CCI-LEX is proud to offer professional English language training classes custom-designed for your workplace and employees.
CCI-LEX can work with you to deliver language training classes for your employees based on your needs and sector – whether it be construction, retail, manufacturing, or hospitality.
We have classes targeted to improve general language skills, as well as to improve communication skills and the specific language required in different workplace environments.
Classes can be held at a schedule of your choosing, and they can be held at your worksite or at CCI-LEX’s downtown location, or virtually!
Our CCI-LEX team will meet with you to learn about your company, your goals, needs, and your unique opportunities and challenges. We will get to know your workplace and your employees, and we will maintain communication with key stakeholders throughout the course in order to be responsive to emerging priorities. It is our goal to deliver the best program possible that will both empower your employees and benefit your business.
Workplace Training – Course Details
The general details of our ESL in the Workplace courses include:
- 40 hours/course
- Minimum 6 participants
- Maximum 15-18 participants (pending level)
- Certificate provided upon successful completion
At CCI-LEX, we can offer your employees an English in the Workplace Communication Skills program from Beginner to Advanced Levels.
Topics of study include:
- giving and following instructions
- language of safety
- team meetings and team dynamics
- emails and forms
- Canadian workplace culture
- making requests
- expressing opinions
Are you ready to bring your workforce’s communication skills to the next level?
Get in touch with our team today to learn more!
CCI-LEX has successfully worked with many businesses to obtain funding from the Canada-Alberta Job Grant to financially support the education of their workforce through our language training classes.
An employer can apply to The Canada Alberta Job Grant to be reimbursed for 2/3 of training costs for eligible employees or 100% of training costs for those they plan to hire afterwards.
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