Education & Training Services

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Corporate Training

We offer a variety of Corporate Training courses in office productivity, accounting, SAP, PMP, ITIL Foundations and soft skills. more ...

Driver Education

By successfully completing our Beginner Driver Education Program you can get your Driver's License 4 months earlier, and may qualify for discounts on your insurance. more ...

International Test Preparation

We offer intensive test preparation courses for adult and young adult learners planning to take, IELTS. more ...

International Programs

Study and practice English in the warmth and security of Canadian hospitality while enjoying unique experiences in and out of the classroom. more ...

International Teacher Training Program

International English teachers gain confidence through teacher training at the Centre for Education & Training. more ...

International High School Credit Program

All applicants wishing to study in Canada for longer than six months must apply for, and secure, a study visa. more ...

Interpretation and Translation Services

We offer cost-effective translating and interpreting services through trained culturally sensitive personnel to meet your needs. more ...

Interpreter Training and Certificate Program

This program provides bilingual trainees with the skills and knowledge necessary for the delivery of effective interpreter services. more ...

Peel Summer Academy

We offer 4 unique summer residential programs for intellectually gifted students-grades 4 to 10. more ...

Please be advised that effective September 1, 2016, the Centre for Education & Training’s Beginner Driver’s Education program has been closed.
We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

Please be advised that effective September 1, 2016, the Centre for Education & Training’s Beginner Driver’s Education program has been closed.
We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

Please be advised that effective September 1, 2016, the Centre for Education & Training’s Beginner Driver’s Education program has been closed.
We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

Please be advised that effective September 1, 2016, the Centre for Education & Training’s Beginner Driver’s Education program has been closed.
We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

Please be advised that effective September 1, 2016, the Centre for Education & Training’s Beginner Driver’s Education program has been closed.
We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

Please be advised that effective September 1, 2016, the Centre for Education & Training’s Beginner Driver’s Education program has been closed.
We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

International Programs: Group Training Overview

The Centre for Education & Training offers customized group English instruction.

For Whom?

  • International corporate clients - from the hospitality industry, manufacturing, education, medicine
  • Teachers of English from International Offices / Departments of Education
  • Government officials

For What Purpose?

  • To develop / improve English communication skills (fluency and accuracy)
  • To build confidence communicating in English
  • To gain insight into the culture of English-speaking communities
  • To practice language required in business settings
  • To encourage appropriate and effective vocabulary use

When?

  • At any mutually agreed upon date

Where?

  • At the Centre for Education & Training in Mississauga, Canada
  • In the home country

English for Specific Purposes

The Centre for Education & Training takes its expertise in workplace training around the globe to work with government, industry and special interest groups to deliver customized business English training. From aviation and hospitality to automotive and marketing, our programs offer meaningful and highly motivational language training that helps employees and decision-makers gain personal and professional confidence in English-language communication.

For more information regarding group training please contact:

Phone: 1.905.949.0049 ext. 1252 | Toll Free 1.800.668.1179

Email: International@tcet.com 

International Programs: Customized Teacher Programs

The Centre for Education & Training has conducted international English teacher training in countries around the world including Chile, China, Cuba, Mexico and South Korea. Our training programs dually improve teachers' confidence in using English and upgrade their knowledge and practice of current English language teaching methodology.

Our Trainers

Our English Language Teacher Trainers are dynamic, articulate, knowledgeable and professional trainers. They are experienced in both English language teaching and English language teacher training. They are highly qualified, with a minimum of an undergraduate university degree, certification in teaching the English language and at least five years of English language teaching experience.

Customized Teacher Group Training

The Centre for Education & Training bridges the gap between language teaching theory and practice. International English teachers gain confidence through teacher training at the Centre for Education & Training where they receive effective and complete learning in English. The creative curriculum takes into consideration both the constraints faced teaching English in the home countries, as well as the personal dedication to professional development.

For more information regarding group training please contact: international@tcet.com

Phone: 1.905.949.0049 ext. 1252

Teacher Programs

Are you looking for an English Language Teacher Training program designed specifically to meet the learning and teaching need of your teachers? If the answer is yes, then take advantage of the customized English language teacher training offered by the Centre for Education and Training.

In building your customized English Language Teacher Training course, we draw from a catalogue of lessons that fall into one of three categories: language development lessons, language teaching lessons and culture lessons. Guest speakers, seminars and excursions to local attractions can also be a part of the curriculum.

International Programs: Middle School Program

Overview

Students in grades 6 through 8 are enrolled in a full-year schedule, with the subjects taught rotated on a six-day cycle. Report cards for each term are sent home with each student in December, March and June, and elementary classes continue throughout the secondary exam periods. Students are expected to start the first week of September. ELL (English Language Learner) support is available for students if required.

Custodianship

Minor children who come to Canada to study and who are not accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, must be cared for by a responsible adult in Canada. This person is known as a custodian. Legal arrangements must be made to give the custodian in Canada permission to act in place of a parent. Two notarized documents are required. The visa officer must be satisfied that adequate arrangements have been made for the care and support for minor children who travel to Canada to study. For more information please visit www.cic.gc.ca.

Fees

Application Fee:

Administration fee (non-refundable)$350.00 CAD (includes placement assessment)

Tuition:

Standard academic year

$11,500.00 CAD

Health Insurance (required):

StudentGuard Health insurance is mandatory for all PDSB International Students effective September 2, 2011

For more information on this comprehensive insurance policy please click here.

Or visit www.guard.me for more information

$1.75/day CAD

Courier/Mailing Documents:

Courier/Mailing Original Documents to Home CountryPrice to be determined by courier company at time of mailing

Bank Charges

Bank Charges once money is received in CanadaRange from $10.00 to $45.00CAD

All fees are in Canadian Dollars and are quoted as of March 1, 2011.

Location

Bristol Road Middle School

To register, please see the Registration section for more information.

Code of Conduct

Please click here for our Code of Conduct

Public Education in Ontario

All provincial schools like the Peel District School Board (PDSB) are governed by the Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines. For more information please visit: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/elementary.html

Diversity in Peel

The Peel District School Board is one of the most multicultural school boards in Canada. Our teachers have been working with students from diverse cultures for many years. Teachers and counselors provide support and guidance on personal and academic issues through English as a Second Language (ESL) programs.

