For more than 30 years with over 50 Academy of Learning® College campuses, Academy of Learning Career College continues to meet adult learners’ changing needs by leveraging technology to offer an innovative method of learning – virtual learning. Students have the opportunity to learn and participate in a Virtual Classroom and participate in a live session with their instructor every day. Students also master the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their future careers through online digital media, textbooks, and software programs. A community of like-minded learners who are also changing their lives is just a click away!
In more recent years, Academy of Learning® Career College adopted “e-learning” technology as an extension of the Integrated Learning™ System. Students complete course materials presented within a comprehensive Academy Online system. This system incorporates online presentations, tutorials and media that combine with access to instructional materials, simulated labs, exercises, as well as quizzes, review questions, or pre- and post-tests. In this delivery method, students are supported by a qualified Online Instructor or an on-site qualified campus Facilitator.
HOW DOES IT WORKS
Course materials and instructions provide an all encompassing learning experience using multi-sensory learning styles and preferences through student workbooks, media presentations, and hands-on exercises. These learning styles are supported by an on-site qualified college facilitator. This learning style also applies to Academy of Learning’s Online ILS Hybrid cours
ENHANCED INDIVIDUAL LEARNING
An Integrated Learning System that focuses on each person’s unique learning experience. Unlike other learning systems, ILS recognizes that every learner is unique and meets them exactly where they are. ILS draws on learners’ individual strengths and helps auditory, visual, read/write, and kinesthetic learners master the essential knowledge and skills they need to be job-ready.
TAILORED FOR LEARNING SUCCESS
ILS uses a competency-based, building block approach, steadily increasing learners’ skills and presenting them with opportunities to apply what they’ve learned in authentic situations. Viewing, reading, listening, and hands-on tasks combined with personalized, one-on-one support from a qualified facilitator is our recipe for success.
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Community Services Workers are also known as Social Services Workers or Human Services Workers; they administrate numerous types of social assistance programs and community services to help people deal with personal or social difficulties. Community Services Workers work in a variety of professional areas, ranging from child and youth service, rehabilitation, veteran service, addiction service, to senior care, personal care, and other social works. It is their responsibility to provide care, support and counselling for individuals dealing with issues such as addiction, substance abuse, human relationships and rehabilitation.
Most Community Services Workers are employed by social service and
government agencies, mental health agencies, group homes, shelters,
substance abuse centers, school boards, correctional facilities, or
other organizations with a focus on community outreach and personal
care. Their responsibility may be associated with one single client or a
community group depending on the type of services required. Most of
Community Services Workers’ duties are conducted in an office
environment, with possible involvement of home support under housing
programs supported by local government or group homes.
What does Community Services Worker do?
According to Service Canada and National Household Survey data,
in 2011 approximately 58% of community and social service workers
worked in the health care and social assistance sector. About 15% worked
in public administration, primarily as income security program
administrators, mainly in the provincial civil service, but also in
municipal government. Another 14% worked in associations, especially
civil and social organizations (8%).
As a Community Services Worker, it is your duty to arrange
face-to-face appointments for individuals or group gatherings for
communities; you need to provide professional counseling for clients who
need advice or guidance in dealing with psychological, biological, or
behavioral issues. In addition, providing emotional support for clients
is another essential part of this role. Even though Community
Services Workers operate during standard business hours, they are also
required to take on the responsibility of emotional support during
weekends and after-hours when needed. Being a Community Services Worker,
no only do you help others improve their lives, you also make a crucial
impact on their lives and eventually become a part of their lives.
How to become a Community Services Worker
In order to become A qualified Community Services Worker, you need to
obtain knowledge of the basic social work practices and social
services; you need to have the ability to understand and accept the
needs and rights of others and to work with a wide range of service
recipients; you need to have the ability to express ideas effectively;
you also need great communication and interpersonal skills to maintain a
supportive social service relationship with your clients.
Generally, you need a diploma in social service work, special care counselling or correctional intervention to become a Community Service Worker. Previous experiences in the social services sector as a volunteer or a former service recipient may also help increase you chance of future employment.
How much does a Community Services Worker make?
According to PayScale
Canada, A Community Services Worker earns an average wage of C$16.90
per hour. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 20
years in this field. Pay for this job does not change too much by
experience, and skills in Counseling are associated with high pay for
this job. The national average salary of Community Services
Workers in Canada ranges from $27,389 to $46.414 per year, with extra
overtime pay from $13.94/hr to $34,93/hr.
