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Since it first opened back in 1970, Herzing College Ottawa has helped more than 9,000 people prepare for rewarding new careers.
Herzing instructor Paula Callaghan has long been a key figure in the Ontario paralegal industry.
Canada is experiencing an immigration boom. We are attracting hundreds of thousands of immigrants every year and that trend is expected to continue well into the future.
This boom has generated very strong demand for skilled immigration professionals. These are the experts who help applicants secure visas to study, work, and settle in Canada.
The industry includes immigration lawyers, immigration consultants, and immigration case managers. Each has a different role to play in assisting clients, and each has different training requirements.
Are you considering a career in immigration, but don’t want to become a lawyer? Immigration consultant or immigration case manager are both excellent alternatives.
But you need to understand the key differences between these roles. Immigration consultants and immigration case managers often work closely together—but their jobs are totally different.
Here's everything you should know about these two immigration career paths.
Paralegals in Ontario have a special status that they don’t enjoy anywhere else in Canada.
In this province, paralegals can actually represent clients independently (just like a lawyer does) for certain legal matters.
They can set up a private practice, specialize in a certain area of law, and in some cases, advocate for clients in court.
However, paralegals must operate within certain limits. They can’t do everything a lawyer can...and there are several important differences between these two career paths.
Take a look at how the roles stack up so you can decide which one is best for you.
Wondering if a career in social services is right for you? One of the best ways to figure that out is by looking at the skills you'll need to succeed on the job.
If those qualities match up with your profile and interests, chances are you're a good fit for the role. And if they don't? You're probably better off in another career.
In this post, we're looking at what it takes to be an effective community support worker (CSW). We break down the top 10 characteristics, interests, and skills needed to really thrive in this job.
By the end, you'll know if a CSW career makes sense for you, and exactly how to get started.
In the accounting field, professional certifications are an excellent way to compete for better jobs and advance your career.
It’s true that going to college is an investment in your future. But finding the money to pay for it can be a real challenge.
Fortunately, there are several ways to get help with your costs via scholarships, loans, grants, etc. There are even specific funding sources for Canadian adults who have been out of school for a while and are looking to develop new skills through a college program.
In this post, we break down the different financial aid options to help you understand how they work and whether they’re right for you.
Here’s what you need to know.
What exactly is computer networking? The term itself is broad because it is used to describe a number of devices and systems in various configurations and sizes.
The industry also includes many different career paths.
Organizations of all kinds rely on computer networks, from schools and hospitals to businesses and government agencies.
In this post, we’ll explore typical jobs in this field, pros and cons of a career in computer networking, and the latest job outlook and salary information for networking professionals in Canada.
By the end, you’ll know what computer networking is all about and whether it’s a good career choice for you.
In the occupational health and safety (OHS) field, getting certified by a respected organization proves your skills and opens up more job opportunities.
But navigating all the different credentials available in Canada can be really challenging.
If you’re considering alternatives to a four-year health and safety degree, you may be looking into college-level health and safety programs. In this case, understanding your path to certification is crucial.