For more information on the Peel District School Board please visit www.peelschools.org

International Programs: High School Credit

Overview

The Centre for Education & Training offers language and educational programs for youth between the ages of 14 - 21. High school aged learners may enroll in a Canadian public school for a minimum of one year. Canadian schools are dynamic and exciting for the youth of the 21st century. Learners can study English and become world citizens through an immersive multicultural learning environment that fosters tolerance and understanding.

The Ontario secondary school program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills they will need to lead satisfying and productive lives in the 21st century. The program will prepare students for further education and work, and will help them to become independent, productive and responsible members of society.

The secondary school program is designed so that students can meet the diploma requirements in four years. Courses are offered in new ways intended to ensure that education is relevant both to students’ needs and interests and to the requirements of postsecondary institutions and employers. In Grades 9 and 10, courses strongly promote the acquisition of essential knowledge and skills by all students, but at the same time allow students to begin to focus on their areas of strength and interest and to explore various areas of study. In Grades 11 and 12, the program is designed to allow all students to choose courses that are clearly and directly linked to their intended postsecondary destinations.

Fees

Application Fee:

Administration fee (non-refundable)$350.00 CAD (includes placement assessment)

Tuition:

Standard academic year (up to 8 credits)

$13,250.00 CAD

Per semester (4 credits)

$6,625.00 CAD + Administration Fee

Student Registration Fee (payable at school)

$50.00 - $150.00 CAD

Night or Summer School (1 credit)

*Only offered to current high school students

$1,100.00 CAD

Homestay Program:

If interested please visit the following link - Canada Homestay International

Homestay Application Fee (non-refundable) - $350.00 CAD

Homestay Accommodation for 10 months - $9,750.00 CAD (meals included) *10 months

Health Insurance (required):

StudentGuard Health insurance is mandatory for all PDSB International Students effective September 2, 2011

For more information on this comprehensive insurance policy please click here.

Or visit www.guard.me for more information

$1.75/day CAD

Airport Pick Up

Airport Pick Up and/ or Drop Off Fee

(2 weeks noticed required)

$100.00 CAD each way

Public Transportation

Monthly Bus Pass$107.00 CAD - Click here for more information

Courier/Mailing Documents

Courier/Mailing Original Documents to Home Country

Price to be determined by courier company at time of mailing

Bank Charges

Bank Charges once money is received in CanadaRange from $10.00 to $45.00CAD

All fees are in Canadian Dollars and are quoted as of November 15, 2010.

Location

Peel Academy for International Students at: 

Clarkson Secondary School 

2524 Bromsgrove Road, 

Mississauga, ON L5J1L8 

http://schools.peelschools.org/sec/clarkson 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mW3ARv9RORo

Benefits of the Peel Academy for International Students:

  • counseling support specific to the needs of international students regarding settlement issues and cross-cultural awareness
  • superior English Second Language programs
  • flexible timetabling
  • expert guidance to prepare students for university and college studies
  • pathways to success created by Peel District School Board, Sheridan College and the University of Toronto Mississauga
  • inclusive, globally minded society that values multiculturalism
  • internationally recognized public education system

To register, please see the Registration section for more information.

Code of Conduct

Please click here for our Code of Conduct

OSSD Requirements

Things You Should Know About Secondary School in Ontario

Students will earn an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), which is recognized internationally after successful completion of high school. Students can choose from 2 courses of study: Academic or Applied. This prepares the students for post-secondary study in their chosen discipline either for college or university.

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) Diploma Requirements

Students must earn a total of 30 credits to obtain a secondary school diploma. One (1) credit requires approximately 110 hours of class time.

30 credits include 18 compulsory credits and 12 optional credits. Equivalent credits will be granted where applicable for International Learners. An original high school transcript from the home country along with a translated version in English is required.

18 Compulsory Credits

  • 4 credits - English
  • 3 credits - Math (1 at senior level)
  • 2 credits - Science
  • 1 credit - The Arts
  • 1 credit - Canadian Geography
  • 1 credit - Canadian History
  • 1 credit - French
  • 1 credit - Health and Physical Education
  • ½ credit - Civics
  • ½ credit - Career Studies

Plus one credit from each of these three groups:

1.The Arts

Business Studies

Health and Physical Education

2.Canadian World Studies

English

Social Science 

Third Language

3.Senior Science

Technological Education

Optional Credits

In addition to the 18 compulsory credits, students must earn optional credits selected from the courses listed as available in the school course calendar.

Community Involvement Activities

As part of the diploma requirements students must complete a minimum of 40 hours of unpaid community involvement activities.  These activities can be completed at any time when earning secondary school credits.

Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT)

Students are required to successfully complete the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test which is based on Grade 9 reading and writing expectations. This test can be taken in Grade 10 or after.

*Students planning on attending university must select at least six (6) Grade 12 university or university/college preparation courses in order to meet university entrance requirements.

Many Students Take an Extra Year

Many students choose to take an extra year or two to finish high school. This gives them more time to learn English. It also helps be better prepared for their plans after high school. The teachers and the guidance counselor can help you consider this option.

Public Education in Ontario

All provincial schools like the Peel District School Board (PDSB) are governed by the Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines.

For more information please visit: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/secondary.html

Diversity in Peel

The Peel District School Board is one of the most multicultural school boards in Canada. Our teachers have been working with students from diverse cultures for many years. Teachers and counselors provide support and guidance on personal and academic issues through English as a Second Language (ESL) programs.

