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An adult education school in St. Catharines, Ontario that offers daytime computer training and
academic upgrading for adults, aged 19 & over, who have been out of school for at least one year.
If you wish to complete a high school diploma, pursue a personal interest, explore new career options or expand your knowledge and skills to help re-enter the work force, the Lifetime Learning
Centre can help you succeed with your lifelong learning goals. LLC provides these services to adults in a modern facility, delivered by qualified staff.
For classes, call (905) 646-3737 to arrange an interview.
For mature students and part-time high school students wishing to earn high school credits while
studying independently. Work at home on independent learning materials. $100 cash only registration fee (cheques will not be accepted). $85 will be refunded within 3-4 weeks, after all materials have been returned.
The Niagara Falls program is located at Stamford Collegiate, 5775 Drummond Rd., Niagara Falls, Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
To book an appointment at Stamford, or for more info call: (905) 687-7000
Course Enrolment: September – April (continuous intake)
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For more information on this program and opportunities for students in our co-operative education programs.
The Army Reserve Co-op is a joint program run by the District School Board of Niagara and the Canadian Armed Forces Reserve. This program allows students throughout the Niagara Region to participate in Army Reserve Training while at the same time attending classes and earning credits towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma. In addition to earning school credits, students receive up to 2 days remuneration per week for their military training.
Offers a broad variety of career paths to suit the aspirations and personalities of its members. The
Canadian Forces is made up of three environments: the Navy, the Army and the Air Force. Each environment has an equally important role to play in protecting Canadian interests at home
and abroad, and each environment has many different careers to offer. Excellent informative website - under WHO WE ARE - check out CAREER OPTIONS.
Great for connecting university majors with real-world careers. This site lists hundreds of career options and even includes reasons why certain jobs are suited for selected majors. This website is great for gaining professional insight. This is an American site, yet the general information is useful.
This site provides career, personality, employments assessments. Online assessments are rated and reviewed by Quintcareers.
A Canadian university and college guide. Search for universities and colleges in Canada by business,
engineering, computer technology, sciences, teacher education, or visual and performing arts programs. Each featured profile provides comprehensive information on bachelor degrees, diplomas or certificates. Undergraduate education search, career choice information and monthly magazine available.
An online post-secondary education resource that provides Canadians with the information and services they need to decide what and where to study and how to cover the costs. The CanLearn site was developed by the Department of Human Resources and Social Development Canada in collaboration with provincial and territorial governments and Canadian learning and career development organizations.
Info on: career planning, programs and schools, loans, grants and scholarships, budgeting etc.
The Ministry has updated Ontario Job Futures -- that's the online reference created by ministry
staff in cooperation with the federal government that provides information about job trends, and the hiring patterns for specific jobs, including information about the education or training required to be eligible for work.
In partnership with Literacy Link Niagara is pleased to announce the release of Niagara Occupational Profiles, an easy to use, web-based resource tool designed to assist career counsellors and job
seekers to create career, education, and training decisions.
This resource is available and accessible to all members of the community.
Is a comprehensive website to include, 500 job videos, (with the list of every recognized school offering
the correlating course) job profiles, free resume building with templates, relevant editorial, Campus Life, Volunteer places...and more.
Created in partnership with the Ministry of Education’s E-Learning Ontario Branch, the Business Plan Wizard is a fun and interactive online e-learning application that teaches secondary school students how to develop a business plan. The Business Plan Wizard also helps introduce entrepreneurship to
students as a career option.