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180 Bloor St W #1102, Toronto, ON M5S 2V6, Canada

(416) 926-0540

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ccet.ca
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I registered for ESL program at CCE for 6 months. The course materials are good and teachers are great. There are many teachers there, but I had course with 2 of them. Staff are helpful and school is organized. Students come from different part of world. Classes are friendly.

ccet.ca
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I will never recommend this school to anyone! I was bitterly disappointed by their service. My English level is already advanced (total band 7.5 on IELTS) but I still need to improve my speaking. However, the teacher they chose for me was for entry level students. And I decided to withdraw before the class finished. When I was doing the refund, the owner (an Indian guy) suddenly said "I knew you will withdraw", I was shocked, but the receptionist was laughing besides. He knew he doesn't have a teacher who can teach my level but he still let me take the course so he can earn the administration fee. (They have a refund policy that if you are not satisfied with your first class then you can withdraw but exclude a $25 administration fee which is non-refundable). This was a real experience happened to me. It can be verified by phone record and receipts, all documents. TO THE OWNER: I hope you know that a company's reputation is much more important than $25!!

ccet.ca
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incompetent instructors and unpleasant staff. they calculate how to trick people to pay more. hope they could focus more on their classes's quality

ccet.ca
5
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Great experienced professors, affordable prices and close to two subway stations.

ccet.ca
1
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Very disappointed! The school promoted an advanced level class to me but assigned an entry level teacher who has no experience at all to teach me. I Will never come back then.

ccet.ca
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Yeah, these classes are cheap, but the value for your dollar is pretty low too. I went here for a few weeks to study French. My teacher was a nice woman but she didn't seem to have any TEACHING experience. It was apparent that they had just hired her to teach and not actually come up with any curriculum for students to study. In Most of my 3-hr classes were spent just doing worksheets that were printed out online. We didn't have any homework assignments or much practice actually employing what we used. My first class, I was a new student in a class of people who had already been there for weeks, and my teacher asked me what I wanted to learn. She was a native speaker but a lot of the lessons were either just printed worksheets or "I don't know the actual rules, you have to memorize it" (when I actually started studying on my own, I learned she was wrong). I quit the classes and started my own notebook to learn the tenses and progressed a lot faster and easier. Save your money.

ccet.ca
5
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Good place to learn languages. I finished 3 months ESL at CCE.The native Experienced teacher and good materials. Then I registered for French course and french native teacher was amazing.

ccet.ca
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I have been to different language schools in Toronto. I can share my experience that I had here. The most attractive thing about CCE is the cheap price. I signed up for private English classes. However, I got what I paid for. The teacher was comparatively young and did not have too much (life&teaching) experience even though she was polite. Despite the quality of the class, their administrative staff were a little aggressive always interrupting me when answering my questions. Now I already switched to another language school which was recommended by my friend.

ccet.ca
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Canada College of Education is a private institution in Toronto offering language courses. They teach anything from French and Spanish to Arabic and Farsi. Living in Canada and not knowing a word of French, motivated me to look into French courses offered in Toronto. My Google search results included something like 24 MILLION hits but once I got to CCE's website, I was sold within a few minutes! Highlights: - Comparatively cheap (~$7/hour for regular classes, $20/hour for semi private classes, and $28/hour for private classes) - Flexible schedules offered. (choose from: morning, evening, weekdays, weekends, part-time, full-time) - Small class sizes. (Max 8) - Walking distance from Wellesley Subway Station. - Excellent instructors. Our instructors were actually from France as opposed to Quebec. (not that there's anything wrong with Quebec!) - Course materials were presented in an orderly fashion and the instructors took the time to make sure each student understood everything being taught instead of rushing through the material. - Excellent customer service. The bad? Probably the building itself. It's pretty old and sketchy looking inside and out. But I was easily able to turn a blind eye after the first class. 4.5 Stars!

ccet.ca
5
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I took their part time French beginner's class for 4 month. My instructor was Maxime Trudeau-Poitras. I had a great time there and I did learn a lot in class. As of background, I had zero French background when I first started. I know only four French words/sentences before taking the class: oui, merci, bonjour and c'est la vie. During the class, I had a full time job which means I didn't have much time studying after the class. At the end of A4 class, I could have simple conversations in French to introduce myself and discuss what I did in the past and my plan in the future (within the topics that we had learnt and practiced in class). I am more comfortable in a French environment now. Maxime is an excellent teacher. If the school will see my post, I recommend you to give this guy a raise (I'm half joking!). He has many years of teaching experience. He was knowledgeable and was really patient with us. I talked to many classmates and we all feel really lucky to have him. My class had a great vibe. People were all very engaged and we had some good discussions. Also my class had a friendly environment. I did feel some pressure when moved into A2 class where we were required to talk more in French. However, classmates and Maxime gave me a lot of courage and I got use to speaking in French in my class (if it's outside class, I will still be nervous). If you are a beginner with zero background like me, you might be overwhelmed at first and I did struggled a little bit about if I should continue to the A2. But I am really happy that I stick with it. I think the class will be easier for those who had learnt some French in high school. But it is totally doable for people who have no background. The class size changed from A1 to A4. In our first A1 class, we had like 20 people and in the end we had 5 people who completed A4. It works for me. Bigger class has better discussions and it was really fun. However, when you moved to higher levels, the smaller class size allows you to practice more and the instructor could spend much more time on each students. I did recommend my friends to give the class a try if they are interested in learning French.

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Canada College of Education Toronto

180 Bloor St W #1102, Toronto, ON M5S 2V6, Canada
(416) 926-0540

Canada College of Education Toronto

180 Bloor Street West #1102, Toronto, ON M5S 2V6, Canada
(416) 926-0540