Archive for 2014

Is Police Work Right for You?

December 31st, 2014
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Before entering the police program in Sudbury, one thing potential law enforcement officers always ask themselves is whether or not police work is truly right for them. It can be a highly rewarding profession, both physically and mentally, but upholding and enforcing the law can also be challenging – and of course, comes with a… View Article

Business Management Styles that Earn Respect

December 24th, 2014
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If management in the business world is your calling, the first thing you need to ask yourself is just what form that calling will take. You can’t just ask someone who graduated from paralegal school in North Bay what the rules are, because although there are some hard and fast regulations when it comes to… View Article

CTS Barrie Met its Holiday Toy Drive Goal!

December 23rd, 2014
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Every year, the Addictions Intervention Counselling and the Community Service Worker Programs at CTS Canadian Career College in Barrie participate in a local fundraising event to give back to the community during the holiday season. This year, the students chose to focus their energies on the Toy Drive that is sponsored by the County of Simcoe… View Article

CTS and Modern College Join Together to Celebrate Graduates

December 23rd, 2014
On Thursday the 13th of November, CTS Canadian Career College celebrated the accomplishments of over 100 graduates at the fittingly grand Capitol Centre. The event drew over 400 supportive friends and family, all happy to cheer on the grads along with CTS’s proud faculty and staff. And this year, the bi-annual ceremony was made even… View Article

The Growing Power of Paralegals

December 17th, 2014
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Students attending paralegal school in Barrie and across the province will have more opportunities than their predecessors when they start practicing as paralegals in Ontario. This is due to new regulations that give them more power to support an overburdened and expensive legal system. Read on to find out more about this increasingly challenging and… View Article

A Day in the Life of a Pharmacy Technician

December 10th, 2014
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Being a pharmacy technician is not just about dispensing drugs and preparing IVs. A large part of a pharmacy technician’s job is helping patients and customers, explaining products and prescriptions, and outlining how to administer medication using specific devices. If you have a passion for healthcare and the ever-evolving world of pharmaceuticals, read on to… View Article

Show Me the Money! Tips for Success as a Payroll Administrator

December 3rd, 2014
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If you can envision yourself in a leadership role, are well-organized, and truly enjoy crunching numbers, payroll administration could be your ideal career path. And with some extra effort on your end, you could reap both personal and financial rewards. Currently the average annual salary for an entry-level payroll administrator is $41,000/year. But that number… View Article

A Beginners Guide to Medical Office Administration

November 26th, 2014
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A career as a medical office administrator is synonymous with the words challenging and rewarding. Just as you won’t hear lawyers singing the law school Barrie blues anytime soon, successful medical admins are generally very satisfied with their careers – and for good reason. Medical office administrators are talented multitaskers who combine a range of… View Article

Paramedics: On the Front Lines of Patient Care

November 19th, 2014
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Paramedics save lives. They are the first line of defense against injury and sickness and an integral part of both the healthcare system and our local communities. Pretty much everyone is aware of the valuable service paramedic college graduates provide for those in need. Most of us either know someone who has been helped by… View Article

Benefits and Rewards of Becoming a PSW

November 12th, 2014
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Caught up in our increasingly busy lives, many of us tend to overlook the immense challenges faced by individuals with reduced mobility – people who for a range of reasons, require special assistance to complete essential daily tasks.  In many cases, that assistance comes from PSWs – personal support workers. Canadians, with our large population… View Article