LINC Home Study (LHS) is a language training program available to ESL learners who cannot attend a face-to-face class in Manitoba. To register, learners need to:
- Submit a CLB report, dated within last year
- Sign a consent form
- Have min CLB 3322
- Be able to meet with an instructor once per week on Skype
- Be able to study on your own for min 5 hrs per week
- Maintain a portfolio of language samples for assessment purposes
Once registered, learners are matched with an e-Facilitator, who will monitor and assess their progress. Learners are expected to use both the LHS and EO platforms to practise your language skills, and receive a CLB certificate.
I’m an organized person, and I like to use my learning journal to write down everything that I learn, everyday so I can review it easily and see my progress.
Also, I’m crazy about Linc program – this is a great program that has modules and different lessons. Each lesson has dialogues, listening, as well as grammar part. The material there is so interesting that I want to study more and more.
In addition, every week I have 30 minutes class with my personal teacher where I can ask different questions and get all answers to them. I’m really happy that I am studying online, and I hope that you will use this chance too.
How to Register
If you are already registered with English Online, you can log in to the online Registration System and apply for Linc Home Study under “Apply for Learning Options”.
If you are not yet registered with English Online, you can apply for both with our online Registration System. First read the general registration instructions at https://livelearn.ca/register/ as well as the Linch Home Study registration instructions at https://livelearn.ca/linc-home-study-registration/. From there you can click the link to register online.