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NSRIC offers a range of academic, skilled, and hands-on programs (Note: generally, a maximum of 39.5 hours per level) to enhance the specific skills identified and required for a profession. These short programs do not offer diplomas or degrees, but award certificates upon completion of courses for this level. The curriculum is divided in four levels such as foundation, intermediate, advanced, and professional. Students are eligible to register at any level depending upon their interests, skills, and qualifications.

Foundation level courses are designed for students who have graduated with a grade 12 or general education development (GED) certificate. However, students who attend school can enroll in courses. The intermediate level courses are designed for students who have earned a diploma degree, an undergraduate degree, or a graduate degree, and students who are in a degree program (i.e., but not yet fully committed to the labour market) or just started employment (i.e., less than 2 years of experience).

Advanced level courses are intended for students who have completed a diploma degree, undergraduate or graduate degree or a graduate student (e.g., who are not yet fully engaged in the workplace). These target students already have three to nine years of work experience and are ready to develop more skills in their area. The professional level courses are aimed at students who have obtained a diploma, a license, a master’s or a doctorate in any field of study. These students/audiences have been in the workplace for over 10 years and are experts in their field. They expect to occupy more senior positions (e.g., Executive Director, Superintendent, Director, etc.). On-demand courses, training, or programs (i.e., on request) may also be organized at the request of the company, organization or firm. Courses, trainings, or programs on request (i.e., on-demand) may also be organised at the request of the enterprise or an organization or company.

Immigration and workforce Training Program

This training program is designed to help students who are interested in getting an education, training and virtual work experience in Canada to upgrade their skills. Each program in different fields of study covers different National Occupational Classification (NOC), Canada. The program covers a wide range of professions across four levels of education (i.e., foundation, intermediate, advanced, and professional). The maximum length for each program is 39.5 hours.

The program provides topics that match the targeted skills required for a work permit or express entry visa into Canada. However, it also attempts to cover the requirements of the other country’s work permit and/or visa (i.e., such as Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Kuwait, Oman etc.). The course material is open to any interested students who wanted to leave the country as a skilled workforce in any country. The program is designed to help and enhance the skill set for permanent resident (PR) or prospective immigrants who are interested to enhance their skills in accordance with NOC occupations. The course can be offered in any field of study that supports the different occupations of the NOC, Canada and other countries. On-demand courses, training or programs (i.e., upon request) may also be offered at the request of the business, agency or enterprise.

The minimum requirement for this program is a 12th year of secondary school in Canada or equivalent (Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent) or a mature student (at least 19 years old and removed from full-time high school for at least two years).

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NIST School Program

NIST offers a world-class educational program offering an accredited curriculum from the Ontario Ministry of Education in Canada. We pride ourselves in educating students to be recognized global citizens advocating for positive change and leadership in learning. Our students engage in a variety of individual and group learning experiences using 21st-century tools to ensure workplace and professional readiness for their future.  We educate and train our students to pursue higher education, applying to universities of their choice.  The students document their learning experiences throughout their time at NIST, using the framework of the five learning stages – Investigation, Preparation, Action, Reflection and Demonstration. For more information, please Click Here.

CAP Program

NSRIC computer algorithm and programming (CAP) platform is one of the focused and integrated area of our initiatives. Our CAP program is divided into two sections: (i) algorithm and (ii) computer programming. In algorithm, students learn the step-by-step procedure of how to solve the problem and in computer  programming, students learn to establish a  set of instructions for a computer to follow to perform a task. A program could also be an implementation of code to instruct a computer on how to execute an algorithm. The aim of the CAP program is to education students to become the master in different areas of computer science, software, apps, web design and many more in algorithm and computer coding.

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Language Program

ELD Program

English Literacy Development (ELD) is a program for English language learners who have had limited opportunities to develop language and literacy skills in their first language. Being literate means having the skills to be able to read, write and speak to understand and create meaning in English. Our ELD program is designed followed by the Ministry of Education, Ontario, Canada curriculum. The ELD program includes listening, speaking, reading and writing. They also include such things as awareness of the sounds of language, awareness of print, and the relationship between letters and sounds. Other literacy skills include vocabulary, spelling, and comprehension.

