Meet Moe Tabesh, CPA: Hiring Herzing Accounting Grads Since 2017

May 13, 2021 9:34:25 AM

Photo: Moe Tabesh, CPA, CGA (left) at an event with Tony Robbins

Moe Tabesh is not your typical accountant.

He's lived a life full of adventure and danger, fleeing Iran during the war, getting thrown in jail, and starting life from scratch after finally escaping to Canada.

And he did all that before the age of 21.

After years of driving a taxi in Ottawa to save money for school, Moe finally completed university and became a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).

A few years ago he started his own accounting business, called Numetrica City. But it's no ordinary accounting business.

Just like Moe, Numetrica City does things a little differently. They go beyond your standard tax prep and bookkeeping services, offering next-level support and coaching to Ottawa entrepreneurs.

Moe also partnered with Herzing College Ottawa to support the next generation of accounting professionals.

He provides internships for our Business Management students, and continues to hire talented grads straight out of the program.

This week, we interviewed Moe to learn more about his business and background.

We talked about his partnership with Herzing, what it takes to be successful in accounting, and some great advice for overcoming adversity. Read on for the highlights.

How to Become an Architectural Drafter: Step-by-Step Guide

May 11, 2021 12:48:16 PM

Interested in architecture and design? Want to learn how to create building plans and blueprints, and play a key role in the construction process?

It sounds like you're leaning toward a career in architectural drafting.

Architectural drafters use specialized software to transform an architect's concept into functional designs, drawings, and guidelines that builders can follow.

And they earn a good wage for their expertise. According to the Government of Canada Job Bank, drafting technicians in Quebec make a median salary of about $51,400.

The highest-paid drafters in the province make over $72,000.

So how can you become an architectural drafter? What exactly is required to get into this field?

In this post, we take you step-by-step through everything you need to know.

Find out what the role involves, how to get started, and where this career can take you.

What Does a Payroll Clerk Do? Daily Routine & Essential Skills

May 7, 2021 1:57:45 PM

Payroll clerks have one of the most important roles in any company: making sure people get paid accurately and on time.

And payroll clerks are in demand. Nearly every region of Manitoba gets the Government of Canada Job Bank's highest employment outlook rating for this career (3 stars).

But a good employment outlook isn't the only reason to choose an occupation. Before you commit, you need more details about the role. Is it a good match for your interests and natural strengths?

You need to know what a payroll clerk actually does every day at work, and the skills you'll need to get hired.

In this post, we offer an inside look at payroll skills, responsibilities, and daily routine.

Find out what to expect on the job and how to get started with training.

Ontario Government Will Pay For Your PSW Program! Learn How to Qualify

May 6, 2021 10:24:56 AM

The Ontario government has just announced that it will invest a whopping $86 million to train up to 8,000 personal support workers (PSWs). 

Demand is so high for PSWs in Ontario, the government is offering a special bursary to help students pay for tuition and cover costs during their internship. 

They’re calling it the Personal Support Worker Challenge Fund. It will provide money for tuition, textbooks and supplies, plus a stipend to support students while they’re on work placements. 

Considered becoming a personal support worker but didn’t think you could afford tuition? Don’t miss this limited-time opportunity to get your PSW program paid for by the government. 

Find out how to qualify for funding, important deadlines, and other key facts about the Personal Support Worker Challenge Fund. 

Immigration Careers: Where Do Immigration Case Managers Work?

May 6, 2021 10:15:57 AM

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

According to federal government reports, Canada plans to welcome more than 400,000 immigrants each year between 2021 and 2023.

That's the highest annual number of newcomers the country has admitted in more than a century.

All of this growth in immigration means stronger demand for the professionals who help with visa applications and the often complex process of settling in Canada.

You may be familiar with roles like immigration lawyer and immigration consultant. But have you heard of immigration case managers?

Where are they employed? What exactly do they do? How can you become one?

In this post, we explain everything you need to know about this in-demand role.

Find out where a career as an immigration case manager can take you.

Should You Take an Accounting and Payroll Program? 4 Ways to Find Out

Apr 30, 2021 12:00:57 PM

Effective accounting and payroll is at the heart of every successful businesses, big or small.

From ensuring employees get paid on time, to helping guide financial decisions at the highest level, great bookkeepers will always be in demand.

But before you start accounting and payroll training, make sure you have the right natural strengths to succeed at work.

In addition to a genuine interest in numbers and bookkeeping, you need certain basic skills and qualities to excel in this role.

Ask yourself the following four questions. If you answer "yes" to each one, an accounting and payroll program could definitely be a good fit.

Import Export Training: 7 Things to Know Before You Enrol

Apr 30, 2021 10:41:29 AM

Moving goods and services across international borders generates billions of dollars and offers a wide range of interesting job opportunities.

Hoping to work in the import/export industry? Your first step is to get some quality training.

But before you jump into a program, you need to be clear about a few basic points.

For starters, you should know what the training covers, what's required to enrol, and whether the program prepares you for international trade certification.

You should also know what jobs the training can lead to and how much those jobs pay.

By the end of this post, you'll understand all of that and more.

Have a look at 7 key things you need to know before starting import/export training.

Your First Industrial Drafting Job: Typical Tasks, Average Salaries & Key Skills

Apr 29, 2021 5:33:50 PM

Wondering if a career in industrial drafting is right for you?

One way to find out is by looking at recent job postings in the field. How do employers describe the role? What skills will you need to get hired?

And of course, what training is required to actually qualify for one of those jobs. 

Don't really feel like spending hours scouring job websites? No problem. We did it for you.

We looked at dozens of entry-level industrial drafting jobs in Montreal, and analyzed salaries, responsibilities, required skills and training.

Read on to get the latest info and decide whether industrial drafting is your ideal career.

Is Legal Assistant a Good Career? Pros, Cons, Salary, Job Outlook

Apr 29, 2021 10:53:57 AM

Eager to work in the legal field without spending years in university? A legal assistant career may be the ideal alternative.

Legal assistants provide the kind of essential support every lawyer needs.

They handle a wide range of tasks, from conducting research and preparing documents to scheduling meetings and communicating with clients.

But like any job, working as a legal assistant has both advantages and drawbacks. So you should see the whole picture before making any decisions.

In this post, we describe the major pros and cons of a legal assistant career.

Find out what to expect in this role and see if it makes sense for you.

Meet the Instructor & Explore the OHS Diploma at Herzing College Toronto

Apr 28, 2021 11:52:35 AM

Photo: OHS instructor Navin Homenauth 

Occupational health and safety (OHS) has moved into the spotlight lately, as organizations race to implement new regulations and safety measures against Covid-19.

But even before the pandemic, there's been rising concern about workplace safety in Ontario. With accidents and injuries on the rise, both government and private industry are investing in better OHS programs.

There's growing demand for health and safety professionals at all levels, from entry-level to management. 

Navin Homenauth started in the industry over 10 years ago, working in many different OHS roles, creating and implementing safety programs for a variety of organizations.

Last year, he started teaching the OHS diploma program at Herzing College Toronto. We interviewed him this week to learn more about the training and latest industry trends.

Navin walked us through Herzing's program, explained what to expect in class, and typical jobs for new graduates.

Read on to meet the instructor and get an inside look at the career.

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