For more information on the Peel District School Board please visit www.peelschools.org

 

International Programs: Contact us

Office Hours

Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.  *Appointments are required

General Information and Registration Contact

For information or to register, please contact:

Phone: 1.905.949.0049 ext. 1252

Toll Free 1-800-668-1179 ext. 1252 

Fax: 1.905.949-6004

Email: International@tcet.com

Homestay Contact

For information on Homestay, please contact Homestay Select Inc. at:

Tel: 1-905-785-9823

Email:  erlinda@homestayselect.ca

Website: www.homestayselect.ca

Agent Contact

If you are an Agent, or want to become one, please contact:

Tel: 1.905.949-0049 ext. 2467

Toll Free 1-800-668-1179 ext. 2467 

Fax: 1.905.949-6004

Email: agent@tcet.com

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Main Office Location

Centre for Education & Training

International Office

90 Burnhamthorpe Road W

Suite 210

Mississauga, ON

Canada L5B 3C3

International Programs: Registration & Return Policy

Registrations for February 2014

Registration Deadline: November 29, 2013

Assessment Dates: January 16 – 31, 2014

Orientation Date for Clarkson SS – Peel Academy for International Students  *NEW STUDENTS MUST ATTEND: January 29, 2014

Arrival Deadline Date: February 14, 2014

Registrations for September 2014

As of December 1, 2013 - register directly with the Peel District School Board at www.studyincanada-peel.ca

Registration deadline: July 11, 2014

High School Credit, Middle School Programs

Registration Procedure

In order to obtain a Study Permit if your country does not qualify for Visitor Visa Exemption in Canada the following steps must be followed prior to applying for a Study or Visitor Visa.

STEP 1

  • Make arrangements with the International Office to register for the required program and complete the required application form
  • 50% of the tuition fee (minimum payment of 1 semester) is required + the non-refundable application fee
  • You will be provided with 1 original Acceptance letter and Receipt
  • You must submit the visa and/or study permit application including the acceptance letter and receipt and all other supporting documentation as per the Study Permit application requirements which can be found by visiting www.cic.gc.ca

Once a Study Permit is granted the student and/or representative is required to provide a minimum of 2 weeks notice of the arrival date. Once the student arrives in Canada the following steps must be followed in order to be admitted to school.

STEP 2

Call the International Office to arrange an appointment to complete the registration process and to book an assessment. 

Students must bring the following documents:

  • Acceptance Letter & Receipt from TCET
  • Study Permit and/or Visitor Visa
  • Passport & other travel documents
  • Immunization records (Translated in English) *If the student does not have this they may not be able to start school until they have an appointment with Peel Public Health
  • Academic Transcripts  (Translated in English)
  • Proof of address (Residency) *Original current utility bill i.e. Hydro, Water, Gas or cable
  • Proof of Health Insurance Coverage
  • Copy of Custodianship/Guardianship (minors under 18)
  • 1 Passport Picture (For student file)
  • A scientific calculator for the math assessment

**Note: Upon arrival in Canada, it is mandatory that ALL students pay the balance of the tuition owing for the school year and purchase StudentGuard Health Insurance at a cost of $1.75/day.

STEP 3

  • Complete the Middle School Assessment appointment or CLBA High School Assessment that will be arranged by the International Office.
    • Middle School Assessments take place at: 100 Elm Drive West, Mississauga, ON L5B 1L9
    • We Welcome the World Centre located in Adult Education Centre, entrance and parking at back
    • CLBA Assessments take place at: 90 Burnhamthorpe Road W, Suite 210, Mississauga, On L5Z 3C3
  • The CLBA (Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment) and Mathematics Placement Inventory High School assessment will take approximately 3 – 4 hours to complete.
  • An appointment with a Guidance Counselor will be arranged for the next available time at the selected school.
  • Attend the scheduled Counselor appointment with the required documents.
  • You will receive your schedule and will be ready to begin your studies.

Payment Methods

Payments can be made to the Centre for Education & Training in the form of cash, personal cheque, Visa, MasterCard, Money Order or Bank Draft.

Wire transfers are also accepted:

Bank: Royal Bank of Canada City Centre Drive Branch (Mississauga, On)

Name: Centre for Education and Training

Attention: Ellen Young

Transit # 03132

Bank # 003

Account # 101-003-2

Swift # Royccat2

ABA # 021000021

Please notify the Centre for Education & Training of all bank transfers within 24 hours of transaction. A copy can be faxed to the International office: 1-905-949-6004, to the attention of Ms. Aimee Capozzi or emailed to international@tcet.com 

REFUND POLICY

Most schools do not issue refunds to fee-paying students wishing to leave programs/courses prematurely. However, Centre for Education & Training is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of its international learners. This commitment to client satisfaction has led to the following refund policy, which we believe to be as fair as possible.

REASON FOR REFUND

MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL

  
  

If the request for a Study Permit is denied by Citizenship & Immigration Canada.  Applicants must: 
1.  The original Letter of Rejection from Citizenship and Immigration Canada 
2.  The original letter of acceptance from the Centre for Education & Training  
3.  The original receipt of paid tuition fees

The total tuition fees paid are refunded
less a $500.00 administration fee

  
  

If the student has not applied for a Study Permit and has withdrawn the application prior to the commencement of school. To obtain a refund the student must provide: 
1.  The original letter of acceptance from the Centre for Education & Training  
2.  The original receipt of paid tuition fees

The total tuition fees paid are refunded
less a $750.00 administration fee

  
  

Withdrawal from Centre for Education & Training after commencing classes

No refund will be given following the
commencement of studies for the duration of the
program in which the learner is registered for.

 

1. There will be no refund of the tuition fees after a Study Permit has been granted using the Centre for Education & Training official letter of acceptance if the student chooses to withdraw for any reason.

2. There will be no refund after commencement of studies.

3. There will be no refund of tuition fees if the student is found in violation of school regulations and has been withdrawn from school as a result.

4. There will be no refund of tuition fees if the student changes immigration status during the year. Students who become permanent residents of Canada after school fees are paid will not be entitled for a refund.

Please allow 4 - 6 weeks for the refund to be issued.

Health Insurance Refund Policy

In the event you must cancel your policy and it was never used, the remaining health insurance fees will be returned following the waiting period required by StudentGuard, minus a $50.00 CAD Administration Fee. As the Centre for Education & Training believes that it is important for students to have medical coverage while in Canada, learners are not required to withdraw from the plan and may continue to use their Student Guard coverage for which they have paid, regardless of withdrawing from our programs.

Forms

High School Application Form (PDF)

Middle School Application Form (PDF)

Custodianship Document (PDF)

International Programs: Authorized Agents Contact

Please feel free to contact our Authorized Agents if you require assistance.

