SDC next to an agency name denotes they are Service Delivery Standards Certified
The General Educational Development (GED)
The General Educational Development testing program allows adults who have not finished high school to show that they have acquired the knowledge and skills associated with, and comparable to, high school completion. Successful GED candidates earn the Ontario High School Equivalency Certificate.
The GED tests cover five subject areas: writing, reading, mathematics, social studies, and science. The GED tests are administered by the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities. The testing is 7.5 hours in duration and is administered over two days.
GED Skills Assessment Facilities
Full-time and Continuing Education Providers
Continuing education - Various employability, upgrading and skills training programs in addition to post secondary training programs and courses. Part time studies including education courses and mini certificate programs offered in both English and French.
Private Career Colleges
Disclaimer: We have endeavoured to include as many of the local private career colleges as possible in this list. Students beware! Do your research on any college of choice to ensure they are in good standing and are accredited in Ontario before you sign up for your courses. Search for Private Career Colleges at Ontario.ca