York College has over 2, students over 19 years of age who are studying a wide range of programmes from the Access to Higher Education Diplomas to short courses in art, teacher training, business and even health and safety. We even have adults on apprenticeship programmes and provide bespoke training for employers as well. We have a wide variety of courses across a range of subject areas.
Textbooks: All students are responsible for obtaining the course textbook. Books will be sold during the second week of class. D Badge is required.
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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As part of its Adult Education and Literacy contract with the Gulf Coast Workforce Development Board, Houston Community College is required to offer workplace literacy, workforce literacy and other career pathway programs for adult learners. The curriculum for Workplace Literacy projects is customized and based on authentic print and other media that are used by workers for their day-to-day health, safety and environmental work activities. Instructors use authentic media to teach Reading, Writing, Math and Language skills to workers and simultaneously reinforce the acquisition content of the materials. Workplace literacy is a fee-based service with employers, employees and the college in combination, supporting necessary project costs.
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