Through the Literacy and Basic Skills program, you will learn reading, writing, math and other basic skills e. These courses are free and available in English or French. There are courses designed for Indigenous people and Deaf people as well. To find out if your reading, writing and math skills are below that level or to find a class near you contact Employment Ontario. Four different organizations in Ontario offer free online courses tailored to you. Find out more about learning online:. You can also make an appointment with an Employment Ontario counsellor to find out more.
Once you have made the decision to begin your Adult Education studies, you will need to complete the Application for Admission. Your file will be assessed and an Offer of Admission may be mailed to you. If you have applied and do not hear from Brock within three weeks, please contact the Office of the Registrar by email to inquire about the status of your file. Please note that you have not been admitted into the program until you have received an Offer of Admission. There are deadlines for each registration period. Once you have successfully registered using the web, fees will be charged to your Brock account.
Adult Education is an immense field that can be divided into dozens of sub-fields. As a registered career college in Ontario, this Certificate is a Post-Secondary academic credential. The Certificate in Adult Education program is comprised of four compulsory full credits 40 hours each and two elective half credits 20 hours each for total of 5 credits hours online learning in total. Upon registration you will be sent a unique user name and password within 48 hours to your email by your appointed online instructor who will be there to support you from beginning to end. The hours online can be fully completed in a number of weeks, months, or even a year and even longer; it is entirely up to you.
This program is designed for those individuals who plan, administer, and deliver training and education to adults in the workplace, in non profit organizations, in college settings, and in educational institutions. It is of interest to those considering new career possibilities in positions involving the training, education, and professional development of adults. The curriculum is practical and theoretical so that the student is exposed to different learning contexts and methodologies, and the practicalities involved with program assessment, planning, development, delivery and evaluation. The Institute for Performance and Learning, Canada's leading association of workplace learning professionals, sets the standards for learning and development in Canada. Students enrolled in this program are eligible for student membership with the Institute for Performance and Learning, and graduates are given a credit of one year towards the work experience requirement of the Certified Training and Development Professional CTDP designation. Please visit the Institute's website for more details.