Conestoga's School of Workforce Development, Continuing Education & Online Learning is proud to work with industry to meet the needs of the local region and beyond. We offer a full range of courses as well as part-time and full-time programming including academic upgrading for college, part-time programs in areas such as health, community, IT, trades, business and full-time certificates, and graduate certificates. Courses and programs offered include online, hybrid and traditional classroom delivery. With almost 55 per cent of the local adult population having participated in Conestoga's education and training opportunities, our school is dedicated to meeting the needs of the workforce to allow students to reach their career goals.
Many of our programs incorporate applied learning, case studies and capstone projects. Applied learning allows the students to translate classroom knowledge to real-world situations and develop a deeper understanding of course materials. These real-world skills are valued by potential employers and open doors to exciting career opportunities.
At Conestoga, you will learn from faculty members with strong academic backgrounds and extensive practical industry experience. Our leading-edge learning facilities and focus on active learning will provide you with a hands-on education that will build your technical skills, engage your critical thinking and help you develop the ability to solve problems.
Courses and programs are delivered at a number of campuses including Kitchener, Cambridge, Waterloo, Guelph, Stratford, Brantford, and Milton. Courses and programs are offered to meet the specific needs of each community.
We encourage you to contact Conestoga's School of Workforce Development, Continuing Education & Online Learning to learn more about our courses and programs that will help you achieve your personal or professional goals.
Please explore the many full-time, part-time and online courses and programs we offer.
We look forward to welcoming you on campus, or to one our virtual environments, soon.
Sandra Schelling, Executive Dean
School of Workforce Development, Continuing Education & Online Learning
Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning