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Working in Graphic Design for Film & Television: What Would You Be Doing?

Jul 10, 2018 1:03:12 PM

Updated January 2021

When most people think about graphic design jobs, they envision working in marketing or advertising, doing websites, logos, and creating promotional materials for print or digital.

4 Reasons To Start Medical Office Administrator Training in Toronto This Year

Jun 27, 2018 2:49:50 PM

Are you thinking about a career in healthcare, and wondering if medical office administration is a safe bet and rewarding field?

What to Expect from Medical Office Administrator Training: The 5 Main Areas of Study

May 18, 2018 10:58:38 AM

What kind of person is drawn to medical office administrator training? In our experience, the kind of people who choose this program (and do really well in the career) share a few specific characteristics and goals:

1) They're generally interested in the field of medicine and health care, and want to be part of a clinical team.

2) They're natural "organizers" who are fairly detail-oriented, and enjoy taking charge.

3) They're practical—these students are looking for a quick training program that will lead directly to a job in health care (rather than pursuing years of university study).

4) Most importantly, they are looking for a career that focuses on helping others—specifically, helping people protect their most valuable asset in life: their health.

Pursuing Architectural Design Training in Toronto? Herzing Instructor, Jacob Allderdice Has Advice for New Students

Apr 30, 2018 8:50:21 AM

Are you considering a career in architectural design? Wondering what college training programs look like, and what your employment options would be after graduation?

You've come to right place! This week, we're talking with Herzing's Architectural Design Program instructor, Jacob Allderdice, a veteran design professional with decades of industry experience and plenty of advice for prospective design students.

Should You Train for Graphic Design, Web Design—or Both?

Apr 2, 2018 2:29:35 PM

Creativity, an interest in digital media, a talent for communication, and a drive to connect with others through visuals: all of these things point you toward a career in graphic design.

Careers in Networking: What's your Role as an Operations Analyst?

Mar 21, 2018 1:10:08 PM

Careers in networking span a range of working environments, hard and soft skills, and technical aptitude. Some roles involve overseeing networks in a small business environment, while others focus on designing large-scale, highly complex networking solutions. Some networking professionals work as help desk analysts, and others specialize in cyber security.

Should You Pursue a Graphic Design Diploma? 5 Points to Consider

Mar 12, 2018 9:30:12 AM

Are you thinking about pursuing a graphic design diploma this year, but aren't quite sure if you're well-suited to this career path?

Career Paths After Business College: What is an Account Manager?

Feb 12, 2018 11:15:12 AM

Business college opens up so many career paths for graduates. Sales, marketing, client services, accounting, starting your own business—the possibilities are both exciting and a little overwhelming.

Which path should you take? Which business career best suits your natural abilities, interests, and professional goals? Where should you start out after earning your diploma?

In this post, we look at the role of account manager; one of your possible pathways after business training.

Architectural Design on a Budget: 4 Smart Ways to Cut Costs for Your Clients

Jan 10, 2018 3:07:23 PM

When you're first starting out in architectural design, you'll rarely work with clients who have unlimited budgets.

Almost everyone you design for will have to keep costs in check, and many will be working within tight constraints.

Can you deliver beautiful, functional, eco-friendly, innovative designs on a budget? Absolutely. Provided you know how to keep costs low without sacrificing on quality.

Paralegal Career Tips: 5 Keys to a Successful Client Interview

Dec 4, 2017 1:05:13 PM

Whether you open your own paralegal practice, or work under a supervising attorney, conducting client interviews will be a key part of your paralegal career.

Solid interviewing skills are crucial for several reasons. The way you prepare for and conduct each interview influences the quality of information you gather, the trust you instill in clients—and even the likelihood of earning good recommendations and referrals.