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Canadian College of Health, Science & Technology

1737 Walker Road, Windsor ON

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Programs offered at each campus may vary, so be sure to check other campus offerings for the course you are most interested in.

Business, Accounting, Marketing Programs

  • Imagine the start of your New Life…

    Imagine going to work each morning knowing you are headed into a day of excitement.

    Your alarm goes off first thing in the morning. You hit the shower. Put on your outfit you picked out the night before. Pack the kids lunches and take them to school.

    You get to work and you’re ready for the day to begin.

    Your morning starts off with working on accounts receivables, preparing payroll, and balancing the books. You grab a quick lunch with friends and you’re back at it again for the afternoon. The afternoon is spent putting together reports, answering questions for other staff and finishing off payroll. The end of the day rolls around and the day is done…time to get the kids from their after school program and then off to a family supper.

    Does this sound like the type of a career you have dreamed of?

    Choose CCHST To Advance Your Potential

    You’ll gain the skills needed in the full-time Accounting Administrator program to be successful in your career. Your instructors are experts in their field who actively work in their profession. They bring in real life examples of how to apply the theory you are learning in each class.

    Throughout the Accounting Administrator + Internship program, you will learn how to:

    • Prepare a variety of accounting statements
    • Calculate earnings for employees
    • Prepare a variety of accounting and payroll forms
    • Work with popular computerized accounting systems such as Quick Books and Sage

    At the end of your accounting program, you will complete an internship providing you work experience allowing you to apply what you’ve learned. Your internship gives you a step above your competition with the real-world experience you gained. And from time to time, your internship can lead to employment.

    In addition to your Accounting Administrator diploma, you will also have an opportunity to build upon your Sage 50 – Canadian Edition Certifications, starting with Level 1 (Learn the Basics) and Level 2 (Certified User – Accounting and Payroll) modules. This serves as a testament to your new skills in bookkeeping, accounting, and bank reconciliation, among other things, which will ensure that employers can trust in your abilities to work with their most intimate financial records.

     

    Benefit From A College Where You Come First

    Your goal of going to school is to prepare for a career that you love and can enjoy for years to come. The hardest part of graduating is finding your first position in your new career. The Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology is there for you to get you going in the right direction. The college has a dedicated Career Services department which offers:

    • Job search workshops
    • Resume writing workshops
    • Interview skills workshops
    • And more

    The college acts as a hub connecting you to a variety of employment resources in Windsor to help move you from student to professional.

    Upon successful completion, graduates of this program find positions working as:

    • Accounting Administrator
    • Accounting Clerk
    • Bookkeeper
    • Accounting Specialist

    To find out the admission requirement for the Accounting Administrator program, request more information today!

     

    ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATOR FAST FACTS:


    • Accounting Administrators in Windsor, Ontario prepare and process bills, invoices, accounts payable and receivable, budgets and other financial records according to established procedures.

    • Because of the large size of this occupational group, a substantial number of job openings will be created each year from the need to replace workers who retire or leave.


    • Typical employers include: banks and other financial institutions, insurance companies, federal, provincial and municipal governments, accounting and bookkeeping firms, retail stores, manufacturing establishments.

  • Choose CCHST Advance Your Potential

    Imagine going to work each morning knowing you are headed into a day of excitement. Your alarm goes off first thing in the morning, you hit the shower, put on your scrubs picked out the night before, pack the kids lunches and take them to school.

    As you arrive at your desk you are ready for the day to begin. The morning starts with patients checking in, faxing off doctor’s prescriptions and following up on medical charts. Before you know it, you grab a quick lunch at the corner café and you’re back at it again for the afternoon.

    More appointments follow throughout the late afternoon. You’re needed in a couple of procedures with the doctor to assist, and just like that the day is done.

    Choose CCHST To Advance Your Potential

    Throughout the Medical Office Assistant program, you’ll gain hands-on practical experience. Your instructors are experts in their field who actively work in their profession. They bring in real life examples of how to apply the theory you are learning in each class.

    • During your program, you will learn how to:
    • Prepare medical forms and documents
    • Learn medical transcription
    • Interview patients
    • Initiate and prepare procedural setups for minor office surgery
    • Effectively use communication skills

    As a Canadian College of Health, Science & Technology student, you participate in an internship at the end of your program to apply what you learned. Your internship gives you a step above your competition as you have had the opportunity to gain real-world experience. And from time to time, your internship can lead to employment.

