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Decision-making made easy! This tool gives you a breakdown of individual programs offered at George Brown College and how they differ from other programs you’re interested in. Use this tool to select up to 10 programs to compare, helping you make the right choice for the career you want.
Instructions:

1. Under Program Comparison, click Add a New Program

2. Search for one of the programs you’re interested in (either alphabetically, by interest or by job)

3. Click on the title of the program in the menu

4. Click Add to Comparison

5. Continue searching for programs using steps 2-4

6. When you’re done, clicking Program Comparison will give you a preview of the programs and the option to delete, add or clear all

7. Open Program Compare for more details and an easy-to-read comparison of the programs you’ve selected

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What's New

 A booklet on Creating Accessible Documents PDF icon 

This booklet is also available in an accessible word document word icon 

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An AODA poster is now available for you to download and print PDF icon 

AODA Poster 01 

A brochure with information on how to provide feedback  is now available for you to download and print PDF icon 

AODA Brochure 

 

The final proposed accessible employment standard has been submitted for consideration as law.  You can access a copy of this standard at the Ministry of Social and Community Services website.

A certificate course for Web content developers and authors that offers knowledge on how to create Web sites that comply with accessibility standards.  This course was developed at the Adaptive Technology Resource Center at the University of Toronto in collaboration with the Accessibility Directorate, Cantor Access Inc., and Vubiz Inc.  For more information visit A Tutor's Understanding Web Accessibility.

ATRC also developed a program to prepare information and communication professionals in meeting the information and communication standard of the AODA.  For more information visit the University of Toronto's Adaptive Technology Resource Centre.

A Way with Words is a list of preferred words and phrases that will assist you in choosing and using language that is respectful of people with disabilities.

Download PDF manual PDF icon 

AODA Words