French language services
Documents and forms of the Ontario Special Education Tribunals are available in both French and English.
OSET hearings can be conducted in English, French or in both languages. If you filed an appeal in French, a bilingual member will be assigned to your hearing. If you filed in English but would prefer to continue in French please tell the OSET as soon as possible.
OSET is one of seven expert adjudicative tribunals that form Social Justice Tribunals Ontario. SJTO is committed to ensuring that French language services are clearly visible, easily accessible and publicized, and of equivalent quality to services offered in English. Read the SJTO French Language Services Policy.
Languages other than English or French
The OSET can provide interpreters for languages other than English and French, including sign language. If you need an interpreter, include this information on your Notice of Appeal or contact the OSET as soon as possible and well in advance of your hearing.
Please note that all correspondence submitted to the OSET must be in English or French. The OSET does not provide translation services.