Occupation-specific Language Training courses are:

  • offered on a part-time and full-time basis.
  • about 180 hours in length.
  • available at college campuses and workplaces.
  • free for qualified applicants.

To qualify for Occupation-specific Language Training you must:

  • have training or experience in one of the selected occupations or sectors.
  • have language proficiency at an .
  • be a permanent resident or protected person.

To find out which colleges are offering Occupation-specific Language Training, see the chart below. Contact your local college to find out about blended options (a combination of face-to-face classes and online learning) for courses.

This table lists the college name, location, and contact information for each college that offers the OSLT Workplace Communication Skills for Accounting and Finance course
AlgonquinOttawa613-727-4723 x 5700 / mbac@algonquincollege.com
Centennial Toronto416-289-5000 x 7405 / oslt@centennialcollege.ca
ConestogaKitchener519-886-3300 / oslt@conestogac.on.ca
George BrownToronto416-415-5000 x 6980 / oslt@georgebrown.ca
NiagaraNiagara-on-the-Lake905-641-2252 x 4437 / oslt@niagaracollege.ca
SenecaToronto416-491-5050 x 22586 / oslt@senecacollege.ca
SheridanBrampton905-459-7533 x 8101 or 905-845-9430 x 8101 / oslt@sheridancollege.ca

*Courses delivered in French.

**Workplace Communication Skills for Interprofessional Health Care Teams (dietitians, nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and social workers) is offered at Centennial, Conestoga and George Brown. Contact the college for details.

Canadian Language Benchmark levels 6 to 8 in at least one language skill area, OR Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens of 6 to 8 for courses taught in French, OR Levels 5 to 8 for skilled trades.
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