China

Amy Chen

Canadian International Education Exchange Centre

Click to Email

Bo Cao

FineArk International Education & Consultants

Click to Email

Chunxiao He

Tianjin Kailewei (CTWW) Service Center for Study Abroad 

Click to Email

Larry Guo

Golden Source International Inc.

Click to Email

Maggie Sun/Sammi Wang

W&M Canadian International Education

Click to Email

Mike Wang/Nina Ma

EduMax Canada International Corp. (ECIC)

Click to Email

Peng Jian

Canadian Dogwood Education Services Centre Inc. Beijing Office

Click to Email

Sophia Sun

Beyond Elite Consulting Inc.

Click to Email

Vivian Han

Aoyee Royal International Co.

Click to Email

Wei Gao

Maples Overseas Education Consulting Ltd.

Click to Email

Winnie He

Canadian Education Student Services

Click to Email

Xiaodan Liu

Chivast Education International

Click to Email

Xiaoyu Ma

Studying Abroad, Xian International Studies University 

Click to Email

Xuwei Liu

3E Legal Services

Click to Email

Hong Kong and South China

April Choi

Foreign Student Services/International Education Services

Click to Email

Betty Chan

Reliance Consultants International (Canada) Inc.

Click to Email
PRC mobile:
86-13068403003

Hong Kong mobile:
852- 9177 0380

Dannie Ng

Canadian International Education & Training Centre
o/b Sure Success Consultants Limited

Click to Email

Ophelia Lee

Maxway Education 

Click to Email

Hong Kong - India - Nigeria - Bangladesh

Zoheir Hasanbhai

AlphaBeta Consultants

Click to Email

Brazil

Ed Santos

Overseas Five Education Inc DBA Canada Intercambio

Click to Email

Korea

Jungah Kim

International Academy-Sinchon

Click to Email

Iran

Losia Makarians

Spadan Immigration Services inc.

Click to Email

United Arab Emirates

Ned Manual 

Youvic Investments Group Inc.

Click to Email

Middle East - India - Pakistan

Ravinder Palia

Canadian Education Integration Services Inc.

Click to Email

Vietnam

Thi Kim Khanh Tan

Hoang Kim Phat Service Co., Ltd.

Click to Email

 

International Programs: Agent General Information

The Centre for Education & Training welcomes international agents and associates.

The Centre for Education & Training works closely with qualified agents and associates throughout the world. This international network plays a key role in ensuring that prospective students and clients have accurate and complete information about us in order to assist local clients in planning and preparing for quality learning experiences.

If you are not currently working with the Centre for Education & Training in this capacity and would like to act in this role, we invite you to tell us more about your organization by completing the Agent Application.

Guiding Principles for the Centre for Education & Training International Agent

Agents are third parties who act as representatives of Centre for Education & Training, Peel District School Board helping to:

Exceed customer requirements and expectation

Counsel international clients and provide them with information about TCET, PDSB programs and services

Maintain open, honest, timely and accurate communication and information sharing with international clients & our organization 

Encourage proactive problem solving and joint resolution of issues

Promote the Centre for Education & Training to achieve broader business outcomes

Establish and maintain an environment of total trust in people, systems and processes

Checklists

Individuals or agencies interested in becoming an Agent for our organization must submit:

  • a completed Agent Application form
  • 2 Letters of References from public school boards, and/or universities and/or colleges
  • a copy of your certification, if you are a graduate of the Immigration Practitioner Certificate Program
  • a copy of your resume
  • a copy of your business license or registration
  • (for Agents recruiting in China) a copy of your mandatory Certification from the China State Ministry of Education

Please ensure you have reviewed the Agent Application Form - INSTRUCTIONS before completing the application form.

About us

The Centre for Education and Training is a not for profit, progressive corporation located in Mississauga. We enhance the self sufficiency and effectiveness of individuals and organizations by offering customized education, training and career resource solutions. The Centre for Education & Training is the largest on-site trainer in Ontario serving Greater Toronto, Canada and Worldwide.

Our Mission

In support of the Peel District School Board, the Centre for Education & Training is a leader in educational curriculum development, professional development and learning solutions to the extent that clients will consider us as their provider of choice.

Download the International brochure

 

Homestay

Welcome to Canada!

Homestay Select Inc. is a homestay service provider to schools, organizations and private agents for international student placements with host families.

Our current homestay accommodation rate is $875 per 30 day month. See the pricing page for more details.

Homestay Select Inc. is a local homestay service provider for the cities of Mississauga, Toronto and neighbouring communities. The staff has strong ties to local communities and host families. We ensure the best homestay service possible to our clients with prompt attention to the needs and concerns of our students and host families.

Homestay Select Inc. is conveniently located near Toronto Pearson International Airport for student arrival and drop-off services.

For complete details, please visit the Homestay Select website.

Homestay is a term used to describe a living arrangement where ‘you’ an International guest is welcomed into a family’s home and included in day to day life with the family. Families provide room and board for the duration of your time in Canada while including you in family activities. Staying with a Homestay family will allow you to maximize your opportunities to learn English and experience Canadian culture. These safe and secure Homestay environments facilitate natural communication and the everyday practice of English.

Homestay families reflect Canada’s wide range of ethnic and racial diversity. Most of the families have a traditional arrangement consisting of husband, wife and children. Some other hosts are single parents with children, or a single adult living alone. They may also be retired couples willing to open their homes and share their cultural experience with international guests.

The Toronto area is the world’s most multicultural area and our host families share this cultural diversity. All Homestay hosts speak English at home, are very friendly people, and will be able to help you understand and experience the Canadian culture.

Living with your Homestay family will be different from living with your family in your home country. Come prepared to experience new tastes, new routines, and new adventures.

International Programs: Customized Teacher Programs

The Centre for Education & Training has conducted international English teacher training in countries around the world including Chile, China, Cuba, Mexico and South Korea. Our training programs dually improve teachers' confidence in using English and upgrade their knowledge and practice of current English language teaching methodology.

Our Trainers

Our English Language Teacher Trainers are dynamic, articulate, knowledgeable and professional trainers. They are experienced in both English language teaching and English language teacher training. They are highly qualified, with a minimum of an undergraduate university degree, certification in teaching the English language and at least five years of English language teaching experience.

