S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Community Training Centre
1. ESL Courses
- Basic Phonics
- Bridging (1)&(2)&(3)
- Word by Word Basic (1)&(2)
- English Conversation (1)&(2)&(3)
- Speaking English Effectively (1)&(2)&(3)
2. Citizenship Preparation
- Discover Canada Study Guide
- History & Culture of Canada
- Interview Practice
- Study Questions
3. FoodSafe Certificate Course – Level 1 (conducted in Chinese)
The BC Health Act: Food Premises Regulation states that every operator of a food service establishment, and at least one employee on every shift, must hold a FOODSAFE Level 1 certificate, or certificate from a course recognized as equivalent to FOODSAFE.
FOODSAFE Level 1 is a food handling, sanitation and work safety course designed for front line food service workers such as cooks, servers, dishwashers, and deli workers. The course covers important food safety and worker safety information including food borne illness, receiving and storing food, preparing food, serving food, cleaning and sanitizing.
4. English Writing Tutorial (Grades 6-12)
- Strengthen writing strategies
- Assess and analyze writing
- Align with BC Grades 6-12 writing curriculum
Address: #250-8191 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, V6X 1A7
For registration: (604) 638-9238
Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)
Are you adjusting to Canadian life, and interested in improving your English skills?
We offer FREE English language classes for eligible adult learners through our LINC program, funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). The LINC program facilitates the integration of immigrants into Canadian culture and society by providing basic to advanced English language training that includes social, cultural and economic information.
When are classes held?
LINC classes are offered in the morning, afternoon, evening and Saturday. Part-time classes are usually between 9 and 15 hours a week. Most classes operate Monday to Friday, but some classes have a combination of in-class and on-line learning.
What classes are available?
We offer LINC classes from Literacy to LINC 8 including Literacy and Blended Learning classes. Blended Learning classes combine in-person sessions with online learning that is facilitated by a teacher. At some locations, we also offer FREE child-minding while you attend classes.
How do I start?
If you are eligible for ISIP services, please contact a Language Assessment Centre to find out your English language level.
Please contact your local ISIP LINC location for more information.
Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) is an Immigrant Settlement & Integration Program (ISIP) service.
In ISIP’s LINC class you will learn to speak and understand English for day-to-day life in Canada. You will learn English by speaking with your classmates and practicing your new language with them. Your class will go on field trips outside the school to learn about different places in the community such as the library, community centre, pharmacy or grocery store. Guest speakers may come into class to tell you about services in the community.
You will learn how to:
- Talk to people in your community.
- Understand Canada and Canadian culture .
- Access community and government services .
- Use English grammar and pronunciation.
You will also meet new people and have the opportunity to make new friends in Canada.
Literacy level LINC classes are for learners with a complete lack in reading and writing skills in their first language. Classes will equip you with the skills to navigate living in a complex culture.
In LINC Literacy classes you will learn to demonstrate emerging abilities in printing, understanding sound-symbol correspondence and reading survival words. You will also be equipped with the knowledge that print conveys meaning and, how to access information and language and feel comfortable and confident within a classroom environment.
LINC Blended Learning classes involve an in person classroom environment combined with self-study online. If you are looking for LINC classes, but are working or have less time to attend in person, Blended Learning classes might be the right fit for you.
In LINC Blended Learning classes you will complete learning assignments in an on-line environment which can be focused on completely outside of the classroom. On-line tasks and activities are extensions on the same topics covered in the classroom, but provide more flexibility for learners to choose when to complete it. Students will also be provided listening or reading texts to listen to or read outside of the classroom. When they next meet in the classroom, students can discuss, write, present, or answer questions collaboratively. This allows students to maximize the time used in the classroom for learning and developing skills.
To be eligible for the LINC program, you must:
- Be eligible for the Immigrant Settlement & Integration Program (ISIP)
- Be at least 17 years old; and
- Take a language assessment test at a Language Assessment Centre to determine which level is right for you.
Where can I find an Assessment Centre?
For people living in Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Richmond, South Delta, Burnaby or New Westminster, please apply to:
Western ESL Services
LINC Assessment and Referral Centre
208 – 2525 Commercial Drive (Near Broadway Skytrain Stn.)
Vancouver, BC V5N 4C1
Tel (604) 876-5756
Fax (604) 876-0134
For people living in Surrey, North Delta, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Maple Ridge or the Fraser Valley, please apply to:
Surrey Language Assessment Centre
202-7337 137th St.
Surrey, BC V3W 1A4
Tel (604) 507-4150
Fax (604) 507-4155
Once you have taken the assessment test, please visit your nearest S.U.C.C.E.S.S. LINC location to register.
ISIP LINC locations:
Fraser Service Centre
#205 – 5838 Fraser Street
Granville Service Centre
#300 – 8268 Granville Street
Burnaby-Coquitlam Service Centre
435B North Road
Coquitlam Service Centre
#2058 – 1163 Pinetree Way
Surrey Service Centre
#206 – 10090 152nd Street
White Rock Language Service Centre
14600 North Bluff Road
White Rock, BC
Richmond Language Service Centre (site 1)
#200 – 8171 Alexandra Road
Richmond Language Service Centre (site 2)
#230 – 8291 Alexandra Road
We offer multi-lingual translation and interpretation services in over 12 languages to individual clients, private and public service agencies such as Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Immigration and Refugee Board, small claims court, family courts, B.C. Housing, ICBC, legal services agencies and school boards etc.
Our interpreters provide services for citizenship and court hearings, medical examinations, business meetings, workshops, forums and telephone conferences, etc.
- General: Drivers’ license, identity cards, letters, registration records
- Business: Marketing and promotional materials, business plans/ proposals, brochures and pamphlets, contracts, etc.
- Technical: Handbooks, manuals, product literature, technical surveys/reports and materials with specialized or technical content
- Educational: Information pamphlets for public education, educational brochures by health organizations, law society and advocacy groups, school information
- Medical and Legal: Medical reports/certificates, marriage certificates, birth certificates, school reports and records, legal documents
- Internet: Website translation and localization
We also provide editing, proofreading, typesetting, video and audio script transcriptions, co-ordination and facilitation of focus groups of different languages.
Our translators and interpreters are professionally trained from colleges and universities in B.C. and other parts of the world. Many of them are accredited with the courts, certified by Vancouver Community College, the Society of Translators and Interpreters of British Columbia, and other accreditation bodies.
For price and appointment, please call:
Tel: 604 408 7274 ext. 2042
Email: [email protected]
Monday to Friday: 9:00am-12:00pm,1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: 28 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC