Life skills

A student success program for younger students in grades 7 to 9, and in summer school

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Potential Max! combines individualized coaching and guidance for youngsters. Interactive, stimulating and educational tools help them explore many choices as they embark on their journey of learning, and explore the exciting world of careers and work that lies ahead.

Potential Max! helps students move from junior to senior secondary school. The program prepares students for the task ahead of choosing specific subjects to study in Grades 10, 11 and 12. Like its senior counterpart, Potential Max! is administered in the comfort of a student’s home, with the support and guidance of a coach. Communication is through Skype, the Internet and/or the telephone.

Three assessments and tools provide each child with two years of access to their own portfolio, with journals, helpful videos to better understand their own strengths and needs. Potential Max! is a fun and easy way of understanding the grown-up world of work and careers, and learn to plan and organize their activities.

Something few parents ever had: Personalized coaching

Coaches provide a minimum of three sessions with students (and their parents, if they wish) to guide them in understanding the comprehensive reports from the assessments and tests. Coaches also provide helpful ideas for organizing time and events.

Kids learn to maximize learning and use of the tools. They also help make connections to community organizations and clubs that would benefit students as they progress.

A portable skills portfolio

In Potential Max!, students transition easily from one stage of education to another. They use skills, knowledge and understanding of human behavior learned from these programs, and from their coaches. They keep these portfolios for at least two years. When the student reaches grade 10, he or she moves on to a higher level of intervention, such as Career Analytics.

Student Success Program: Career Analytics (Grade 10 to 12)

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EduNational provides answers to typical questions from students:

  • Which school should I attend next?
  • What subjects should I drop now?
  • What subject should I major in?
  • Which career is best for me?
  • I am good at so many subjects. Which one is best for me?
  • What university should I attend?
  • Should I go to College or University?
  • I don’t think I want to go to either college or university, what else is there for me?
  • How long is this going to take for me to complete?
  • How am I going to manage being away from home?


World-wide and Personalized

Through individual career planning assessments and comprehensive tests, along with one-on-one coaching sessions, Career Analytics prepares students to make successful career-oriented and international education decisions. Students, anywhere in the world, in the privacy of their home, on their own time and at their own pace, go through comprehensive assessments, covering their academic abilities, personality type, personal learning style, and choices for successful careers.

Assessments are flexible

Career Analytics assessments take a total of approximately three hours running time. Students can do the assessments on their own time. The assessments are done on-line. You can stop and re-start an assessment that is in progress.

The assessments are available in English. Students receive a portfolio, and an access code that allows each student to complete assessments.

Student Success Program: Success Logics

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Success Logics (formerly "CollegeSkills") is a self-directed, web-based course that helps Grade 12 students who intend to pursue post-secondary education, transition smoothly into a new lifestyle and study environment. It assists students leaving a nurturing classroom environment, and entering an independent facility of self-direction and personal development. This course gives participants the skills and knowledge base to succeed in their new education environment. This awkward transitioning period, when students become anxious, and need reassurances to remain steadfast and focused, is when students are at their most vulnerable.

Self-Directed and Independent Study

Students begin with a self-assessment to determine their multiple intelligences, personality type and learning styles. The fourteen comprehensive chapters of Success Logics that follow provide insight into the three areas that make human beings function in society:

  • Physiological;
  • Social;
  • Psychological.

From self-awareness to developing a plan for success, and attaching support mechanisms, students learn to build confidence and stay motivated while studying.

As students proceed, they keep personal progress journals, and make personal growth observations. Students understand and apply these principles to their own experience. Students then better grasp what it takes to succeed in their everyday lives. It makes a difference in the classroom, lecture halls, private study time, managing time, money, friends, nutrition and inter-personal relationships. Students can keep this e-course for as long as they want it, allowing them to refresh their memory and re-learn or re-visit principles as needed.


Success Logics Chapter Topics

  1. Understanding Motivation;
  2. Exploring Your Personality and Major;
  3. Learning Style and Intelligence;
  4. Exploring Interests and Values;
  5. Planning Your Career and Education;
  6. Managing Time and Money;
  7. Improving Memory and Reading;
  8. Taking Notes, Writing and Speaking;
  9. Test Taking;
  10. Communication and Relationships;
  11. Thinking Critically and Creatively;
  12. Managing a Healthy lifestyle;
  13. Appreciating Diversity;
  14. Thinking Positively About the Future;

Study abroad with EduNational's International Scholars Program

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Few education experiences separate a student today from the rest of the pack as an International education: start at home, study for a year or two in another country, and graduate where you started. That's just one scenario!