    Medical Office Assistants often have these responsibilities in a position:

    • Front desk duties
    • Patient care
    • Greet patients
    • Handle forms and filing
    • Assist doctors with minor office surgery procedures
    • Demonstrate good communication skills
     

    Benefit From A College Where You Come First

    Your goal of going to school is to prepare for a career that you love and can enjoy for years to come. The hardest part of graduating is finding your first position in your new career. Canadian College is there for you to get you going in the right direction. And so, the college has a dedicated Career Services department which offers:

    • Job search workshops
    • Resume writing workshops
    • Interview skills workshops
    • And more

    Canadian College acts as a hub connecting you to a variety of employment resources in Windsor to help move you from student to professional.

    Upon successful completion of the Medical Office Assistant program, MOA graduates have been hired into positions at medical centers, hospitals, long-term care facilities and regional health authorities with titles such as:

    • Medical Receptionist/Assistant/Secretary
    • Office Administration/Assistant
    • Medical/Office Clerk
    • Dental Receptionist

    Graduates of the Medical Office Assistant course work places such as medical clinics, doctor’s offices, dentist offices, health clinics, regional health authorities and chiropractic offices.

     

    MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT FAST FACTS:


    • The aging population will increasingly put pressure on the demand for health care workers.


    • Medical Office Assistants are integral members of the health care delivery team and perform many administrative and some basic clinical procedures.


    • This specialized program will provide advanced training and simulated practice in the administrative responsibilities required to complement the health-care team in a private practice, clinic, hospital, or allied health-care facility.

  • Imagine the start of your New Life…

    Your alarm goes off first thing in the morning. You hit the shower. Put on your outfit you picked out the night before. Pack the kids lunches and take them to school. You get to work and you’re ready for the day to begin. It’s Monday. It means it’s going to be a busy morning. You have email in your inbox to manage. Mail to go out from Friday afternoon. Reports to look at it from other team members and the phone has been ringing off the hook since the start of the day. Someone covers your lunch break and you get a chance to catch up with some of your coworkers over a quick sandwich and coffee. It’s the afternoon now and you’re back at it again. This time you’re working on a special project you have been assigned. You love the pace, the challenge and wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world.

    Choose CCHST To Advance Your Potential

    You’ll gain hands-on practical experience throughout the Office Administration program. Your instructors are experts in their field who actively work in their profession. They bring in real life examples of how to apply the theory you are learning in each class. Throughout the Office Administration program, you will learn how to:
    • Work with Microsoft Office Applications proficiently
    • Relate to people in a professional environment
    • Manage an office using proper office procedures
    • Use Sage Simply Accounting
    At the end of your program, you will complete an internship allowing you to apply what you’ve learned. Your internship gives you a step above your competition with the real-world experience you gained. And from time to time, your internship can lead to employment. In addition to your Office Administration diploma, you will also have an opportunity to earn your Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS) Certification. Additional certifications will help you be more desirable to prospective employers.

    Benefit From A College Where You Come First

    Your goal of going to school is to prepare for a career that you love and can enjoy for years to come. The hardest part of graduating is finding your first position in your new career. The Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology is there for you to get you going in the right direction. The college has a dedicated Career Services department which offers:
    • Job search workshops
    • Resume writing workshops
    • Interview skills workshops
    • And more
    The college acts as a hub connecting you to a variety of employment resources in Windsor to help move you from student to professional.

    OFFICE ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT FAST FACTS:

    • In the Office Administration program you will learn to apply scheduling, task coordination, and organizational skills to facilitate the completion of tasks and to meet deadlines in the workplace.
    • Produce accurate business correspondence using available computer technology.
    • Use effective interpersonal skills in the workplace to assist the completion of individual and team tasks, to ensure effective customer service, and to promote the image of the organization.
    • Demonstrate administrative skills to enhance the effective operation of the workplace.

Health, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • Imagine a Career Where No Two Days Are The Same…

    Each day the patients arrive at the clinic with a new story. For example, you may work with someone who was in a serious car accident and now on the road to recovery. Furthermore, you could be dealing with an elderly person who had a bad fall or knee replacement, helping them regain their strength to improve their quality of life. Or maybe it’s a busy mom who finally has a chance to spend some ‘me’ time and is looking to have a relaxing massage.

    Regardless, you are a part of a highly skilled team of professionals who help people gain back the quality of life they once enjoyed. The environment you choose could be inside a chiropractors office, health spa or you may even be running your own practice. Overall, you get to decide where your career takes you.