The Literacy and English framework promotes the development of critical and creative thinking as well as competence in listening and talking, reading, writing and the personal, interpersonal and team-working skills which are so important in life and in the world of work.

This program also covers the Observable Language and Literacy Behaviours (OLLB). The program helps the English language learners  who have limited or interrupted formal schooling and require an English literacy development program. The varieties describe English language and literacy proficiency development in three broad strands: (i) oral, (ii) reading and (iii) writing. Each strand is guided by the Ontario language curriculum and the ELD curriculum. The Oral strand is defined in terms of listening and speaking skills. Reading is organized by the elements: meaning, form and style, and fluency. The Writing strand emphasizes the view of writing as a process, progressing from prewriting and organization of ideas, to writing and editing. The Observable Language and Literacy Behaviours continua have two main purposes: one is to inform programming and the other is to track the student’s language proficiency.

            Finally, ELD has been developed to ensure that English language learners have the maximum opportunity to become proficient in English and achieve the high levels of literacy that are expected of world students. For more information, please Click Here.

Why Choose our ELD Program
  • To use English as an effective mode of communication in a variety of social settings.
  • To use English in achieving academically in all subject areas.
  • To continue toward developing the English proficiency
  • To ensure rich in language, Language, vocabulary, environment and parental influence, reading, speech, hearing, or vision impairments.
  • To take charge of their own learning, independently and in groups.
  • To select and use effective learning strategies in English speaking institutions.
  • To integrate students confidently into mainstream curriculum and courses.
  • To use English effectively to advocate for themselves in all areas of their lives.
  • To make a successful transition to the student’s chosen postsecondary destination such as work apprenticeship, college, university etc.
  • To function effectively in a society increasingly committed to the use of information technology.
  • To use critical-literacy and critical-thinking skills to interpret the world around them.
  • To participate fully in the social, economic, political, and cultural life of their communities with a strong voice in English for global acceptance.

ESL Program

English as a Second Language (ESL) programs provide international students with the opportunity to learn English or improve their language skills in English. ESL comprises with four area of teaching such as (i) Reading, (ii) Writing, (iii) Listening and (iv) Speaking. Almost every Canadian school in North America now welcomes students who speak over 100 different languages. Such examples are several Aboriginal languages, many African, Asian, and European  languages, or an English-related creole language (such as Caribbean Creole or West African Krio). These increasing linguistic and cultural diversity provides students with many opportunities for cultural enrichment and for learning that is global in scope. However, this diversity brings a significant and growing proportion of students come as English language learners in the in English-language schools. Our ESL program opens a door for the students who are interested to get admissions in different schools in North America, Australia, UK, Europe and many other countries. These students will  learn the language of instruction i.e., English.  The curriculum in English as a ESL program has been developed to ensure that English language learners have the maximum opportunity to become proficient in English and achieve the high levels of literacy that are expected of all students. The goals of the ESL curriculum is to (i) train the students in a broad proficiency in English that is essential to students’ success in both their social and academic lives, (ii)  foster their capability to take their place in society as responsible and productive citizens and (iii) provide with the knowledge and skills an English language learner needs. For more information, please Click here.

Why Choose our ESL Program

  • To use English as an effective mode of communication in a variety of social settings.

  • To use English in achieving academically in all subject areas.

  • To take charge of their own learning, independently and in groups.

  • To select and use effective learning strategies in English speaking institutions.

  • To integrate students confidently into mainstream curriculum and courses.

  • To use English effectively to advocate for themselves in all areas of their lives.

  • To make a successful transition to the student’s chosen postsecondary destination such as work apprenticeship, college, university etc.

  • To function effectively in a society increasingly committed to the use of information technology.

  • To use critical-literacy and critical-thinking skills to interpret the world around them.

  • To participate fully in the social, economic, political, and cultural life of their communities with a strong voice in English for global acceptance.