The job outlook for Community Service Workers
According to Service Canada, over the past few years, the
number of Community and Social Services Workers has risen very sharply,
resulting from the large increase in social service needs. Associated
with this growth, more and more communities and organizations are
actively looking for Community Services Workers to fulfill their
clients’ needs. Since the community network is now well
established and the number of income security claimants should continue,
the number of Community and Social Services Workers is expected to grow
sharply over the next few years, but at a more moderate pace than
At our college, a well-trained Community Service Worker (CSW) is equipped with a flexible, adaptable career path. Our CSW program provides students with the base knowledge, skills, and work experience to become permanently employable in a CSW setting. As the largest career college in Canada, Academy of Learning has been changing lives since 1987. Browse our program listing by province and discover the best Community Services Program for you!
Our college is now accepting students for Community Service Worker Diploma Program.See full program information here. Call us today at 905-273-6788
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Personal Support Workers (PSWs) jobs are high demand in Ontario and many parts of Canada. If you’re looking for a stable health care career, our Personal Support Worker s(PSWs) Program is an excellent choice to start your health care career. Our aging population is expected to continue creating jobs for PSWs well into the future.
Currently, there is an urgent need for Personal Support Worker s(PSWs) across the healthcare system to increase front-line workforce capacity in response to COVID-19 in Canada. To attract newly graduated Personal Support Workers to work in Long-Term Care homes and Home and Community Care agencies in greatest need across Ontario, this initiative provides a $5,000 incentive to support hiring recent PSW graduates in exchange for a six-month commitment to an eligible employer.
PSWs who have graduated from their Personal Support Worker s(PSWs) Ontario PSW training program* on or after April 1, 2020 are eligible to apply for approved opportunities via HFOJobs.ca.
is a free government-funded job board and registration takes less than
one-minute. Postings will continue to be added to HFOJobs.ca. Create a
job alert to receive an email notification when new postings are added.
employer will recruit using their standard recruitment process, and
priority will be given to PSWs not currently employed in a PSW role
providing patient care. It is the responsibility of the employer to
submit a request for funding to Ontario Health on behalf of eligible
To be eligible for this incentive, you must start a
six-month commitment with an eligible employer no later than January 15,
2021. Priority approval will be given to applicants who start as soon as possible.
Do you know that over 30% students learn about our college through a student referral? It’s true! We encourage you to invite more students to our college who would benefit from our life-changing educational courses. Meanwhile, you can benefit from the referral too. Each time the student you refer enrolls in one of our diploma-level programs, you will receive a referral reward. The award can be as high as $1,700 per month or even more! We will also offer the referred student a laptop as enrollment gift.
About the Program
Eligible Courses for Referral: Only Diploma-level Courses
Award Amount: $200 for the first referral, $300 for the second, $400 for the third and onward.
*Gift for Referred Student:
Each referred student who enroll between Oct 20th and Nov 30th, 2020 will get a laptop for virtual learning as their enrollment gift.
Have you spent the last few years raising a family, serving in the
military, or coping with an illness? Whatever your reason for leaving
the workforce, it can be challenging and intimidating finding a way back
in. Below are tips for reentering the workforce to help you land your
next role and get you up to speed as quickly as possible.
1. Do your research.
While you may think “taking just a few years away” isn’t long, the job market can evolve in just a short period of time. It’s important to understand what types of roles companies are looking for, and what skills you’ll need to land those jobs.
2. Update your skills.
If you haven’t kept up with new developments in your field, it’s
normal for some of your skills to slip or become outdated. You’ve likely
fallen behind the competition, and you’ll need to do some catching-up.
Spend a few hours a day researching the latest trends in your industry by reading books, blogs, videos, articles, and other resources. Also, consider taking a few classes or getting a diploma or certificate. This will help you gain the skills and knowledge specific to the job that you want. Plus, having it on your resume may give you a competitive edge over other applicants.
3. Update your resume.
Your time away might make you feel like you have nothing new to add
to your resume, but many times that’s not true. Try to think of any
projects, volunteer work, classes, or skills you have developed during
Be upfront with your employment gap, but demonstrate that you’ve dedicated time to improving yourself as a worker and human being. Focus on your skills and successes, and be able to explain how these can relate to the job you’re now applying for.
