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Pathways to 麻豆精品 and Workplace Success SWC


Start Date: September


Location: Summerside Waterfront Campus


Length: 1 Year


Credential: Certificate, Pathways to 麻豆精品 and Workplace Success


Program Availability: Fall 2024 Term

Canadian Applicants: Open

International Applicants with a Valid Study Permit: Open

Other International Applicants: Open


If you are not sure what you would like to study, the Pathways to 麻豆精品 and Workplace Success program will help you identify your strengths and interests. You will explore opportunities in different sectors by taking career-focused courses, going on industry visits, and participating in a workplace integrated learning placement.

The one-year certificate program was developed to address students' needs and labour force demands in three core areas: Applied Sciences, Industrial Technology and Trades, and Health Studies. You will choose three courses from a field that is of interest to you and find out more about training and education in that sector. The course options give you flexibility in your learning, so as well as meeting your needs and interests, the program leads to a work integrated learning placement where you will apply what you have learned in the real world. Up to five credits earned in the Pathway to 麻豆精品 and Workplace Success program may be transferrable to programs in the core area of your choice.

Once you have earned your Pathways to 麻豆精品 and Workplace Certificate, you will have a stronger sense of direction and will have gained insight into your own strengths and interests, which will help you identify the 麻豆精品 program that's right for you. Providing you meet all the admission requirements for your program of choice, you may be granted preferred acceptance. 

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of the Pathways to 麻豆精品 and Workplace Success program at 麻豆精品, graduates will:

  1. Apply essential employability skills needed to be successful in post-secondary education and in a career.
  2. Create a pathway for pursuing academic, personal, and career related goals.
  3. Determine interests, skills, and values to influence academic, career, and social decisions.
  4. Develop capacity for intercultural understanding, empathy, and mutual respect.
  5. Employ innovative practices to solve problems, overcome challenges, and adapt to change.
  6. Integrate numeracy, literacy, and digital technology learning required to be successful in post-secondary study and/or the labour market.
  7. Use critical thinking and problem-solving techniques to utilize academic, personal, and career related resources in research and application.
  8. Use effective and professional communication techniques. 
  9. Collaborate with others in post-secondary and workplace settings to begin to build a professional network. 
  • Grade 12 diploma at or above the general level (GED equivalent)
  • Résumé
  • Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Check:
    Before attending any work integrated learning portion of the program, a student must submit a criminal record check and a vulnerable sector check. If the check indicates that a record exists, the student may not be able to complete portions of their program that are required for graduation. Any associated costs are the responsibility of the student.

  • Don’t have the courses you need to get into this program? Upgrade, earn high school credits, or get your high school equivalency credential in Adult Ed. It’s free!

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2024/2025 Academic Year

Tuition, fees, and other costs are listed in Canadian dollars. International tuition includes the International Student Fee.

Fees are Program Based

1 Year Canadian International
Tuition $4,605 $10,605
Fees $868 $1,698
Other Costs $700 $700
Total $6,173 $12,923
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Canadian Cost Breakdown

Tuition and Other Fees 1 year
   
Tuition $4,605
Student Union $178
Health Insurance Fee $470
Fitness Centre Fee -
Graduation Fee $100
   
     Subtotal $5,473
   
1st installment due first day of classes in September  $3,598
2nd installment due first day of classes in January $1,875
   
Other Costs  
Please note: the cost of books, materials, and supplies are included here for your information only, this amount is not payable to the college. Do not include this amount in your tuition payment.  
Books $600
Materials and Supplies $100
   
     Subtotal $700
   
Grand Total $6,173

International Cost Breakdown

Tuition and Other Fees 1 year
   
Tuition $10,605
Student Union $178
Health Insurance Fee $1,220
Fitness Centre Fee -
Graduation Fee $100
   
     Subtotal $12,223
   
1st installment due first day of classes in September  $10,348
2nd installment due first day of classes in January $1,875
   
Other Costs  
Please note: the cost of books, materials, and supplies are included here for your information only, this amount is not payable to the college. Do not include this amount in your tuition payment.  
Books $600
Materials and Supplies $100
   
     Subtotal $700
   
Grand Total 12,923
By the time you graduate, you'll be able to make an informed decision about which program you would like to take to pursue your career goals.