Archive for 2015

Infographic – Essential Study Tips for New Students

March 13th, 2015
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If you’re just beginning your college journey – perhaps taking psw training or looking to become a police officer in North Bay – you might be feeling a bit concerned about juggling homework and readings with your other responsibilities. A recent survey at the University of California revealed that 33% of students felt like they… View Article

4 Timeless Customer Service Tips for Office Administrators

March 11th, 2015
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When we think of customer service, we often think of careers in sales, but office administrators are actually required to utilize customer service skills every day. Office administrators are the first people a client sees when they walk into a business or a health care office, and will often be the last person they talk… View Article

Why PSWs are More Important than Ever in Ontario

PSW training
March 4th, 2015
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Personal support workers are healthcare professionals who provide care and support to the elderly, as well as those who may be recovering from illness or surgery. Much like community support workers, individuals who decide to pursue PSW training should be compassionate and caring by nature, and they should also have a strong desire to help… View Article

4 Addiction Myths Debunked

Addiction counsellors training
February 26th, 2015
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There are so many myths and misconceptions surrounding substance addiction. While some might be true or contain some truth, many are simply inaccurate and can create unwarranted social problems for addicted individuals who have been stereotypically typecasted as a result. If you are planning to become an addiction counselling worker, you will soon learn all… View Article

Do You Have What it Takes to Work in IT?

February 18th, 2015
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Today’s increasingly computer-centric business world means that graduates of network engineering technologist courses are some of the most hireable professionals in today’s economy. Automated business processes, which are becoming commonplace, require information technology tools and professionals who know how to run, repair and improve them. Do you think you have what it takes to work… View Article

Getting a Job on the First Try: Tips for a Successful Interview

payroll courses
February 11th, 2015
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There is one thing every student training for a career knows is on the horizon. It doesn’t matter if you’re taking payroll courses, studying to be a community services worker or enrolled in the police program in Sudbury, you will, at some point, need to pass a job interview. As daunting a task as this… View Article

Most Valued Office Administration Skills

February 4th, 2015
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Business administrators are responsible for completing a wide range of important tasks on a daily basis. They understand the procedures and operations of the organization for which they work, and they have a large repertoire of knowledge which extends from understanding the marketing processes of a company all the way to its financial and accounting… View Article

Advantages of Becoming a Paralegal in Sudbury

police program in Sudbury
January 28th, 2015
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It’s no secret that being a paralegal is a busy job – one which requires good training and a passion for justice. Just as graduates of the police program in Sudbury will always have criminals to chase, the community services worker will always have people to help and the payroll college graduate will find people… View Article

Stress Management Tips for Paramedics

January 21st, 2015
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If you’re considering becoming a paramedic, know that once you’ve graduated, you’ll be a front-line first responder who people will call upon during times of crisis. Calm and cool, you’ll be a trusted and valued member of your community. And with this responsibility will come great satisfaction as you help save lives and keep people… View Article

Secrets of “Active Listening” That Could Boost Your Career

January 14th, 2015
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If you are attending paralegal school in North Bay, or if you want to become a community services worker, “active listening” is a term you’ll become very familiar with. What’s similar about these two careers is that they both demand a sophisticated level of communication with a client. The ability to differentiate between normal listening… View Article