Posts Tagged ‘Training’

Since I work at a college, I am obviously interested in all kinds of things college-related. So, when I found this Huffington Post article, I knew that, even though I was pretty busy, I just had to take the 5 minutes out of my day to read it. The article lists out the weirdest college […]

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I remember when I was about to complete my education, and I started thinking that I had life all figured out at the age of 22. Though it’s only been a few years, I now know you are constantly learning something new in life, and if you’re not, then you really need to leave your […]

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There have been many studies by Statistics Canada that have looked into the Labour Market and Educational Background of Canadians who have attained a post-secondary qualification versus those who haven’t, and the difference between the wages of each group. The reports have come to show that those who have no post-secondary qualification (i.e. certificate, diploma, […]

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As I mentioned in a previous post, I went to the National Job Fair and Training Expo in Toronto 2 weeks ago to represent my college with 2 of my colleagues. Obviously, there were tons of people looking for jobs, and many others that were looking for study options. Upon speaking to several people throughout […]

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As most of you already know, I work at a private college called BTH Education. We have many students apply to our school because…well, it’s awesome. I didn’t think that our school nor my bosses could be any cooler than what they already are, but then they came up with an idea that proved me […]

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I have to be honest here…I’m addicted. Given my background and how others view me, it’s rather embarrassing to admit, but I am completely and utterly addicted. It’s all I can think about, talk about, and even dream about. I’m so ashamed because I know I’m out of control, but I feel the need to […]

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We so often hear the terms “higher education” or “post-secondary education” while living in North American and Western European societies. Living in the West has allowed us to be fortunate enough to attend a post-secondary educational institute of our choice, enrol in the programmes of our choice, and, sometimes, even in the country of our […]

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It seems as though it’s nearly impossible to land a job these days, what with this economic downturn that we’ve all experienced as of late. It doesn’t matter how skilled you are, or how many years of experience you have; the industry that you’ve trained for/worked in for the last few years just isn’t hiring…unless […]

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I’m writing today about a topic that is quite controversial and somewhat emotional for most people in Canada: the education of the Aboriginal and First Nations people living in this country. I decided to write this article upon reading about former Prime Minister Paul Martin and Chief David General’s meeting at Ryerson University this past […]

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It is no secret that English as a Second Language training is the most sought after language training in the world. For those who were privileged enough to be born in an English-speaking country remember that you are, indeed, advantaged in that you have been able to grow up speaking the “universal language”. So, I […]

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