FSL Program

French as a second language (FSL) at the Ontario School Board in Canada is a required language to study from Grades 4 to 8. Further, students need to earn at least one credit in FSL in secondary school (i.e., Grades 9 to 12)  to obtain the Ontario Secondary School Diploma ( OSSD). This program provides solid theoretical and practical training in French as a second language which allows the student to acquire the interaction skills necessary for their professional development. Our approach is based on communicative and experiential teaching and learning methods which rely on and can directly be applied to the realities of everyday life. This program is designed to meet the needs of beginners as well as the advanced students. Courses are delivered according to specific learning outcomes for each training level, ensuring a continuous learning process while focusing on participants’ communication needs, learning styles, past knowledge, interests and abilities. Throughout the program, students will learn the grammatical structures as well as the vocabulary required for their professional and personal activities. They will also be introduced to French culture and francophone communities. After successful completion of the program, students will be able to communicate effectively in both oral and written French. The program is divided into two Levels, (i) Foundation Level and (ii) Advanced level. In foundation level, there are five courses to learn the basic French language. In advanced level, there are 10 courses to fulfil the requirement of the certificate under Ministry of Education, Ontario, Canada. The advanced level FSL program follow and covers the Ontario school board curriculum.

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IELTS Program​

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test is one of the most popular English tests that measure the English language proficiency of individuals where English is the native language. IELTS certificate is the internationally recognized document of proof to show the level of English proficiency. This certification can open up prospects, including immigration, study, work permit and many more job opportunities. An IELTS preparation course helps a person to prepare for the exam while building the English language skills.

IELTS test is mainly taken by students and professionals who intend to peruse for higher study, work permits and migrations to another country. This includes countries such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and USA. There are two versions of IELTS tests such as (i) academic IELTS and (ii) general IELTS. The academic IELTS test is for students who are seeking to study abroad. The general IELTS test is for people who are planning to migrate to other countries for permanent residency. NIST offers both programs and they are made up of four parts – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. For more information, please Click Here
 
Why choose our IELTS program?
  • Experienced certified IELTS trainers.
  • Learn the best tips and strategies for maximizing the outcome of IELTS, i.e. a high score.
  • Learn at your own pace and in a small classroom.
  • Each student gets individual feedback that will help them achieve the desired grade at IELTS.
  • Provision of synchronous and asynchronous learning environments.
  • Offering synchronous and synchronous classes.
  • Online tutorials available at no extra cost.
  • Provide an option for individual lessons (additional fees may be applicable for individual lessons).
  • Preparation for a simulated test (i.e., mock test) and band score assessments can be included in the duration of the selected course at no additional cost.
  • Customized learning plan, ie. adapt our program according to your needs, which will allow you to get more help for smaller precise areas, instead of working on the four modules of the IELTS.

TOEFL Program

TOEFL is commonly abbreviated as the test of English as a Foreign Language. The examination was created as a way to measure the English skills of non-native speakers hoping to attend schools where English is the language of instruction. Looking at a student’s TOEFL scores, admission officers decide if that student had a high enough level of English to succeed at their academic department. In general TOEFL comprises four segments such as (i) listening skills, (ii) reading skills, (iii) speaking skills and (iv) writing skills. It is also called the computer-based version of the TOEFL i.e., TOEFL CBT. These days, the earlier TOEFL is called TOEFL iBT (internet-Based Test). This program is designed to help students develop the necessary skills required for the TOEFL test on speaking, listening, writing, and reading. The course is intensive in nature and requires a lot of work on the students’ part. This program is designed for serious students who want to secure an overall score of 100+ on the TOEFL iBT. If you are ready to successfully prepare for the high score in the Exam, this TOEFL iBT program is a course for you. Our program offers a deep understanding of the exam, not simply a surface-level contents. Our dedicated TOEFL iBT Instructors are experienced who break down and simplify the questions for students so that the exam becomes easy. TOEFL is not simply knowing about English but it requires test strategy and tactics that have proven results. As a result, learning the TOEFL iBT is a challenge. In addition, it is an online exam and thus this program will allow students to study in the format that is best for the exam. For more information, please Click Here

Why choose our TOEFL program?
  • Experienced certified IELTS trainers.
  • Learn the best tips and strategies for maximizing the outcome of IELTS, i.e. a high score.
  • Learn at your own pace and in a small classroom.
  • Each student gets individual feedback that will help them achieve the desired grade at IELTS.
  • Provision of synchronous and asynchronous learning environments.
  • Offering synchronous and synchronous classes.
  • Online tutorials available at no extra cost.
  • Provide an option for individual lessons (additional fees may be applicable for individual lessons).
  • Preparation for a simulated test (i.e., mock test) and band score assessments can be included in the duration of the selected course at no additional cost.
  • Customized learning plan, ie. adapt our program according to your needs, which will allow you to get more help for smaller precise areas, instead of working on the four modules of the IELTS.