    Choose CCHST To Advance Your Potential

    You’ll gain hands-on practical experience throughout the Massage & Hydrotherapy program. Your instructors are healthcare professionals in their field who actively work in their profession. They bring in real life examples of how to apply the theory you are learning in each class. As a regulated profession through the Massage Therapy Act & Regulated Health Professions Act, you know you will be receiving quality Massage Therapy training throughout your program.

    Not only will you gain the theory of being a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT), you will have the opportunity to apply it!

    The Massage Therapy program covers topics such as:

    • Health Sciences
    • Hydrotherapy Techniques
    • Remedial Massage Therapy Techniques
    • Swedish Massage Techniques
    • Treatment planning
    • Therapeutic Massage Techniques
    • Assessing clients needs
    • And other massage treatment options

    The Massage program provides you to challenge the provincial licensing exam which will allow you to work as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT.) As well, you will have the credentials needed to take your skills with you right across Canada from writing the certification examinations. When you successfully complete the Massage Therapy course, it will allow you to earn your diploma, as well as, take the certification exams through the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) and then complete the CMTO’s Initial Registration application.

     

    Benefit From A College Where You Come First

    Your goal of going to school is to prepare for a career that you love and can enjoy for years to come. The hardest part of graduating is finding your first position in your new career. The Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology is there for you to get you going in the right direction. The college has a dedicated Career Services department which offers:

    • Job search workshops
    • Resume writing workshops
    • Interview skills workshops
    • And more

    The college acts as a hub connecting you to a variety of employment resources in Windsor to help move you from student to professional.

    The Massage Therapy diploma program requires you to have completed secondary school or have your GED. To learn more about the programs admissions requirements, please request more information today!

    Our program provides education and hands-on learning to promote advanced knowledge, skills, ethics, and behaviours. This enables graduates to successfully practice massage therapy in a variety of health-care environments.

    Massage Therapy is one of Canada’s fastest growing health-care fields. Canadian College Windsor is a leader in Massage Therapy education and is dedicated to providing students with the latest resources in Massage Therapy training.

     

    MASSAGE & HYDROTHERAPY PROGRAM + INTERNSHIP FAST FACTS:


    • The Massage Therapy program at Canadian College is a Massage School designed to give you the all-around training and support it takes to become a skilled, competent Registered Massage Therapist.


    • You’ll enter your new career with confidence. After gaining plenty of practical, hands-on experience, you will work with real clients at our on-site massage therapy clinic.


    • Our program provides education and hands-on learning to promote advanced knowledge, skills, ethics, and behaviours. This enables graduates to successfully practice massage therapy in a variety of health-care environments.


    • Massage Therapy is one of Canada’s fastest growing health-care fields. Canadian College Windsor is a leader in Massage Therapy education and is dedicated to providing students with the latest resources in Massage Therapy training.

  • Imagine a career where no two days are the same.

    You get to work in the morning and have a team meeting with the charge-nurse on staff. You get the update from how things went the night before with the residents of the long-term care home. You find out the night went pretty smoothly overall. Mr. Johnson had a bit of trouble taking his medication the night before, but you’re up for the challenge to help him today. Mrs. Smith needs her daily bath and there are some activities you will be involved in the afternoon for the weekly games day for Wing C. Before you know it, the meeting is over and it’s off to go do patient lifts and assist the residents with their days. You know your day working in health care will be filled with excitement and challenge. You know you are prepared thanks to the training you received from the Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology. And in Windsor, Personal Support Workers are needed with the aging population so now is a great time to enter this in-demand field.

    Choose CCHST To Advance Your Potential

    You’ll gain hands-on practical experience throughout the Personal Support Worker program. Your health care instructors are experts in their field who actively work in their profession. They bring in real life examples of how to apply the theory you are learning in each class. Not only will you gain the theory of being a Personal Support Worker, you will have the opportunity to apply it! The Personal Support Worker program (PSW Certificate) covers topics such as:
    • Assisting in Daily Activities
    • Personal Care & Hygiene
    • Household Management Activities
    • Restorative & Activation Activities
    The program provides you with an 11-week internship placement which will allow you to apply the knowledge you learned in class and the skills you learned in your practical labs.

    PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER PROGRAM + INTERNSHIP FAST FACTS:

    • There are excellent employment opportunities in nursing homes, with homecare agencies, in rest homes, retirement homes, community living and other government agencies.
    • Students in the Personal Support Worker program learn about assisting in daily living activities, personal care and hygiene, restorative/activation exercises, & home management activities
    • The Canadian College Personal Support Worker Program includes practical lab time and clinical placement.
  • Imagine a career where no two days are the same…

    Each day the patients you work with have new stories as to why they are at the clinic. One day, you may be working with someone who was in a serious car accident and is now on the road to recovery. Or it could be an elderly person who had a bad fall or knee replacement and you are helping them gain their strength to improve their quality of life. Physiotherapy Assistants never have the same day. Each day in the clinic is always different. You are a part of a highly skilled team of healthcare professionals who help people gain back the quality of life they once enjoyed. As a member of a team, you work closely with the Physiotherapist and other Physiotherapy Assistants to help patients with their care. Most importantly, you get to be their cheerleader each and every step of the way, helping them travel their road to recovery.

    Choose CCHST To Advance Your Potential

    You’ll gain hands-on practical experience throughout the Physiotherapist Assistant program (PTA Program). Your instructors are experts in their field who actively work in their profession. They bring in real life examples of how to apply the theory you are learning in each class. Not only will you gain the theory of being a Physiotherapist Assistant, you will have the opportunity to apply it! The full-time Physiotherapist Assistant program covers Physiotherapy Assistant courses such as:
    • Health Sciences
    • Psycho-sociological sciences
    • Disabling conditions to promote movement, daily functioning, and activity
    • Interpersonal Skills & Communication with Clients
    • Medical Terminology, Body Systems & Disease
    • PTA Administration & Program Support
    • And more
    The Physical Therapist Assistant program provides you with an understanding of:
    • Legislation
    • Ethical and legal principles
    • Confidentiality requirements for workplace situations
    • The skills necessary to act within legal, ethical and professional boundaries, including the maintenance of patient / client health records.
    The Physiotherapist Assistant program prepares you for certification through Canadian Fitness Professionals (CANFIT PRO).

    Benefit From A College Where You Come First

    Your goal of going to school is to prepare for a career that you love and can enjoy for years to come. The hardest part of graduating is finding your first position in your new career. The Canadian College of Health, Science & Technology is there for you to get you going in the right direction. The college has a dedicated Career Services department which offers:
    • Job search workshops
    • Resume writing workshops
    • Interview skills workshops
    • And more
    Canadian College acts as a hub connecting you to a variety of employment resources in Windsor to help move you from student to professional. Physiotherapy Assistants typically find work in areas such as retirement and nursing homes (long-term care facilities), sports and fitness centres, recreation centres and throughout the physical therapy clinics. Upon successful completion of the Physiotherapy Assistant program, you will have earned your Physiotherapy Assistant diploma from CCHST. Graduates work as:
    • Physiotherapist Aide/Attendant
    • Physiotherapy Aide/Assistant
    • Physical Therapy Aide/Assistant
    • Rehabilitation Aide/Assistant
    • Restorative Care Aide
    • Therapy Assistant
    Sometimes when seeing employment, Physiotherapy Assistants find job postings listed alongside jobs for Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTA’s) according to onip.ca.

    PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT FAST FACTS:

    • As a Physiotherapist Assistant in Windsor (PTA), you will have the opportunity to work in a variety of environments such as acute care and community hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, long-term care facilities, private practice & retail
    • You will learn to assist in the implementation of rehabilitation treatment plans and programs developed to promote clients’ independence, activities, and function.
    • The Physiotherapy Assistant program includes a 200 hour clinical placement within a physiotherapy environment.
    • We are a student-oriented school with a friendly learning environment. We are comprehensive, innovative, diverse and distinguished.

Human & Social Services, CSW Programs

  • What is the Addictions and Mental Health Worker Program?

    AMHW’s consider social policy, legislation, and political, social and economic systems, and their impacts on service delivery. In addition, they learn to provide appropriate treatment, prevention and harm reduction strategies to individuals and families impacted by addiction and mental health issues. Futhermore, AMHW’s learn to recognize diverse needs and experiences of individuals, groups, families and communities to develop and promote accessible and responsive programs and services.

    As an Addictions Worker or Mental Health Worker you will respond accordingly to individuals in crisis to provide appropriate assistance and referral where necessary in a professional and ethical manner. Individuals learn to develop creative concepts for addiction and mental health practice that meet innovation, entrepreneurship and social enterprise objectives.

    Choose CCHST To Advance Your Potential

    Throughout the Addictions & Mental Health Worker program you’ll gain hands-on experience, as your instructors are experts in their field who actively work in the profession. They bring in real life examples of how to apply the theory you are learning in each class.

