What format are the courses in?
The courses are self-directed, and the student choses their own pace. The only provision is that courses must be completed within six months. Great care has been taken to ensure high quality content delivery and learning…without the use of a lecture hall. You will receive a “pass / fail” grade that is determined by the quality
of the assignments turned in; if you exert a reasonable amount of effort, you should have no problem passing the course.
Will I have contact with an Instructor?
Yes. A teaching team is in the background marking your assignments and providing feedback on a weekly basis. The teaching team is a highly experienced group of instructors, and will personalize the course with you week by week.
Who are the Instructors?
The courses use a teaching team of MSW or higher designations, and who are also veteran practitioners. All are qualified to teach at the graduate level, and all have strong experience in both clinical work and in teaching and / or supervising.
How does the software work?
One you pay your registration, you will receive an email to the address you provided, which will open the course to you. You will receive that email within seven days, and you can begin your studies right away. You will need a reliable internet connection to do so.
Does the course offer any financial aid?
Not at this time. However, students that are registered with the OCSWSSW will qualify for the $500.00 from the SWSSW Professional Development fund, which reimburses eligible costs for professional development. For more information please visit www.swsswpdf.org
All students will receive a receipt.
Who is the contact person for the online courses?
Students may contact the Dean of Continuing Education, Ms. Beatrice Traub-Werner, for specific questions:
Beatrice Traub-Werner, MSW, RSW
Dean, Continuing Education
Adler Graduate Professional School
890 Yonge Street, 9th floor,
Tel: 416-923-4419 ext. 503