Note: Students who were in the process of completing this program prior to September 2018 may elect to complete it as a certificate instead of an associate certificate until August 2020.
The Workplace Education associate certificate is a four-course (12-credit) certificate designed to offer a foundation in applying adult learning and education principles to the workplace. The credential can be used to support related employment or further studies in adult education in the undergraduate program at UFV or graduate studies in other institutions.
There are three pathways into the certificate courses:
Option 1: New students can apply to Qualifying Studies. Students will be required to meet the admissions requirements
for Qualifying Studies.
Option 2: Current UFV students in the Bachelor of Arts (Adult Education) are free to register for these courses to meet the certificate requirements and to use towards their degree requirements.
Option 3: Current UFV students enrolled in other degree programs can contact the department for permission to register in the certificate courses.
Students are required to have a minimum GPA of 2.00 in the four courses to be eligible for the certificate.
Three of the four courses in the certificate must be taken at UFV; only one of the four courses is eligible for transfer credit or PLAR.
For more information, contact the Adult Education Department at 604-854-4500 (4621).
Certificate requirements: 12 credits
Program Planning and Evaluation
Organizational and Workplace Learning (formerly ADED 330F)
Assessing Adult Learning
(formerly ADED 330N)
Note: Students in programs other than the Bachelor of Arts (Adult Education) or Adult Education Studies should contact the department for permission to register in the certificate courses.
Students enrolled in undergraduate courses (courses numbered 100 or above) must maintain an undergraduate Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 2.00 to remain enrolled in Good Academic Standing at UFV.
Students in Good Academic Standing will have no registration limits placed on them. Failure to meet the minimum CGPA requirement will result in restrictions on registration and may eventually lead to academic suspension from undergraduate studies at UFV. Students on Academic Warning or Academic Probation are limited to registering in 10 credits. For further details, see the Academic standing and undergraduate continuance section of the academic calendar. Academic standing is governed by UFV’s Undergraduate Continuance policy (92).