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Short courses and micro-credentials offered by Ontario’s colleges, universities and Indigenous institutes across the province can help you get the skills that employers need.
They help you retrain and upgrade your skills to find new employment.
Online Learning Centre: Madoc
Institution: Confederation College
Program: Pre Health Sciences: Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees
It was perfect for me to do online. My schedule was flexible and I could work while taking courses.
Institution: University of Toronto, Gale Courses and Athabasca University
Program: Understanding Indigenous Perspectives, Writing Essentials and Learning to Learn Online
It’s great to see all the possibilities and keep something on the go all the time.
Online Learning Centre: Cornwall
Institution: Gale Courses and Mango Languages
Program: Management and Leadership and French
I still communicated with other students, just on the discussion board. I didn’t feel like I was missing anything.
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