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Paralegal Open House

Posted on March 28th, 2017 - Written by: Canadian Business College

Find out how you will become ready to launch your paralegal career from members of our Law faculty, including Jeff Nicholson, our Director of Law.
Refreshments will be served. Children are welcome as well.

WHEN: Thursday, April 6, 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM
WHERE: Canadian Business College, Toronto campus – 2 Bloor St W, 22nd floor
To register your attendance, please Email toronto@canadianbusinesscollege.com. We look forward to seeing you on the 6th!

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Free IT Program Information Seminar

Posted on March 17th, 2017 - Written by: Canadian Business College

Learn about our IT programs and the current job market!

Our IT faculty will be on hand to give you an overview of our courses and answer your questions. This is a great way to discover how close you really are to a new IT career!

Tuesday, March 21st, 1:30 PM-2:30 PM

Canadian Business College, 2 Bloor St W, 22nd floor

We are located at Yonge and Bloor and look forward to seeing you there.

Just call 416-925-9929 to reserve your place now

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Afternoon Seats for Toronto Bus. Mgt. and Acct & Payroll Courses

Posted on January 21st, 2017 - Written by: Canadian Business College


Our Business Management and Accounting & Payroll Administrator Programs at our downtown Toronto campus has a few seats available for afternoon classes starting soon

  • Convenient class times from 1pm to 5pm M-F
  • Complete the course and have your diploma in under a year
  • Launch your dream career in business with the help of our Career Services team


CALL 416-925-9929 or 1-888-925-9929 to speak to an academic advisor

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LSUC Paralegal Licensing Exam Prep. Course

Posted on December 16th, 2016 - Written by: Canadian Business College

In preparation for the LSUC Paralegal Licensing Exam on February 14, 2017, Canadian Business College will once again offer its licensing examination prep course. The course will be delivered in 9 separate sessions (including the mock examination) in our Toronto and Mississauga Campus. Specific dates for both campuses include:

• Wednesday January 18, 2017 6:00 pm – 10:00pm (Review Session)
• Thursday January 19, 2017 6:00 pm – 10:00pm (Review Session)
• Wednesday January 25, 2017 6:00 pm – 10:00pm (Review Session)
• Thursday January 26, 2017 6:00 pm – 10:00pm (Review Session)
• Wednesday February 1, 2017 6:00 pm – 10:00pm (Review Session)
• Thursday February 2, 2017 6:00 pm – 10:00pm (Review Session)
• Wednesday February 8, 2017 6:00 pm – 10:00pm (Review Session)
• Thursday February 9, 2017 6:00 pm – 10:00pm (Review Session)
• Friday February 10, 2017 9:00am – 5:00pm (Mock Examination)

Toronto Location: 2 Bloor Street West, 22nd Floor (corner of Yonge & Bloor), Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3E2

Mississauga Location: 77 City Centre Drive – Suite 600, Mississauga, Ontario, L5B 1M5

Please note these courses are open to both CBC students and external candidates.

Pricing Information for External Candidates: $300 (this price is a package deal with also includes the mock examination)

CBC students and alumni can contact their respective campus for more information regarding pricing and registration.

Seats will be reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. Payments can be accepted by credit card, debit card or cash; however please note payments must be received prior to the start of the first session.

To attend these sessions in our Toronto Campus, please RSVP to Donna Speck, Student Services Coordinator via Email : dspeck@canadianbusinesscollege.com

To attend these sessions in our Mississauga Campus, please RSVP to Anita Evans, Student Services Coordinator via Email : aevans@canadianbusinesscollege.com


Mississauga Paralegal Open House

Posted on December 9th, 2016 - Written by: Canadian Business College

Paralegals are an important part of the Canadian Law system. If you’re a hard-working and motivated individual with an interest in the law, then you owe it to yourself to learn how becoming a paralegal can help you make a serious difference.