4. Consider temporary or part-time work.
The reality of reentering the workforce is that you might have to make some compromises, especially in the beginning. Be open to temporary, part-time, project or contract work.
These types of jobs can be a great opportunity to ease into the
workforce before taking on a full-time schedule. Temporary positions
also allow you to sample different roles and companies, which will help
you figure out where you fit best.
5. Be confident.
Getting back into the job search can be nerve-racking! However, it’s important to approach this process with a positive attitude, confidence in yourself, and confidence in your own abilities.
Practice answering common interview questions until it comes
naturally. Whenever you get discouraged, remember where your strengths
lie: education, experience, soft skills and determination.
With time, patience and perseverance, the right job will come your way.
About Academy of Learning Career College
At Academy of Learning Career College, Canada’s recognized leader in private education, we’re committed to your success. Our programs are designed to help you reach your goals quickly and easily, in a setting that builds confidence and skills.
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A business administration diploma can open the door to a huge variety
of career possibilities! Careers in accounting and finance, marketing,
production, operations, human resources, and general administration are
typically available to graduates who possess the proper combination of
business skills, experience, personal ability, and aptitude.
Here are 5 examples of careers that you can pursue with a business administration diploma. (Source: Jobbank.ca)
1. Sales Administrator
Sales administrators and sales managers
plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of
establishments and departments involved in commercial, industrial,
institutional, e-business and wholesale and retail sales.
On average, Sales Administrators in Canada make $41.54 per hour.
Job duties include:
Plan direct and evaluate the activities of sales departments in commercial, industrial, wholesale and retail and other establishments
Establish organizational policies and procedures in relation to sales
Lead sales team in building relationships with business clients and manage negotiations of sales contracts
Recruit, organize, train and manage staff
May work with the marketing department to understand and communicate marketing messages to the field.
2. Financial Auditors and Accountants
Financial auditors and accountants
examine and analyze the accounting and financial records of individuals
and establishments to ensure accuracy and compliance with established
accounting standards and procedures. Accountants plan, organize and
administer accounting systems for individuals and establishments.
On average, financial auditors and accountants in Canada make $32.82 per hour.
Job duties include:
detailed reports on audit findings and make recommendations to improve
individual or establishment’s accounting and management practices
field audits of businesses to ensure compliance with provisions of the
Income Tax Act, Canadian Business Corporations Act or other statutory
up and administer accounting systems and prepare financial information
for individuals, departments within organizations, businesses and other
Analyze financial statements and reports and provide financial, business and tax advice
3. Advertising, Marketing, or Public Relations Manager
Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of
establishments and departments involved in commercial, industrial and
e-business advertising, marketing and public relations. They are
employed by commercial and industrial establishments, government
departments, and advertising, marketing and public relations firms or
On average, Advertising, Marketing, or Public Relations Manager in Canada make $39.90 per hour.
Job duties include:
managers plan, direct and evaluate the activities of firms and
departments that develop and implement advertising campaigns to promote
the sales of products and services.
managers establish distribution networks for products and services,
initiate market research studies and analyze their findings, assist in
product development, and direct and evaluate the marketing strategies of
relations managers direct and evaluate establishments and departments
that develop and implement communication strategies and information
programs, publicize activities and events, and maintain media relations
on behalf of businesses, governments and other organizations.
managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the design,
development and maintenance of Internet and Intranet sites to manage an
organization’s Internet presence including public relations,
communications and commercial activities.
4. Human Resources Generalist
Human resources professionals
develop, implement and evaluate human resources and labour relations
policies, programs and procedures and advise managers and employers on
human resources matters. Human resources professionals are employed
throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.
On average, Human Resources Generalists in Canada make $35.38 per hour.
Job duties include:
develop, implement and evaluate human resources and labour relations
strategies including policies, programs and procedures to address an
organization’s human resource requirements
administer staffing, total compensation, training and career
development, employee assistance, employment equity and affirmative
Hire and oversee training of staff
Research employee benefit and health and safety practices and recommend changes or modifications to existing policies.
5. Office Manager
Administrative officers oversee
and implement administrative procedures, establish work priorities,
conduct analyses of administrative operations and co-ordinate
acquisition of administrative services such as office space, supplies
and security services. They are employed throughout the private and
public sectors. Administrative officers who are supervisors are included
in this group.
On average, Office Managers and Administrative Officers in Canada make $24.00 per hour.
