Each module, including the practicum is 50 hours in length. It is an intensive professional development program which candidates must complete successfully, within a five year time frame for certification in Ontario either as an Academic or a Business Supervisory Officer. EOSDN modules are offered in Public and Catholic District School Board work environments throughout Eastern Ontario to provide varied perspectives and authentic work experiences for candidates.
Module Costs: $1,128.87 (includes applicable taxes)
NOTE: TAX Receipts will be issued in February for sessions attended in the previous calendar year.
EOSDN SOQP Schedule
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Module 3 - Provincial Leadership Perspective
Session 1 (Kemptville): February 6-7, 2020
Session 2 (Ottawa): February 19, 20, 21, 2020
Faciitators: John Cameron and Mary Jane Farrish
DEADLINE to REGISTER: January 8, 2020
Module 4 - System Leadership Perspective
On-line and Blended Learning: Monday, April 6, 2020 to Saturday, May 30, 2020
Face-to-face Sessions: May 28, 29, 30, 2020
Renfrew County DSB and Renfrew County CDSB
Facilitators: Mark Searson and Brent McIntyre
DEADLINE to REGISTER: March 6, 2020
Please contact EOSDN directly if you have further questions. Only applicants who have been accepted into the Program are eligible register for a module.
Modules are facilitated by practicing Supervisory Officers (Directors, Associate Directors and Superintendents), working in Public and Catholic District School Boards. Registered candidates will receive module expectations, reading lists and technical requirements and supports (if applicable) directly from the module facilitators. Candidates may chose the order and timing by which they complete the modules.
The Leadership Practicum
The Practicum is offered concurrently to instructional modules and is supported by the EOSDN Practicum Coordinator,
Barb Fraser-Stiff. Please contact the Coordinator by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a copy of the Ontario College of Teachers SOQP Guideline, please access the following link: SOQP Guideline
FAQ: OCT FAQ
Evaluation of the Program
Candidates will prepare reports, make presentations, respond to cases studies, and write papers to demonstrate their level of understanding and growth. Candidates must maintain a Professional Portfolio throughout the program. Upon successful completion of the four modules and Leadership Practicum, candidates will participate in an exit exercise which includes a presentation of their Professional Portfolio and Practicum.
Consolidated Ontario Education Statutes and Regulations - Available to Candidates Online Effective October 1, 2016
SOQP Application Forms, Handbooks and Fillable Forms
Please note: The following forms are fillable and may be saved to your desktop for completion and submission as directed.
- Application for Academic Admission
- Application for Business Admission
- Candidate's Handbook
- Leadership Practicum Handbook
Leadership Practicum Fillable Forms
All forms are ready to save on to your desktop and/or to print and complete later.