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How to Become a Youth Worker in Winnipeg: 5 First Steps

Sep 10, 2021 12:08:33 PM

Do you feel driven to help at-risk children and teens get the support they need to improve their lives? If you become a youth worker, you can make a career out of doing exactly that.

Youth workers specialize in helping kids navigate tough situations. They connect vulnerable young people with community programs and resources designed to lift them out of dangerous conditions and get on a better path.

Ultimately, this job is about ensuring the safety and well-being of kids who find themselves in challenging circumstances.

Looking to become a youth worker in Winnipeg? Not sure how to begin?

Have a look at 5 steps that can help you launch a career in this branch of social services.

5 Business Careers With Quick Training and Good Employment Growth

Sep 1, 2021 10:49:20 AM

Hoping for a short route to an in-demand job in the business sector? You're in luck.

Plenty of business careers come with impressive employment outlooks and do not require years of university training.

In fact, in just 12 months or less, you can be prepared to work as an administrative assistant, office manager, procurement officer, health and safety officer, or accounting and payroll administrator.

Every one of those roles is expected to see double-digit growth across Manitoba in the next few years.

Read on to get details on these 5 business careers and see which path appeals to you.

4 Healthcare Careers With Quick Training and Steady Demand

Aug 24, 2021 10:42:02 AM

Looking for a meaningful role in the fast-growing field of healthcare? Eager to avoid spending years in school?

Good news: there are several healthcare careers that offer solid employment outlooks but require minimal training.

This post examines four such careers: health care aide, community support worker, medical office assistant, and medical lab assistant.

All of these careers take 12 months or less of training and have projected growth rates of at least 20% across Manitoba.

Keep reading to explore each of these healthcare careers and see which path may be right for you.

Computer Networking Technology: Meet the Instructor, Tour the Program

Aug 23, 2021 3:12:26 PM

The field of computer networking has evolved tremendously over the past 20 years, from the dawn of the internet to the increasingly complex information systems we use today.

Sergio Gonzalez has been working in the field since those early days, graduating from his first technical engineering program in 1998.

Since then, he's earned degrees in information technology and education, and accumulated over 20 years of experience in networking and IT security roles.

Sergio's passion for teaching brought him to Herzing College, where he's recently become an instructor for the Computer Networking Technology program.

This week, we chatted with Sergio to learn more about his fascinating background and get an inside look at the program.

Meet the instructor, learn about networking careers, and find out what to expect in class.

Turn Your OHS Diploma into a Degree at Columbia Southern University

Aug 17, 2021 12:53:59 PM

Students who complete the occupational health and safety (OHS) program at Herzing College now have an easier way to continue their training and earn a bachelor degree.

Herzing recently signed an articulation agreement with Columbia Southern University (CSU).

The agreement means that graduates of our OHS program can transfer 45 credits to CSU’s bachelor’s program in health and safety.

Our OHS grads are automatically accepted into CSU’s program and can earn their full degree in a shorter time.

To learn more about the new agreement and how it benefits Herzing students, we spoke with Dr. Joe Manjone. He’s the Assistant Provost for Special Programs at Columbia Southern University.

Read on to learn more about CSU and how you could turn your OHS diploma into a degree.

What is Occupational Health and Safety (OHS)? Beginner’s Guide

Jul 29, 2021 3:11:36 PM

The field of occupational health and safety (OHS) revolves around keeping people safe in the workplace.

OHS professionals focus on identifying and minimizing risks to people’s health, safety, and well-being.

They inspect work sites, enforce health and safety legislation, and make sure employees and managers are following proper procedures.

They also develop policies, deliver training, and implement programs to promote a culture of safety and wellness.

Occupational health and safety is often associated with sectors like construction and manufacturing, but it has much broader applications. OHS professionals can be found in every industry.

Keep reading to learn what OHS is all about and what career options exist in this field.

Pros and Cons of Becoming a Community Support Worker (CSW)

Jul 19, 2021 10:42:45 AM

Many people are drawn to a career as a community support worker (CSW) out of a desire to improve the lives of vulnerable individuals.

CSWs give at-risk people the tools and resources they need to overcome their challenges and rebuild their lives.

This role is about offering compassionate, practical support to those in need. And it can be very rewarding.

But of course, there are advantages and drawbacks to every job. You should have a full picture of what to expect before you commit to a career path.

Read on to discover the major pros and cons of becoming a CSW, and see if this role truly is your calling.

What Do You Learn in a Supply Chain Diploma?

Jul 8, 2021 10:19:33 AM

Every product you see on a store shelf or online took a long and winding journey through a supply chain.

Before a single pair of jeans can end up in your closet, for instance, it must go through a complex process of material sourcing, production, warehousing, and distribution.

Supply chain management is about coordinating each step of that process. Supply chain training teaches you how to do that, so your employer can save money and serve customers better.

Students learn what it takes to get a product from point of origin to point of consumption, including how to solve challenges, deal with clients, negotiate with suppliers, organize warehousing, transportation logistics, etc.

Supply chain degree programs are available, but this post focuses on a quicker path to employment—a supply chain diploma.

Diplomas are built around the practical skills you need to get started in the industry.

So what exactly will you learn in a supply chain diploma program? Here are 5 key areas covered in class.

8 Different Supply Chain Careers: What Are Your Options?

Jun 21, 2021 8:26:35 AM

Supply chain management is a vast field. Think about the process a single piece of clothing or technology goes through, from point of origin to your local store shelf. 

There are raw materials to source, a manufacturing process, warehousing, distribution, global transportation logistics, and local delivery networks.  

At each stage, there are contracts to be made, negotiations, problem-solving, costs to manage, orders to track, and clients to update. 

Supply chain management is a highly complex, global industry with many areas of specialization and potential career paths. 

What Does It Mean to Study Business Administration?

Jun 17, 2021 10:35:47 AM

Few fields are as diverse and wide-ranging as business administration.

This area of study focusses on how companies operate. That includes a lot of different departments and roles, including accounting, marketing, sales, management, customer service, and more.

By studying business administration, you can learn how to lead a team, manage resources, attract clients, run an office, help with bookkeeping, or handle routine clerical responsibilities.

Here's the key thing to know: you can study business administration at the university level with a degree program OR you can take a diploma in business at the college level.

The skills you learn will be quite different, depending on which path you choose.

In this post, we break down the differences between diplomas and degrees, including what you'll study and what jobs you'll qualify for after graduation.

Find out what it means to study business administration and if this field is right for you.

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