Education and Employment Access Certificate
Education, Health & Human Development, School of Access and Academic Preparation
If you're a student living with a learning disability or a social, physical or mental health challenge we can help you transition from high school to post-secondary education or meaningful employment.
This certificate program helps students learn skills to succeed in their future education and/or vocational goals.
Students will finish with a personal portfolio, educational and employment-related certifications, strategies for success in first year courses, and current work experience in a sector related to their vocational interests.
Through assessment, classroom work and individualized support, students explore career and education options, set goals and create a specific plan to achieve them.
Tuition and Fees Per Year
Program Requirements and Outlines
|EEA 001||Assessment||3.00 credits|
|EEA 002||Portfolio||3.00 credits|
|EEA 003||Employability Skills||4.50 credits|
|EEA 004||Practical Communication Skills||3.00 credits|
|EEA 005||Work Experience Practicum||6.00 credits|
|EEA 006||Transition Skills||3.00 credits|
|EEA 007||Foundations for Success||3.00 credits|
|Required Courses Credits Required||25.50|
Application & Document Deadline
Course Registration & Waitlisting
Fee Payment Deadline
NOTE: Dates are subject to change.
Have questions about this program? Get in touch with an admissions advisor.