Customized Teacher Group Training

The Centre for Education & Training bridges the gap between language teaching theory and practice. International English teachers gain confidence through teacher training at the Centre for Education & Training where they receive effective and complete learning in English. The creative curriculum takes into consideration both the constraints faced teaching English in the home countries, as well as the personal dedication to professional development.

For more information regarding group training please contact: international@tcet.com

Phone: 1.905.949.0049 ext. 1252

Teacher Programs

Are you looking for an English Language Teacher Training program designed specifically to meet the learning and teaching need of your teachers? If the answer is yes, then take advantage of the customized English language teacher training offered by the Centre for Education and Training.

In building your customized English Language Teacher Training course, we draw from a catalogue of lessons that fall into one of three categories: language development lessons, language teaching lessons and culture lessons. Guest speakers, seminars and excursions to local attractions can also be a part of the curriculum.

International Programs: Middle School Program

Overview

Students in grades 6 through 8 are enrolled in a full-year schedule, with the subjects taught rotated on a six-day cycle. Report cards for each term are sent home with each student in December, March and June, and elementary classes continue throughout the secondary exam periods. Students are expected to start the first week of September. ELL (English Language Learner) support is available for students if required.

Custodianship

Minor children who come to Canada to study and who are not accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, must be cared for by a responsible adult in Canada. This person is known as a custodian. Legal arrangements must be made to give the custodian in Canada permission to act in place of a parent. Two notarized documents are required. The visa officer must be satisfied that adequate arrangements have been made for the care and support for minor children who travel to Canada to study. For more information please visit www.cic.gc.ca.

Fees

Application Fee:

Administration fee (non-refundable)$350.00 CAD (includes placement assessment)

Tuition:

Standard academic year

$11,500.00 CAD

Health Insurance (required):

StudentGuard Health insurance is mandatory for all PDSB International Students effective September 2, 2011

For more information on this comprehensive insurance policy please click here.

Or visit www.guard.me for more information

$1.75/day CAD

Courier/Mailing Documents:

Courier/Mailing Original Documents to Home CountryPrice to be determined by courier company at time of mailing

Bank Charges

Bank Charges once money is received in CanadaRange from $10.00 to $45.00CAD

All fees are in Canadian Dollars and are quoted as of March 1, 2011.

Location

Bristol Road Middle School

To register, please see the Registration section for more information.

Code of Conduct

Please click here for our Code of Conduct

Public Education in Ontario

All provincial schools like the Peel District School Board (PDSB) are governed by the Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines. For more information please visit: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/elementary.html

Diversity in Peel

The Peel District School Board is one of the most multicultural school boards in Canada. Our teachers have been working with students from diverse cultures for many years. Teachers and counselors provide support and guidance on personal and academic issues through English as a Second Language (ESL) programs.

For more information on the Peel District School Board please visit www.peelschools.org

International Programs: High School Credit

Overview

The Centre for Education & Training offers language and educational programs for youth between the ages of 14 - 21. High school aged learners may enroll in a Canadian public school for a minimum of one year. Canadian schools are dynamic and exciting for the youth of the 21st century. Learners can study English and become world citizens through an immersive multicultural learning environment that fosters tolerance and understanding.

The Ontario secondary school program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills they will need to lead satisfying and productive lives in the 21st century. The program will prepare students for further education and work, and will help them to become independent, productive and responsible members of society.

The secondary school program is designed so that students can meet the diploma requirements in four years. Courses are offered in new ways intended to ensure that education is relevant both to students’ needs and interests and to the requirements of postsecondary institutions and employers. In Grades 9 and 10, courses strongly promote the acquisition of essential knowledge and skills by all students, but at the same time allow students to begin to focus on their areas of strength and interest and to explore various areas of study. In Grades 11 and 12, the program is designed to allow all students to choose courses that are clearly and directly linked to their intended postsecondary destinations.

Fees

Application Fee:

Administration fee (non-refundable)$350.00 CAD (includes placement assessment)

Tuition:

Standard academic year (up to 8 credits)

$13,250.00 CAD

Per semester (4 credits)

$6,625.00 CAD + Administration Fee

Student Registration Fee (payable at school)$50.00 - $150.00 CAD

Night or Summer School (1 credit)

*Only offered to current high school students

$1,100.00 CAD

Homestay Program: If interested please visit the following link - Canada Homestay International

Homestay Application Fee (non-refundable)$350.00 CAD

Homestay Accommodation for 10 months$9,750.00 CAD (meals included) *10 months

Health Insurance (required):

StudentGuard Health insurance is mandatory for all PDSB International Students effective September 2, 2011

For more information on this comprehensive insurance policy please click here.

Or visit www.guard.me for more information

$1.75/day CAD

Airport Pick Up

Airport Pick Up and/ or Drop Off Fee

((2 weeks noticed required)

$100.00 CAD each way

Public Transportation

Monthly Bus Pass$107.00 CAD 

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Courier/Mailing Documents:

Courier/Mailing Original Documents to Home CountryPrice to be determined by courier company at time of mailing

Bank Charges

Bank Charges once money is received in CanadaRange from $10.00 to $45.00CAD

All fees are in Canadian Dollars and are quoted as of November 15, 2010.

Location

Peel Academy for International Students at: 

Clarkson Secondary School 

2524 Bromsgrove Road, 

Mississauga, ON L5J1L8 

http://schools.peelschools.org/sec/clarkson 

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Benefits of the Peel Academy for International Students:

  • counseling support specific to the needs of international students regarding settlement issues and cross-cultural awareness
  • superior English Second Language programs
  • flexible timetabling
  • expert guidance to prepare students for university and college studies
  • pathways to success created by Peel District School Board, Sheridan College and the University of Toronto Mississauga
  • inclusive, globally minded society that values multiculturalism
  • internationally recognized public education system

To register, please see the Registration section for more information.

Code of Conduct

Please click here for our Code of Conduct

OSSD Requirements

Things You Should Know About Secondary School in Ontario

Students will earn an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), which is recognized internationally after successful completion of high school. Students can choose from 2 courses of study: Academic or Applied. This prepares the students for post-secondary study in their chosen discipline either for college or university.

