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What's New This Fall in Continuing Education?

Haileybury Campus

  • First Aid & CPR (Three-year Certification)
  • One Stop Courses
  • Computer Training

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Kirkland Lake Campus

  • First Aid & CPR (Three-year Certification)
  • Project Management Certificate Program
  • M-1 Motorcycle Training
  • Yoga with Frankie
  • Intermediate French (French as a Second Language)

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Timmins Campus

  • AutoCAD 2014
  • Conversational Spanish
  • Creative Welding
  • Introduction to Photography
  • Stained Glass
  • Pottery Course - Come and get your hands dirty!

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Moosonee Campus

No courses are available at this time - contact Moosonee Campus for more information.

About 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. Adults 19 years or older can take continuing education (some exceptions may apply). Anyone with professional or vocational skills, hobbies, and/or languages can teach continuing education courses. Skilled trades persons are always in demand for technical and apprenticeship courses. Typically, courses are offered during the fall, winter and sprint. 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. Continuing Education courses are offered at Northern's main campuses: Haileybury/New Liskeard (Temiskaming Shores), Kirkland Lake, Timmins, Moosonee and surrounding communities.