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The Université de Moncton Continuing Education offers many programs and courses through its Edmundston, Moncton and Shippagan campuses and also in Bathurst and Campbellton. For the entire network of the Université, this department organises and supports continuing education and professional development courses, day training sessions, workshops, conferences and seminars for part-time students.
Don’t know where to start with part-time studies? Take a first step: contact us! We’ll be glad to assist you!
Edmundston Office
(506) 737-5057
Moncton Office
(506) 858-4121
Shippagan Office
(506) 336-3408
Your success is our success!

Professional Development

At the Université de Moncton, professional development is more than just training. It's OPPORTUNITY FOR GROWTH!

The Continuing Education of the Université de Moncton is proud to contribute to your professional development and personal enrichment. No matter what type of training you choose, by investing in professional development, you invest in your own future.

Our experienced instructors will meet your training needs in an effective manner. Our training opportunities are based on useful knowledge that, in addition to improving your performance at work, will provide you with the tools needed for improved results. The professional development activities have been designed to ensure an immediate integration in the workplace. You will have an opportunity to interact with people who perform similar work as you do, to review real case studies and to propose solutions.

Possible Funding for Professional Development Activities

The Labour Force Training Program offered by the Post-secondary Education, Training and Labour NB is an employer-driven intervention to invest in the skills development and employment needs of the workforce. For more information about eligibility criteria or to obtain an application form, please click here.


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