A Warm Welcome (Back) to OISE for Michael Cassidy

Sep 9th, 2017  |  News

OISE CPL is delighted to introduce Michael Cassidy, who officially joined "Team OISE CPL" last month as Associate Director, Learning Solutions.

He oversees portfolio business development, education consulting, client/learner engagement and learning administration for our Post-SecondaryWorkplace Learning and Community portfolios. In this past year, Michael has served as a valued member of our Post-Secondary Curriculum Review Committee (CRC), and now in this leadership role, is keen to get started in advancing on a few exciting initiatives and developing impactful solutions for our learners and clients.

Having worked across the education sectors of K-12, Post-Secondary and Workplace Learning Development in various education leadership and business development capacities both nationally and internationally, Michael brings to our team a diverse and expansive suite of professional education and leadership skills/experience. He joins our team from Sheridan College, where in his capacity as Associate Dean for the college’s continuing education division, he oversaw the design, development and quality assurance reviews of various professional programs (both non-credit and for-credit) along with managing the accreditation processes of various association and professional regulatory bodies. Prior to Sheridan, Michael worked in various education business development and consulting roles in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA region). Further to his international experience, Michael led community health and safety learning solutions for the City of Toronto’s Community Housing Corporation and facilitated large scale corporate responsibility projects while with the Evergreen Foundation.

In addition to his professional experience, Michael is an OISE graduate and proud alumnus. He holds an MEd in Curriculum Teaching and Learning as well as a BA from Concordia University in Sociology-Anthropology.

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