Classes Begin September 15
As young students across the GTA head back to class, approximately 30,000 people across Toronto are registering for general interest programs that offer a wide range of exciting learning opportunities.
This year, nearly 1,000 courses will be offered in 40 locations in neighborhoods throughout the city. The Toronto District School Board’s Continuing Education classes are helping individuals upgrade and learn new skills and are encouraging people to become more active through sports and fitness classes.
Other course offerings include skills development courses such as computers, accounting, auto mechanics and languages as well as hobby and interest courses such art, photography and pottery, ballroom dancing and yoga.
Register online at www.Learn4Life.ca or by calling 416-338-4111.
- This year marks the 155th anniversary of adult education offered by the Toronto District School Board.
- Classes are offered mostly in the evening in four sessions: fall, winter spring and summer.
- Classes begin on September 15, 2012.
- A copy of the fall course guide can be found here.
“TDSB general interest courses offer our adult students the opportunity to relax after a busy day, get fit, create a work of art, or learn a new skill or language. It's a great way to have fun and meet new people.”
Chris Bolton, Chair, TDSB
“The TDSB is committed to providing educational opportunities to students of all ages. Providing lifelong learning opportunities has been a proud tradition of our Board for more than 150 years.”
Chris Spence, Director of Education, TDSB
“Our message to adults living in the city is “School’s Open...Come on in.”
Karen Falconer, System Superintendent of Continuing Education, TDSB