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JES Online Academy

The JES Online Academy is a new hub to access a range of justice education courses online. In addition to the those listed below, the Justice Education Society is currently working on a series of new online courses. Stay tuned for additional courses that will provide help for separating parents, renters, justice professionals, buyers and owners of condominiums and more…

How to Separate

A free online course for separating couples in BC

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About This Course:

How to Separate is an online course that helps people in BC move through separation or divorce. How to prepare for court, and discover how to settle out of court.

Renting It Right

This online course covers the basics of renting a home in BC and helps you make the right decision choosing a place.

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About This Course:

Renting it Right is designed for prospective tenants who lack renting experiences and recent references. Tenants will learn how to properly assess practical information and resources that will help them have a successful tenancy.

Parenting After Separation

This course covers the same topics as in-person workshops, providing guidance for parents dealing with family break-up.

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About This Course:

Parenting After Separation (PAS) helps parents make informed decisions about their separation which consider their children’s best interests. While anyone can take the course free online, it is mandatory for some separating parents in some BC communities.

Parenting After Separation: Finances

This online course provides helpful information for parents to be better equipped to make financial decisions after separation.

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About This Course:

The PAS Finances online course includes videos, text, worksheets and interactive exercises. Virtual facilitators guide participants through the course content to help them make positive decisions about the way they resolve their financial issues after separation.

Cybersafe BC

This online course provides age-appropriate information and activities for youth between ages 10 and 16.

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About This Course:

Cybersafe BC draws from the RCMP’S iSmart and other best-of-class resources that help BC Youth learn how to play safe and stay safe in the digital world. The course includes: Your Digital Footprint, Online Crime.

YCJA

This course helps teachers learn about the Youth Criminal Justice Act - the law that is applied to youth aged 12-17 who commit a crime.

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About This Course:

The YCJA Teacher Training allows teachers to receive professional development credit from the Justice Education Society for achieving a passing score on the final exam. The course provides core information to help teachers understand the YCJA and be prepared to deliver instructional sessions with their class.