Qualifications of College Members
Top 30 Additional Qualifications Awarded in 2020, by Subject
|Special Education, Part 1||4,081|
|Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Part 1||2,581|
|Teaching English Language Learners, Part 1||2,100|
|Special Education, Part 2||1,803|
|Religious Education in Catholic Schools, Part 1||1,644|
|Reading, Part 1||1,574|
|Special Education, Specialist||1,279|
|Teaching Students with Communication Needs (Autism Spectrum Disorder)||1,225|
|Guidance and Career Education, Part 1||1,202|
|Kindergarten, Part 1||1,099|
|Principal's Qualification, Part 1||988|
|Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Part 2||938|
|Principal's Qualification, Part 2||765|
|French as a Second Language, Part 1||705|
|Teacher Librarian, Part 1||594|
|Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Specialist||546|
|Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction, Part 1||467|
|French as a Second Language, Part 2||442|
|Religious Education in Catholic Schools, Part 2||442|
|Teaching and Learning through e-learning||437|
|Teaching English Language Learners, Part 2||414|
|Co-operative Education, Part 1||381|
|Special Education for Administrators||369|
|Reading, Part 2||357|
|Guidance and Career Education, Part 2||343|
|French as a Second Language, Specialist||311|
|Kindergarten, Part 2||297|
|Mathématiques (cycles primaire et moyen), partie 1||293|
|Religious Education in Catholic Schools, Specialist||288|
Total Number of Additional Qualifications Awarded Annually
In 2011: 41,645.
In 2012: 37,626.
In 2013: 34,528.
In 2014: 35,041.
In 2015: 33,685.
In 2016: 34,497.
In 2017: 31,348.
In 2018: 31,231.
In 2019: 28,218.
In 2020: 36,010.
Members with Principal's Qualifications
"X" is a third gender identifier for use by people identifying at Trans, Non-Binary, Two Spirited or Binary as well as anyone who chooses not to display their gender identity.
In 2011: 10,205 female members and 6,927 male members. Total: 17,132.
In 2012: 9,826 female members and 6,581 male members. Total: 16,407.
In 2013: 9,427 female members and 6,243 male members. Total: 15,670.
In 2014: 9,008 female members and 5,941 male members. Total: 14,949.
In 2015: 8,623 female members and 5,628 male members. Total: 14,251.
In 2016: 8,270 female members and 5,343 male members. Total: 13,613.
In 2017: 7,896 female ;members and 5,039 male members. Total: 12,935.
In 2018: 7,552 female members, 4,786 male members and 1 X member. Total: 12,339.
In 2019: 7,301 female members, 4,593 male members and 1 X member. Total: 11,895.
In 2020: 6,870 female members, 4,319 male members and 1 X member. Total: 11,190.
Members with Supervisory Officer's Qualifications
In 2011, 1,017 female members and 822 male members. Total: 1,839.
In 2012, 1,048 female members and 827 male members. Total: 1,875.
In 2013, 1,064 female members and 817 male members. Total: 1,881.
In 2014, 1,070 female members and 801 male members. Total: 1,871.
In 2015, 1,059 female members and 800 male members. Total: 1,859.
In 2016, 1,055 female members and 794 male members. Total: 1,849.
In 2017, 1,035 female members and 787 male members. Total: 1,822.
In 2018, 1,043 female members and 769 male members. Total: 1,812.
In 2019, 1,062 female members and 778 male members. Total: 1,840.
In 2020: 1,037 female members and 760 male members. Total: 1,797.
Number of AQ Courses Submitted by Accredited Provider
Note: these statistics represent AQ courses that have been submitted for accreditation. There may be differences from year to year due to individual provider processes and allocation.
|Association des directions et directions adjointes des écoles franco-ontariennes (ADFO)||0|
|Association des gestionnaires de l’éducation franco-ontarienne (AGÉFO)||0|
|Association for Media Literacy (AML)||1|
|Catholic Community Delivery Organization (CCDO)||0|
|Catholic Principals' Council of Ontario (CPCO)||3|
|Centre franco-ontarien de ressources pédagogiques (CFORP)||0|
|Charles Sturt University in Ontario||0|
|Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board||1|
|Durham District School Board||0|
|Eastern Ontario Staff Development Network (EOSDN)||0|
|Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (ETFO)||3|
|Halton Catholic District School Board||3|
|Halton District School Board||0|
|Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board||2|
|Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board||1|
|Indigenous Education Coalition (IEC)||0|
|Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board||0|
|Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute||0|
|Lakehead District School Board||0|
|Le Centre franco||6|
|Niagara College Canada||0|
|Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECTA)||15|
|Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto||0|
|Ontario Principals' Council (OPC)||1|
|Ontario School Counsellors' Association||0|
|Ontario Tech University||4|
|Ottawa Catholic School Board||0|
|Peel District School Board||0|
|Rainy River District School Board||0|
|Redeemer University College||0|
|Royal Conservatory of Music||0|
|Saint Paul University||0|
|Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology||0|
|Six Nations Polytechnic||0|
|St. Clair Catholic District School Board||0|
|The University of Western Ontario||67|
|Toronto District School Board||0|
|University of Ontario Institute of Technology||0|
|University of Ottawa||1|
|University of Windsor||5|
|Upper Canada District School Board||0|
|W. Ross MacDonald School for the Blind/Ministry of Education Provincial Schools Branch||0|
|Wilfrid Laurier University||0|
|York Catholic District School Board||4|
|York Region District School Board||2|