Why take continuing education courses at Conestoga?
Applying to a program lets the college know you intend to complete the program as it is outlined in the program design. Choosing to apply to a program:
Programs are groups of courses that when combined lead to an academic credential or document of recognition. In order to obtain a credential and apply to graduate, program application is required.
Courses are learning experiences of varying lengths. Choose to register for an individual course on its own, or as part of a program to work towards a certification.
Workshops are short, results-driven and led by subject-matter experts in an interactive learning environment.
Classroom: Traditional instructor-led classes that requires you to attend one of our campuses.
Online: Course content is completed online with no required face-to-face interaction between students and instructors in most cases. There may be instances such as proctored exams and field placements that require you to attend an approved location.
Hybrid: A combination of classroom, online and independent study.