By Melissa Campeau
Interested in exploring AQ course options? Go to the “Find an AQ” page (oct-oeeo.ca/findanAQ) on the College website. Once you’re there, search by AQ name and provider institution. There are 375 courses in English, 375 in French, with 42 providers in 19 cities, as well as many distance/online options in the mix.
If you don’t know the AQ course name, you can also use the site’s general search engine to track down an information page.
If you can’t find the course you’re looking for offered at a local provider, mention it to the College by emailing Déirdre Smith, OCT, Manager, Standards of Practice and Education Unit, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College collects all course requests and lets providers know, on a quarterly basis, what members are looking for.
A more detailed search engine that provides members with access to up-to-date course information is now offered by the College.
AQ providers Queen’s University, Trent University and York University have established a data feed in order to more fully participate in Find an AQ. The College invites all providers to do the same.