A selection of SEEC’s executive education programs is now eligible for OSAP funding.
Selected SEEC programs starting before July 31, 2021 have been approved for the OSAP for Micro-credentials assistance program. Eligible students can apply online through the OSAP website.
To apply, select an eligible program from the list below and enter the information in your OSAP application.
Currently, these are the OSAP-qualified programs we offer:
- Certificate in Design Thinking 2.0: Tools and Techniques with a User-Centred Approach
- Certificate in Strategic Leadership and Innovation
- Communication Skills for Early in Career Success
- Critical Thinking and Strategic Problem-Solving Skills for Leaders
- Developing a Strategic Mindset
- Employee Engagement and Strategic Leadership: The Manager’s Course
- Financial and Managerial Accounting for Non-Financial Managers: Beyond the Basics
- Guided Self-Coaching for New Supervisors and Managers
- Leading Beyond Projects
- Leading with Impact: Leveraging Your Leadership
- Management 2: The Advanced Managers Course
- Maximizing Leadership Impact with Emotional Intelligence
- Strategic Management
- Successful Business Negotiating Strategies for Managers
- Successfully Managing in a Unionized Work Environment
- What the Non-Financial Manager Needs To Know About Financial and Managerial Accounting
- Winning Sales Strategies
Micro-credential OSAP application deadlines:
Applications must be received no later than the last day of the study period. Supporting documents and review requests must be received no later than 5 days after the last day of the study period.
For more information, please visit the Ontario Ministry of Education’s Micro-credentials from Ontario’s postsecondary schools information page. Please note the following exceptions that may affect OSAP funding eligibility for our certificates:
- Students receiving Second Career funding for a micro-credential during their study period are ineligible.
- Although grants will not be converted to loans, a grant may become repayable if a student withdraws, is determined to be overpaid in grant funding, or income cannot be verified within one year.
- A student cannot receive OSAP for micro-credential assistance for their study period if it overlaps with another micro-credential study period in which they are concurrently receiving OSAP for micro-credential funding. However, students may overlap their micro-credential study period with a study period that is part of a different full- or part-time program that they are concurrently receiving funding for through Full-Time OSAP or Part-Time OSAP, provided that OSAP funding was not assessed for the micro-credential course(s) through a Full-Time or Part-Time OSAP application.