English Language Immersion Programs for Healthcare Professionals
Stanley Academy offers 2 excellent English Language Immersion Programs exclusively for Healthcare Professionals.
●Medical Diploma Program (16 Wks Curriculum)
●Medical English Full-time Program (ESL) (30hrs/week)
●Medical English Part-time Program(ESL) (15hrs/week)
●RN Exam Preparation Part-time (15hrs/week)
●TSE Preparation Standard-time (15hrs/week)
(English Level: Beginner – Intermediate)
●TSE Preparation Part-time (7.5hrs/week)
(English Level: Intermediate – Advanced)
●LPI Preparation Part-time (7.5hrs/week)
●LPI Test Saturday Intensive Workshop (Saturdays,10am-3:30pm)
We offer students small classes (5 to 6 students) and high quality faculty who are experienced in various medical fields. The teachers use a variety of teaching techniques and encourage active class participation. Teachers also provide individual one-on-one assistance when required by students. Faculty members of Stanley Academy are professionally trained and university educated with at least one degree in a medical field and / or teaching English as a second language.
Student intake into Stanley Academy is every Monday, and one school session is four weeks in duration. Each session begins on the first Monday of each month except December. For the month of December the new session begins on the last Monday of November. Students may begin on the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th Monday of school session, however, they will be placed in ongoing classes.
n this total immersion English Medical Language Program, students are surrounded by English medical terminologies and Canadian culture daily in a variety of settings.
At school with a small group in comfortable surroundings.
For the healthcare curriculum, in clinical settings with a professional Canadian colleague.
At home with a family who supports the learning process.
Among a community that welcomes foreign visitors who appreciate the language and culture.
With instructors who guide and support student’s learning in all settings.
Using a curriculum in medical terminologies that is individually designed to support the progress of students.
Each student is assessed by the supervisor of education to determine the most appropriate level in which to begin.