Language and Intercultural Communication

School of Continuing Studies

Certificate of Proficiency in Written English

Objectives

The non credit Certificate of Proficiency in Written English - Workplace Communication is designed to offer an intense training in written English as a Second/Foreign Language, from the mid intermediate to the advanced level. For each level, the program includes specific language objectives, various forms of writing commonly used in the workplace, and strategies for effective written communication. It is designed for the acquisition of the linguistic, communicative and pragmatic competency needed in workplace contexts, and comprises a stringent pedagogical follow-up. The program's three levels are compatible with national and international frameworks of reference for languages, such as the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB), the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Proficiency Guidelines, and the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

NumberTitlePrerequisitesAvailable Times
 Spring/Summer
2017
Fall
2017
Winter
2018
Spring/Summer
2018
Program Courses
CEGL 215English Grammar at WorkPlacement Test of Written English (PTWE) or Permission of the DirectorONLINEONLINE  
CEGL 216English Grammar and Writing in Context 1Placement Test of Written English (PTWE) or Permission of the DirectorONLINEONLINE  
CEGL 315English Grammar and Writing in Context 2CEGL 215 and CEGL 216, Placement Test of Written English (PTWE) or Permission of the DirectorONLINEONLINE  
CEGL 316English Vocabulary for the WorkplaceCEGL 215 and CEGL 216, Placement Test of Written English (PTWE) or Permission of the DirectorONLINEONLINE  
CEGL 415English Training Techniques for the WorkplaceCEGL 315 and CEGL 316, Placement Test of Written English (PTWE) or Permission of the DirectorONLINEONLINE  
CEGL 416English Written Communication Strategies for the WCEGL 315 and CEGL 316, Placement Test of Written English (PTWE) or Permission of the DirectorONLINEONLINE