About this program

  • Credential Awarded: Statement of Completion
  • Type: Part-Time Program
  • Code: C0172
  • Delivery: Online Self-Guided (5 Years Max)
Not OSAP Eligible

This part-time Teaching Adults program prepares qualified individuals for positions in teaching adults within school boards, colleges or retraining centres.

Highlights

  • Students take Adult Learning first, a foundational course which covers the principles of adult learning.

  • Additional courses cover topics including curriculum development, instructional methods, and measurement and evaluation.

Career Opportunities

Teaching adults (with additional appropriate credentials) in various settings, including:

  • Colleges
  • Retraining centres
  • School boards
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Courses

Prerequisites may be required for these courses. Please refer to individual course descriptions for specific requirements.
Courses are delivered online, unless otherwise indicated in the class registration listing.

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How to Register

Students do not apply to part-time programs. Instead, part-time programs are self-guided. Enrol in and successfully complete each course listed on the Courses tab – on your own time and schedule. Fees are paid on a per-course basis.

What courses are currently available?

Course availability may vary term-to-term, so be sure to check the Courses list often for upcoming offerings.

On the Courses tab click the course code or course name to see upcoming classes for that course. If a class if available important information such as the course description, fees, and date/time will be displayed. Click the Register Now button next to your class of choice to enrol and pay through our secure checkout system.

Can I complete this program online?

Check the Courses tab for the list of required courses. Courses will indicate if they are available online, in-class, or a combination of both (hybrid).

How do I graduate?

Once you have successfully completed all of the required courses you may apply for your Statement of Completion.

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