How do NSELC professional development sessions get scheduled? Who decides when and where?
The NSELC tries to schedule modules/workshops in various Nova Scotia locations throughout the year. In addition, individual school boards make requests for specific professional learning sessions. Individual educational leaders may also request the NSELC to run a program/module/workshop that supports a specific need in their department/school/Board.
A reminder that 15 participants is the minimum number required for an NSELC professional learning activity.
What if I want to take a specific module or workshop and I do not see one currently offered?
If you are looking for a specific offering and it is not currently listed on our website schedule you can fill out our on-line “Wait List” form!
When we have a new listing we will e-mail all those who are on that wait list. If you are still interested at that point in time, you can then register online.
Please note that you will not be automatically registered, you must adhere to the registration process once it is made available, if you are interested.
Are NSELC modules accepted for credit in University Masters Programs?
Our website provides information on the way in which Acadia University, Cape Breton University, Mount St. Vincent University, and St. Francis Xavier University recognize modules as part of their Masters programs.
Please contact the university graduate advisor for further information.