Our School Office Clerk Certificate Program is offered part-time, in the evenings, with three intakes each year. Classes are held on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5pm-9pm at Queen Elizabeth Continuing Education Centre located at 9457 King George Blvd., Surrey, BC.
We offer February and October intake (depending upon enrollment), for a total duration of 12 weeks. All instruction is provided in-person, with 2 full weeks of arranged practicum within a Surrey School office. Please note that the 2 weeks of practicum takes place during school hours, Monday to Friday.
This program requires full attendance, however if you have a required medical appointment, are sick or have another necessary obligation, please speak with your instructor ahead of time. Other frequently asked questions about the program can be found at the bottom of the entrance requirements page.
Our current program will start on February 5th 2024 and run until May 2nd 2024. There will be 2 weeks of arranged practicum included for the weeks of March 4-9 and April 15-19 that will take place during daytime school hours. Your location will be arranged for you based on many factors to ensure the schools needs are not being compromised and therefore requests and accommodations are not accepted.
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