Midland Adult Education Centre offers several online high school credit courses developed by the Distance Learning and Information Unit of Manitoba Education and Training. Our online courses are self-paced within the school year.
Students access course content using Brightspace. There is no need to purchase additional textbooks.
|Essential Math 20S
|Essential Math 40S
|Intro to Applied & Precalc 20S
|Applied Math 40S
|ELA: Transactional Focus 40S
|World of Religions 45S (1/2 credit)
|World of Religions 40S
|Physical Education 40F
Career Development and Work Experience
Life/Work Transitioning 40S
Life/Work Transitioning (LWT) involves self-assessment, career exploration, development of a career portfolio and verified hours of work experience, volunteering or employment. The portfolio component provides an opportunity for students to identify and explore career options that coincide with their skills and interests. Students will create a portfolio of real life experience that serves to clarify career objectives, establish professional relationships, and recognize or develop employability skills. This course is a prerequisite to Credit for Employment 40G.
Credit for Employment 40G
Credit for Employment (CFE) will allow students to earn high school credit for 110 hours of verified employment, to encourage and recognize the skills development and experience gained through employment. The pre-requisite for this course is Life/Work Transitioning 40S.
High School Apprenticeship Credits
Did you know that you can earn up to six high school credits as you accumulate your apprenticeship hours? We can help you complete the paperwork to register as an apprentice, learn about tax credits for you and your employer, and ensure your hours become high school credits. For more information, go to the Apprenticeship website: http://www.gov.mb.ca/wd/apprenticeship/discover/youth/index.html
Course Registration Expectations:
Midland Adult Education Centre offers a continuous intake registration program. Intake continues until capacity is reached (usually around March 1). This allows our students the flexibility to learn and complete their courses at their own pace. The Centre does require however, that students make progress at a reasonable rate so that courses can be completed within the school year. Course completion statistics and student attendance numbers are reported to our funding source, Adult Learning and Literacy. Keeping this in mind, MAEC has established the following expectations of all registered students:
- Students must be committed to completing their courses by mid-June, giving ample time for teachers to grade and finalize marks.
- Students must have the time and dedication required to work on their course and submit assignments or tests on a regular basis.
- Students must take the initiative to contact the teacher or other staff when difficulties are encountered. Staff is there to assist in any way they can.
- If you begin a course and decide you cannot continue, please inform the Centre immediately. This will allow the centre to accept other students.
- A one-month period of inactivity will be seen as intent not to continue. Students may be withdrawn at this time.
- Courses should be completed within the school year. Students who treat their course like a second job, communicate regularly with the teacher and/or attend the centre on a regular basis are the most likely to succeed.