The International Scholars program takes the burden away from parents and students by providing a full suite of services to realize their dream to study abroad. Whether students wish to come to school to learn English, or to complete high-school or to start university or college, International Scholars Program (ISP) staff help simplify the process by doing most of the preparation, research and applications for them. This is how workable it really is today:

Contact Canadian Education & Life Skills Network. Let us know where your interests lie: a short English-language summer course, or a longer course of study. You may be interested in enrolling in high school with a dream of going on to university. We can help you with:

  • Finding the right school to suit your needs, and registering for admission;
  • Arranging for a familiarization tours of schools for you and your family;
  • Finding certified homestay and making arrangements for you;
  • Applications for student permit, temporary visa;
  • Acting as liaison between you and the school of your choice;
  • Translating documents, reports and transcripts required for school;
  • Orientation and familiarization package for travelling to Canada;
  • Picking you up from the airport and helping you to settle in;
  • Notarized custodians for students under 18 years of age.


Getting Settled

We help you to settle and integrate into your new surroundings by introducing you to your neighbourhood business locations, and taking you on a trip to the bank, the shopping malls, the local library, restaurants, ethnic grocery store, church or house of worship and similar places.

If you are studying in high school in Ontario from Hong Kong or Taipei, we will make connections for you, if these are available at the time, to continue to take credit courses if you return home for summer holidays. You get the best of both worlds – be with your family for holidays; and stay on top of your studies, like your Canadian colleagues.

Canadian Education & Life Skills Network offers the easiest and best way to come to Canada and study. All our services are designed to make the process of deciding, researching, applying and coming, trouble-free, dependable and pleasant.


Home Stay

Canadian Education & Life Skills Network offers students a highly experienced and high quality Homestay service. For students who want to come to Canada to study, for either a short or a long period of time, and for whom staying with relatives or friends is not an option, we provide the perfect solution – Homestay.

Canadian Education & Life Skills Network meets you at the airport, and takes you to your new ‘home’. Homestay parents generally assume the role of guardian or custodian for their live-in foreign students, legally required by our roster of schools.

Homestay provides you with a home, away from your home, to immerse in Canadian culture, visit interesting places, and practice English with your ‘family’


Work Plan

To prepare for study in Canada, Canadian Education & Life Skills Network develops a Workplan for each student applicant. It has clear-cut deadlines for the submission of documents and information for processing. Each country is distinct, so different deadlines are developed with respect to countries of origin, and schools chosen. In developing the Workplan, consideration is given for processing times demanded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada for Student Permits and Temporary (entry/exit) visas.


Canadian Education & Life Skills Network helps to get your original documents translated, and notarized. Our skilled translators accurately translate your documents, such as school transcripts, and certificates. Canadian Education & Life Skills Network ensures that your originals are safely returned to you.

Applications Visa, Permits

Students wishing to go to high school in Canada must begin the registration process with Canadian Education & Life Skills Network between January and April, for a September start date in the same year. In addition to complying with requirements within their home countries, students require two Canadian-issued documents to allow them to stay and study in Canada: (a) Temporary Resident Visa (to enter and exit Canada) and (b) Student Permit (to study in Canada).

Foreign students may also work while they are studying in Canada, and for up to three years after they have graduated. To do this, students must apply for a Work Permit for Students (students can work both on and off campus). They may also apply for permanent residency. Canadian Education & Life Skills Network makes connections for students to prepare for and find jobs and to apply for work permits.


Guidance & Supports

Prior to arriving in Canada, Canadian Education & Life Skills Network provides students with a set of orientation documents and information that assists in preparing for their journey, provides tips on dressing appropriately, and ensures that they bring the necessary items for their stay.

For visa students studying in high school, Canadian Education & Life Skills Network also offers a series of seminars and workshops on weekends.

Aimed at strengthening their leadership, interpersonal, and problem solving skills, as well as intercultural knowledge, students benefit from a specialized toolbox that infuses an international perspective into the content. Educational tours and fun scenic trips are also offered to Canadian Education & Life Skills Network clients.


School Suitability

Canadian Education & Life Skills Network helps you find the right school, college, or university best suited to a student’s needs. From assessing the student in his/her home country, to receiving that student in Canada, Canadian Education & Life Skills Network also helps with applications for schools, visa, study permit, Homestay and more. In Ontario, there is a wide variety of schools:

  • Schools in the public district school boards;
  • Schools in the Catholic district school boards;
  • Privately owned and independently operated schools;
  • English-language schools;
  • Special focus camps (3-5 weeks);
  • Accredited colleges and universities.