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Schedule D: Three-session Additional Qualifications

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Three-Session Additional Qualification programs are offered as Part I, Part II and Specialist courses.

Part I courses develop the skills and knowledge needed by teachers to design, deliver and assess programs within a particular discipline or division.

Part II expands upon the skills and knowledge developed in Part 1.

The Specialist course extends and reinforces the knowledge and skills from Part I and Part II with a specific focus on the development of leadership skills within the discipline or division.

Courses are open to candidates who meet the entry requirements identified in Teachers’ Qualifications Regulation. Providers may require additional pre-requisites.

Click on a subject name below for links to the most up-to-date guidelines available, as well as information on status and release cycles. Release dates are based on current estimates and may change.

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Actualisation linguistique en français/Programme d'appui aux nouveaux arrivants Available in French Only

Anti-Black Racism

Business Studies - Accounting

Business Studies - Entrepreneurship Formerly: Business Studies - Entrepreneurship Studies

Business Studies - Information and Communication Technology Formerly: Business Studies - Information Management

Computer Studies Formerly: Computer Studies - Computer Science

Co-operative Education


Dramatic Arts

Enseignement et Leadership en situation minoritaire Available in French Only

Environmental Education Formerly: Environmental Science

Equitable and Inclusive Schools FORMERLY: INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM

Family Studies

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students: Counselling and Support Formerly: Supporting First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students: Guidance and Counselling

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies Formerly known as Native Studies

French as a Second Language For teaching in English-language schools only - not offered in French

Guidance and Career Education Formerly: Guidance

Health and Physical Education, Intermediate and Senior Formerly: Physical and Health Education (Intermediate and Senior)

Health and Physical Education, Primary and Junior Formerly: Physical and Health Education (Primary and Junior)

Holocaust Education and Countering Antisemitism

Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Formerly: Computers in the Classroom

Intermediate Education

International Languages

Junior Education


Mathematics, Primary and Junior Formerly: Mathematics in Primary and Junior Education


Music - Instrumental

Music - Vocal, Intermediate and Senior Formerly: Music - Vocal (Intermediate, Senior)

Music - Vocal, Primary and Junior Formerly: Music - Vocal (Primary, Junior)

Native Languages: Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe)

Native Languages: Anishininiimowin (Oji-Cree)

Native Languages: Gayogohó:nǫ' (Cayuga)

Native Languages: Ililïmowin/Ininïmowin (Cree)

Native Languages: Inuktitut

Native Languages: Kanien'kéha (Mohawk)

Native Languages: Lunaapeew (Lenape)

Native Languages: Onʌyota’á:ka̲ (Oneida)

Native Languages: Seneca (Onöndowa’ga:’gawë:nö’)

Primary Education


Religious Education in Catholic Schools

Science and Technology, Primary and Junior Formerly: Science in Primary and Junior Education

Social Studies, Primary and Junior

Special Education

Teacher Leadership

Teacher Librarian

Teaching and Leadership: First Nations, Métis and Inuit Settings

Teaching English Language Learners For teaching in English-language schools only - not offered in French

Teaching Onondaga

Teaching Students who are Blind/Low Vision Formerly: The Blind

Teaching Students Who Are Deafblind Formerly: The Deaf/Blind

Teaching Tuscarora

Visual Arts


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