Certificate of Completion | Online
Are you currently in an ECE leadership role or looking to be in one? This program will examine historical, political, professional, and social issues affecting ECE administration practice. Students will review strategies that characterize advocacy roles and responsibilities that reflect an in-depth understanding of ethical practices in ECE within the context of a self-regulated profession. By exploring theories of leadership through a process of self-evaluation, students develop techniques to hire and maintain quality staff while developing strategies for personal and professional growth in a management capacity.
OSSD or Mature Student Status
If you are interested in completing the entire certificate program, please click here to sign up prior to registering for your courses. See Program of Study or Course Delivery tabs to register for individual courses.
Students can complete the Certificate of Completion in as little as one semester. They are usually expected to complete their certificate within 60 months.
Other Important Information
In order to obtain the Certificate of Completion, the following courses must be completed:
|ECE 1011||Advocacy & Prof. In ECE||3|
|ECE 1303||Management Leadership Skills and Staff Development||3|
Tuition and Ancillary Fees
The total domestic tuition fees for each course is listed below.
|Course||Credits||Domestic Tuition||Ancillary Fees||Total Domestic Fees|
|ECE 1011||3 credits||$263.76||$90.72||$354.48|
|ECE 1303*||3 credits||$263.76||$186.68||$450.44|
Please see our fees page for the breakdown of tuition and mandatory ancillary fees for Part-time studies.
The asterix (*) denotes courses that are delivered through Ontario Learn and are subject to an additional $95.96 fee per course. This fee is already calculated in the ancillary fees and total fees listed above.
Important Note: The tuition above denotes domestic tuition fees only. International applicants should contact Pathways or Continuing Education for further information regarding the admissions process.
The table below details course offerings over the current and next academic year.
|Course||2022-23 Academic Year||2023-24 Academic Year|
|ECE 1011 - 3 credits||SEPTEMBER, JANUARY, MAY||SEPTEMBER, JANUARY, MAY|
|ECE 1303 - 3 credits||SEPTEMBER, JANUARY, MAY||SEPTEMBER, JANUARY, MAY|
All courses are delivered online asynchronously. Your professor shares learning resources and activities with you in a flexible way. You are not expected to attend a class or login to your materials at a specific day or time. You will, however, be responsible for meeting all course requirements, dates and deadlines as posted within the syllabus.
Although most courses have offerings in September, January and May, additional intakes may be offered monthly, please see the course registration page for specific intake dates.
Important Note: Cambrian College reserves the right to cancel the offering of courses in certain terms. Please refer to your registration page for current semester options.
Please note: Cambrian College strives to ensure the accuracy of the information on this website. Please note that the academic curriculum is continually reviewed and revised to ensure that Cambrian's programs and courses remain relevant. The College reserves the right to cancel or make changes to any course or program, fee, procedure, or campus location at any time.