Qualifications of College Members
Top 30 Additional Qualifications Awarded in 2019, by Subject
|Special Education, Part 1||3,091|
|Teaching English Language Learners, Part 1||1,690|
|Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Part 1||1,656|
|Special Education, Part 2||1,572|
|Religious Education in Catholic Schools, Part 1||1,337|
|Special Education, Specialist||1,233|
|Reading, Part 1||1,057|
|Principal's Qualification, Part 1||969|
|Principal's Qualification, Part 2||955|
|Guidance and Career Education, Part 1||851|
|Kindergarten, Part 1||702|
|Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Part 2||625|
|Teacher Librarian, Part 1||576|
|French as a Second Language, Part 1||543|
|Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Specialist||456|
|French as a Second Language, Part 2||369|
|Co-operative Education, Part 1||348|
|Guidance and Career Education, Part 2||326|
|Teaching English Language Learners, Part 2||321|
|Reading, Part 2||300|
|Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction, Part 1||299|
|Religious Education in Catholic Schools, Part 2||296|
|Kindergarten, Part 2||256|
|First Nation, Métis and Inuit Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures, Pt 1||255|
|Guidance and Career Education, Specialist||239|
|Religious Education in Catholic Schools, Specialist||236|
|Éducation de l'enfance en difficulté, partie 1||233|
|French as a Second Language, Specialist||229|
|Teaching English Language Learners, Specialist||218|
Total Number of Additional Qualifications Awarded Annually
In 2010, 43,749.
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.
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 2010, 10,482 female members and 7,182 male members. Total: 17,664.
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.
Members with Supervisory Officer's Qualifications
In 2010, 1,005 female members and 824 male members. Total: 1,829.
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.
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)||2|
|Association des gestionnaires de l'éducation franco-ontarienne (AGÉFO)||0|
|Catholic Community Delivery Organization (CCDO)||1|
|Catholic Principals' Council of Ontario (CPCO)||0|
|Centre franco-ontarien de ressources pédagogiques (CFORP)||1|
|Charles Sturt University in Ontario||0|
|Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board||0|
|Durham District School Board||7|
|Eastern Ontario Staff Development Network (EOSDN)||1|
|Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (ETFO)||7|
|Halton Catholic District School Board||1|
|Halton District School Board||1|
|Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board||0|
|Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board||0|
|Indigenous Education Coalition (IEC)||0|
|Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board||0|
|Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute||0|
|Lakehead District School Board||0|
|Niagara College Canada||1|
|Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECTA)||1|
|Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto||7|
|Ontario Principals' Council (OPC)||3|
|Ontario School Counsellors' Association||2|
|Ottawa Catholic School Board||0|
|Peel District School Board||0|
|Rainy River District School Board||0|
|Redeemer University College||0|
|Royal Conservatory of Music||3|
|Saint Paul University||0|
|Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology||0|
|Six Nations Polytechnic||1|
|St. Clair Catholic District School Board||0|
|The University of Western Ontario||5|
|Toronto District School Board||3|
|University of Ontario Institute of Technology||1|
|University of Ottawa||8|
|University of Windsor||3|
|Upper Canada District School Board||0|
|W. Ross MacDonald School for the Blind/Ministry of Education Provincial Schools Branch||0|
|Wilfrid Laurier University||4|
|York Catholic District School Board||5|
|York Region District School Board||2|