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) Diploma Requirements

Students must earn a total of 30 credits to obtain a secondary school diploma. One (1) credit requires approximately 110 hours of class time.

30 credits include 18 compulsory credits and 12 optional credits. Equivalent credits will be granted where applicable for International Learners. An original high school transcript from the home country along with a translated version in English is required.

18 Compulsory Credits

  • 4 credits - English
  • 3 credits - Math (1 at senior level)
  • 2 credits - Science
  • 1 credit - The Arts
  • 1 credit - Canadian Geography
  • 1 credit - Canadian History
  • 1 credit - French
  • 1 credit - Health and Physical Education
  • ½ credit - Civics
  • ½ credit - Career Studies

Plus one credit from each of these three groups:

1.The Arts

Business Studies

Health and Physical Education

2.Canadian World Studies

English

Social Science 

Third Language

3.Senior Science

Technological Education

Optional Credits

In addition to the 18 compulsory credits, students must earn optional credits selected from the courses listed as available in the school course calendar.

Community Involvement Activities

As part of the diploma requirements students must complete a minimum of 40 hours of unpaid community involvement activities.  These activities can be completed at any time when earning secondary school credits.

Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT)

Students are required to successfully complete the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test which is based on Grade 9 reading and writing expectations. This test can be taken in Grade 10 or after.

*Students planning on attending university must select at least six (6) Grade 12 university or university/college preparation courses in order to meet university entrance requirements.

Many Students Take an Extra Year

Many students choose to take an extra year or two to finish high school. This gives them more time to learn English. It also helps be better prepared for their plans after high school. The teachers and the guidance counselor can help you consider this option.

Public Education in Ontario

All provincial schools like the Peel District School Board (PDSB) are governed by the Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines.

For more information please visit: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/secondary.html

Diversity in Peel

The Peel District School Board is one of the most multicultural school boards in Canada. Our teachers have been working with students from diverse cultures for many years. Teachers and counselors provide support and guidance on personal and academic issues through English as a Second Language (ESL) programs.

For more information on the Peel District School Board please visit www.peelschools.org

 

International Programs

Study and practice English in the warmth and security of Canadian hospitality while enjoying unique experiences in and out of the classroom.

Located just outside of Toronto, Mississauga is one of the safest and most multicultural cities in the world. Many international tourist attractions are within one, two, or three hours' drive - CN Tower, Niagara Falls, Norman Bethune's birthplace, Algonquin Park (7,725 square kilometres of magnificent nature reserve), to name just a few.

Classes and programs are provided for individuals, groups, and corporate clients from around the world. Visa assistance and accommodation is offered to clients requiring these services.

The Centre for Education & Training is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of international learners. Our classroom experiences lead to confidence and measurable improvement in English communication skills as well as new international friendships.

About us

The Centre for Education and Training is a not for profit, progressive corporation located in Mississauga. We enhance the self sufficiency and effectiveness of individuals and organizations by offering customized education, training and career resource solutions. The Centre for Education & Training is the largest on-site trainer in Ontario serving Greater Toronto, Canada and Worldwide.

Our Mission

The Centre for Education & Training is a leader in educational curriculum development, professional development and learning solutions to the extent that clients will consider us as their provider of choice.

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Testimonials

The training was absolutely very helpful. It did not only provide a structure or backbone for people who are planning to do interpretation, but it also provided further understanding of the profession for those who are already in the field. All the topics discussed in the training were made very interesting for the participants. From the session feedbacks, to the lectures, to the lab sessions, all these activities certainly helped each and every one of us to improve our interpreting skills. And of course all these will never be possible without you, Melani and Donna, whose expertise, patience and professionalism definitely was a big help for all of us in the class. After completing the training, I certainly gained more confidence and trust in myself as an interpreter knowing what my role is and abiding by the Ethical Principles taught in class. Hopefully all of us will become successful interpreters one day! And finally, I sincerely hope that TCET will continue to offer this training in the years to come because people who wish to enter the interpretation profession will definitely benefit from it 100%!

Thanks, Kathryn

For starters, this was not just a note-taking academic exercise; for me, it was a learning experience in and of itself. Combining definitions, professional guidelines, lexicons, practical applications and evaluations/feedback, the course provided an enriching tool of theoretical knowledge and realistic implementation. I genuinely felt that I was pursuing an advanced (post graduate) degree having begun this training course as an experienced interpreter but, in many respects, holding only an undergraduate degree.

The instructors and the pedagogic methodology that was applied were both of the highest level: I was pleased to see professionalism, people's skills, complete mastery of material, academic 'bonding' and motivation, to highlight a few… There was passion, dedication and identification on the part of the three of you with the way you approached and taught the course. The degree of personalized attention to each and every student was remarkable. Human sensitivity on the part of the three of you was a shining feature of this Training.

Tobias

When asked if I had any experience in interpretation on the first day of the program, I confidently replied that I did since I had interpreted for close acquaintances. Little did I know how wrong I was! The Interpreter Training program offered by The Center for Education and Training was a truly informative course that was led by facilitators who were knowledgeable and encouraging. The lessons were presented in a range of formats that were didactic, enjoyable, and that stimulated conversation. This program was of great advantage to me as it clearly delineated the accepted guidelines for interpretation and provided me with the tools that will ensure that I perform my duties as an interpreter as faithfully as possible.  The Interpreter Training Program is an essential first step to anyone who is considering a career in the field of interpretation and translation. 

Udesika

Enrolling my self in the TCET Interpreter Training Course was one of the best decisions I ever took. The program is shaped and conducted in such a professional manner so you will be able to get all the attention and support that you need. If you want to be a professional and you really care about your performances this is the place to go.

Thank you Donna and Annette for your guidance and assistance. Thank you for doing such a great job.

