Continuing education is about learning what you want to learn, how you want to learn and when you want to learn it.
Continuing education can help you get your high school diploma, get a post-secondary education, or learn new skills or get a better job.
As the job market becomes more competitive, continuing educaiton can help you keep up with the latest technologies, knowledge and skills you need to help you keep your job, get a new job or change careers through continuing education.
Continuing Education Programs Meet the Needs of Adult Learners
There are many ways to study and continuing education programs give adult learners choices.
Study during the day or evening, in class or by distance education through online classes, e-Learning or other correspondence education options. With today’s technology and range of program choices and resources, it’s easier than ever to take continuing education.
Worried about fitting in or feel like you’re too old to study? Don’t worry. More and more adults are going back to school to get a certificate, diploma or degree, to change careers or just as a hobby. Many schools have academic help centres where you can get study tips or participate in study groups with other students.
Find out more about continuing education:
- Categories of Continuing Education
- Benefits of Continuing Education
- Education to Suit Your Lifestyle
- Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)
- Get Your High School Diploma
- Provincial and Territorial Departments of Education
- Post-Secondary Education
Want to learn more? Discover how continuing education can work for you.