ILAC Update: 24 hrs and our teachers are making it happen

Thank you to all our teachers at ILAC who have reacted with confidence and imagination to teach students online for the next two weeks.


Today our instructors have gotten to work and started to teach online. Our learning platform is KISS – Keep it Simple & Smart – and is based on human talent, creativity and simple tools including Microsoft platforms and textbooks.


ILAC teachers are producing meaningful online learning without any specific applications, except their brains. Our students are excited to participate and everyone is coming together to make the most of a unprecedented situation in international education.

ILAC students and teachers connecting by chat at the start of an online lesson. ILAC students have been told to stay home as a precaution against COVID-19 so all classes have been moved online.


ILAC’s virtual programming has begun and it is solely thanks to the enthusiasm of our teachers who will continue engaging students during this unpredictable time.


“I am touched to see the feedback from our amazingly engaged teachers this Monday morning,” said Jonathan Kolber, CEO of ILAC. “ Our community is coming together in ways that are unbelievable.”

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2 weeks ago


Are you ready? ILAC is resuming in-person classes in Vancouver starting July 6 and in Toronto once the government approves.

ILAC has invested thousands of dollars to update its campuses and provide a safe and healthy environment for learning.
Safety measures include:
Thermometers at the main entrance
Social distancing inside the school
Classes with 4 students maximum
Masks provided to all students to wear at all times
Medical grade air filters as used by dentists and medical clinics
Hand sanitizers at all entrances
Regular hand-washing protocol (signs across the building)
Disinfection through fogging and misting
Face shields for employees in high traffic areas and for teachers
Nurses on-campus to monitor all procedures are being followed correctly

For more information: www.ilac.com/blog/
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