Classes for adults offered

Night school at EMCS

  • Sep. 21, 2011 7:00 a.m.

Interesting in making jewelry? How about learning first aid and CPR. Got a hankering to learn ballroom dancing? What about attending a free lecture or taking a short course in space studies?

It’s all there and available through the Edward Milne Community School Community Education Calendar.

The guide, out now in various locations in Sooke or through the program office, is full of educational opportunities and leisure activities. Never finished high school? You can also attend classes instructed by a teacher so you can acquire your BC Adult Graduation Diploma.

The Westshore Centre for Learning and Training will be offering an Adult Graduation program at EMCS. Courses will be available for school age and adult students.You are eligible if you are 19 years or older. If you are 18 and have been out of school for at least a year, you may be admitted into the graduation program. It’s never too late to graduate. For more information call 250-391-9007 to make an appointment to talk to an academic advisor.

In order to graduate you 20 credits, must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant and a resident of B.C.

Register early to ensure your chosen class will go ahead as planned.

To register you can mail in your form, call and sign up or drop by in person at the Edward Milne Community School Program office at 6218 Sooke Road. Course payable by credit card, cheque, cash or Interac.

Register online at: www.emcsprograms.ca

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