Camelia

Everybody thinks that they are ready to enter the field of interpretation as long as they understand and speak two languages; but this is not always the case. There are a lot of skills to learn and to improve that we do not realize. Personally, I never thought to have interpretation training because I believed that with my experience I could have handled every situation with professionalism. When you join the program you recognize the pieces you have missed during this process and, still, that there is more to learn and do differently. Practically, what you learn is everything, form A to Z and you identify that what you knew was not enough. The course was extremely valuable to me. Learning on how to be aware of the Code of Ethics and Responsibilities for me as an interpreter, to take notes in order not to miss ideas, to interrupt in case there were difficulties for me interpreting, not to be affected by cultural bias, and to practice with different exercises (tape and video recordings) were something that I would have never learned if I have not attended this training. The most important thing you obtain from the training is the expansion and growth of your vocabulary in different specific field that you might deal in the future while performing this job. All of this makes you a complete person pursuing your duties with great professionalism and reliability. I am definitely sure that I will see the advantages of this course as soon as I'll go on my first assignment.

 Arsela

The Interpreter Training provided by the Centre for Education & Training to be extremely useful and productive.  I received full in-depth training into how to properly interpret in order to provide the greatest service possible to our clients.  I really enjoyed the interactive activities and the trainer was extremely competent and knowledgeable.  I would recommend this course to anyone who is interested!

Sylvia

Languages

Our Translation & Interpretation department currently maintains a database of over 420 translators and interpreters in over 50 languages. 

Click here for a list of languages we currently support.

Languages

Our Translation and Interpretation department currently maintains a database of approximately 450 translators and interpreters in over 50 languages. All of our translators and language interpreters have native fluency in their respective languages, knowledge of varied subject matter and multiple years of professional experience. The Centre for Education and Training conducts ongoing search and recruitment in order to ensure continued access to quality translators.

We presently provide translation, interpretation and layout services in the following languages:

  • Albanian
  • Amharic
  • Arabic
  • Armenian
  • Assyrian
  • Bengali
  • Bosnian
  • Bulgarian
  • Cantonese
  • Chinese
  • Croatian
  • Czech
  • Dari
  • Dutch
  • Farsi
  • French
  • Ga
  • German
  • Greek
  • Gujarati
  • Hebrew
  • Hindi
  • Hungarian
  • Indonesian
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Kazakh
  • Korean
  • Kurdish
  • Loatian
  • Macedonian
  • Malayalam/Malaysian
  • Mandarin
  • Marathi
  • Nepali
  • Pashto
  • Persian
  • Phillipino
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Punjabi
  • Romanian
  • Serbian
  • Sindhi
  • Singalese
  • Slovak
  • Slovanian
  • Somali
  • Spanish
  • Swahili
  • Tajk
  • Tagalog
  • Tamil
  • Telugu
  • Thai
  • Tigrinya
  • Turkish
  • Twi
  • Ukrainian
  • Urdu
  • Uzbek
  • Vietnamese
  • Yugoslavian
  • Yoruba
  • American Sign Language

We continually add new languages to our services to meet changing needs.

Contact

Office Location

90 Burnhamthorpe Road W,
Suite 210B
Mississauga, ON L5Z 3C3

Toll Free: 1-800-668-1179
Fax: (905) 804-9712

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For translation and general information, please contact:

Annette Grala 

Manager, Translation & Interpretation Services

Tel: (905) 949-0049  ext. 2279

Please call or e-mail to request an appointment for translation services or Request a free Quote available on the TCET, Translation & Interpretation services website. Please use the following link to submit your document for a Quote or Translation:

https://www.tcet.com/translation-interpretation-services/request-a-quote

please contact:

Annette Grala

Manager, Translation & Interpretation Services

Tel: (905) 949-0049  ext. 2279

Email

 

Interpreter Language Proficiency Testing

CILISAT and ILSAT

Both tests have been developed by the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration to evaluate an interpreter’s language and interpreting skills; CILISAT and ILSAT.

CILISAT stands for Cultural Interpreter Language and Interpreting Skills Assessment Tool. ILSAT was developed more recently to test other languages and excluded from its proper name the word “Cultural”.

Purpose of the Tests

These assessment tools are dual-language, print and recorded audio tests designed to test language fluency in English and other language, as well as ability to perform dialogue interpretation and sight translation.

The tools are intended to assess a candidate's readiness to enter an interpreter training program, or in evaluating an interpreter’s working language and interpreting skills.

The tests therefore uses basic health, social service and legal terminology as well as language encountered in working with abused women and victims of domestic violence.

Sight Translation

Sight translation is an oral translation of a written text. Candidates are presented with two texts, one in English and one in the other language. After being given sometime to prepare the candidate is required to orally translate each document.

 

Consecutive Interpretation

Consecutive interpreting is interpreting a conversation between two or more parties who do not speak the same language. Candidates are required to switch between the two languages and interpret for each party in turn.

Your answers will be recorded and will be forwarded to the independent assessment agency where two evaluators assess the candidate’s knowledge of general vocabulary and technical terminology in English and the candidate’s other language. In addition to this, the markers will be assessing your grammar, register, audibility and your pronunciation in both languages.

Tips on preparing for Language Proficiency Testing

  • The test will take one hour.
  • TCET will administer but is not responsible for the marking of the test. Your test will be sent to the Testing agency and will be marked by two (2) assessors trained and monitored by the testing agency.
  • The results will be ready within 4 to 6 weeks.
  • You will receive the results including comments for the evaluators
  • If you pass the test, you will receive certification in the target language and the agency administering the test will issue a certificate.
  • No dictionaries will be allowed.
  • If you are not successful in receiving certification the first time you do the test, you can be retested.
  • A retest can be administered after a 3-month waiting period.

Languages

Our Translation & Interpretation department currently maintains a database of approximately 450 translators and interpreters in over 50 languages. 

Click here for a list of languages we currently support.

Interpreter Training Course

The Interpreter Training Program

Download the flyer (PDF)

The purpose of this Program is to provide bilingual trainees with the skills and knowledge necessary for the delivery of effective interpreter services.

The training focuses on :

  • medical, legal, social services
  • educational terminology
  • code of Ethics
  • interpretation (whispering, simultaneous, consecutive, etc)
  • sight translation
  • telephone protocol, (phone relay, phone message)
  • introduction
  • note-taking
  • building vocabulary
  • paraphrasing
  • exploring the impact of culture, attitudes and values on the interpretation process

The Cultural Interpreter Language and Interpreting Skills Assessment Tool - a provincially recognized testing system that allows potential interpreters to acquire professional accreditation and certification.

