Speaking English and French in the capital region is a MUST!

We can help you learn and practice speaking English and French. Our language courses will help you master spelling, grammar, and business writing skills in English and in French. Our language courses are designed for adults.

We offer you:

  • our self-evaluation form (for English and French) to determine level
  • classes taught by highly qualified and experienced teachers
  • classroom activities integrate listening, reading, speaking and writing
  • theme-based courses for everyday life, activities and situations
  • small, friendly classes foster individual attention and best opportunities to practice conversation
  • teachers review work and give feedback on progress
  •  a certificate of participation for students attending > 75 % of classes

Objectives

  • to promote overall fluency
  • to develop conversational speaking, reading, comprehension as well as
    writing skills
  • to maintain essential grammar structures and to introduce/develop more complex grammar structures
  • to increase vocabulary and to enhance formal and practical language skills
  • to expose to, and practice native speaker pronunciation patterns and to correct pronunciation errors that impede understanding
  • to introduce Canadian culture and history in a fun and informative way

Fees

The 40-hour English Second Language (ESL) and French Second Language (FSL) courses: $335.00

Course Schedule

Code
# of hours
Date(s)
Days of week
Hours
  • 999-002-01
    ESL Conversation (Beginner I ) - Onsite Main-Hull Campus

    This 40-hour conversation course introduces students to basic grammar and vocabulary for everyday interaction. Students will be guided through a theme-based curriculum that presents them with common, useful language points, which they will practice through fun, interactive activities that focus on listening and speaking skills.

    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
    999-002-01
    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
  • 999-002-02
    ESL Conversation (Beginner II) - Onsite Main-Hull Campus

    This 40-hour conversation course introduces students to basic grammar and vocabulary for everyday interaction. Students will be guided through a theme-based curriculum that presents them with common, useful language points, which they will practice through fun, interactive activities that focus on listening and speaking skills.

    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
    999-002-02
    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
  • 999-002-04
    ESL Conversation (Intermediate I) - ONLINE

    This 40-hour intermediate 1 conversation course builds on the language skills acquired in the beginner level. Students will expand their knowledge of grammar and vocabulary for everyday interaction, and will learn the language skills necessary for a wider range of contexts. Students will be guided through a theme-based curriculum that presents them with a variety of common, useful language points, which they will practice through fun, interactive activities that focus on listening and speaking skills.

    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
    999-002-04
    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
  • 999-002-05
    ESL Conversation (Intermediate II) - ONLINE

    This 40-hour Intermediate 2 conversation course builds on the language skills acquired in Intermediate 1. Students will be guided through a theme-based curriculum that challenges them with more complex grammar structures and sophisticated vocabulary. Students will exercise more independence and learn to speak naturally and precisely about a wider range of more advanced topics. Students will practice English through personalized, meaningful interactions that focus on listening and speaking.

    Learning Outcome:

    At the end of the course, students will have improved their overall fluency. They will be confident communicating in a wider range of demanding contexts using complex grammar structures and advanced vocabulary. They will be able to speak English naturally and effectively, and feel confident doing so.

    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
    999-002-05
    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
  • 999-002-06
    ESL Conversation (Advanced) - ONLINE

    This 40 hour conversation course focuses on formal and advanced conversation: mastering abilities to communicate effectively, appropriately, accurately and fluently about most topics in a wide range of contexts and situations, from predictable to unfamiliar, from general to professionally complex and from specific to nuanced, in communicatively demanding contexts.

    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
    999-002-06
    40
    starting Tuesday November 15 ending January 19. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 27, Dec. 29 Jan. 3, Jan. 5.
    Tue Thu
    6:30pm - 9pm
  • 999-008-01
    FSL Conversation (Beginner I) - Onsite Main-Hull Campus

    This 40-hour conversation course introduces students to basic grammar and vocabulary for everyday interaction.  Students will be guided through a theme-based curriculum that present them with common, useful language points, which they will practice through fun, interactive activities that focus on listening and speaking skills.

    40
    starting Monday November 14 ending January 18. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 26, Dec. 28 Jan. 2, Jan. 4.
    Mon Wed
    6:30pm - 9pm
    999-008-01
    40
    starting Monday November 14 ending January 18. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 26, Dec. 28 Jan. 2, Jan. 4.
    Mon Wed
    6:30pm - 9pm
  • 999-008-02
    FSL Conversation (Beginner II) - Onsite Main-Hull Campus

    This 40-hour conversation course introduces students to basic grammar and vocabulary for everyday interaction. Students will be guided through a theme-based curriculum that presents them with common, useful language points, which they will practice through fun, interactive activities that focus on listening and speaking skills.

