Certificate A certificate is granted by an approved college after the completion of a 1 year (2 semesters) program Must be approved by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) Usually certificates are in addition to a diploma E.g. insurance, law clerks, maintenance, medical, payroll management, property management, aesthetics
What is a College Diploma? Granted by the MTCU after 2 years (4 semesters) of study Advanced Diplomas are a three year program at a college
What is an Applied Degree? Usually through a college Types:Bachelor of Applied Arts, Bachelor of Applied Business and Bachelor of Applied Technology E.g Fields of study are: Early Childhood Leadership, Construction Science, Hospitality Operations, Financial Services, Nursing “Must have college admission standards” “Not duplicate a university program” (no research emphasis) “Standards same as universities – more breadth, depth of learning, strong outcome standards” (greater rigour than diploma) Taken from http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/document/discussi/degree/degree-consult.html
What is a Degree? Four, five or six year academic programs conferred by a university after a course of study. Emphasis is on theory and research Most common are Bachelor, Honours Bachelor and Master degree E.g. Arts, Fine Arts, Business, Science
For more info go to www.oyap.ca APPRENTICESHIPS C onstruction Industrial Service Motive (Transportation)
Approximately 200 opportunities Apprenticeships are agreements between an employer and employee wanting to learn a skill A person can receive either a journeyperson certification or a certificate of qualification, 80% of the training is in the workplace; the rest is at a training institution. Certification can take from 2-5 years to become a certified journeyperson.
OSAP Ontario student assistance program Interest Free Books, supplies, equipment Repayment is interest free for 6 months upon graduation Scholarships, grants, bursaries are also availabl e 30% off Ontario Tuition Student has been less than 4 years out of high school Parent gross income is less than $160, 000 Ontario students entering post-secondary after high school