The second edition of the complete guide to the regulation and operation of private career colleges in Ontario contains key updates to address the explosion of the online education industry, an increased interest from foreign investors, the challenges of dealing with government regulators which are being experienced in other provinces, sexual violence, bullying and more. Practice area experts Rosen and Wolfish guide the reader through pivotal issues such as successfully applying for the highly coveted degree-granting status, how to remain exempt from the Act, how to negotiate financial security and bonding and how to avoid advertising practices which could attract monetary penalties. This text fulfils the need for informed guidance on relevant regulation and enforcement issues found in the legislation whether you are an administrator, investor, student or a lawyer representing any of these groups. This key work follows through all aspects of the legislation from start to finish with the chapters corresponding to each part in the Act.
New in this edition
- Challenge of dealing with government regulators and requirements
- Growing popularity of online education – how online educators can qualify as degree granting institutions
- The mandated approach to sexual violence
- Bullying and the drafting of anti-bullying policies – new section (evolving doctrine)
- Case law updates