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Continuing Education

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Continuing Education

Brand New Continuing Education Courses

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Trent’s Continuing Education program provides access to a variety of experts in different fields for learning in an informal, relaxed and personalized setting. The courses are offered at Traill College in the heart of downtown Peterborough, for easy access by the community. Traill Map (PDF)

“Traill College is perfectly placed to serve the community that was instrumental in creating Trent over 50 years ago.  I am very happy to offer Continuing Education courses that embrace the ideals of lifelong learning that Trent was founded on,” said Dr. Michael Eamon, Principal of Traill College and Director of the Continuing Education program. “In addition to offering our popular computer courses this fall, we are currently developing a brand new selection of courses for January 2017. If have a particular course you would like to see offered in the future, please do not hesitate to contact me.”

Choose Your Own Adventure

All classes are just $20 each (plus HST). Each class is designed to be self-contained while being part of a larger, thematic course.  This means that you can take an entire course (comprising six to eight classes), or you can pick-and-choose the individual classes that best fit your schedule and interests. 

Most classes are held during the evening downtown at Trent University’s Traill College from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Registration and payment is done online on our new website.  This year the majority of our classes are taught by bright, enthusiastic graduate students.  This means that taking a Continuing Education course not only expands your education, but offers valuable experience to a new generation of teachers.

Fall courses start the week of October 24, 2016.

Continuing Education would like to especially thank the Department of Computing and Information Systems and the Trent Centre for Aging and Society for their support.

"The continuing education program was perfect for me, because I was able to attend classes and immerse myself in Academia on a small budget, while still going to work everyday. The classes were super accessible, and the vast topics to choose from made it very appealing for me. I learned so much, without being overwhelmed financially or schedule wise. I really recommend it to anyone who misses school, or wants a taste of university life!" - Y. Leghari