Canada immigration values language training highly
When it comes to Canada immigration, language training language training is given top priority aided with government funding and various language training programmes.
When immigrants come to Canada, language and communication ca be a problem for them, especially for whose immigrants who come from countries where English or French are not spoken. Lack of language ability is a barrier to one’s success in Canada and it also hampers the ability of Canada to benefit from immigrant’s skills.
So, in order to get benefited more from the immigrants, the Canadian government finances programmes across Canada that are aimed towards helping immigrants settle and understand the Canadian society, providing job support and at the root of these initiatives in language training.
Parliamentary Secretary Ed Komarnicki praised the work of language training administrators across the country at a conference this week and also highlighted the support provided by the government to organizations that train immigrants. .
Komarnicki said during the conference that learning language skills hold the key to the success of newcomers and language training gives them the tools that are needed to fully participate in their communities.
According to the experts at Global Visas, although Canada is a popular destination for foreigners from all over the world, but language often poses a problem for the newcomers. It marked that now, with these programs immigrants do not need to worry about differences as the government is actively working towards assisting them.
It is not easy to move to a new country, especially when there is a language barrier, but with the help of programmes like Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada and the Enhanced Language Training Program, integration of immigrants becomes a lot mot easier and smoother. In the state of Ontario alone, a funding of $920 million over a period of five years has been invested towards assisting the newcomers settle.
Of late the Canadian government has also openly spoken about their support for the language training programmes for immigrants, congratulating foreign graduates of the Halton Multicultural Council’s Enhanced Language Training for Community Policing Programme and also funding the training of 40 foreign trained environmental engineers.
Komarnicki said that government has seen the benefits of helping the Canadian newcomers settle, and understood that we succeed if the newcomers succeed.
Language differences create anxiety and pose a challenge for immigrants, but with the support of the government and various other organizations, this challenge can be faced efficiently.