Toronto Access Centre

Collège Boréal’s access centres offer a wide variety of post-secondary training options, immigration and integration services, as well as employment services, in French.

Services:

You didn’t graduate from high school? No problem!

Collège Boréal is here for you and can help you get your high school equivalency… FREE of charge!

Are you looking

  • for a better job?
  • to go back to school?
  • to work in a field that you are passionate about?

We offer:

  • personalized training programs
  • part-time or full-time hours, flexible schedules, day or evening classes
  • individual in-class support
  • the possibility of financial assistance to cover travel expenses and child care costs

Register for the ACE program and get started as early as today.

The ACE certificate prepares you for college, an apprenticeship ou employment and is considered the equivalent of grade 12 for admission purposes.

For more information, contact the centre near you.

  • Barrie: 705-737-9088
  • Hamilton: 905-544-9824
  • London: 519-451-5194
  • Toronto: 416-962-1908
  • Windsor: 519-948-6019
  • Additional Information

This program is funded by the Government of Ontario.

Apprenticeship programs are appropriate for anyone who wishes to improve his or her professional qualifications profile and who is sponsored by an employer or can find an employer that is willing to provide sponsorship.

Most of the training (80 to 90%) is provided in a workplace where the apprentice has the opportunity to master skills related to his or her trade under the supervision of qualified personnel. The theoretical component of the training is generally provided by a community college in classrooms or through distance education.

A potential employer must contact a counselor in a MTCU apprenticeship office to register an apprentice. To obtain a list of counselors in your region, please visit http://www.findhelp.ca/mtcu/appoff_fr.html, and to obtain general information, please refer to the Ministry website at www.edu.gov.on.ca.

How to register:

For further information or for help with registration, please contact the Admissions Office and Registrar at 1.800.361.6673, ext.  3003, and ask to speak to an admissions officer or send an email at apprentissage@collegeboreal.ca.

You may also visit Collège Boréal’s Continuing Education website.

Corporate Training – A Guide to Part-Time Studies

Do you need to upgrade your professional training?

Does your organization or employer want to train staff in order to improve performance?

Collège Boréal has want you need!

The professional success of an organization or a business is directly related to the professional training of its staff, volunteers, and participants.

Collège Boréal can:

  • Evaluate your training needs
  • Adapt a training program based on your needs
  • Offer effective delivery mechanisms
  • Lead training sessions at your workplace or in our classrooms
  • Offer assistance to help you reach your training goals

Training based on results:

  • Improving performance
  • Improving language abilities
  • Acquiring new knowledge

Our programs include:

  • Growing in French
  • French as a Second Language Program (F2LP) for Public Servants
  • French in the Workplace
  • French as a Second Language for Health Professionals
  • Certificate in French as a Second Language
  • “Excellence” Customer Service
  • Phone Formalities
  • WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System)

For individual or group training, please contact:

Daniel Arbour, Post-secondary and Continuing Education Manager

  • Tel.: 519-948-6019
  • 1-800-361-6673, ext. 7617
  • Email: daniel.arbour@collegeboreal.ca

*Collège Boréal reserves the right to modify its programs, courses, services and policies without notice and to suspend or cancel any program or course due to insufficient registration.

Collège Boréal offers a wide choice of programs and distance courses, using various delivery methods.

Online Courses

These courses are entirely given on the Internet. Once a student is officially registered, he receives an internet link to access his courses.

Self-directed Courses

In these courses, the student learns independently, without pedagogical support.

Videoconference Courses

This type of course is offered to students in remote locations, allowing them to follow courses that would otherwise not be available in their region.

Contact North

Contact North is an education and distance training network that offers services throughout Ontario. Courses are given in real time allowing students and teachers to communicate by audioconference, video conference, and Internet exchanges. Students attend the courses by either going to an Access Centre in the community or by using a home computer.

To see the complete list of programs and courses offered, visit Collège Boréal’s Continuing Education website.

Contact us:

  • Sudbury
    1.800.361.6673 or 705.560.6673
    21 Lasalle Boulevard, Sudbury, ON P3A 6B1
    fc@collegeboreal.ca
  • Barrie
    705.737.9088
    136 Bayfield Street, Office 100-110, Barrie, ON L4M 3B1
    fcbarrie@collegeboreal.ca
  • Hamilton
    905.544.9824
    120 King Street West, Plaza Level, Hamilton, ON L8P 4V2
    fchamilton@collegeboreal.ca
  • Hearst
    705.362.6673
    64 9th Street, Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
    fchearst@collegeboreal.ca
  • Kapuskasing
    705.337.6673
    3 Aurora Avenue, Kapuskasing, ON P5N 1J6
    fckapuskasing@collegeboreal.ca
  • London
    519.451.5194
    Galleria Mall – 355 Wellington Street, Suite 279, London, ON N6A 3N7
    fclondon@collegeboreal.ca
  • Nipissing
    705.753.5420
    96 Main Street, Sturgeon Falls, ON P2B 1N3
    fcnipissing@collegeboreal.ca
  • Témiskaming
    705.647.4421
    280 Armstrong Street, New Liskeard, ON P0J 1P0
    fctemiskaming@collegeboreal.ca
  • Timmins
    705.267.5850
    395 Thériault Boulevard, Timmins, ON P4N 0A7
    fctimmins@collegeboreal.ca
  • Toronto
    416.289.5130
    1 Yonge Street, Suite 300, Toronto, ON M5E 1E5
    fctoronto@collegeboreal.ca
  • Windsor
    519.948.6019
    7515 Forest Glade Drive, Windsor ON N8T 3P5
    fcwindsor@collegeboreal.ca

