English for employment
The English for Employment Class is a free English class provided by the Prince Albert Multicultural Council and funded by the Government of Saskatchewan.
Our English for Employment Class is a language training program for new immigrants.
The program will:
assist immigrants with limited English skills in gaining the language proficiency required for finding entry-level occupations and maintaining employment in Canada
The class is available to Newcomers with a minimum skill level of 4 or higher on their Canadian Language Benchmarks (or equivalent).
The English for Employment Class is held from 8:30am-12:30pm every Tuesday and Thursday and grants flexibility to English students also looking to work.
The English for Employment Class is:
- A customized ESL Class for Newcomers
- Teaches about Getting a Job and Saskatchewan's Workplace Norms, Safety and Culture
- Teaches about Labour Standards, WHIMIS, Occupational Health & Safety
- and MORE ....
Eligibility requirements to take part in our English for Employment program include:
Must be 18 years of age or older
Levels 4 to 8 according to the CLBPT or other CLB-cross referenced assessment tests
Legally entitled to work in Canada (hold a valid Social Insurance Number and/or a valid work permit)
The applicant MUST be one of the following:
A temporary resident with a valid work permit who is authorized to remain in Canada for at least two months
A Naturalized Canadian citizen
A Permanent Resident who is not eligible for, or cannot access, federal English Classes
All eligible applicants must also:
Complete registration and language level assessment testing as necessary
Maintain satisfactory attendance
Participate/Involvement in some of PAMC's events and community activities is expected
Participate in some of Saskatchewan's workplace safety and culture seminar/s;
ex. Saskatchewan Workers Compensation Board, etc.
For more information, please contact us at the number provided below.