Flexible Registration Project Update and Destiny One Introduction

To the Humber Community, 

The sponsors of the Flexible Registration Project (FRP) and Dean of Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) would like to introduce you to the Flexible Registration Project (FRP). This dynamic initiative has been in development for the past 12 months and will positively impact Flexible Learning and Continuous Professional Learning at Humber for our learners and staff.

Flexible Registration Project Background Information

The Flexible Registration Project (FRP) is a strategic initiative within the Accessible Education pillar of Humber’s 2018-2023 Strategic Plan. The FRP executive sponsors are Laurie Rancourt, Rani Dhaliwal, and Scott Briggs.

The FRP will transform the learning environment and empower learners by offering more choices in how, what, when and where they learn. The Project’s scope includes the implementation of Non-Post –Secondary (NPS) policies and procedures, while delivering a new registration system that supports NPS and Continuous Professional Learning at Humber.

Many Humber employees have contributed to this project, sharing their current registration system experience and ongoing feedback during each phase. User Acceptance Testing has been successfully completed with more than 80 Humber participants. These individuals have been instrumental in helping our team implement Destiny One, the new Non-Post-Secondary registration system.

Destiny One - Humber's New Non-Post-Secondary Registration System

Destiny One, a new Non-Post-Secondary (NPS) registration system, is launching in late August for Corporate Training Solutions, followed by onboarding Education Training Services (ETS) and Faculty Areas in late September. This new system is replacing the current Banner FlexReg module. Enabling ongoing engagement with learners throughout their non-postsecondary journey with Humber.

Destiny One’s main features and benefits include:

  • A user-friendly program shopping experience
  • Self-serve options that make course/program searching and registration easy
  • Enhanced built-in payment processing
  • Simplified process for applying staff discounts for those who qualify

Corporate clients can access their own “branded” portal where they can view their course/program offerings, register their employees and pay invoices.

Staff will benefit from flexible registration business processes that allow for:

  • Course/program promotion and flexible pricing options
  • Additional enrollment management support
  • Efficient CPL operations and cross-college collaboration

Destiny One Launch Timeline and Additional Information and Resources

Destiny One will go live in late August, beginning with Corporate Training Solutions on August 30 and Faculties and Education Training Solutions on September 23.

More information and how-to guides about FRP and Destiny One will be provided over the next several weeks.

For questions about how the FRP will change non-post-secondary learning in your department or Faculty, please contact your Associate Dean of CPL or unit Director.

Any urgent project questions can be sent to Jasmine Sanaee, project director, at jasmine.sanaee@humber.ca.  


Wanda Buote
Dean, Education and Training Solutions
Sarah Peake
​​​​​​​Associate Dean, Flexible Learning
Frank Cappadocia
​​​​​​​Dean, Continuous Professional Learning