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Take courses to improve your reading, writing and math skills, your English or French or to get your high school diploma. Adult learning programs are for Ontario residents ranging from 19 years old through to seniors of any age. For adults who want to earn high school credits towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma OSSD or need academic credits to enter postsecondary education or apprenticeship training.
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September is almost here and it's time to go back to school - for everyone. In addition to offering certificates and diplomasThe Toronto District School Board also offers a host of more lighthearted classes for adults. They're generally gloriously cheap, a good way to meet people, and potentially so oddball that they'll make you the star of the next party you're at.
Our first day of classes is tomorrow! We hope everyone has had a safe and enjoyable summer! Please make sure you come prepared with the required documents: 1 Proof of status in Canada 2 Proof of address in Canada.
Loading Please Wait. It was originally Parkway Vocational School, which was built in and the chief architect was F. Construction of the new school was undertaken as part of the general program to improve technical and vocational schools in Toronto.
I will be taking the public transportation starting from the Shepard Yonge Station. The route to the Centre is quite simple and involves a trip down the Yonge subway line to Bloor, a short trip east on the Bloor subway to Broadview Station, and about a five-minute walk from the station to the school. Switch to an eastbound train on the Bloor-Danforth subway line and travel to Broadview Station it's only three stops from Bloor.
This list shows training programs to help prepare for employment, self-employment or career advancement. Please speak to your caseworker about program prerequisites and availability. All programs require caseworker referral. Ability Learning Network This week program assists participants who are distant from the labour market explore career options, build essential skills, and create and implement a plan to achieve their work and learning goals.