Program/course schedule subject to change based on enrollment
The Adult Education & Instructor Development program is designed to provide targeted learning and development opportunities to help new instructors or trainers enhance their knowledge, learn new skills, improve job performance, and reach their full potential as accomplished adult educators. The courses in the program are based on common core values that form the foundation of effective teaching practices across Canada.
The program is designed to provide new instructors with the tools to facilitate learning effectively and with confidence; to enhance professional practice; and to use technology to more effectively engage learners. The program emphasizes practical training, leadership, and motivation in dealing with adult learners.
A certificate or diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution and/or a combination of education and experience.
Graduates of this program may be eligible for credit transfer towards the Bachelor of Education Human Resources Development (B.Ed(HRD)) degree at the University of Prince Edward island (UPEI) in conjunction with the Holland College.
Register in person or by phone at 1-833-658-2577
Payment of course fees is required at time of registration. We accept cash, debit, Visa, MasterCard, Money Order or cheque payable to New Brunswick Community College (NBCC).
Participants must be at least 16-years old, unless otherwise noted.
Books are available at the bookstore, prices quoted are approximate. The same payment methods listed above are accepted. There are no refunds for textbooks or materials.
Withdrawal/Refunds: Requests for withdrawal from Continuing Education courses must be made within 20% of course duration. Refunds may take 4-6 weeks to process. An administrative fee may apply.
All prices include HST where applicable and are subject to change.
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of those treaties - peace, respect and friendship.
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