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Post-secondary vocational training is offered in both, registered, and, non-registered, private training schools in PEI. Registration does not guarantee quality, so it is a good idea to research the private training school you plan to attend. Schools registered under the PEI, Private Training...
If you are operating a registered private training school in PEI you must have, licensed, instructors. The Administrator of Private Training Schools will issue an, Instructor Authorization License, to approved applicants,, except, for professions, which require a government-recognized instructor...
The PEI Administrator of Private Training Schools has registered the following private training schools:, Abegweit Associates-Charlottetown, Bill Campbell 53 Queen Street Charlottetown, PE C1A 4A5 Telephone: (902) 368-2767 Fax: (902) 436-3555 email@example.com , Abegweit Associates-...
Most training programs offered on PEI must be registered as a private training school under the, Private Training Schools Act, . Instructors who teach at the school must have a PEI instructor’s license. Contact the Administrator of Private Training Schools if you are not sure if your training...
You may write the GED (General Education Development) tests to receive your, Grade 12 diploma, if you did not finish high school. Many community colleges and universities will accept you as a mature student if you have a satisfactory GED score. In order to write the GED tests you must be: A...
If you have not completed high school or have graduated without the marks or specific credits you need for a post-secondary program, you can take adult upgrading. Through the program you may: Enrol in the GED preparation program; Acquire credits that are prerequisites for post-secondary programs...