A Deconstruction of Continuing Education by jasonw93


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									             A Deconstruction of Continuing Education

At Centennial College, students who are looking for an option that doesn't
involve sitting in a classroom full-time can opt for the School of Continuing
Education. Whether students seek to complete a credential, upgrade a skill,
learn a new skill, or simply take a course of interest, they can find the courses
they need in this Continuing Education option. Let's take a look at its essential
facts and benefits.

      The School of Continuing Education works with industry associations,
       professionals and the community to ensure it is delivering the most up-
       to-date courses and content.

      Program co-coordinators are constantly keeping an eye on trends and
       areas of interest so offerings reflect the diverse and ever changing needs
       of the Continuing Education student population.

      Continuing Education courses are partnered with a range of
       organizations, among which are Canadian Pro Drivers Inc., Canadian
       Society of Training & Development, Human Resources Management of
       Ontario, Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario and a host of others.

      Students rate instructors and courses highly: 95 per cent are very
       satisfied/satisfied with instructor quality; and 94 per are very
       satisfied/satisfied with quality of courses.

      Continuing Education students may enroll in part-time courses that
       require them to attend classes during their evenings and weekends.

      Attending on-campus classes gives students the chance to complete
       projects, learn through case studies and field trips, interact with fellow
       students and generally enjoy person-to-person interaction.

      The School of Continuing Education employs experienced instructors who
       understand adult learning needs and offer flexible, learner-centered
       teaching methodologies.

      Among the continuing education areas of study are: Transportation,
       Addiction Studies, Business, Computers and Information Technology,
       Engineering Technology, Food Service Worker, Media and Design, Health
       Studies, Retirement Communities Management/Long Term Care

Address: Centennial College, P.O. Box 631, Station A, Toronto M1K 5E9, Ontario, Canada
Tel: 416-289-5300, Email: success@centennialcollege.ca                                   Page 1
       Management, Early Childhood Education and more.

      Online Distance Learning is a Continuing Education option that sees
       students learn at their own convenience and from their home computer.

      Distance Learning gives students access to a 24-hour virtual classroom
       in which instructors, through emails, online forums and discussions, lead

      Correspondence or print-based courses offer Continuing Education
       students the chance to work at their own pace within typically a six-
       month time frame.

      Print-based courses are best suited to students who work independently
       with minimal supervision.

      In most cases both delivery methods (online and print-based) require that
       students attend the campus towards the end of their class to write a
       continuing education final exam.

      All Continuing Education programs the Continuing Education school have
       their own prerequisites. Students should check each individual program's
       page to ensure they have the needed requirements to apply.

      Within certain programs there might be qualification requirements and
       costs for external accreditations, designations, certifications or
       recognitions. These are set by the granting bodies and not by Centennial

      To qualify for any of those external accreditations, designations,
       certification or recognition, students and graduates will need to follow
       the processes and meet the applicable requirements listed on the
       websites      and     materials     of     those    external     bodies.

                                                                                  Author: Klaudia

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Centennial College – Degree Programs, Toronto College

Address: Centennial College, P.O. Box 631, Station A, Toronto M1K 5E9, Ontario, Canada
Tel: 416-289-5300, Email: success@centennialcollege.ca                                   Page 2

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