Contact North | Contact Nord helps educationally underserved Ontarians in 600 small, rural, remote, Indigenous and Francophone communities access online learning to get a degree, diploma, certificate from Ontario’s public colleges and universities or upgrade their skills via online learning without leaving their communities.
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Online Learning Centre: Clinton and Kincardine
Institution: McMaster University
Program: Accounting and Advanced Accounting and Finance Requirements
I like that I can continue working, go home after work and play with my kids, and after they go to bed, get some homework done
Online Learning Centre: St. Thomas
Institution: Quinte Adult Education and Fanshawe College
Program: Mathematics for College Technology (College) Grade 12, English (Workplace) Grade 12 course, and Business - Accounting
The instructors reply to e-mails within 48 hours and we have a discussion board.
Online Learning Centre: Dryden
Institution: Confederation College, University of Toronto and Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Program: Personal Support Worker, Understanding Indigenous Perspectives and Mental Health and Addictions 101
It was a very interactive classroom, including doing group work with classmates in other locations.
Online Learning Centre: Orléans
Institution: The LearningHUB and Good Learning Anywhere Sioux-Hudson Literacy Council
Program: Learning to Communicate Using MS Word 2010, Learning to Communicate Using MS Excel and Ready to Work
Online courses are enhancing my knowledge