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Determining whether you are taking full-time or part-time training for the recognition of your competencies

The way full-time or part-time training is defined is based on the level of education.

Full-time training

Here are the numbers of hours or credits you must do for your training to be considered full time.

University level

Undergraduate:

  • Minimum of 12 credits per term (winter and fall)
  • Minimum of 6 credits in the summer term

Graduate and post-graduate:

  • Minimum of 9 credits per term (winter and fall)
  • Minimum of 6 credits in the summer term

College level

You must take courses that amount to a minimum of 180 hours per session for a college studies program.

Vocational level

You must take 25 or more hours of courses per week for vocational training.

Part-time training

Here are the numbers of hours or credits you must do for your training to be considered part time.

University level

Undergraduate:

  • Less than 12 credits per term (winter and fall)
  • Less than 6 credits in the summer term

Graduate and post-graduate:

  • Less than 9 credits per term (winter and fall)
  • Less than 6 credits in the summer term

College level

You must take courses that amount to less than 180 hours per session for a college studies program.

Vocational level

You must take less than 25 hours of courses per week for vocational training.

Last update: October 21, 2022

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