The Interpreter Language and Skills Assessment Tool - designed to test an individual's skills in English and another language, including the ability to perform consecutive interpretation and sight translation competently, at an introductory level.

Classes: Tuesdays & Thursdays evening 6:00pm - 9:00pm AND Saturdays 9:00am to 5:00pm

Location: Mississauga

Languages

Our Translation & Interpretation department currently maintains a database of approximately 450 translators and interpreters in over 50 languages. 

Click here for a list of languages we currently support.

Coming in SPRING 2015

90 hours Core Interpreter Training Program

Testimonials

The Interpreter Training provided by the Centre for Education & Training to be extremely useful and productive. I received full in-depth training into how to properly interpret in order to provide the greatest service possible to our clients. I really enjoyed the interactive activities and the trainer was extremely competent and knowledgeable. I would recommend this course to anyone who is interested!

Sylvia

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Request a Community Interpreter

These forms are only for current clients of TCET, Translation & Interpretation services department.

If you are a new client, please call us at 905-949-0049 ext: 2279.

We ask that you submit your requests as soon as you become aware of a need of language interpreter(s). Please note, assignments will be confirmed within 24-48 hours, with confirmations made on a priority basis.

Cancellation Policy: TCET charges the minimum service fee for all cancellations with less than 24 hours notice.

*If you need an interpreter immediately, please call us directly at: 905-949-0049 ext: 2279

TO REQUEST A COMMUNITY INTERPRETER, PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND FILLOUT AN APPROPRIATE FORM(S) FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST:

  • Request Form Download form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Change of Time/DateDownload form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Cancellation FormDownload form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Time Sheet FormDownload form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Service Provider Feedback Form Download form in PDF Download form in MS Word

TO REQUEST A MEDICAL INTERPRETER - WOHC, PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND FILLOUT AN APPROPRIATE FORM(S) FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST:

  • Request Form Download form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Change of Time/DateDownload form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Cancellation FormDownload form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Time Sheet FormDownload form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Service Provider Feedback Form Download form in PDF Download form in MS Word

TO REQUEST A MEDICAL INTERPRETER - BPH, PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND FILLOUT AN APPROPRIATE FORM(S) FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST:

  • Request Form Download form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Change of Time/DateDownload form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Cancellation FormDownload form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Time Sheet FormDownload form in PDFDownload form in MS Word
  • Service Provider Feedback Form Download form in PDF Download form in MS Word

The Centre for Education & Training, Translation & Interpretation Services department, would like your opinion of the services you received from our office and from the interpreter.

Please complete the Service Request Form questionnaire Download the questionnaire in pdf Download the questionnaire in MS Word and either e-mail to agsztajerowski@tcet.com, fax to 905-804-9712 or mail to the address below.

Translation & Interpretation Services
90 Burnhamthorpe Rd. West, Suite 210
Mississauga ON, L5B 3C2

Thank you, your opinion is valued!

Languages

Our Translation & Interpretation department currently maintains a database of over 420 translators and interpreters in over 50 languages. 

Click here for a list of languages we currently support.

Translation & Interpretation Services: Overview

Translation Services

  • Translation Service Standard / EN 15038 Certificate of Translation Services
  • Over 50 languages served
  • Over 300 Qualified & Accredited Translators
  • Education, Business, Marketing, Health, Social Services, Settlement, Administrative Law
  • Accurate and Verified Translations

Interpretation Services

  • Corporate member of AILIA
  • Interpretation in over 55 languages
  • Education, Health, Legal, Settlement, Insurance, Business, Personal
  • Over 400 Trained and Certified language Interpreters

Interpreter Training Program - Certificated

  • Language Proficiency Test - ILSAT, CILISAT
  • Based on Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration curriculum
  • Theoretical and Practical training
  • Evenings and weekends classes
  • Industry recognized certificate

Translation Certificate

The Centre for Education & Training, Translation & Interpreter Services department, is a corporate member of AILIA Association del'industrie de la langue Language Industry Association. Some of our translators and verifiers are also members of ATA (American Translators Association) or ATIO (Association of Translators and Interpreters of Ontario).

The Centre for Education & Training has obtained the Translation Service Standard Certificate of Translation Services (please see enclosed copy of the certificate).

Developed by the Canadian General Standards Board and approved by the Standards Council of Canada, CGSB 131.10 is now the National Standard for Translation Services. The CGSB 131.10 Translation Services Standards Certification ensures professionalism of our services.

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In addition to Translation Services Certificate, our department has received a certificate for LICS CISP Interpretation Services.

This certificate ensures that services we provide are with the accordance to the requirements of the LICS Certification Scheme Community Interpreting Service Provider. This LICS certification scheme endorses the National Standard Guide for Community Interpreting Services, published by the Healthcare Interpretation Network – HIN. Toronto.

It confirms that our translators and interpreters are certified and trained in the ethical practice of professional translation and have knowledge and expertise in different fields.

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Introducing 90 hrs Core Interpreter Training Program

The Centre for Education and Training, Translation & Interpretation Services department introduces Interpreter Training program based on the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration Core Language Interpreter Training Curriculum which includes orientation to sectors and environments in which interpreters will be expected to provide services.

Our course curriculum will allow you to:

  • Increase interpreting competence in various of settings
  • Enhance your legal, medical, education and court terminology
  • Improve your knowledge and understanding of health, court, immigration and educational sectors

Download the flyer (PDF)

 

Translators' Memberships

Corporate member of AILIA

Association de l'industrie de la langue

Language Industry Association

We are now a member of the HIN - Healthcare Interpretation Network, a network of individuals and organizations dedicated to improving access to high-quality healthcare for patients with limited English proficiency. HIN has developed a National Standard Guide for Community Interpreting Services.

 

Jobillico
Government of Saskatchewan
Region of Peel
Toronto Employment & Social Services
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Service Canada
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration
Employment Ontario
Jobillico
Government of Saskatchewan
Region of Peel
Toronto Employment & Social Services
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Service Canada
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration
Employment Ontario
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