Online Education – Ontario
Online education is a great alternative to the classroom if you need some added flexibility. Ontario has several online schooling options, including high school upgrading, new skills, and even university courses. Take advantage of features exclusive to the online classroom such as 24/7 support and online tutors to better prepare you for the workforce!
Below you will find a list of online education resources to help you get started. If you would prefer in class education, please visit our Skills Training page for more information about available options.
Online Education Ontario
OntarioLearn is a popular choice for people who live in rural and remote areas, who have different learning styles or disabilities, who lead busy lives, working full- or part-time with:
Convenient start dates scheduled up to 14 times per year.
Flexible study times— in your own space, on your own time.
Accessible help desk support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Free online education for adults living in Ontario to upgrade your skills, obtain the skills to qualify for college and learn something new. Live e-Channel courses take place in an online classroom where students and teachers meet to participate in classroom activities. It’s important to know your course schedule and to be on time. Otherwise, you might miss a lesson.
Everyone in live e-Channel courses may speak to one another, work together and share course materials while the class is in session.
Anytime courses take place online at a time and place convenient to the student. Please check the websites on the Organizations page for information on the anytime courses available.
Canadian Virtual University Consortium (CVU-UVC) is an association of Canada’s leading universities specializing in online and distance education. CVU helps students in Canada and around the world quickly find quality-assured online education.