    Throughout the Addictions & Mental Health Worker program, you will learn practical skills on how to:

    • Assist individuals to achieve their goals
    • Respond to diverse cultural and community perspectives
    • Create harm reduction strategies
    • Develop creative concepts for addiction and mental health practice
    • Work with case management
    • Deal with relapse prevention situations
    • Work with persons who have concurrent disorders
    • Learn non-violent crisis intervention (NVCI) techniques
    • Utilize group facilitation concepts including group work

    At the end of your program, you will complete an internship allowing you to apply what you’ve learned. Your internship gives you a step above your competition with the real-world experience you gained as the internship provides students with hands-on experience. And, from time to time your internship can lead to employment.

    If you are interested in learning more about the admissions requirements, start dates, tuition costs and funding options, please contact us today!

     

    Benefit From A College Where You Come First

    Your goal of going to school is to prepare for a career that you love and can enjoy for years to come. The hardest part of graduating is finding your first position in your new career. The Canadian College of Health, Science & Technology has a dedicated Career Services department which offers:

    • Job search workshops
    • Resume writing workshops
    • Interview skills workshops
    • And more

    The college acts as a hub connecting you to a variety of employment resources in Windsor to help move you from student to professional.

    Upon graduating from the Addictions & Mental Health Worker program you may find job postings for positions with the following titles according to the Government of Canada:

    • Addictions Worker
    • Social Service Worker
    • Mental Health Worker
    • Addictions & Mental Health Worker
    • Developmental Service Worker
    • Direct Service Worker
    • Life Skills Coach
  • Imagine the start of your New Life…

    Imagine going to work each morning knowing you are headed into a day of excitement.

    Your alarm goes off first thing in the morning. You hit the shower. Put on your outfit you picked out the night before. Pack the kids lunches and take them to school.

    You get to work and you’re ready for the day to begin.

    Your morning starts off with contacting your clients and setting up the office for the families to come in. You grab a quick lunch with friends and you’re back at it again for the afternoon. The afternoon is spent helping families just like yours, and helping others get their lives on track to succeed. The end of the day rolls around and the day is done…time to get the kids from their after school program and then off to a family supper.

    Does this sound like the type of a career you have dreamed of?

    Choose CCHST To Advance Your Potential

    You’ll gain hands-on practical experience throughout the Community Service Worker course. Your instructors are experts in their field who actively work in their profession. They bring in real life examples of how to apply the theory you are learning in each class.

    • Throughout the Community Service Worker course, you will learn skills such as:
    • Identifying which populations are at risk
    • Lifestyle Management & Crisis Intervention
    • Communicating effectively with your clients, their families, co-workers and your employer
    • Basic Psychology and Sociology
    • Understanding the dynamics of the family

    At the end of your Community Service Worker program, you will complete a six-week Community Service Worker internship allowing you to apply what you’ve learned. Your internship gives you a step above your competition with the real-world experience you gained, and from time to time, your internship can lead to employment.

     

    Benefit From A College Where You Come First

    Your goal of going to school is to prepare for a career that you love and can enjoy for years to come. The hardest part of graduating is finding your first position in your new career. The Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology is there for you to get you going in the right direction. The college has a dedicated Career Services department which offers:

    • Job search workshops
    • Resume writing workshops
    • Interview skills workshops
    • And more

Legal, Policing Programs

  • Law Enforcement Foundations

    What is the Law Enforcement Foundations Program?

    The Law Enforcement Foundations program at Canadian College of Health, Science, & Technology is designed to help individuals looking for a career in policing. Our courses are designed to cover all aspects associated with law enforcement, security and policing in Ontario and throughout Canada. The curriculum is designed to give students the knowledge and skills required of a law enforcement officer.

    Law Enforcement Foundations provides a solid education leading to several potential jobs such as a security guard, probation and parole officer, correctional service officer, and by-law enforcement officer. Successful completion of the program and a Law Enforcement Foundations diploma will create an advantage for careers as a Police Officer and Border Services Officer along with other related occupations requiring investigative or enforcement elements.

    Choose Canadian College To Advance Your Potential

    Graduates of Law Enforcement Foundations will have many avenues open to them such as policing, investigation, border services, revenue, by-law, probation, security & parole officers, correctional service officers, and other related occupations. No matter the avenue you choose, you will be embarking on a career in public safety to protect and serve the community. Employment opportunities are available within municipal, provincial, regional, and federal governments.

