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Distance Learning: A Mental Checklist

Posted by Jason White on Friday, October 31, 2014, In : College Education 
Learning is a lifelong journey, and even if you've already completed your schooling, you may seek to continue your education. Maybe you need a refresher, or an upgrade, or maybe you just want to get a hobby. But it's a busy world, and the older you get, the less time you have to sit in a classroom. A course in distance learning can be a wonderful way to enhance and complete your post-secondary education, while still leaving time to give the rest of your life the attention it deserves.

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Why it's never to late to go back to School

Posted by Jason White on Wednesday, October 8, 2014, In : College Education 

The public perception of a person's path through Toronto education has for the longest time been "one then done," with every student following the same basic route: High school, post-secondary, and then onto the workforce, without a glance back. The idea of continuing education, or further education later in life carries certain stigmas around it which should be dispelled. There are many benefits to pursuing education further down the road. It can enhance your life, it can forward your career...


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Toronto Education Caters To Learners From All Walks of Life

Posted by Jason White on Monday, August 18, 2014, In : College Education 

Did you know that mature student status may be granted to applicants who are over 19 years old and do not have a high school diploma or GED? It is intended to allow applicants who have not completed high school the opportunity to be considered for admission, based on the skills and experience they have acquired since leaving school. Mature students are still required to complete course prerequisites. Exact requirements may vary from college to college. Many mature students opt for Continuing ...


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The School of Continuing Education Understands That Teaching Adults Involves a Unique Approach

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, August 12, 2014, In : College Education 

Forget everything you thought you knew about being an adult learner. Centennial College, the first community college established in the province of Ontario, is changing the way part-time learners study by offering distinct options that will allow anyone to obtain an education.

Your experience in the School of Continuing Education begins with a choice that is entirely based on your career goals, your schedule and your personal preferences. If, for example, you have taken a few years off after...


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Continuing Education Takes Needs of Mature Learners into Consideration

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, July 29, 2014, In : College Education 

Entering post-secondary as an adult who has taken time off from his or her education can be intimidating. You may be wondering if you'll be able to handle a full-time workload, if you'll get along with younger students and if the instructors will understand your needs as an adult learner. But there is an option you may not have considered.

Continuing Education is geared towards a range of learners who may be coming to college for the first time since graduating high school and taking time of...


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Distance Learning Popular with Wide Range of Students

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, July 22, 2014, In : College Education 

While learning from a distance isn't exactly a new one, it is becoming increasingly popular. The reasons for this popularity are many.

Firstly, let's look at what exactly this learning option consists of. Distance Learning involves students applying to programs that they don't actually attend campus to complete but instead complete in the comfort of their own home. At Centennial College, for example, this is made possible through two options: online classes or print-based correspondence.

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Distance Learning Allows You Flexibility in Obtaining Education

Posted by Jason White on Thursday, July 10, 2014, In : College Education 

At first glance, deciding to attend a School of Continuing Education through online classes or through print-based correspondence may seem as though it will put you at a disadvantage. You don't have the traditional classroom environment, which allows for projects and such, nor do you physically attend campus to learn. However, this option actually comes with its own distinct set of benefits.

Distance Learning is a popular option for those who have a host of responsibilities that may prevent ...


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Convenience is the Key to Continuing Education

Posted by Jason White on Monday, July 7, 2014, In : College Education 

Within each post-secondary institution, there are various "schools" of study that cater to students' career goals. For example Centennial College offers its students eight such schools and each contains a specific focus. An especially unique school of study at this institution is the School of Continuing Education, which is geared towards students who wish to attend school on a part-time basis. This is appealing, as students with a host of responsibilities don't have to sacrifice giving up an...


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Continuing Education Offers Three Options for Three Types of Learners

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, June 24, 2014, In : College Education 

Post-secondary education isn't meant to be limiting. While for many the thought of attending school evokes being chained to a desk five times a week and having to give up full-time jobs or other responsibilities, this just isn't the case. In today's day and age there are various options that will allow you to obtain a respected post-secondary credential that employers recognize and that will give you the skills you need to be not only employable but also in demand.

One of the most popular opt...


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Distance Learning Offers Very Unique Benefits to Students

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, In : College Education 

For students who wish to obtain a post-secondary education without physically attending class, there is only one option. While this option does require students to study independently, it doesn't leave them totally deserted and comes with a wide range of benefits.

Known as Distance Learning, this learning method involves broadcast lectures or classes conducted by correspondence or over the Internet, without the student's needing to attend a school or college. One school that offers this optio...


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Community College Offers Students Support From Day One

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, In : College Education 

For students who wish to obtain a post-secondary education without physically attending class, there is only one option. While this option does require students to study independently, it doesn't leave them totally deserted and comes with a wide range of benefits.

Known as Distance Learning, this learning method involves broadcast lectures or classes conducted by correspondence or over the Internet, without the student's needing to attend a school or college. One school that offers this optio...


