You will need your own professional email address, access to the Internet, and a reliable computer. If you do not have a computer, there are 112 access sites in communities across Ontario where you can use computers at no charge. For more information about locations, go to http://studyonline.ca/student-services/online- learning-centres
STEP 1: ASSESSMENT
You must complete an assessment that will indicate your current skill level in several areas. This assessment is called ESEE — Essential Skills for Employment and Education.
STEP 2: LEARN TO LEARN
STEP 2: LEARN TO LEARN In order to participate in ACE Distance courses, all students must complete Learn to Learn, or L2L. Learn to Learn is a 20-hour course that will introduce you to online learning and help you to decide if this is the right learning approach for you. The Learn to Learn course includes an assessment component that helps you determine if you have the computer skills, academic background and personality to succeed in ACE Distance courses.
To be eligible for free intakes, the learner must be 19 and an Ontario resident