    Potential Career Paths After Completing the Program

    • NOC: 4311 – Police Officers
    • NOC: 6541 – Security Guards & related Security Service Occupations
    • NOC: 1228 – Employment Insurance, Immigration, Border Services & Revenue Officers
    • NOC: 4155 – Probation & Parole Officer & related Occupations
    • NOC: 4422 – Correctional Service Officer
    • NOC: 4423 – By-law Enforcement & other Regulatory Officers
     
     

    Benefit From A College Where You Come First

    Your goal of going to school is to prepare for a career that you love and can enjoy for years to come. The hardest part of graduating is finding your first position in your new career. The Canadian College of Health, Science & Technology has a dedicated Career Services department which offers:

    • Job search workshops
    • Resume writing workshops
    • Interview skills workshops
    • And more

    The college acts as a hub connecting you to a variety of employment resources in Windsor to help move you from student to professional.

     

    LAW ENFORCEMENT FOUNDATIONS PROGRAM FAST FACTS:


    • Over 80 000 people are employed as Police Officers in Canada. Approximately 1,570 people work in this occupation in the Windsor-Sarnia region.


    • Part-time officers are a rare occurrence in Canada. In 2018, there were 226 permanent part-time officers, accounting for less than half of one percent of officers.


    • The representation of female officers is increasing each year, even within the higher ranks.


    • Police officers (except commissioned) mainly work in the following sectors: Local (44%), Provincial and territorial public administration (44% ), and Federal government public administration (10%).

  • Imagine the start of your New Life…

    As a Legal Administrative Assistant, you are constantly busy and are a critical member of the legal team. The day may start off helping your lawyer prepare documents for the court case to be attended the next day. Next, the phone rings and it’s a new client looking for legal advice on how to handle incorporating their new business. Mornings carry on with phone calls, preparing documents and answering questions. In the afternoon, a newlywed couple comes by to sign the papers they need for the new house they purchased. Before you know it, the day is done and it’s time to go home. You know you made a difference in the lives of the firms clients. Being a Legal Administrative Assistant means no two days are exactly the same and that’s exactly how you wanted your career to be. Legal assistants perform a variety of secretarial and administrative duties in law offices, legal departments of large firms, real estate companies, land title offices, municipal, provincial and federal courts and government. The program offered at Canadian College will help develop your skills in legal research and report writing, PC Law, legal office procedures, and more. In addition, you will gain basic bookkeeping knowledge in programs like Sage 50, and how to become proficient in Microsoft Office.

    Choose CCHST To Advance Your Potential

    You’ll gain hands-on practical experience throughout the Legal Administrative Assistant program. Your instructors are experts in their field who actively work in their profession. They bring in real life examples of how to apply the theory you are learning in each class. Throughout the Legal Administrative Assistant program, you will learn:
    • Legal office procedures
    • How to become proficient in Microsoft Office
    • Basic bookkeeping using programs like Sage
    • How to perform legal research and report writing
    • PC Law

    Benefit From A College Where You Come First

    Your goal of going to school is to prepare for a career that you love and can enjoy for years to come. The hardest part of graduating is finding your first position in your new career. The Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology is there for you to get you going in the right direction. The college has a dedicated Career Services department which offers:
    • Job search workshops
    • Resume writing workshops
    • Interview skills workshops
    • And more
    The college acts as a hub connecting you to a variety of employment resources in Windsor to help move you from student to professional.

    LEGAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT FAST FACTS:

    • Produce accurate legal correspondence on time using as well as applying recording, editing, and language skills
    • Troubleshoot and show initiative in the creation and production of accurate documentation for civil, corporate, real estate, family, and wills and estates law.
    • Apply scheduling, task coordination, and organizational skills to facilitate the completion of tasks and to meet deadlines in the legal environment.
    • Areas of concentration include litigation, family, corporate, real estate and estate law. Workplace simulations assist you in transferring the learned skills and knowledge to the work environment.

Windsor Campus

Providing Quality Education For Over 30 Years

The Canadian College Advantage

Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology (CCHST) is a locally-owned, private career college located in Windsor, Ontario. It’s the only career college in Southwestern Ontario region that specializes exclusively in health care, business, information technology (IT) and green energy programs.

Our goal is to provide our students with a well-rounded education which combines academics and skills-training with real-world experience. This comprehensive approach to education is a key reason why our graduates are sought out by employers. Canadian College maintains a low student-to-teacher ratio to ensure that our students get the personalized attention they deserve Employers know our graduates have the skills, training, practical experience and knowledge that they’re looking for in an employee.

Canadian College is a Private Career College (PCC) registered under the PCCA 2005 and is a member of the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC).


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