Job duties include:
Oversee and co-ordinate office administrative procedures and review, evaluate and implement new procedures
Establish work priorities, delegate work to office support staff, and ensure deadlines are met and procedures are followed
policies and procedures related to the release of records in processing
requests under government access to information and privacy legislation
and plan for office services, such as accommodation, relocations,
equipment, supplies, forms, disposal of assets, parking, maintenance and
Ready for a career in business?
Our Business Administration program exposes students to a vast array of business knowledge, management and administration skills, and practical tools that will assist them in addressing situations that arise within a business-related career. See program information here.
Any questions? Call us at 905-273-6788.
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Every day, healthcare support workers
make a difference in the lives of their patients. Whether they are
providing personal care to a patient or coordinating services at a
hospital or clinic, healthcare workers play a critical role in keeping
Canadians healthier and happier.
2. You’re ready & willing to learn new technical skills.
Becoming a medical office assistant, health unit coordinator, or health care aide requires learning specific technical skills. You will need to become familiar with a range of medical terms as well as new computer software.
At Academy of Learning Career College, our healthcare students complete challenging courses such as:
Anatomy and physiology,
Clinical procedures, and
EHR, billing and coding.
AOLCC lets students complete coursework at their own pace, and offers continuous one-on-one support from friendly instructors. So, as long as you’re ready and willing to learn, you’ll have no trouble at all developing the technical skills you need to succeed in healthcare.
3. You seek an in-demand career with financial stability.
An expanding healthcare sector across Canada has created increased demand for skilled, trained personnel. Studies by the Government of Canada’s Job Bank say employment outlook is promising for the following reasons:
The moment when you decide to become a medical office assistant
is the moment when you decide to join a profession determined to help
those in your community. Medical office assistants can be found working
in a number of different settings, including mental health facilities,
doctor’s offices, hospital admitting departments, research facilities,
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on many different
healthcare services. Some have already experienced a spike in demand,
while other services, like mental health services, are predicted to soon
be in increased demand.
Medical office assistants have an important part to play in the fight
against COVID-19. How has their work adapted to these new
circumstances? Here’s a look at just some of the ways medical office
assistant careers have been impacted.
COVID-19 Has Changed the Scheduling of In-Person Visits
In-person visits are an important and necessary part of healthcare.
Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, some doctor’s appointments such as
vaccinations, pre-natal check-ups, and more still need to be conducted
However, this isn’t to say that nothing has changed when it comes to
scheduling in-person appointments. Medical office assistants are now
making sure to screen patients for COVID-19 symptoms before their
check-up. This could be done over the phone, as patients are asked if
they have a cough or fever. Important notices about office policies can
also be communicated by mass email so that even before booking an
appointment, patients know to monitor and report their symptoms.
Screening patients can help to reduce risk and limit the spread of the virus
Depending on the nature of the appointment, other changes might also be made. Some offices might try scheduling home visits if possible, in order to limit staff exposure. Whether working from home or in the office, one thing is for sure though; professionals with a medical office assistant diploma are working hard to keep services running smoothly.
Professionals with Medical Office Assistant Careers Are Now Scheduling Many Virtual Appointments
If you’re organized, a great communicator, and want to help others, you could be ideally suited to a medical office assistant career. Those qualities will serve you well throughout your career. They’re also qualities that top professionals are using now to provide creative solutions to the challenges brought on by the pandemic. In fact, many appointments are also being done virtually rather than in the office. This is helping to make sure that patients still get the care they need, while also avoiding any unnecessary risk. However, it means that careful communication and a few changes to scheduling need to be made to ensure that everything runs smoothly. For example, medical office assistants might want to make sure that patients have the necessary video conferencing app to conduct their appointment virtually.
Through their hard work, medical office assistants are helping to limit the spread of the virus and make sure that patients can access the healthcare they need. With the help of medical office assistant courses, you can join these dedicated professionals and also make a difference too!
Are you passionate about helping others?
Your career awaits!
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As you begin new life in Canada, you’re sure to have many questions about your money, such as banking, filling taxes, insurance, etc. Academy of Learning College Mississauga Campus is presenting a free webinar to connect newcomers with information on Money Management as they settle into their new home.
Starting at 11:00am EST on August 15, this online webinar will guide newcomers through a series of useful tips on money management to help them settle well.
•Banking- Important information on personal banking
•Building a credit score- why is building a credit score important in Canada and how to build a credit score properly
•Filling for taxes – important information on filling for taxes and how to file taxes each year
•Benefits from Canadian government – a series of benefits immigrants can have from the government and how to apply for benefits
“Our goal is to transition everyone on the CERB to Employment Insurance. In the coming weeks, we will create a transitional, parallel benefit that is similar to Employment Insurance. This benefit will include access to training, and allow you to work more hours and earn more money. There will also be a sickness and caregivers benefit if you’re not covered at work if you get COVID-19, or if your kids or parents get it and you have to take care of them. We’ll have more details to share in the coming weeks, but here’s the bottom line: we intend to cover every Canadian who is looking for work with a better, 21st century EI system. And there will be no increase to EI premiums during this challenging time.” Updated by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
CERB extended from 16 weeks to 24 weeks for workers who:
stopped working due to COVID-19 or
are eligible for Employment Insurance regular or sickness benefits or
have exhausted their Employment Insurance regular benefits or Employment Insurance fishing benefits between December 29, 2019 and October 3, 2020.
The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) gives financial support
to employed and self-employed Canadians who are directly affected by
If you are eligible, you can receive $2,000 for a 4-week period (the same as $500 a week).
Contact us about CERB Application
Any questions about CERB application? Please call us at 905-273-6788. We are ready to help you with your application.
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I had a great experience with AOLCC. The management is very cooperative and supportive. Ms. Sunita and Ms Meenakshi and the whole staff are wonderful. Competent teachers and caring administration. 🙏🏻😊
Thanks for everything!read more
I attended full time Immigration Consulting classes in 2019/2020 @ AoL Mississauga campus. I found the regular testing of our knowledge in form of weekly/biweekly exams and many group and individual assignments to be avry effective method of learning and reviewing. Highly qualified and experienced instructor, Krishna, has a real teaching talent and huge immigration law knowledge.
The office staff, in particular Jas and Vilma, are true stars, kind and always super helpful. Thank you for your excellent customer service.read more
I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the entire team at AOL Mississauga, for the immense co-operation extended by them. I took up a course in Immigration Consultant , which was entirely a different field for me. Right from Sunita, Meenakshi and of course my teacher Mrs. Elsy Jacob, everyone motivated me and helped me whenever I needed their guidance. Mrs. Jacob is a true inspiration. She is a teacher who devotes a great amount of personal effort and interest to her daily teaching activities, as well as to her students. She has always been receptive to suggestions and responded positively to everything discussed during and after class hours. Ma'am you are making an outstanding contribution to the institution and to each and every student you teach. I would also like to thank Vilma for her continuous support and for giving me a patient hearing throughout my period of study. I would truly recommend this college to anyone. This college has great mentors and motivators. I wish the team of AOL all the best for their future endeavours.read more
I attended Immigration consultant diploma course. At College ,it was a great learning experience for me .The faculty were helpful and always willing to provide any assistance needed. My instructor Prof Jacob was so knowledgeable, I highly recommend her.read more
My experience at The Academy of Learning Mississauga campus was highly enjoyable and extremely rewarding especially thanks to my amazing professor Elsy, ! I have attended various Universities and academic environments, but this College was an academic environment that I was very unfamiliar with. Having small classes and consistent and ongoing support from Elsy, who made my experience a very positive one. I believe in the saying that you get out what you put in, and the commitment I made to taking the Immigration Consultant program proved to be the best decision I have ever made for furthering my career and finding a job. I enjoyed the small class sizes and the flexibility from the schedule and the ongoing assistance of my professor Elsy. I was always able to ask her for help which was always received with a smile and an encouraging response. I had always been interested in the Immigration field and this program at AOL and its courses seemed great - and the fact that it was a program WITH a mandatory Internship, was definitely a plus. This course , instructed by Elsy, was incredibly beneficial for me. Going back to school and making the choice to become further educated, is the very best investment one can make. I was worried about financing, and I received nothing but support from the staff at AOL who were well aware of the industry standards and price for such a Program. It was well worth it.I was offered an internship at a reputable and successful Immigration Office , only after the director learnt I was taught by Elsy ❗️
Finding a job does not come easy - it takes persistence, hard work, and an optimistic attitude among other things. AOL , and especially Elsy. provided me with an experience and an extremely valuable skill set that I now feel truly confident will keep me employed for the rest of my life.
