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College and university preparation

College preparation

Academic Upgrading – Academic and Career Entrance (A.C.E.) Grade 12 equivalency Certificate 

 Are you:

  • Looking to obtain your ACE certificate?
  • Missing courses required to enter a college program?
  • Trying to upgrade basic or workplace level credits?
  • Wanting to update your academic skills?

Programs of study include:

  • Communications (English)
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Skills

Benefits:

  • Obtain your ACE certificate which can be used to help you obtain employment and/or qualify for apprenticeship.
  • Qualify for an offer of admission to a college program.
  • Qualify to receive scholarship and/or bursary awards to assist with the tuition fees for a post-secondary Durham College program.

Academic upgrading is:

  • Continuous – start dates available every week
  • Flexible – day or evening schedules
  • Personalized to meet your needs
  • Self-paced

Campus locations:

Oshawa Campus
2000 Simcoe St. North
Oshawa, Ontario L1H 7K4
Canada 

 

 

   

Online Courses

To learn more about online ACE courses visit Online education – Academic and Career Entrance Program (ACE)

Here’s how to get started:

Interested students are invited to attend an Academic Assessment session in math and/or English as a starting point. Writing the assessment provides us the opportunity to determine your skills and knowledge in these subject areas and helps us to create a personalized education plan to help you reach your goals. How much formal education you have completed doesn’t matter. In fact, the assessment is a great opportunity to reflect all types of learning from life experiences, work experiences, as well as formal education.

Where:

Please note we are making changes to our assessment process. For further information please call 905.721.2121.

Parking:

Founders 3, located at the north end of the campus by the hydro tower. Please be advised that paid parking is in effect, the current rate is $10 per day.

How can I prepare for the assessment?

Remember, the assessment is not a pass or fail experience; it simply shows the skills you have gained or lost since you have been away from school.

Math – a review of the following subjects may be helpful: decimals, fractions, metric, order of operations, ratio and proportion, percents, geometry, algebra, and trigonometry. Some useful web sites you may wish to visit include:

http://www.math.com
http://www.webmath.com
http://www.sosmath.com

English – a review of reading and comprehension and writing skills may be helpful. Some useful web sites you may wish to visit include:

http://www.ucalgary.ca/UofC/eduweb/grammar
http://lklivingston.tripod.com/essay
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar

FAQ’s:

Q: What courses can I take?

A: Courses include math, English, computer skills, and self-management.

If you have additional questions please call us at
T: 905.721.3131
Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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