This Spring/Summer, SNP is offering the following Additional Qualifications Courses:
Please click on the course for more information.
The AQ professional development program is for teachers in Ontario possessing a Certificate of Qualification/Ontario Teacher’s Certificate with the Ontario College of Teachers.
This program contains courses that enhance a teacher's professional practice in the areas of instruction, curriculum development, and leadership.
As an Indigenous institute, Six Nations Polytechnic is positioned to provide professional learning opportunities that are uniquely infused with Indigenous content. These courses are appropriate for Indigenous and non-Indigenous teaching professionals.
One-Session AQ Courses Include:
- Teaching Cayuga
- Teaching First Nation, Métis and Inuit Children
- Teaching Mohawk
- Teaching Ojibwe
Requirements for Admission: Certificate of Qualification and Registration
Three Session AQ Courses Include:
- Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Part I
- Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Part II
- Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Specialist
- Science & Technology, Primary and Junior, Part I
Requirements for Admission:
Prerequisites for Part I
- Certificate of Qualification and Registration
- A qualification in one of the following:
- Primary division
- Junior division
- Intermediate division in a general education subject from Schedule A, or
- Senior division in a general education subject from Schedule A
- Additional prerequisites for some qualifications as noted on the OCT website: www.oct.ca/members/additional-qualifications/prerequisites
Prerequisites for Part II
- One year of successful classroom teacher experience
- One of the following:
- Part 1 of the specialist qualification or an equivalent program; or
- A qualification in the Intermediate or Senior division in the same subject from Schedule A
Prerequisites for Part III (Specialist)
- Part II of the specialist qualification or an equivalent program
- Two years of successful classroom teaching experience, including at least one year teaching the subject