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Expand Your Knowledge and Job Skills With  Continuing Education Did you know that Continuing Education was actually deemed by researches more of a  necessity   and   less   of   an   option   in   today's   workplace?   Therefore,   employees   are  encouraged to participate in continuing education courses to simply keep up with their  areas   of   expertise,   which,   in   most   professions,   are   developing   due   to   technological   advances and other such leaps. However, Continuing Education isn't just for those who  are already working in their desired position; this part­time option is also suitable for those  who are not able to attend college on a full­time basis due to other priorities. So where can you find a reliable School of Continuing Education? Look no further than  Toronto's   own  Centennial   College.   With   nearly   22,000   learners   each   year   in   160  programs   that   feature   more   than   1,200   courses   and   have   a   97   per   cent   learner  satisfaction, it is clear that Centennial College has an amazing grasp on what students  look   for   from   their   continuing   education   option.   The   school's   learner­centred   teaching  methodologies, mature environment and the understanding of the needs of adult learners  by   experienced   faculty   are   just   a   few   of   the   reasons   why   this   School   of   Continuing  Education is so successful. With the many program options at Centennial College's School of Continuing Education,  there are varying prerequisites. Also, please be advised that within certain programs there  may   be   qualification   requirements   and   costs   for   external   accreditations,   designations,  certifications or recognitions. These are set by the granting bodies and not by Centennial  College.   In   order   to   qualify   for   any   of   those   external   accreditations,   designations,  certification or recognition, students and graduates will need to follow the processes and  meet the applicable requirements listed on the websites and materials of those external  bodies. You'll be able to find more information about this when you apply online for the   Continuing Education program of your choice. Centennial College's School of Continuing Education allows you to take on your area of  interest   through   formats   such   as   part­time,   evening,   weekend,   online   and   alternative  courses. Whether you want to improve your skills, further your education or just pursue a  topic that interests you, all courses are designed to be convenient to your specific needs.  For example, you may choose to study in the school's fully equipped facilities on evenings  Address: Centennial College, P.O. Box 631, Station A, Toronto M1K 5E9, Onta r io, Canada Tel: 416-289-5000, Email: Page 1

and weekends. This will see you learning into a classroom setting, where practical hands­ on knowledge is provided through group projects, presentations and labs. If, however, this  doesn't appeal to you, you can opt for the School of Continuing Education's  Distance  Learning  feature,   which   allows   you   to   learn   online   from   your   personal   computer,  whenever is convenient for you. This type of learning is designed for a more independent   learner. However, all Continuing Education options have one thing in common: They get  you results.   Author: Jason View Source:  Centennial College – Degree Programs, Toronto Education

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Expand Your Knowledge and Job Skills With Continuing Education  

The Continuing Education feature of a college is the ideal way for workers to upgrade their skills or for busy people with other priorities...