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Second Language Courses

Eastern Québec has more than 25 years of expertise in teaching both English and French second language courses; we have an established reputation for delivering courses focused on student needs and satisfaction. We invite you to look at the different options available and then call us to register at 418 654-0537 extension 2801 or at infoeastern@cqsb.qc.ca 

Language Conversation Classes

Develop your vocabulary and grammar strategies to improve your conversation skills. Eastern Quebec Learning Centre offers a personalized approach in a small group setting (10-12 people/group) with experienced teachers. All classes will be given online!

Registration

  • The next session is scheduled to begin: October 5, 2020
  • Registration will start 3 weeks prior.
  • To register, please fill out the REGISTRATION ONLINE

 

Schedule

  • English Conversation:

Mondays and Wednesdays 8:45 am to 10 50am OR

Mondays and Wednesdays 6:30 pm to 8:35 pm

  • French Conversation:

Mondays and Wednesdays 6:30 pm to 8:35 pm OR

Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:45 am to 10:50 am

 

Fees

The cost is 270$ for 30 hours of classes.

Through Emploi-Québec we can offer classes at a reduced rate of 30$ for 30 hours of classes.

 

To qualify for Emploi-Québec rate,

English Conversation

  • You must be able to work in Québec, and not on disability or CNESST.
  • You must be employed or looking for employment in one of the following fields: Sales, Marketing, Tourism, Transportation.
  • You must have a basic level of English (Intermediate level).
  • You cannot be working in a government facility (i.e. School, Hospital, RAMQ, SAAQ).
  • You cannot be a full-time Student.

 

French Conversation

  • You must be able to work in Québec, and not on disability or CNESST.
  • You must be employed or looking for employment.
  • You cannot be working in a government facility (i.e. School, Hospital, RAMQ, SAAQ).
  • You cannot be a full-time Student.

« When I started, I didn’t know what a mouse was. I am proud of my accomplishments. Mutual aid is important at Eastern. I would have not benefited from that help in group teaching. »

— DORIS Dion