business Administration Career Training

This is a module program designed for international students to study for 6 to 10 months and complete a 6 to 10 month work experience program. Topics include: Introduction to Management, International Business, Managerial Communications, Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources Management, Strategic Analysis, Financial Management, Managerial Accounting, Business Law.

ESL in Canada provides access to this program, work and study visas, work and job preparation skills. Link to Business Administration Career Training

Customer Service Training Programs

This program will prepare you for success in workplaces driven by customer relationships, providing a pathway to work in organizations such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes, coffee shops and retail stores. With this qualification, students will be able to specialize in areas such as accommodation services, food and
beverage and retail, or put their diverse skills to support the needs of small businesses. Students will learn effective communication skills, how to manage conflict and handle customer complaints, how to work in a team, and how to build product and service knowledge in order to provide relevant information to customers.

This is a module program designed for international students to study for 6 to 10 months and complete a 6 to 10 month work experience program. ESL in Canada provides access to this program, work and study visas, work and job preparation skills. Link to Customer Service Career Training

Link to the registration page for business career training programs

Links to Business English Classes


Some definitions for Business English


Business English Classes, Programs and Information


Private one-to-one Business English lessons for Executives


Intermediate & Advanced Business English for Careers


Study Business English and Industry Tour program

Beginner English for Career Training – Group Programs

Call 647 247 3897 or email info (at) eslincanada (dot) com or


Link to ESL English Registration Forms

Links to English classes available in Toronto and Vancouver


Link to ESL English Class page 1 – Basic English Language Skills


English Through Comedy, Film, Global Social Issues, Journalism, Music, Media, Social Media, Toronto, Vancouver,
International Global Issues, History, Street Talk, Performing Arts, Environment and Green Initiatives, and other
personal interests topics


Academic and Test Preparation Courses; Academic Speaking, Listening, writing, vocabulary, Cambridge Business English CAE CPE FCE; IELTS Speaking Listening Reading Listening; TOEIC Preparation, TOEFL Preparation


Communication Courses: Basic English Skills, Conversation, Discussion, Debate, Assertiveness, Public Speaking.

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ESL in Canada Classes

ESL in Canada as education consultants recommends several independent ESL English classes for example: the FREE Toronto ESL Cafe English conversation classes, the free LINC classes for new Canadians, the free English classes at many libraries, the free classes at accredited TESL Teaching schools, some excellent Board of Education continuing education classes that cost 2 or 3 dollars per instructional hour and a few English classes at excellent independent ESL schools with their teachers and their programs.

For the best ESL classes in Toronto – ESL in Canada offers ESL English classes in three formats:

1. Private one-to-one or mini-group classes with ESL in Canada.
2. Online Business English and ESL English Classes with ESL in Canada.
3. Classes at a partner ESL English school or company training offices.

If you are looking at attending ESL English classes in Canada we suggest hiring ESL in Canada as your education consultant.

Links to Business English Classes and Career Training Programs

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ESL English Classes in Canada

“ESL” English as a Second Language classes can be generalized into specific types usually by language skills such as: reading, listening, pronunciation, conversation, vocabulary, grammar and writing or be a combination of English language skills.

English classes can be generalized by purpose such as test preparation or English for work.

English classes can be generalized by content such as general purpose or industry specific vocabulary such as math or medicine.

English Language Pronunciation Class

English language pronunciation includes all the mechanical functions and skills of language sound production and the specific word pronunciation patterns of the English language in context.
Use this link for additional information about English language pronunciation classes.
Use this link to receive additional English language pronunciation class information.

English Language Conversation Lessons and Classes

We know that English Language Conversation Skills consists of language abilities, conversation skills, social skills, culture knowledge and non-verbal communication skills.
Use this link for additional information about English language conversation classes.
Use this link to receive additional English language conversation class information.

English Language Grammar Class

English language grammar includes all the technical functions, definitions, explanations and word placement rules, practices and procedures of written language production using English language vocabulary.
Use this link for additional information about English language grammar classes.
Use this link to receive additional English Language Grammar Class information

English Language Writing Class

English Language writing is defined as: the activity of putting something in written form; the act of creating written works; letters or symbols written or imprinted on a surface to represent the ideas, sounds or words of a language; the work of a writer; anything expressed using the letters of the alphabet in words.
Use this link for additional information about English language writing classes.
Use this link to receive additional English Language Writing Class information.

English Language Vocabulary Class

Vocabulary is the content of English. Vocabulary class helps you understand the meaning of the words.
Use this link for additional information about English language vocabulary classes.
Use this link to receive additional English Language Vocabulary Class information.

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Welcome to Sentence Master Games

Learn to write English sentences, clauses and phrases with Sentence Master word cards. Sentencemaster has some  easy and free English writing exercises for you to learn and practice your English vocabulary, grammar and language  comprehension.

Start with the  One Word Card Writing Exercises.  Simply select the correct word to fill in the blank and complete the English sentence. You can practice how to  use English articles, prepositions, conjunctions, verbs, adverbs, adjectives nouns and pronouns in English sentences.

Continue with the Two Word Card Writing Exercises. You can practice with the adjective and noun  combinations along with the adverb and verb combinations.

Once you have finished the two card exercises you can continue with the Three Word Card Writing Exercises.  You can practice with the adjective and noun combinations along with the verb combinations.