This program consisting of ten courses provides solid theoretical and practical training in French as a second language which allows the student to acquire the interaction skills necessary for their professional development. Our approach is based on communicative and experiential teaching and learning methods which rely on and can directly be applied to the realities of everyday life.

This program is designed to meet the needs of beginners as well as the advanced students. Courses are delivered according to specific learning outcomes for each training level, ensuring a continuous learning process while focusing on participants’ communication needs, learning styles, past knowledge, interests and abilities. Throughout the program, students will learn the grammatical structures as well as the vocabulary required for their professional and personal activities. They will also be introduced to French culture and francophone communities. After successful completion of the program, students will be able to communicate effectively in both oral and written French.

For more information or to enrol, visit Collège Boréal Continuing Education website.

Collège Boréal offers a wide variety of general interest courses, including health and security courses, across Ontario.

To see the full list of available courses and detailed descriptions, visit Collège Boréal’s Continuing Education website.

Delivery Method

  • Online (Internet)
  • Videoconference
  • Face-to-face (in the classroom)
  • Contact North (mixed method)

Internal Admission

If you intend to enroll in a part-time program in order to obtain a certificate or a diploma, you must apply for internal admission with the Office of Admissions and Registrar.

Admission Requirements

The admission requirements for each program vary.

Credentials

Part-time studies leading to one of the following credentials must be completed within five (5) years:

  • Ontario College Graduate Certificate (OCGC)
  • Ontario College Diploma (OCD)
  • Ontario College Certificate (OCC)
  • Collège Boréal Certificate (CBC)
  • Collège Boréal Certificate of Achievement (CBCA)

Seniors

Persons aged 60 or over who wish to enroll in a course are eligible for reduced tuition. Only the basic tuition is reduced. Ancillary fees and the cost of study materials are the same as for other students. These reduced fees does not apply to all courses ask for more details.

Cancellation of a Course by the College

When the start date of a course is changed or if a course is cancelled, the College will communicate with you using the contact information listed in your file.

Holidays

The College is closed on these days:

  • September – Labour Day
  • October – Thanksgiving
  • December 25 to January 1 – Christmas Holidays
  • February – Family Day
  • March/April – Good Friday
  • May – Victoria Day
  • July – Canada Day
  • August – Civic Holiday

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees and ancillary fees are due at registration.

Note: Educational supplies fees for all courses are not refundable. Course material costs are not included in the tuition fees.

Refund Policy

Course related to a postsecondary program
A complete refund is provided if the course is cancelled by the College. A partial refund (minus an administration fee of $10) is provided up to 10 days after the course’s start date.

Non-credited courses

For code EDP courses:

  • A complete refund is provided if the course is cancelled by the College;
  • Unless otherwise indicated, a course that is less than 23 hours (no reductions for seniors) , a complete refund is provided in the five working days before the start date of the course;
  • A partial refund (the cost of the course minus administration fees of $10) is provided up to 10 days after the course’s start date.

For code EDA courses:

  • Unless otherwise indicated, a complete refund is provided in the five working days before the start date of the course, except for motorcycle courses with the code EDA1041 or EDA1319 (no reductions for seniors).

Withdrawals

Persons wishing to withdraw from a course must contact the Collège Boréal campus where the course is offered. Non-attendance does not constitute a notice of withdrawal.

Who to Contact

For further information or for help with registration, please contact the Office of Admissions and Registrar at 1.800.361.6673 and ask to speak to an admissions officer or send an email at FC@collegeboreal.ca.

You’re interested in a career as a truck driver and heavy equipment operator? Collège Boréal offers a variety of training programs to meet your professional needs.

  • TRANSPORTATION – AZ Truck Driver Training Program
  • TRANSPORTATION – DZ Truck Driver Training Program
  • TRANSPORTATION – AZ/ DZ Upgrading Training Program
  • TRANSPORTATION – Construction Training Program
  • HEAVY EQUIPMENT – Operator Training Program
  • HEAVY EQUIPMENT – Operator Training Program On Demand

To see the full list of available courses and detailed descriptions, visit Collège Boréal’s Continuing Education website.

Contact details

  • 1 Yonge Street, 3rd floor, Toronto (Ontario) M5E 1E5
  • 416-289-5130