To make your Second Career application proceed quickly and smoothly, follow the steps below. Please note the application process may take several weeks.
|Step 1:||Visit your nearest Employment Ontario Employment Service site for assistance in determining your eligibility and suitability for Second Career. An Employment Counsellor will talk with you about your career goals and program choices and if Second Career is right for you.|
|Step 2:||Choose the Program at Humber that will help you meet your career goal.|
Submit an online application through the Ontario Colleges Application Service (OCAS) for your program of choice. A fee is required with submitted applications. If approved under Second Career, this fee may be included in your eligible costs.
|Step 4:||Each program has its own eligibility requirements. To avoid delay, follow the required admission steps outlined in your program of choice or talk to an Enrolment Advisor at 416.675.8521.|
Once you have been accepted into a college program, be sure to confirm the offer at the Ontario Colleges Application Service (OCAS); then contact your Humber Enrolment Advisor. Request a “Confirmation of Acceptance Letter” and present it with your research document to your Employment Counsellor at the Employment Services site. Submit your Second Career application for funding.
|Step 6:||Once your application has been approved by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and you receive your contract, watch for e-mail communication concerning your tuition deposit. In order to hold a seat in your chosen program, you must pay a nonrefundable $500 tuition deposit. Your tuition deposit will be applied against your tuition fees. Failure to pay the tuition deposit may result in the loss of your seat in your program.|
Training up to 24 months may be approved under Second Career in certain occupations. Some Humber College certificate and diploma programs may qualify. Your Employment Counsellor at the Employment Ontario Employment Service site will help you to determine allowable training.