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Post secondary research

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Raine Lauzon

on 31 March 2015

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Transcript of Post secondary research

- Students applying must have their Ontario Secondary School diploma, equivalent or 19 years of age or older with a mature student status.
- Mature students must demonstrate their potential to work at the post secondary level in one of two ways:
* By successfully completing equivalency testing in English and Mathematics.
* By completing a program of academic upgrading at a level appropriate to the program of choice
- final selection is made by following an assessment of the admission requirements
Post secondary research
-The Ontario Construction Techniques program is as long as one year (32 weeks)
- Start month is: September 2015
(January 2016 still open)
Cost of program
- About $4,000 yearly including books
-OSAP is a program to help students pay for their school funds and home essentials.
- OSAP is a loan and will have to be payed back once graduated.
- The Ontario Construction techniques program is located on the Waterloo Campus
-Ontario College certificate
- Often students have earned credits from another college or university that may allow a student to be granted advanced standing or exemption
- Learn more about credit transfers at credit transfer opportunities at Conestoga.
Exit Qualifications
- Conestoga pathway enable students to build on their academic achievements in order to earn a degree or additional credentials
- pathways are formed through agreements between Conestoga programs or partner institutions.
-75% of 2012-2013 graduates found employment
Type of program/content covered
- The Ontario Construction techniques program allows students to learn a variety of specific skills in the construction field
- Students study and practice in trade-specific area's comprising plumbing, gas/welding and HVAC/electrical
- This construction program provides students with safety training (general and specific), skills development in the construction area and opportunity VIA academic upgrading to strengthen their math and communication skills
Length of program
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