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If you're an elementary or high school teacher who wants to upgrade your physical and health education pedagogy and curriculum, consider the Graduate Diploma in Physical and Health Education from Douglas College. This graduate diploma focuses on applied learning, with a broad range of courses that will give you knowledge and skills you can use to impact the physical and health education outcomes of your students, implement daily physical activity, and collaborate for change in the movement culture of your school.
Designed by teachers for teachers, this two-year, part-time program was created to work with your schedule. Classes are held evenings, weekends and online, with extended holiday breaks that match your school schedule when possible. Assignments blend new learning with reflection on your practice bringing course topics to life in your work-place.
For information about admission requirements, courses, intake dates and more, visit the Graduate Diploma in Physical and Health Education section of the Program and Course Catalogue.