Remember, the assessment is not a pass or fail experience; it simply shows the skills you have gained or lost since you have been away from school.
Math – a review of the following subjects may be helpful: decimals, fractions, metric, order of operations, ratio and proportion, per cents, geometry, algebra, and trigonometry. Some useful web sites you may wish to visit include:
English – a review of reading and comprehension and writing skills may be helpful. Some useful web sites you may wish to visit include:
When your results have been calculated, you will be contacted. This process typically takes one week. If you have not received your results after one week, please contact our office at 905.721.3131.
Start dates vary throughout the semester.
- Foundations – Math
- Foundations – Communications
- College Preparation – Math
- College Preparation – Communications
Courses availability may change form time to time.
Tuition assistance is covered through the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development Employment Ontario initiative. In addition, travel and child care funding is available to those who qualify.
Courses vary in length from seven to fifteen weeks.
Students in the Academic Upgrading program can achieve Grade 12 equivalency. In most cases, this will fulfill the requirements for entrance into a college program, apprenticeship, or employment.
You can take only those courses you need to reach your goals.
If you have additional questions please call us at:
Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.