Although you may have your secondary school courses and diploma needed to qualify for entry into the college, these skills were often acquired decades ago. Clients are frequently and justifiably concerned about their ability to apply/demonstrate those skills when needed in a college classroom. A simple Canadian Achievent Survey Test for Adults (CAST) can identify areas where review is needed and we can propose a short remedial/review program targeted to the specific areas of identified need and/or upcoming postsecondary program requirements.
Common Review Areas include: Basic Math, Writing, Grammar and other courses as required for a specific postsecondary program of enrolment. Not all senior level OSSD credits are supported.
Computer Literacy Preparation for the College Classroom can also be addressed at this time. Courses often include Windows, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, etc…