What Are the Main Types of International Trade?

Dec 5, 2022 9:30:00 AM

Most countries trade with others in order to acquire what they need and help their economies expand. Canadians aren’t limited to home-grown products and markets; we can sell domestic goods abroad and bring in items from foreign countries.

So just what does the process involve? This post describes the three main types of international trade: import, export, and entrepot. Keep reading to learn more about each type of trade and see how they work together in the global supply chain.

Student Support Services: The Real Value of Education

Nov 23, 2022 3:01:57 PM

By Fred Standil
Student Services Advisor at Herzing College Winnipeg

The pursuit of post-secondary education is always a good thing. But there are numerous challenges for students to overcome as they move through their chosen program of study.

As someone who once walked in those shoes, I can report that the benefits of education can and should last a lifetime.

How to Start a Career in Supply Chain Management

Nov 4, 2022 8:58:34 AM

The global economy depends on getting products from point A to point B in a timely, efficient, and cost-effective way. That’s why people who specialize in supply chain management are in such high demand.

In a survey by the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM), almost two-thirds of Canadian supply chain professionals landed their current position within three months of starting their search. What’s more, most of those individuals enjoy their work: in a separate survey by ASCM and Supply Chain Canada, 69 per cent of respondents were happy with their jobs, rating their satisfaction at least eight on a scale of one to 10.

Think this field might be right for you? Not sure about how to begin? Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about how to start a career in supply chain management.

What Does an Immigration Case Manager Do?

Nov 2, 2022 11:14:02 AM

Are you considering a career in the immigration industry? There's never been a better time to get started than right now.

According to federal government data, Canada plans to welcome more than 460,000 immigrants annually for the next couple years. That will continue to generate strong demand for professionals who help with visa applications and the often complex process of settling in Canada.

You may be familiar with jobs like immigration lawyer and immigration consultant. People in those roles focus on providing advice and developing customized strategies for clients seeking to immigrate.

But what does an immigration case manager do? How do they fit into the immigration process? And what does it take to thrive in this role?

How to Become a 3D Animator

Oct 24, 2022 11:15:11 AM

Updated December 2022

There’s no limit to what you can imagine and create in the magical world of 3D animation, visual effects, and CGI.

But just what is 3D animation? It’s the process of making digital images appear to move in a three-dimensional space. A 2D cartoon animator creates flat objects that have only length and width; a 3D animator adds depth as well, so that the characters can move and rotate following the same principles as in the real world.

So how do you get started? In this post, we explain how to become a 3D animator, what career paths are available in the field, and what steps can best set you up for success.

Student Support Services: Establishing Healthy Personal Boundaries

Oct 13, 2022 1:51:35 PM
By Fred Standil
Student Services Advisor at Herzing College Winnipeg

Unless we opt to live on an isolated island, we will experience many relationships throughout our lifetimes. These include family, significant others, friends, classmates, colleagues, and a host of other acquaintances. Navigating these relationships can pose challenges.

How One CSW Instructor Came to Embrace Online Education

Oct 12, 2022 1:11:40 PM

As an experienced psychiatric nurse and instructor in Herzing’s Community Support Worker (CSW) program, Kim Melnyk was used to having lots of in-person interactions with students and people in recovery. She wasn’t the biggest fan of technology; she much preferred a more personal touch.

So when COVID came along and forced her to shift to teaching online, she had to make some major adjustments.

Initially, Kim was very much looking forward to a return to class post-pandemic. But when it started to occur, she found that it did not solve the problems she thought it would. Instead, she found herself doing more and more interaction online—and discovering benefits she had never considered before.

We spoke with her recently to learn more about her experience.

Big Demand for Physiotherapist Assistant Grads in Ottawa

Oct 5, 2022 10:37:12 AM

The job market for physiotherapist assistants is booming in Ottawa right now. More and more people are seeking treatment, and many clinics can’t find enough qualified assistants to keep up with the demand.

That’s why Herzing recently launched a new diploma program for physiotherapist/rehabilitation assistants. It came about as the direct result of consultation with local employers who are starved for staff.

Two of those employers are Mohamed Fouda, clinic manager at Prime Physio Plus, and Jason Verge, owner and clinical director at Stittsville Carp Road Physiotherapy. They’ve both been in the physiotherapy field for more than 25 years, and they are both looking forward to accepting interns from Herzing’s new program.

We caught up with Mohamed and Jason recently to learn more about the role of physiotherapist assistants (PTAs) and find out why there’s such a need for them in the Ottawa area.

 

What Does a Law Clerk Do?

Oct 3, 2022 11:12:32 AM

Updated December 2022

You like the idea of a career in the legal field, and you have a vague notion that it takes a whole lot less time to become a law clerk in Ontario than it does to become a lawyer (which is true). But you’re stuck on a basic question: what does a law clerk do?

Here’s the short answer: A law clerk provides essential legal and administrative support to help lawyers manage their caseloads and serve their clients. Law clerks are not the same as paralegals, although both provide legal support.

In this post, we explore the role of a law clerk in Ontario: what they do, what skills they need, what career opportunities they have, and what training they require.

How to Become a Paralegal in Ontario

Sep 27, 2022 10:22:37 AM

Over the last few years, paralegal has become a very popular career choice in Ontario. There are a few reasons for this. One, there’s the special status of paralegals in Ontario—unlike in other areas of Canada, paralegals here can become licensed, represent clients in court for certain matters, and run their own practices.

Another reason involves the amount of schooling. Compared to law school, you can become a paralegal and start your career quite quickly. Admission requirements for paralegal programs are fairly simple, and the training itself is relatively short.

Plus, there’s a huge demand for more affordable legal services in Ontario. Paralegals charge less than lawyers, making it possible for more people to seek representation in certain areas of the law.

Seriously considering this career path? Wondering how to become a paralegal in Ontario? Here are six key steps you need to follow.

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