Interested in urban planning or how the brain works? Looking to learn a new language such as Arabic or Hebrew? This spring the Peterborough community will have the opportunity to learn this, and so much more through Trent University’s popular Continuing Education program.
For spring 2017, Continuing Education at Trent will continue their “pick and learn” format, where community members have the chance to “choose their own adventure” by registering for single classes or full six or eight-week courses.
Starting March 13 and running until May, the spring term of Continuing Education will offer over 120 adult evening classes in three main groups: Languages; Science; and Literature, History and Film. The program will also be extending their popular one-day workshops to include wildlife, ecotravel and landscape photography, soap making, and vermicomposting.
“This spring, we are excited to be offering more classes to the Peterborough community than ever before,” said Dr. Michael Eamon, director of Continuing Education. “In addition to our great selection of weekly classes, we are proud to offer special one-day workshops organized and led by members of the Peterborough community. It is our goal this spring to make Continuing Education the place where Peterborough and the University come together in education.”
Registration for all courses is now open. All classes can be found, selected and paid for online. Classes are held evenings, Monday through Friday, at Trent University’s Traill College on London Street. Classes are two hours in length, start at 7:00 p.m. and are only $20 per class. One-day workshops are held on Saturdays.
Everyone who registers for a Continuing Education course before March 10 will be entered in a draw for a Trent University gift bag.
About Trent University
One of Canada's top universities, Trent University was founded on the ideal of interactive learning that's personal, purposeful and transformative. Consistently recognized nationally for leadership in teaching, research and student satisfaction, Trent attracts excellent students from across the country and around the world. Here, undergraduate and graduate students connect and collaborate with faculty, staff and their peers through diverse communities that span residential colleges, classrooms, disciplines, hands-on research, co-curricular and community-based activities. Across all disciplines, Trent brings critical, integrative thinking to life every day. Today, Trent's unique approach to personal development through supportive, collaborative community engagement is in more demand than ever. Students lead the way by co-creating experiences rooted in dialogue, diverse perspectives and collaboration. In a learning environment that builds life-long passion for inclusion, leadership and social change, Trent's students, alumni, faculty and staff are engaged global citizens who are catalysts in developing sustainable solutions to complex issues. Trent's Peterborough campus boasts award-winning architecture in a breathtaking natural setting on the banks of the Otonabee River, just 90 minutes from downtown Toronto, while Trent University Durham – Greater Toronto Area, delivers a distinct mix of programming in the east GTA.
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