The Regina Open Door Society LINC program is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). This program provides quality, settlement-based English language training to adult refugees and immigrants to help them adapt to life in Regina and use English in their everyday activities.
What we offer:
- Full-time, part-time morning, and part-time afternoon classes Monday to Friday
- Evening classes 2 or 4 evenings a week
- Various schedules to fit your needs
- Provincially licenced Child Care on-site
- Downtown location
You are eligible for the LINC program if you:
- Are a Permanent Resident of Canada, Protected Person or Refugee
- Are eighteen (18) years or older
- Have been assessed at any level from Literacy to CLB 4 on the Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT)
Note: Work Permit holders or recent Canadian citizens who are eighteen (18) years or older, might be eligible for Stage 1 & 2 English classes.
How to register for LINC classes
Step 1. Take the Canadian Language Benchmarks Placement Test (CLBPT)
Before registering for LINC classes, you must be assessed at the Language Assessment and Referral Centre (LARC).
To book an appointment with LARC, please contact:
Language Assessment and Referral Centre (LARC)
100-2445 13th Avenue
Regina, SK, S4P 0W1
Step 2. Register for LINC at RODS
Once the LARC assessment is done, you need to bring your assessment, referral card and landing paper to:
Regina Open Door Society (RODS)
English Language Services
1855 Smith Street, Regina, SK, S4P 2N5