Camosun's continuing education lineup includes 70 new classes this fall
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Workforce skills development, career certificates, and arts and culture programming continue to expand at Camosun.
Explore the possibilities of reconnecting to a world of learning this September.
Arts and culture programming continues to expand creative course offerings at Camosun. Comics artist and writer Ken Steacy leads one of the new classes – Visual Storytelling for Comics and More!, while Joan Steacy helps learners bring characters and stories alive in Start Your Autobio-Graphic Novel! Also in October, bestselling author, Robert J. Wiersema, encourages aspiring writers in a small class-setting with the new Fiction Writing Workshop.
A new Herbal Studies certificate program, led by master herbalist, Don Ollsin, is taught online in combination with three onsite field weekends. The program is designed for health and helping professionals, horticulturalists, chefs, members of the aboriginal community, and individuals interested in the herbal and health food industry.
Course content taught by field experts and small class sizes make the Camosun learning experience professionally and personally rewarding. Explore the possibilities this fall with more than 200 continuing education courses that complement and enhance career and life goals.
Gloria Darroch, Acting Director of Continuing Education and Contract Training
Director of Co-op Education and Student Employment
Tel: 250-370-4407 or 250-370-4408
Last updated: September 23, 2015 5:12 pm