Adult Special Education

Douglas College offers Adult Special Education (ASE) programs to people with disabilities or barriers to education and employment. Programs help students identify career paths, develop work skills, or move on to additional education or employment.

Graduates of our programs have obtained employment in a wide range of fields including: retail and wholesale, distribution and warehousing, assembly, food services, customer service, hospitality and tourism.

Career Preparation 

These three programs help students explore what type of work they may do in the future:

Skills Training 

These four programs train students in skills specific to one of the following areas:

For more information, contact us by phone at  604 527 5591 or by e-mail at

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