Languages Canada is dedicated helping our members deliver quality, accredited English and French programs from both the public and private sectors. We represent more than 210 language education programs and more than 185 study locations across Canada. Our promises to our members are:
Join our growing and successful association of accredited English and French language programs across Canada: How to become a member
Information relating to our organization’s policies, by-laws, etc. can be found here. All Languages Canada members are expected to adhere to the following: By-laws and Membership Policies
Languages Canada’s Quality Assurance Framework
Accreditation – Quality Assurance Quality Assurance is a critical element of Languages Canada. All member schools are required to be accredited under one internationally recognized and comprehensive scheme. The Accreditation Scheme operates at arm’s length, is transparent, confidential and maintains the integrity and rigour of Languages Canada’s standards and process. Each level of review done by different member of a team of highly qualified independent professionals. Six areas examined:
Questions? – Contact: Orion Assessment Services of Canada Inc. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Toll Free: +1 (877) 494-0477
Facts about Languages Canada
member programs across the country
More than 135,000 students choose Canada every year to learn English or French.
In 2016, more than 45,000 post-secondary students in Canada were attracted to our country through one of our member programs.
Our accredited language programs generated $1.44 billion in export revenue for the Canadian economy.
How to Join Languages Canada By having one strong voice, Languages Canada has had many notable accomplishments to date including: You can be a part of that voice and participate in the process of influencing government and overseas markets and economizing our marketing efforts! Not to mention that, as a Languages Canada member, you will …
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