With only two to three percent of internationally-trained medical doctors that immigrate to Canada receiving a licence, the Internationally Trained Medical Doctors bridging program has an 85 percent success rate in getting participants non-licenced jobs in Canada’s healthcare sector.
Open Educational Resources are not only a way to lower barriers to entry for post-secondary education, they also enrich the teaching and learning experience.
Data analytics skills are in demand for students and graduates, whether they’re looking to land their first job, a promotion, or a new role after returning to continuing education. Here are some practical tips on how to update your resumé so you can stay ahead.
For 10 years, The Chang School has been a pillar in Debbie’s pursuit of lifelong learning.
How Jina Rew was able to pursue her post-secondary education goals with Spanning the Gaps.
Lauren Baker, Instructor and Food System Consultant, explores the food system before, during, and after the pandemic and the wider implications for us all.
Meghan Daniels is juggling her full-time role as Professional Recruiter alongside completing a Certificate in Public Relations, all while planning a wedding and learning how to adapt when your co-worker is also the love of your life.
Mudassara Anwar left her life and social work career behind in Pakistan for a new life in Canada. Here’s her story of how she overcame personal and educational obstacles to start over again.
Special note: The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education recognizes the impacts on and needs of older adults during this unprecedented time. We would like to thank the frontline workers who are tirelessly and selflessly devoting themselves to residents and families in our long-term care facilities and in our communities.
Laddering programs are a great option if you want to pursue a degree but aren’t yet ready to commit to a full-time undergraduate program.