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College Courses Prepare You For An Array of Options

Posted by Jason White on Thursday, May 29, 2014, In : College Education 

Attending college allows you to enjoy a form of learning that doesn’t limit you in your options. There is no rule that says you must enter the workforce right after you graduate if, for example, you want to pursue further education. On the other hand, if you want to get into the field quicker than you first anticipated, certain college programs may offer you that option.

As such, it is safe to say that college courses prepare students for various options that make the learning experience mo...


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School of Continuing Education Covers Wide Range of Areas

Posted by Jason White on Thursday, May 29, 2014, In : College Education 

Deciding to go back to school is an easy decision for some. They know exactly what program they wish to attend, they can clearly envision their career and they have already decided what delivery format is best suited for them. However, other students may find the decision to continue their education quite intimidating. It doesn't have to be.

At Centennial College, students can pursue a Toronto education that is tailored exactly to their needs thanks to the School of Continuing Education (CE) ...


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Colleges in Toronto Give Students Rare Cultural and Educational Experience

Posted by Jason White on Monday, May 26, 2014, In : College Education 

Attending college is an exciting experience but it's made even more so for students who choose a Toronto-based post-secondary education. That's because this exciting city offers not only an educational experience but also a cultural one. Toronto is the most populous city in Canada, with 2.6 million residents in total. As such, students may meet and network with a wide range of professionals for all walks of life. Additionally, their education is supplemented by cultural events in the city. Fo...


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Centennial College Takes the Fear Out of Continuing Education

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, May 20, 2014, In : College Education 

Going back to school can be as intimidating as going to school for the first time. Whether you are a professional who is returning to post-secondary education to upgrade your skills to move up in your industry or perhaps open your own business or you graduated from high school some time ago and are now deciding to go back to school to launch a new career, Centennial College has many features that take into consideration the mature learner.

Partaking in Continuing Education in Toronto can be a...


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Distance Learning is a Convenient Way to Obtain a College Education

Posted by Jason White on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : College Education 

Not being able to make it into a classroom because of your hectic schedule should not prevent you from obtaining a post-secondary education and launching the career of your dreams. Increasingly, post-secondary institutions are becoming aware that not all learners can make the time or have the money to travel to learn on-campus. With this awareness, they are offering an array of options that don't require students to physically attend any classes.

Distance Learning, as it is known, is actually...


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Continuing Education Has Something for Everyone Including Novices and Professionals

Posted by Jason White on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, In : College Education 

We often hear people say, "It's never too late to go back to school." And the statement is actually quite accurate. That's because, increasingly, post-secondary institutions are including options that cater to mature students who are seeking either to advance their career, change careers all together or gain an education that will allow them to transition from having a job to a fulfilling career.

Known as Continuing Education, this option has actually been around for sometime. What has evolve...


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Get Promoted, Finish Your DIY Project, and have Fun with Part Time Classes

Posted by Jason White on Thursday, March 6, 2014, In : College Education 

You went to college and started your career. However, you feel that there is something missing. Perhaps, you need to start a hobby, have a desire to start your own business, or take a course to advance your personal learning. Maybe the promotion that you didn’t get is bothering you and you want to have the skills to prepare to advance in your career. If you can relate to these examples, then a part-time class might be the solution.

Centennial College continuously offers new and exciting cou...


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Benefits of Taking Part-Time Studies

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, February 18, 2014, In : College Education 

High school graduates, mature students, career professionals, career-changers, and full-time parents may have many differences, including their priorities, but they have one thing in common: their ability to undertake college with their other commitments. Whether you are looking for advancement in your field or a new one, or you want to try a program by taking a few courses, engaging in part-time studies is for you. Here are the reasons how part-time education can benefit you:

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College Strongly infuses Practical Learning in its Program Offerings

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, In : College Education 

You may be familiar with Centennial College as one of the biggest college in Ontario, offering diverse programs and courses in its campuses in Toronto. Its reputation lies in its collaborative and inclusive environment, inviting students of all backgrounds to have an opportunity to learn and earn a higher education. Its diverse course offerings not only vary by disciplines, but by methods of delivery to accommodate students' needs. The college has a strong foundation in applied learning, wher...


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Continuous Learning made Possible with Flexible Education Options

Posted by Jason White on Tuesday, January 7, 2014, In : College Education 

Continuous learning is one of the nine essential skills acknowledged by the Government of Canada, which is an important for any job. Professionals and workers everywhere need an upgrade of their knowledge and skills, in order to stay up-to-date with industry trends and possibly, to gain promotions. Most of all, all individuals can expand their abilities through continuous learning and become a valuable employee, desirable job applicant, and highly relevant professional. This can be achieved t...


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Toronto college offers programs as diverse as its host the city

Posted by Jason White on Wednesday, January 1, 2014, In : College Education 

If you can think of a few words to describe Toronto, they would likely include diversity, multiculturalism, and Canada’s largest city. This unique city also includes a college with the same distinction: Centennial College. With over 100 cultural groups present on campus and 80 different languages spoken by students, Centennial built a reputation as one of the world’s most diverse college. Its demographics compare to its program offerings, which caters to the needs of the students. It has ...


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