Canadian Business College’s Mississauga campus is having a Paralegal open-house to socialize and help answer your questions. Located at 77 City Centre Drive, Suite 600, we are hosting multiple times for you to come visit. The open house is on Thursday December 15th of 2016, with times available from 11:00am to 12:30pm and from 5:00pm until 6:30pm.

Bring your family and friends and enjoy complimentary refreshments as you learn more about the exciting opportunities open to you as a paralegal.

Attending is completely FREE! To register, just call us at 905-279-9929 or email Navid Nazhand at nnazhand@canadianbusinesscollege.com

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Mississauga open house

Posted on November 21st, 2016 - Written by: Vanessa Hamkens

Canadian Business College proudly serves our local communities and the Canadian community. We believe in serving those communities by bringing value and providing opportunities. That is why we offer courses in a range of disciplines to provide our students with a range of opportunities. All of our programs are cut down to save our students as much time and money, creating value in our communities. If you believe in value for yourself and providing new opportunities for yourself then visit out Mississauga campus’ open house by clicking the link below.

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Employer Campus Visit

Posted on October 24th, 2016 - Written by: Vanessa Hamkens

hero-police-foundations Ever thought about becoming a Correctional Officer?

It’s a great career path that’s worth investigating, click here:  employer-presentaion-flyer-corrections

We are hosting representatives from the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services at our Toronto and Mississauga campuses on Wednesday, November 23rd

All graduates and current students are welcome to join us then for an exclusive opportunity for Canadian Business College students to learn more about becoming a Correctional Officer.

Do you consider yourself an intelligent person?  Do you think you’re of strong moral character?  Are you ethical and trustworthy?  Do you consider yourself law-abiding and do you believe in the strong principles of our Canadian laws?  If so – being a correctional officer may be the right career path for you.

There is a variety of positions available to you working as a correctional officer.  These positions range from Community Corrections, working in Jails and Detention centers to working in Prisons and Institutions.  These positions all provide the opportunity for Correctional Officers to embrace meaningful and necessary work that betters local communities.

In provincial institutions alone, you could be earning anywhere from $24.02 to $31.79 an hour working as a correctional officer.

So why should you consider becoming a correctional officer?  Would you consider becoming a correctional officer for the above average rate of pay?  Would you consider becoming a correctional officer because – according to Service Canada – the majority of employers grant full pensions plans in less than 35 years?  Or would you consider becoming a correctional officer because of your strong moral character and your drive to do good for Canadian communities?  Regardless of what motivates you – Canadian Business College wants to help you realize your ability to become a correctional officer.

If you have any questions please refer to the handout regarding how to contact us, who to direct your questions to and how to secure your spot on November 23rd!

If you are not currently enrolled at Canadian Business College, please contact us vial email or phone to learn more about this and other opportunities that we provide to our students – and how to get involved.  Contact information is listed below.

We look forward to seeing you at our Toronto or Mississauga campuses on November 23rd!

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Paralegal Open House Toronto

Posted on September 12th, 2016 - Written by: Canadian Business College


You’re invited to our PARALEGAL PROGRAM OPEN HOUSE at our downtown Toronto campus

Find out how you will become ready to launch your paralegal career from members of our Law faculty, including Jeff Nicholson, our Director of Law.

Refreshments will be served, advice given and excitement had! Children are welcome as well.

WHEN: Thursday, September 15, 11am – 2pm

WHERE: Canadian Business College, Toronto campus – 2 Bloor St W, 22nd floor

To register your attendance, please email Rany, our Toronto campus manager at rghaly@canadianbusinesscollege.com

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Visit Our Paralegal Program Open House!

Posted on May 4th, 2016 - Written by: Vanessa Hamkens

Paralegal Courses

Are you interested in learning more about the Paralegal field? The need for well-trained, competent legal professionals has never been greater. Visit Canadian Business College’s open house to learn more about how you can become a licensed Paralegal in under 1-year!

New class starting May 23rd

You are invited to attend our PARALEGAL Program Open House

When: Thursday May 12, 2016

Time: 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM

Where: Canadian Business College – Toronto Campus | 2 Bloor Street West, 22nd Floor

For directions, please click here.

