Georgian College

Site: Barrie Campus - Bldg F - Room F110

Service: Occupation-specific Language Training

Record #: BAR2753
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2022
Last Full Update: 28 Mar 2022


Description (Service) OSLT classes are free, intermediate-level workplace communication classes that help permanent residents and protected persons develop the language skills needed to enter the workforce.
  • Work-oriented language courses offered for free to internationally trained newcomers (see eligibility)
  • OSLT helps newcomers understand workplaces in Ontario and to clearly and effectively interact with customers, suppliers, financial officers and government officials, develop strong interviewing, networking and career-building communication skills
  • OSLT for Professional Managers is a 140 hour online course targeted to individuals who have training or experience in running their own business, sales and marketing, accounting or finance, hospitality, project management or technology
    • participants must be minimum Canadian Language Benchmark 6
    • contact or by phone at 705-722-5168 for more information
    OSLT is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Service Details

Hours Evenings and online, call for more information
Dates Next course planned to run October 2022 through March 2023
Areas Served Central Ontario
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up 
English at an intermediate level (Canadian Language Benchmarks 6 to 8) 
Permanent resident or protected person
Application Call or email for more information
Languages English
Fees None

Address and Location

Site Location Barrie Campus - Bldg F - Room F110
Located In Community Barrie
Address & Map
F Bldg
1 Georgian Dr, Rm F110
Barrie, ON L4M 3X9
Intersection Hwy 400 and Duckworth St
Physical Access Fully Accessible

Contact Information

Office Phone 705-722-5168
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Primary Contact Melissa Fletcher, Newcomer Employment Services Coordinator; Phone: 249-388-2141; Email:

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