Toronto Education Caters To Learners From All Walks of Life

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Did you know that mature student status may be granted to applicants who are over 19 years old and do not have a high school diploma or GED? It is intended to allow applicants who have not completed high school the opportunity to be considered for admission, based on the skills and experience they have acquired since leaving school. Mature students are still required to complete course prerequisites. Exact requirements may vary from college to college. Many mature students opt for continuing education classes.

Attending this Toronto education option allows students to complete diplomas or certificate in a range of areas. At Centennial College, students may attend classes on campus, take online classes that allow them to learn from anywhere they have Wi-Fi or opt for course materials to be physically mailed to them through Print-Based Correspondence. The most popular option, and therefore, the one with the widest range of offerings is part-time studies that are facilitated at Centennial College's four locations. Here is a look at the range of programs within this School of study.

Business: There are several categories of programs that students can attend within this part-time option. For example, accounting, credit and finance programs offer students skills such as computing proficiency and leadership skills. They include Financial Planning, Investment Services and Public Accounting Certificate. Meanwhile, human resources programs focus on offering a full understanding of the relationships that take place in the workplace and include Human Resource Management and Payroll Manager.

Art & Design, Languages: This group of programs is for anyone who wants to enter an imaginative and inspired environment that requires creative thinking, design and linguistic abilities. Students may attend programs or courses such as Digital Publishing, Screenwriting for Film and Television and Web Development – Design.

Community Services: Like Business, this area is split into a branches. Among them are hospitality, which is one of the fastest growing industries today (International Cuisines by Region, Hotel and Resort Management – Financial Operations Management and Food Handler Certificate) and early childhood education, which provides students with the know-how to offer high standards of quality care to children and their families.

Engineering and Technology: This series of courses offers extensive exposure to engineering, manufacturing and related skills using the latest technologies and industry standards. Among specific offerings are: AutoCAD, Electrical Power Systems and more.

General Education and Teaching: Both teaching and learning environments that help students contribute thoughtfully, creatively, and positively to the society in which they live and work are offered. Students gain practical skills needed to be certified as adult trainers in a workplace, those interested in teaching at a college level, and those who are experts in their field who want to learn how to teach/share their expertise.

Transportation and Motorcycle: Teaching students out of the largest and best transportation training site in the country, this area of study covers everything from automotive to aircraft, from motorcycle to mechanics. There are also courses for car, truck and motorcycle owners who want to understand, maintain and repair their own vehicle. Lastly, Centennial also has hands-on motorcycle training courses.

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This piece, by Emma, highlights Centennial College's Continuing Education options and focuses specially on the offerings that students seeking a Toronto education can attend on-campus as opposed to online or through print-based correspondence.


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