Can't get into college because you don't have your high school diploma? Is it hard to find a job because you need your Grade 12?
Confederation College's Academic & Career Entrance (ACE) program can help. This certificate is the same as an Ontario Grade 12 diploma to apply for college and some universities (including Lakehead University), as well as certain apprenticeship programs. Many employers also accept the ACE Certificate in place of a high school diploma, so you can apply for jobs that ask for Grade 12. Courses include ACE Math, ACE Communications and a choice of two others including physics, chemistry, computers, and biology to give you a well-rounded education.
Upgrade your skills, find a better job, apply for college? what will you do with your ACE Certificate?
Learn in an adult atmosphere
Learn at your own pace - schedule school around your busy life
Courses available all year during days, evenings, and online through Distance Learning FREE! - costs are 100% funded by the Ministry of Advanced Education & Development - Employment Ontario
Subsidies are also available for transportation, childcare & other barriers to education
To earn the ACE Certificate, you are required to complete the following courses.
UE 601: ACE Communications UM 602: ACE Core Mathematics
Any two additional ACE courses listed below
UM 600: ACE Business Mathematics UM 601: ACE Technical Mathematics UE 600: ACE Academic Communications UW 600: ACE Self-Management/Self Direction UW 601: ACE Computers UC 600: ACE Chemistry UB 600: ACE Biology UP 600: ACE Physics
ACE courses are available either on campus or through distance delivery. Students choosing distance delivery will require computer internet access.
The ACE program operates year round and has a continuous intake (students can start anytime).
Each student will be assessed to establish the level of mathematics, communications and/or science for placement in the appropriate courses and to help determine the student's individualized training plan.
Upon successful completion, you will be eligible to pursue direct employment, postsecondary education, or apprenticeship training.
Note: Check with the institution regarding start/ end dates, prices, and delivery method. These may vary according to the program, section, and/or semester.