Part-time studies (Continuing Education)
Part-time evening, weekend and online courses through Continuing Education attract more than 30,000 enrolments each year from individuals across the communities we serve. Nearly half of the local adult population has utilized Conestoga's education and training services.
Convenient, flexible scheduling suits the lifestyle of many individuals, making achieving your educational goals and advancing your career possible.
To view our part-time programs and courses, visit Continuing Education.
The Corporate Training division of Conestoga College offers expertise to develop and deliver relevant industry workshops and custom training to meet your organization's professional development needs. We understand key business issues and can provide training solutions.
You can train one employee through our affordable public workshops or an entire organization through custom training. Certification and accreditation can be built into custom courses and programs. We offer flexible delivery options to fit your needs including classroom, online or blended learning.
For workshops and custom training, visit Corporate Training.
Academic Upgrading is a tuition-free program that prepares nearly 1000 students for meeting the admission requirements for their post-secondary education, meeting employment training needs or for apprenticeship training. Academic Upgrading is free of cost and offers a flexible learning schedule in a supportive environment.
To learn more, visit Academic Upgrading.
Essential skills training
Essential skills are the keys to success for work, learning and life. These include; reading, document use, numeracy, writing, oral communication, continuous learning, thinking skills and computer use. Get training in the essential skills your employees need to succeed in your workplace.
Canada-Ontario Job Grant
The Canada-Ontario Job Grant is an employer-driven initiative that provides small, medium and large-sized businesses with the opportunity to deliver training at one-third of the total cost. Receive up to $10,000 in government support per person per training through the Canada-Ontario Job Grant.