CACE is a nationally-recognized credential that sets you apart as a workplace learning professional of choice. Gain knowledge and practical skills-building in the areas of program and course development, facilitation and instructional design in a collaborative environment that fosters innovation, creativity and strong peer connections. Learn how to apply the latest in instructional techniques and online learning tools to reach your learners in more ways than ever before.
You’re already knowledgeable and passionate about your area of expertise; CACE will give you the skills and confidence to be able to more effectively share that knowledge with others.
CACE can be completed entirely online. Study in a program designed to fit your life as a busy professional.
Have the opportunity to experiment with and assess the impact of various tools and techniques in adult education.
Get the latest information and learn about best practices that will give depth to your program development and implementation.
Learn from and find support in a network of professional colleagues who are as passionate about adult education and lifelong learning as you are.
The practical and engaging nature of this program inspires innovation and creativity that you will take with you into your work and pass onto your learners.
Receive credit for courses you've already taken and apply CACE towards professional designations to propel your career further.
Learn from some of the best adult educators in the country.
Earn a respected and industry-recognized credential that will set you apart as a workplace learning professional.
Who is this program for?
CACE is an award-winning program that will help you in your career as a:
- learning specialist
- curriculum developer
- instructor in adult education
- program planner
- certified trainer
- learning experience designer
Faculty of Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
CACE courses can be taken individually for professional development, or be taken collectively to earn the certificate credential. Contact the CACE office to find out if CACE is right for you.
Courses are offered on campus at the University of Victoria on weekdays, weekends, during the summer and online. Learning is accessible to part-time learners outside working hours and courses can be taken individually or applied toward the professional certificate program.