COVID-19 Updates: In response to the increasing COVID-19 positive cases, Premier Doug Ford has moved Toronto into the grey “Lockdown” zone starting 23rd November, 2020. This decision has been taken to slow down the transmission rate and help keep the most vulnerable safe. The health and safety of our students and the Freedom College community is our number one priority. We have shared responsibilities in following the recommendations of the Government of Canada and Provincial and Local Public Health authorities. Freedom College is committed to meeting the measures outlined for as long as it is required by the Government.: November 23rd 2020 - December 31st 2022
Freedom College is a proud member of the National Association of Career Colleges and Career Colleges Ontario : March 29th 2021
Registration for 2021 - 2022 Falls begins June 2021. Winter Registration begins October 2021 and Summer registration starts April 2022: December 1st 2021 - December 3rd 2022
Registrations Open: Keeping in mind the health and safety of our staff and students during the COVID-19 pandemic Freedom College continues to provide the PSW and DSW program classes online. Registrations for May 2022 intake are open.: March 2nd 2022 - August 31st 2022
We are currently accepting applications for Developmental Services Worker and Personal Support Worker programs. Registration is on-going. We also offer the NACC PSW Certificate program. : April 27th 2022
Freedom College of Business, Healthcare and Technology Inc. is now offering online classes in NACC -PSW and Developmental Services Worker. : April 28th 2022
Freedom College of Business, Healthcare and Technology Inc. is pleased to inform you that the College's COVID-19 readiness plan has been approved by the Government of Canada as Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs).
See IRCC's list of DLIs with approved COVID-19 readiness plans. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Designated learning institutions reopening to international students - Canada.ca
The approval means the students who meet the requirements criteria outlined by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will be able to travel to Canada. Travelers should not make any travel plans until they have met all requirements and received all necessary authorizations.
International students can now enter Canada with a valid study permit or letter of introduction that shows that you are approved for a study permit. In addition to having a study permit or a letter of introduction, students must also have a valid Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA).