Thursday, August 04 | 1:00PM–2:00PM ET | Online

Webinar | Seneca's Journey to Delivering Impactful Cloud Skills in Continuing Ed

This webinar is a part of the EDUCAUSE Industry & Campus Solutions series.

Continuing education is helping to bridge the skill gaps in the industry. Niche educational courses are being designed for specific job roles. With the adoption of cloud platforms, cloud-related technology courses are among the top-pursued curricula in continued education.

While higher education institutions are trying to address the high demand, they face many challenges in course delivery, operations, and management of cloud-based lab environments. Accessibility, expenses, and inadequate technical configurations are among their major obstacles.

A pioneer in the Canadian education industry, Seneca College has taken a student-centric approach to evolve its campus IT department and deliver impactful continuing education programs on modern cloud technologies. Academic Program Manager David Trinh and Senior Systems Admin Todd Julien from Seneca College will shed light on cloud adoption for course delivery and its scope in terms of cost management, delivery of advanced technology courses, and improved student employment opportunities through hands-on learning.


  • Learn how to leverage cloud platforms at scale while delivering hands-on labs for modern technology courses
  • Deliver continuing education programs covering modern cloud technologies like Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform
  • Learn how to manage, track, and optimize cloud spending across programs while maintaining an impactful student experience
  • Discover the highest standards of technology course design, instructor facilitation, student experience, and campus-IT innovation with cloud platforms


  • Amit Malik

    COO, Spektra Systems LLC
  • David Trinh

    Academic Program Manager, Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology

Resources & Downloads

  • Transcript

    172 KB, pdf - Updated on 1/21/2024
  • Recording

    Updated on 1/21/2024


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