If you are considering legal studies, and looking to focus on career paths that do not require a university degree, law clerk could be an ideal option.
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Many people looking for fast entry into a healthcare career choose pharmacy assistant training. The diploma program is relatively short, there is demand for pharmacy assistants in Ontario, and graduates can pursue careers in different settings (retail, clinic, or hospital pharmacies).
What does it mean to work in accounting and payroll? What are the typical tasks you'll complete working for a small to mid-size company, corporate department, or government division? And most importantly, what's demand like right now for accounting and payroll graduates in the Ottawa area?
In Canadian society, we place a very special trust in community services workers (CSWs) to protect and advocate for vulnerable individuals. We rely on CSWs to help make our neighborhoods more fair, safe, and productive.
But given how complex their work can be, there are times when CSWs are faced with very challenging situations, conflicts, and decisions—where the outcome will have a serious and lasting impact on the life of a client, family members, or the CSW herself.
To help build ethical decision-making skills, and understand their responsibilities to the public, CSW students learn the code of professional ethics and values set out by the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW).
Medical Office Administrator students at Herzing College Ottawa, earning Vital Signs certification
For many people, the decision to head back to school to earn a college diploma marks a key moment of transition and transformation. Committing to a new career path is no small matter. It often means juggling courses with an already busy schedule of work and family responsibilities.
Given that your time, money, effort, and future employment prospects are at stake, it's so important to research your college options carefully, before committing to enrollment. Medical office administrator schools are no exception! You'll be competing with other MOA grads for jobs after you finish your program, so you'll want to find the most comprehensive, relevant, job-ready curriculum out there, delivered by experienced and caring instructors.
This post is dedicated to students searching for a top quality medical office administrator college in Ottawa. These are the traits to watch out for and the questions to ask when comparing programs and making your final choice.
Considering going back to school to study business management? Looking to develop a well-rounded set of technical skills, plus leadership strategies, so you can upgrade your current position? Or perhaps you have your eye on starting your own business, and need reliable training to get the ball rolling.
A group of personal support worker students at the Herzing College Ottawa campus
Personal support workers (PSWs) work one-to-one with patients of all ages and walks of life. They play a truly crucial role in their everyday health and wellbeing, helping patients remain as independent as possible for as long as possible.
PSWs work primarily with elderly patients, but may also provide healthcare services to chronically or terminally ill individuals of varying ages. They are an essential link between patients and families and supervising clinicians (such as nurses or doctors).
For a recent college graduate, there are few things more exciting than nailing an interview and being offered a job.
But making the transition from student to successful professional can be incredibly nerve-wracking.
How do you actually keep that job, and begin moving upward into positions with more responsibility and reward?
Wise words from education expert Ken Coates, co-author of the book, "What to Consider When You are Considering University" (Dundurn, 2014).
If you're weighing your options after high school (or want to change careers a bit later in life), a four-year university degree may not be your ideal route to success.
When a fungal meningitis outbreak swept across the United States in 2012, affecting over 800 people, the FDA traced its origin back to a compounding pharmacy in Massachusetts.