Workplace LINC 5/6

Workplace LINC 5/6 combines English language instruction with classes on how to prepare for work in Canada. You will also practice computer skills. This popular program is for newcomers who are motivated to build up their English language skills to enter the labour market.

Workplace LINC 5/6


What Training Do Workplace LINC 5/6 Students Receive?

  • Practice how to speak comfortably in front of a group
  • Read and write memos, emails, reports, letters, and resumes
  • Use workplace vocabulary
  • Learn computer skills: Introduction to Word, Excel, Internet, and email
  • Talk with guest speakers who work in the community
  • Use labour market information to research their field   


Who Is Eligible for Workplace LINC 5/6?

You are eligible for Workplace LINC 5/6 if you are a LINC 4/5 graduate or have a Client Referral Form from a LINC Language Assessment Centre or a designated LINC school.

* Clients must be age 17 or older and approved for permanent residence.  

** You must have at least one of the following documents:

a) Valid Permanent Resident Card (check the expiry date on the front side of the PR card)
b) Confirmation of Permanent Residence (form IMM5292)
c) Record of Landing (form IMM1000 - issued before June 2002)
d) Notice of Decision from the Refugee Protection Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) confirming convention refugee status
e) Letter from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) approving to remain in Canada while the application for permanent residence is being finalized (Approval in Principle Letter)

NOTE: Canadian citizens, temporary visitors, temporary foreign workers, and refugee claimants who have not yet received a positive decision on their refugee status claim cannot take LINC classes.


To register:

  1. Take a Language Assessment. Contact a Language Assessment Centre to make an appointment. *See locations in the right column 👉
  2. After you have your language assessment results, complete the ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM
  3. Wait for our Program Assistant to contact you with next steps.

Note: Incomplete applications or any missing documentation will delay the registration process.
 


French Courses for Immigrants – (CLIC) Cours de Langue pour les Immigrants au Canada. 
Des services d’établissement en français sont disponibles. Si vous préférez les services en français, veuillez contacter le College Educacentre : ou par téléphone au 604-708-5100

Please refer to Collège Éducacentre <>. CLIC is a French program for Permanent residents and refugees. Government-funded, classes are free to students and focus on basic conversation, writing and reading.


 

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Visit us at room A1410, 
1250 Pinetree Way
Coquitlam, BC

Drop-In Hours:
9:00 AM to 3:30 PM | Monday to Friday

LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT CENTRES:

Options Language Assessment & Referral Centre.
T. (604) 547-3322
Email
Location(s): Surrey, Coquitlam, Burnaby and North Vancouver


Surrey Language Assessment Centre
T. (604) 507-4150
Address: 
7337 137th St, Suite #408
Surrey, BC, V3W 1A4


Vancouver Language Assessment Centre
T. (604) 876-5756
Address:
2525 Commercial Drive, Suite #208 
Vancouver, BC, V5N 4C1

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