Liaison College Barrie Campus
In order to give the students individual attention, the class size in the Liaison College is kept small at about 15 students. More then seventy per cent of the training involves practical instructions which gives the students hand on experience even while training. The diploma programs are designed to equip the students with skills that are important in the demanding culinary industry. Students can opt for basic or advanced cooking courses. They learn about basic nutrition, kitchen management, culinary techniques, and food theory and quantity food preparation. The diploma courses last between 15 weeks and 38 weeks.
The Learning Centres
Focused on meeting the needs of the adult student, our 6 learning centres located throughout Simcoe County enable individuals to grow personally, academically and professionally. Our teachers and staff are dedicated and experienced professionals who work with you to achieve success and your learning goals. More than 20,000 adults a year access our programs and we are proud to be a partner in your lifelong learning. We offer programming to achieve: Upgrading in English and math; Ontario Secondary School Certificate (Gr. 10); Ontario Secondary School Diploma; College and University prerequisites; Apprenticeship prerequisites; Computer skills certificates; Information Technology certifications; Leadership and Supervisory skills workshops; Workplace certificates; Driver Education and more.
Zero Waste Simcoe, Helping Us Preserve the World We Love. Zero Waste Simcoe is about change.
We all need to look at the way we use our earth's resources, changing, adapting, and growing to preserve the world around us. Want to go green? Start with waste managment in your own home, and share a vision with us - to protect the earth and it's resources. You can help!
The Extended French as a Second Language (EFSL) program, which has been in existence in Simcoe County District School Board since 1989, is a program that begins in Grade 5.
Admission to the Extended French as a Second Language program is based on a first-come, first-served basis. A minimum of 24 students is required to initate a Grade 5 class.