Gain new perspective on the world by taking a non-credit series at Continuing Studies at UVic. Learn from leading experts and scholars as you dive into an eclectic range of subject matter, from art history to web design.
The BC Mindfulness Summit is a weekend educational event for health and helping professionals to develop and enrich their personal and professional mindfulness practices. Participants who already integrate mindfulness facilitation into their work, as well as those who are curious about how to develop these skills, will benefit from this opportunity to learn from a group of innovative and seasoned mindfulness practitioners.Read more
These sessions offer participants a deeper understanding of various government programs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The talks provide participants with simple analytical tools to help assess claims, going well beyond media summaries of the issues. With these tools, participants will be able to more confidently engage in discussions and make choices related to this critical issue.Read more
These non-credit courses are open to adults at all levels of proficiency. They are designed to meet the needs of a wide audience from working professionals, to lifelong learners, to people who are new to Canada, to parents with children in French immersion—anyone wanting to confidently and competently develop fluency in French.Read more
Current Concepts in Dentistry is one of the foremost programs in the field of dental continuing education (CE). This ADA CERP recognized program is a great opportunity to learn from four outstanding instructors, earn up to seven CE credits per day (28 credits over four days), and best of all: spend an extended weekend in the beautiful city of Victoria.Read more
Linking elements of chemistry, physics, biology and geology, these sessions will look at a number of ocean issues of societal concern and how technology is allowing us to better understand our changing ocean. Each session will include a 1.5-hour lecture followed by 30 minutes of discussion.Read more
In accordance with guidelines issued by the premier and the BC Health Officer due to COVID-19, the University of Victoria has announced that most courses will be offered online this fall. As a result, we will not be offering courses at the Mary Winspear Centre next term.Read more