OSSD Program

The Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) is a diploma certificate granted to secondary school graduates (after successful completion of Grade 9 to 12 required courses) in Ontario, Canadian. OSSD is part of the NIST School program which is publicly-funded province-wide school system for government schools. It is awarded to all students who complete the Ontario education curriculum, including NIST Home school students. 

The NIST Secondary (i.e., High) School Education program allows students to graduate with a Canadian accredited diploma from the Ontario Ministry of Education which is OSSD. In accordance with our vision of disseminating knowledge to others, NIST wishes to execute this vision to the global market by offering students all around the world a strong educational foundation through a Canadian high school diploma i.e., OSSD. Our graduates are highly successful in their pursuit of higher education in universities and colleges across the globe, including North America, Europe, and Australia. Our students pride themselves with successfully completing a journey of one of the richest curriculum’s offered in a global context. For more information, please Click Here.

PD Program​

NSRIC professional development (PD) program is an integral part of our initiatives. The PD is often defined as, “structured professional learning that results in changes to a person’s knowledge and practices, and improvements in student learning outcomes”. We offer online PD courses that help professionals, early career employees and students to enhance their professional skills and improve their employability. When combined with students’ academic programs and NSRIC PD experiences, our effort ensures that students are ready to excel in the workplace, no matter their career path. Research has illustrated that for example, teacher competency and skill are directly correlated to student’s achievement. Policy makers, educators, parents, and students alike, all have a vested interest in identifying the central aspects of effective PD to enhance the successful career. There are seven key parameters in the core of the our PD program. These keys are (i) content-focused, (ii) incorporates active learning, (iii) supports collaboration, (iv) uses models of effective practices, (v) provides coaching and expert support, (vi) offers feedback and reflection and (vii) is of sustained duration.

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Tutoring Program​

NIST tutoring program is an integral part of our initiatives. Students can start and enjoy a successful school year while gaining confidence with this program. Our tutoring program is a focused individual student’s need-based learning where we assess every student to determine their needs. We then offer a suitable program that’s ideally suited for them and thus giving them feelings of the confidence to succeed throughout the school year. NIST customized tutoring program can help your child navigate the school year with confidence and success.

Our  program is carefully developed with those needs in mind. There are steps from setting goals to developing a curriculum. For starting a successful new tutoring program at NIST, these steps  are assess the need, define the mission, setting up goals and objectives, design the program, select or adapt a reading curriculum, provide support for tutors and implement the plans. These steps are followed during the development of a tutoring program for your child and/or children. NIST tutoring program is mainly focused on (i) computer programming, (ii) English(iii) French(iv) Mathematics and (v) Science for all grades. However, NIST tutoring program is open for all areas of studies for all grades. We can design any tutoring program according to the student’s need. For more information please Click Here.

VT Program​

NSRIC Vocational training (VT) program is one of the focused and integrated part of our initiatives. VT is usually defined as any training that is specific to a particular occupation. However an academic degree program from a college or university might prepare you to pursue a wide range of entry-level positions within a certain field such as business or IT. VT is intended to equip you with the defined skills through certification or licensing required to pursue a specific position such as hairstylist, construction electrician, or chef. Since vocational training programs are designed to help students acquire career-specific skills for a broad range of career paths, there are a number of learning formats designed to accommodate the needs of each occupation. Whether they are called vocational colleges, technical schools, or career colleges, career-oriented educational institutions provide an array of options for those who are interested. NSRIC is committed to provide career training programs, apprenticeship programs, and much more. We focus out training program in oil and gas, construction, manufacturing, service, and transportation. Out world-class instructors are typically industry-experienced professionals who possess an understanding of the practical abilities and theories required to enter the specific area that they are teaching. Programs are developed with a strong focus on career readiness and generally contain significant hands-on training and opportunities for obtaining real-world experience.
 
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