The Connecting GTA Teachers Regional Planning Team serves as a coordinating body for all Dual Credit activities in the Greater Toronto Area.
CGTAT maintains a continuous dialogue between secondary schools and colleges. We achieve this through coordinating and facilitating meetings, conferences, workshops and symposiums for secondary school teachers and college faculty.
Connected secondary school teachers, guidance counselors and administrators equipped with up-to-date knowledge on current college programs and Dual Credit activities are in a better position to inform and advise students with this major life change.
Dual Credit courses are not part of the regular secondary school curriculum. Your school's guidance counsellor can help. See what Dual Credit courses are available for your school board.
Composed of five campuses throughout the eastern GTA, Centennial is Ontario's first community college. For over 50 years, Centennial has educated students and prepared them to enter the workforce.
Students can “test drive” their post-secondary education at Centennial and expose themselves to the programs and career pathways that Centennial offers.
Since 1967, George Brown College has operated in the heart of downtown Toronto, teaching students practical skills and providing them with the real-world experience to succeed in the job market.
Aimed at disengaged students in grades 11-12, and located throughout George Brown's five downtown campuses, Dual Credit courses allows high school students to transition into college and apprenticeship programs.
Boasting the top graduate employment rate in Ontario, Georgian College is committed to student success. Georgian has campuses across central Ontario and offers cutting-edge curriculums and work placements with top employers.
Students struggling with their studies can get a head start on their college career by taking a Dual Credit course at Georgian. Courses are offered at all campuses and range in subjects from technology to art to education.
Humber College is a leading Ontario polytechnic institute. Combining theory with hands-on learning, students will train in state-of-the-art facilities, labs, classrooms and in the field to become career-ready.
Learn more about college life at Humber’s three campuses in Etobicoke, Lakeshore and Orangeville, and the programs it offers, by taking a Dual Credit course.
With locations throughout the GTA, Seneca offers students a variety of hands-on, comprehensive full-time, part-time and continuing education options.
Students will get to experience life as a Seneca student by taking a Dual Credit course. They will receive a Student ID card, access to Campus services and have their transportation to class covered.
Sheridan College delivers amazing learning experiences in an environment that encourages creative and innovative thinking, preparing students for work and life.
All Sheridan Dual Credit courses are offered at Sheridan campuses in Oakville, Brampton and Mississauga. Taught by College professors, Dual Credit courses offer students the chance to gain hands-on experience doing project work and more.