  • Guest speakers from the legal industry
  • Refreshments will be served
  • Children welcome
  • Special program incentives available for attendees

Please RSVP by calling 416.925.9929 now!


What Can You Do With Your Community Service Worker Degree?

Posted on December 9th, 2015 - Written by: Vanessa Hamkens


If you’re passionate about working with individuals and groups within your community, making the decision to pursue a Community Service Worker diploma could very well be the stepping stone you need to start a rewarding and meaningful career. Community Services Workers play an integral role in helping youth, families and other members of the community make positive social, economic or physical changes. While this may sound appealing, you may still have questions about the type of work you would be doing as a Community Service Worker, required skills and available career paths. Let us help you answer some of those questions!

Industry Description

With a job as a community service worker, your focus will be on providing care, support and counselling to individuals dealing with a variety of issues. Providing emotional support to clients is an important role with the hopeful outcome of helping clients obtain a more satisfactory quality of life.

The knowledge and skills that are required as a community service worker will range based on your work environment and job type. However those basic skills include are:

• A basic knowledge of social work practices and the social services industry

• Knowledge of the social, child care and health resources available in your community

• Ability to understand and accept the needs and right of others

• Ability to work with a wide range of service recipients

• Ability to compile factual reports

• Ability to express ideas effectively and with proficiency

• Developed skills in communication and interpersonal skills to maintain a supportive social service relationship

Industry Careers

As a Community Service Worker, you will administer and implement a variety of social assistance programs and community services, as well as assist clients with personal and social needs. Canadian Business College’s CSW program prepares students for careers in some of the following positions/fields:

Addictions Worker

Take the opportunity to promote healthy lifestyles and healthy choices. A career as an addictions worker includes the assessment of psychological conditions to determine, develop and implement treatment and recovery plans. This field will allow you to provide community support through counselling, education and support programs for individuals and families.

Childcare Worker

As a childcare worker, you are given the chance to improve the lives of the youth in your community. Job tasks will include investigating cases of family violence, child abuse and neglect and taking preventative action to protect your child community member. Depending on your title, you may also recruit foster parents, work adoption cases or supervise the placement of children into protective care.

Community Centre Coordinator

Be a leader in your community. As a community centre coordinator you will overlook the facilitation and promotion of community planning and development as well as monitor community empowerment. Additionally, you may be given the task to identify and foster development opportunities, secure funding for development activities and programs, and ensure public input is considered in development plans and projects.

Correctional Facilities

A correctional facilities worker is concerned with the social rehabilitation of young or adult offenders. Job positions include classification officers, probation officers or parole officers. As a correctional worker, your priority if helping ex-prisoners adjust to life in the community while conforming to the conditions of their parole.

Mental Health Agencies

By working at a mental health agency, you will be directly involved in providing mental health services to clients. These services are provided in a variety of settings including primary health care centres, agency office, client’s home, or a public setting like a coffee shop. Positions include a case manager, crisis counsellor (telephone distress centers), mental health promotion worker, occupational therapist, peer support worker or personal support worker.

School Boards

Seize the opportunity to help students succeed in their educational environment. As a community service worker in a school board, you help students, parents and teachers assess and solve problems such as aggressive behaviour or family problems that may affect a student’s performance.

Social Services Centre/ Social Services Agency

Connect to health, housing, childcare and other social services by working in a social services centre or agency. As a social services worker you will provide employment support, financial benefits and social support to people living in your community. Tasks may include helping them find a job or the training they need to find work. Duties for such broad of a role will depend on the settings and environment in which you work.

Discover how you can make a difference with a Community Service Workers diploma from the Canadian Business College. Our program provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to create a positive impact on their community and to prepare for a rewarding career in community support roles. Students will learn how to work with clients, assess their needs, and develop an effective action plan. With the knowledge and skills provided through CBC’s Community Service Worker  program, we help open the doors to endless possibilities for you to give back to your community and enhance your career.

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