Mom & Baby ESL Program / MITT's Erin Campus
Counselling is available to help day and evening students adjust to their new life and to create a supportive environment. The counselling includes information on services and programs for immigrants as well as guidance to aid in their successfully adapting to a new culture.
Computer-Assisted Language Learning
This is an interactive class for MITT students that incorporates the use of the computer as well as computer-based resources to facilitate and reinforce language learning. Some examples of computer-assisted language learning are:
- preparing presentations
- exploring web-based resources
Students may receive a student card when they are enrolled. The student card includes a photograph of the student and the photo is taken at MITT.
Helpful Links and Downloads
- Government of Manitoba Immigration website
- Find the information you need on different programs for newcomers, including employment, language, housing, etc.
- Manitoba START
- Manitoba START serves immigrants who are settling in Winnipeg as permanent residents. and provides information and referral services to help people in their new life in Winnipeg.
- Winnipeg English Language Assessment and Referral Centre (WELARC)
- WELARC will refer students to the appropriate English program.
- Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks
- The Centre supports and promotes the use of Canadian Language Benchmarks as standards for describing, measuring and recognizing the language proficiency of adult immigrants.
- Essential Skills
- These are skills that are needed to perform work functions and to carry out other life tasks. These skills are incorporated into the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology English Language Centre classes.
- Orientation Guides: Occupation-Specific Language and Employment Practices in Canada
- This guide describes different job roles and responsibilities as well as important vocabulary and information about each job to help students prepare for work or education in a specific occupation.
The Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technologye believes that significant learning takes place outside our institution and that this learning can and should be assessed and recognized. For more information, please contact the Recognition of Prior Learning Coordinator at 204-989-6575.
The Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology is in partnership with five Adult Learning Centres (ALC's). The Adult Learning Centres offer programs that lead to a Regular or Mature Student High School diploma.
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