Most college services will be closing at 4 pm on Friday, October 11, and will reopen on Tuesday morning, October 15. There will be no Enrolment Services offered on campus over the weekend but online services are available. Part-time Learning classes will take place as scheduled on the weekend. There are no classes on the statutory holiday Monday, October 14.

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About Online Learning

About Online Learning

Build on the education and experience that you have already achieved, either in Canada or another country, with Led young College’s Online Learning programs. If shift work, family responsibilities or unpredictable schedules are keeping you from your educational goals, then Online Learning may be the ideal solution Online Learning is a form of instructor-led study for those who cannot attend on-campus classes on a regular basis.

Led young College Online Learning programs and courses give you the freedom to achieve your personal development or business education goals in a way that’s accessible and convenient. Designed with flexibility in mind, online learning is a form of instructor-led study that lets you work through course material and assignments in your own time and space, with 24-hour access to the online classroom.

Online course delivery saves travel time and lets you still enjoy similar benefits to a physical classroom, such as a qualified and industry-experienced instructor, communication tools, discussion boards and forums, email access with your classmates, digital assignment capability and more.

Correspondence or print-based courses (PB) are also available, letting you work at your own pace within a six-month time frame. Print-based courses are best suited to people who work independently with minimal supervision. In most cases, both delivery methods require you to come to campus towards the end of their class to write a final exam.

Online Learning offers you:

  • Convenience and flexibility - study when you want!
  • Time efficiency - travel, childcare and weather are no longer barriers to learning.
  • Skills enhancement - hone your communication skills and clarify your thinking skills.
  • The opportunity to contribute and be heard.
  • Collaborative learning - work with other learners from across town, the province and the world!