Lifelong learning with Fanshawe Continuing Education!

Your learning never has to stop. Whether you’d like to upgrade your skills for employment or want to learn something new for fun, we’ve got something for everybody. Study in-class, online or in a blended format and either work towards a credential on a course-by-course basis or pick up general interest courses here and there. Whatever path you choose to continue your education, at Fanshawe you’ll always have our reputation for academic excellence to count on!

Declare your program

Continuing Education students can register on a course-by-course basis. After you have taken at least one course at Fanshawe College, you can declare your program to assist Fanshawe in offering the courses when you need them. If you've taken at least one course, have a student record and a WebAdvisor account, Continuing Education Program Declare is available under your WebAdvisor Student Registration menu. For more information view our FAQ: Program Declaration - Continuing Education.

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Continuing Education Programs

Work towards a program credential at your own pace by taking one, two or three part-time continuing education courses per term.

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Continuing Education Courses

Whether you’re looking to develop a professional skill or explore a new passion, we have part-time continuing education courses and workshops offered in-class, online and in a blended format.

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Download the Part-time Studies Guide


What's included:

  • How to assess if part-time learning is right for you
  • Part-time learning options and the differences between each
  • How to pay for your part-time education
  • Part-time options within your area of interest
  • How to sign up for part-time studies and where to get help


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Additional Offerings

OCT Qualification Course

Fanshawe College is accredited by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) to offer Additional Qualification (AQ) courses to elementary and secondary school teachers.

School College Work Initiative (SCWI)