    Learning Outcome:

    By the end of the course, students will have improved their overall fluency. They will be more comfortable communicating in everyday situations, and will have the language skills necessary to progress to the intermediate 1 level.

    40
    starting Monday November 14 ending January 18. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 26, Dec. 28 Jan. 2, Jan. 4.
    Mon Wed
    6:30pm - 9pm
    999-008-02
    40
    starting Monday November 14 ending January 18. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 26, Dec. 28 Jan. 2, Jan. 4.
    Mon Wed
    6:30pm - 9pm
  • 999-008-04
    FSL Conversation (Intermediate I) - ONLINE

    This 40-hour intermediate conversation course builds on the language skills acquired in the beginner level. Students will expand their knowledge of grammar and vocabulary for everyday interaction, and will learn the language skills necessary for a wider range of contexts. Students will be guided through a theme-based curriculum that presents them with a variety of common, useful language points, which they will practice through fun, interactive activities that focus on listening and speaking skills.

    40
    starting Monday November 14 ending January 18. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 26, Dec. 28 Jan. 2, Jan. 4.
    Mon Wed
    6:30pm - 9pm
    999-008-04
    40
    starting Monday November 14 ending January 18. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 26, Dec. 28 Jan. 2, Jan. 4.
    Mon Wed
    6:30pm - 9pm
  • 999-008-05
    FSL Conversation (Intermediate II) - ONLINE

    This 40-hour Intermediate 2 conversation course builds on the language skills acquired in Intermediate 1. Students will be guided through a theme-based curriculum that challenges them with more complex grammar structures and sophisticated vocabulary. Students will exercise more independence and learn to speak naturally and precisely about a wider range of more advanced topics. Students will practice English through personalized, meaningful interactions that focus on listening and speaking.

    Learning Outcome:

    By the end of the course, students will have improved their overall fluency. They will be confident communicating in a wider range of demanding contexts using complex grammar structures and advanced vocabulary. They will be able to speak English naturally and effectively, and feel confident doing so.

    40
    starting Monday November 14 ending January 18. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 26, Dec. 28 Jan. 2, Jan. 4.
    Mon Wed
    6:30pm- 9pm
    999-008-05
    40
    starting Monday November 14 ending January 18. *Holidays-No classes Dec. 26, Dec. 28 Jan. 2, Jan. 4.
    Mon Wed
    6:30pm- 9pm

Payment Methods

Your registration will be official when payment has been received. As soon as you receive confirmation of reception of the registration form, please activate your Omnivox account by following the instructions in your confirmation.  Pay online using your Omnivox account, by credit card or Visa debit card. Cégep Heritage College cannot accept cash payments nor personal cheques.  ALL payments MUST be made using a debit card (including Visa debit), credit card, money order or certified cheque. Payments can also be made by mail or in person at Student Services.

  • Please note: Professional and Personal Development Courses/Workshops are subject to all applicable taxes, (except for language courses which are not subject to taxes).

Refund / Withdraw Policy

Participants wishing to withdraw must contact Student Services.

  1. Participants wishing to withdraw before the second scheduled class: partial refund ($30.00 administration fee will apply).
  2. Participants wishing to withdraw after the second scheduled class: no refund.
  3. Any course/workshop cancelled by the College: full refund to participants. 

**Schedule and prices in effect may change without notice but we make all efforts to post on our website in a timely manner.

Emploi Québec Subsidy

Emploi Québec Outaouais offers a subsidy for this course. This training is for workers in the Outaouais region, employed, or unemployed, who want to improve their professional and technical skills. Applicants who wish to request the subsidy must fill out section 5 on the online application form. Candidates must meet the criteria listed in the “Further details” section below to benefit from the subsidy.

Further details:

You are eligible for the subsidy if you live in the Outaouais region, and you are:

  • Currently working for private businesses, municipal corporations, communities and band councils, not-for-profit organizations, co-operatives, self-employed workers, or self-employed groups
  • a seasonal worker on a temporary layoff
  • looking to upgrade your professional and technical skills to maintain your job
  • reorienting your career

You are NOT eligible to take these courses if you are:

  • Not a resident of the Outaouais region
  • employed in the public or para-public sector
  • a full-time student
  • receiving CSST (worker’s compensation) or from the SAAQ

Maximum of two (2) simultaneous courses per person.

Maximum of three (3) employees per place of employment.

Cost

$25*

*If eligibility requirements are met.

Interested?

Register Deadline is November 7, 2022

 

Apply Online


Contact

Student Services

819-778-2270ext.1320

SServices@cegep-heritage.qc.ca