Educational providers are constantly developing new courses to help us stay up to date. Some college and university websites have a What’s New program and course listing which is very helpful. Others you would have to scan to see what fits your needs or call the program department and ask them what is new.
George Brown College
Click on Continuing Education, then click on More Browsing Options. then Click on New Course and Programs.
There are multiple listings here but what caught my eye given our increasing concerns about cyber security were:
Under Security Enforcement programs
Cybersecurity Incident Response and Recovery
IT Infrastructure Fundamentals
Social Media Intelligence and Investigations
Under Property Management
Human Relations for Property Managers
Ryerson Continuing Education
If you click on programs and courses, then on What’s New for 2019-2020 you find:
New Programs Certificates:
Economics: Theory and Applications
Energy Management and Conservation
Financial Mathematics Modeling and Predictive Analytics
EarlyON Child and Family Centres
Inclusive Media: Real time Closed Captioning and Audio Description
Leadership in Accessibility and Inclusion
Workplace Mental Health in Healthcare Settings.
York University School of
On their home page banner there is a What’s New tab which lists:
Certificate in Cloud Computing Strategy
Certificate in User Experience (UX) Design.
Certificate in IT Audit Execution
Post-Graduate Certificate in Public Relations
Certificate in Digital Marketing
Certificate in Content Marketing
Post-Graduate Certificate Digital and Content Marketing
Post-Graduate Certificate in Advanced Professional Accounting (On-line)
Certificate in Full Stack Web Development
Certificate in Machine Learning
Other educational providers do not do a What’s New listing so by scanning course and program listings, some catch your eye, or you can just call the program department and ask what is new this term.
The following caught my eye this year, last year it was Cannabis Courses which are still there and have grown, this year cyber security seems to dominate given all the press about meddling in elections, websites, social media. There were liberal arts courses that caught my eye as we need to understand our world as well as keep up with tech changes. Try scanning these lists see what catches your eye.
Healthy Senior Living (Retirement Homes) Operations
Cyber Crime Specialist
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
Psychosocial Rehabilitation in Mental Health
Records and Information Management
Research Skills and Analysis
Transformative and Restorative Justice
3D Modelling with 3ds Max (plus several others)
Active Records Management
Acute Physical and Mental Health Challenges Across the Lifespan
Beekeeping: Build a Hive (plus several others)
Citizen of the World
Computer Assisted Language Learning
(plus several others)
Contemporary Canadian Issues
Foundations of Mindfulness
Introduction to Robotics
Issues in Diversity: First Nations People
Math for Moms and Dads (How to Tutor Your Children)
Researching and Reporting
The Law of Armed Conflict
At a Downtown Location Workhaus
Commerce Court 30 Wellington Street,
Financial Technology (Fintech)
Block Chain/DLT and Crypto Currencies
Business Analysis for Fintech
At main campuses under Featured Programming Section (not clear what is meant by featured)
Many listings but these caught my eye
Autism and Behavioral Science
Planning for Retirement
Stock Market Investing
Webmaster Content Site Design
Seneca’s program and course listings uses a drill down process (program area to program to course) which is more time consuming than scanning lists of programs that then link to a program area and courses which then link to a program area. Or call the program and ask.
Browsing of programs and courses organized by course number not alphabetic by course name.
Autism and Behavioral Science.
Geographic Information Systems
Supply Chain Logistics Management
Thanatology (Death Studies) – a Practical Approach
Writing for the Web
Development Across the Lifespan- Developmental Psychology
Autism Spectrum Disorder
World Religion: Western and Eastern Traditions
Desktop Publishing for Business Using Word
Wind Turbine Installation and Maintenance (Basic)
World Systems: History, Geopolitics, Culture
First Nations Culture
Durham used to have a What’s New listing on the inside of the front cover of their
Continuing Education Calendar but not this year so I scanned and found”
Certificate in Ethical Hacking
Sustainable local Food
Thanatology Death Studies
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Behavior and Mental Exceptionalities
Dealing with Difficult People
Geographic Information Systems.
Learning for Death and Dying
On Line Searching
New glass blowing Netflix series highlights Sheridan students, staff and alumni
This section used a drill down process organized by program area, which is more time consuming to scan than a listing of programs or courses that have a link to program areas.
This course listing has a filter which allows you to choose mode of delivery (in class, online); academic term; days of the week, and campus location). This is very helpful as there over 400 courses to scan, especially days of the week, as often due to work and family commitments there is only one day of the week when you can go to class.
Coping with Death
Geographic Information systems, Arc View
Green Building Construction Practices
Mourning, Grief and Bereavement
Myth and Legends
Religious Beliefs, Traditions and Customs of Death
The History of Chocolate
Value Stream Mapping and Process Management
University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies
By searching with What’s New in their Search Engine we found a lot of listings, these are some.
Agile Bootcamp for Executives and Senior Managers
Neuro Science, Mindfulness, and Mindfulness Meditation
The Rise of Subscription E-Commerce
Foundations of Cloud Computing
Beyond Brainstorming: 3-step System for Leading Creative Problem Solving Meetings
Foundations of Strategic Public Relations
Advanced Technical Analysis and Algo Trading Strategies
Digital Transformation for Business Growth
Agile Leadership and Transformation
Agile Practice in Business Analysis
By scanning the U of T School of Continuing Studies, Arts Science and Humanities print calendar I found a new Program Area I had not seen in previous years and I had not seen in previous scans of this provider.
Applied Mindfulness Meditation
(certificate studies possible )
We suggest you call programs and ask what it is new. If you would like a What’s New program and course listing let the continuing education department know. Sheridan and Durham seems to have stopped doing this as last year we could find a What’s New list but not this year.