Toronto District School Board

Enhanced Language Training

Enhanced Language Training helps internationally-trained newcomers improve their business English skills for the workplace and gain Canadian experience. This 14-week program includes an 8-week in-class training portion and the opportunity to obtain a 6-week work placement. Classes are taught by industry professionals and offer the opportunity to network, improve employability skills and use tools and equipment to facilitate learning.

Classes are held from 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. The program is followed by 12 weeks of job development support to help participants with job search and interview participation.

The program focuses on the following sectors: Accounting, Customer Service and Administration, Engineering, IT, Sales and Marketing, and Financial Services.

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Eligibility

  • You are a Permanent Resident or Convention Refugee
  • You have CLB level 6 or higher
  • You already have experience, education or training in the selected program sector
  • You are committed to a full-time 14-week program to find employment

✓ Pre-screening for suitability is required


Bring the following documents for registration

  • PR card / landing document / Convention Refugee document
  • Language assessment document
  • Resume

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To register, please contact the ELT office:
416-395-3669 | 416-395-8270

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ELT Class Schedule

We offer classes at convenient locations across Toronto.

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Main Office 
515 Consumers Road, Suite 103
Toronto, ON M2J 4Z2
(416) 395-8270 | (416) 395-3669
eltemployment@tdsb.on.ca

Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and to acquire
the knowledge, skills, and values
they need to become responsible members of a democratic society.
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