2012-2013 Key Performance Indicators
What are KPI’s?
Key Performance Indicators (KPI) are a province-wide accountability tool to measure how well Ontario colleges meet the needs of students and the marketplace. KPI’s are conducted annually by an independent body on behalf of the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and the colleges' umbrella group, Colleges Ontario.
What Type of Information/Data are We Seeking?
KPI’s determine the rates and levels of satisfaction among students, graduates, and employers of our graduates through extensive surveying in the following five areas:
- Graduate job placement
- Graduate satisfaction
- Employer satisfaction
- Student satisfaction
- Graduation rate
How Does Canadore Measure Up?
Canadore still maintains a lead over the Provincial average for overall quality of the learning experience and with persistence, we will continue closing the gaps in helping our students achieve their best.
College Program Indicators All Ontario Postsecondary Institutions are required to provide students with information on Ontario Student Loan Default Rates Graduate Employment Rates, and Graduation Rates for ministry funded postsecondary programs. You can obtain information for Canadore College programs by clicking on the link below. OSAP Performance Indicators include the default rates for students issued Ontario Student Loans.