Once you have finished the three card exercises you can continue with the Four Word Card Writing Exercises.  You can practice with the adjective and noun combinations along with the adverb and verb combinations.

When you have completed the four word card writing exercises  – then you can continue on with the  Sentence Master Challenges. Start with the six word card challenges.  Once you have mastered the six word  card challenges then try the eight word card challenges, then the ten word card challenges and then the advanced  13 word card challenges.

When you have finished the exercises and the challenges then you can try the Grid Quizes. There are  6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 line Grid Quizes. Play with your friends to see who can make the most sentences.

Try the Celebrity Sentences – test your pop-culture knowledge with English grammar.

Link to Sentence Master home page: http://www.sentencemaster.ca

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English as a second language Tutors in Canada

How to Choose a Language Tutor
Picking the best tutor can change your life, give you the first “A” or even a pass for the first time. Picking the best tutor can build confidence to do something for the first time or hone existing skills into excellence.

How to Rank and Choose a Language Tutor
Available tutors can be ranked based on their current status:

high school students
college students,
graduate students
high school teachers,
college teachers,
career workers and skilled workers
regulated professionals
retired workers, teachers or professionals.

Available tutors can be ranked based on their education experience as:

a high school student,
a college student,
agraduate student
as a worker,
as a manager or
as a professional.

Available tutors can be ranked based on their teacher training:

no teacher training,
beginner 100 hour TESL certificates,
Bachelor of Education Degrees,
Masters of Education Degrees or
Education PHD’s

Available tutors can be ranked based on their work experience as a:

worker,
supervisor,
manager,
executive or
owner.

Students should pick the tutor who has the education, theory training, teacher training and work experience that can actually help the student’s education goal.

If a student wants to improve their pronunciation then they should study with a teacher with accent reduction training, communications training or a voice coach.

If a student wants to learn advanced business English then they should study with a tutor who has business education, teacher training and business experience as a professional.

Students have to understand that price and quality are not always related so they have to have a basic schedule for pricing and quality of tutor instruction.

Our basic ESL Language Tutor price guide is:
ESL – English as a Second language Tutors
High school students $10 per hour,
college students $15 per hour,
university graduates $20 per hour,
university plus TESL graduates $25 per hour,
university plus Bachelor of Education $35 per hour,
university plus Masters of Education $45 per hour,
university BA, MA, plus PHD Education $55 per hour,

For additional information go to:
http://www.eslincanada.com/english/esl_tutors.php

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Niagara Falls Work Experience Program

Imagine working at one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the world – with over 15 million visitors each year in a 5 star location.

You can start your hospitality career in the Hospitality Capital of Canada.

The Niagara Falls Work Experience Program is for candidates who need Canadian work experience, Canadian work references and ESL English as a second language for work.

The Niagara Falls Work Experience Program is open to new Canadians, LINC graduates, international work/study visa students, working holiday visa students preparing for business school, students preparing for career training, graduates preparing for work in English speaking workplaces, job seekers who need to improve their business English for communication.

The Niagara Falls Work Experience Program meets all of the current CIC immigration rules and regulations and provides a safe and highly qualified Canadian work experience for all NFWEP participants.

The basic NFWEP is a six month program.

The basic NFWEP includes:
three months of ESL business English and English for hospitality careers

For additional information and registration go to:
http://www.eslincanada.com/english/work-experience-program.php

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Work Experience Programs

Definitions and components of work experience?

Work experience usually involves work and some performed functions by the participant.

Work experience can take several forms and involve different levels of participation.

Work placement – a time period of work experience, which can be paid or unpaid, that is part of the course and necessary to complete the program of study.

Internship – a short-term placement in an organization. Many study programs require from 2 to 4 internships to complete the program of study.

Work-based project – a specific set of assessed activities carried out at the school or at at an external work location.

Work shadowing – observing a staff member of an organization to understand their functions, responsibilities and skill requirements

Voluntary work – unpaid work, usually carried out in your own time and can be for profit, non-profit or charity organizations.

The benefits of work experience for new graduates or job seekers.

Undertaking work experience can help you to:
prove that you can function within a corporate environment
develop transferable skills
gain useful contacts for networking
understand the requirements of career options
impress prospective future employers.
provide real CV content for employers

Making the most of your work experience

Further your aims and objectives by undertaking specific tasks during the work experience placement

Have a mentor or supervisor for assistance during the placement.

Ask for feedback during or after completing your placement.

Add value to your work experience placement.

Create a career skills grid
define, specific, general and transferable skills
identify your current skills profile and skill gaps that require additional training and hands-on experience

This is our program:

Niagara Falls Work Experience Program
The Niagara Falls Work Experience Program is open to new Canadians, LINC graduates, international work/study visa students, working holiday visa students preparing for business school, students preparing for career training, graduates preparing for work in English speaking workplaces, job seekers who need to improve their business English, job candidates who need Canadian work experience or Canadian work references.

The Niagara Falls Work Experience Program meets all of the current CIC immigration rules and regulations and provides a safe and highly qualified Canadian work experience for all NFWEP participants.

The basic NFWEP is a six month program.

The basic NFWEP includes:
three months of ESL business English and English for hospitality careers

http://www.eslincanada.com/english/work-experience-program.php

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