What is continuing education? Credit and non-credit courses outside traditional post-secondary offerings. Northern responds to community needs to develop courses of personal or professional interest. Categories include: general interest, computers, languages, skills and trades, health, arts, business/management and workplace/career.
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Who can take Continuing Education courses?
Adults 19 years or older. (Some exceptions may apply). Contact us for more details.
Who can teach?
Anyone with professional or vocational skills, hobbies, languages, etc. Skilled trades persons are always in demand for technical and apprenticeship courses.
When are courses offered?
Generally, there are three sessions: Fall, Winter, Spring. Courses, programs, seminars and workshops are offered throughout the year.
How will you know what courses are available?
Session course/program listings are advertised in local papers and posted to this website a few weeks before sessions begin. Courses are usually offered on a part-time basis, evenings or weekends. Some short courses, seminars, and workshops are offered during the week.
Where do you go to take Continuing Education courses?
Continuing Education courses are offered at Northern's main campuses: Haileybury/New Liskeard (Temiskaming Shores), Kirkland Lake, Porcupine (Timmins), Moosonee and surrounding communities.