Thank you to all staff at AOL Mississauga Campus And a very special thanks to my awesome instructor, Elsyread more
I have had a wonderful experience with our instructor ,Elsy Jacob , who is an Asset to AOL . She is an efficient teacher and a great human being ... always understanding and compassionate . Her way of leading is her way of teaching . It was a great learning experience ! More power to you Elsy !read more
Started Sept 9th, 2019.
So far I'm loving being back in school. The staff here are super friendly and very helpful when in need. I love the flexibility as being a single mom of 3, you never know what can come up. I'm enjoying all the courses i have completed and i look forward to the courses to come.read more
I enjoyed learning at AOL because not only I was well educated, but I also was given the chance to explore new experiences.. The staff and the instructors are extremely professional. I am in debt to everyone of them. One of the things I really appreciate is that the College creates an atmosphere where students become very close that the relationship goes beyond and friendship continues even after graduation. I take this opportunity to thank everyone at "Academy Of Learning" Mississauga Campus.read more
First impression of the college is The Best Reception. I have experienced excellent service at the reception. Vilma was at reception when I started college , She is amazing , cooperative and very polite. She was very helpful throughout my course. God bless her. Director , Meenakshi is the personality who guided me from day first to last day of my college. She is so so nice, impressive, knowledgable and informative. She guides right way for your future. I am really thankful to her kindness. She is the key of success for the college My Immigration teacher Elsy Jacob is a professional, well experienced and very friendly. I learned a lot from her experience. She does not depend upon books because she has a lot of personal experience in her field which she shares with her students. She teaches in her own way. We are never stressed in her class. We enjoyed her class due to her way of teaching. She is big asset for the college. Overall environment of the college is friendly and all staff is very cooperative and well trained. Thanks to all of them .read more
Lady in the receptionist she is Amazing , when I visited today with my wife I feel comfortable and No Rush and the lady specialist or Business advisor she Help me out and She is explained for me every thing she is Awesome good customer service and 5 🌟 If have more I will give more for Excellent collageread more
I don't really write reviews as I don't like misguiding people, but I decided to write this review as I believe everyone needs to hear about my experience at AOL Mississauga. I need to say that my enrollment was a bliss, the staff was really helpful. I worked a lot with Vilma as she was the admin person at that moment and gosh, this women is a blessing for that college, she answered all my needs with professionalism. The best part of doing my immigration consultant diploma at AOL Mississauga was my lecturer, professor Elsy Jacobs. I call her a true leader because she was more than just a teacher. She is so knowledgeable, understanding and an inspiration. She has impacted my life in so many ways. The environment is really good. Till today I am able to send her a quick question on text. She is my support system. My colleagues and I are better immigration consultants because of this women. I am grateful and will always be to her and to the owners of this college as well. This is a place you will be proud to call home
The building isn't impressive but what comes out of there is a lifetime experience you will be proud of.read more
I obtained my Business Administration Diploma at the Academy of Learning College Mississauga and I am well please with the over all experience attending the college. I will recommend this college to any and everyone . The teachers are great and very patient in assisting you with your career objectives and needs. they push you to be your best in the workforce and see to it that you succeed in your area of expertiseread more
I did immigration consultant diploma there. Krishna is the best instructor and i assure you that if you are going there for same course then join krishna sir's class and attend classes regularly then you will realise that you have taken best decision. He has very vast and practical knowledge about subject.
Other than that other staff and Corordinators Jas, Vilma are doing their job sincerely and they are putting their best to help students.read more
This is not the biggest campus for a career college but it has the biggest heart and it is extremely well located in the heart of Mississauga. Staff are friendly and the ambience very welcoming. The faculty is competent and will go the extra mile to ensure that you receive the answers to your queries.read more
The activities in the course played an important role and helped me in learning and as a result of this course I have greater appreciation of my professor and my College for this course.
The duration period so far in this course has met and covered in a reasonable timing.
Strength of the course
Interaction with classmates on some assignments were done in groups, which makes it easier to understand, some were done solo, help was always there from our professor when needed. Everything falls into place as Elsy navigates us to climb the Ladder and reach for the Stars.
Clear directions were always given at all times to follow.
Sharing and findings of results help us to grasp and learn faster. All the Admin. Staff and Professors of this College meet and exceeds their loyalties, knowledge, sincerity and kindness they are very Keen and Knowledgeable in their Profession and posses very high calibre. Awesome College highly recommended!read more