English Skills and a Career in CanadaCCC
Canada has been listed as one of the best countries in the world to study and work in. The official language in Canada are English and French. However, English the most widely used language outside of the province of Montreal. Therefore, if you are planning to study and work in Canada, a good understanding of the English language is important.
Create Career College – located in Greater Vancouver area in Western Canada offers programs such as English as a Second Language (ESL) Program to help you enhance and boost your professional career.
Study Programs – How to Proceed?
The English as a Second Language program or ESL is designed for people who’s native language is not English. In fact, the purpose of the ESL program is to improve language abilities and proficiency of non-native speakers. Therefore, the ESL program provide a complete immersion in areas like conversation, grammar, reading, oral comprehension and vocabulary.
Here at Create Career College, we offer classes from Basic to Academic Advanced levels. Below are a few options for people with one month or less on their professional schedule to enjoy our career-lifting courses:
- English Express (01 week / Basic to Advanced levels) = In this course, students experience 5 days of classes intended to improve grammar and vocabulary, practicing pronunciation and conversation with classmates from all over the world;
- ESL Experience (02 weeks / Basic to Advanced levels) = Here, students live two weeks of linguistic challenges, enhancing reading, writing, listening and speaking abilities.
How Can I Start
Before chose a ESL program you need to consider your current language level and the cost of the program. It seems like a bit of work, but don’t worry, we can help you with a quick to-do-list for your next career-changing getaway.
- Plan your Schedule: First, you need to know in advance for how many days you can commit out of your regular life and start. One week? Two? A whole month? Knowing your schedule makes planning easier – and your options more precise;
- Define your Goals: Think about your current resume and what you would really like to add to it. A quick improvement in grammar and vocabulary? A linguistic boost to your reading, writing, listening and speaking abilities? Deciding your study goals makes your entire study experience worth every second;
- Choose your Program: Now that you have planned your schedule and defined your study goals, choose a program that fits your budget. One week, two weeks, one month – they will all give you a resume boost. Believe in yourself and do it for the benefit of your future;
- Apply and Get Accepted: Found the perfect ESL course? Great! Now it’s time to apply for your program and get your acceptance letter;
Studying in Canada has never been more easy!