Helping Canadians get back to work.

Cestar College of Business, Health & Technology

265 Yorkland Blvd., Suite 400, Toronto ON

Possible funding to those who qualify*

  • Second Career
  • Loans
  • Grants
  • Bursaries
  • Scholarships

Programs

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

Beauty, Esthetics, Barber Programs

  • 1040 Hours Program With Diploma

    Our Esthetics Diploma’s curriculum is from the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC)

    Topics Covered in the NACC Esthetics Program

    • Introduction to Esthetics
    • Bacteriology, Sterilization and Sanitation
    • Cells, Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology
    • Advanced Anatomy
    • Disorders and diseases of the Skin
    • Nutrition
    • Basic Chemistry, Cosmetic Ingredients & Production Analysis
    • Facials
    • Electrical Tools
    • Hair Removal
    • Manicures & Pedicures
    • Make-up Artistry
    • Advanced Esthetics
    • Business Management

    Labs and Job Shadowing

    Graduates of the NACC Esthetics program have had a minimum of 500 hours in a lab practicing, refining and being assessed on skills needed to perform esthetics services. Graduates have also been placed in a job shadowing role in a spa or salon to gain an understanding of the role and responsibilities of an esthetician in a work environment.

    NACC Esthetics Standard

    NACC colleges are provincially registered and regulated. Our students’ success in the work force is a direct reflection of our success as educators. Each NACC college is dedicated to skills development at the forefront of today’s training. The program is designed and modified to meet specific job requirements. This means that our graduates have acquired the skills that they need to effectively work in a spa or salon environment.

    Final Esthetics Examination

    The NACC final examination evaluates the theory component of the training and determines whether the candidate has met the required level of knowledge. The external setting and marking provide unbiased and consistent evaluation, adhering to industry standards.
    The Exam Services Committee of NACC monitors and reviews the Esthetics program content and examination system. The Exam Services Committee also serves as a resource for member colleges offering support and advice as well as conducting visits to confirm compliance with NACC standards for delivery of the program.
    Examinations are developed by the committee with input from the childcare sector and Common Standards Group Colleges, and examinations are offered on a monthly basis.
    The standardized curricula and third party examinations not only demonstrate NACC’s commitment to promote national standards, but also facilitate credit transfer and mobility for students seeking further qualifications.

    NACC Certificate and Pin

    Successful students are awarded a numbered certificate and correspondingly numbered pin identifying the graduate as having successfully passed the theory portion of the Esthetics program.

Business, Accounting, Marketing Programs

  • 2 Weeks

    Qualify the Customer

    • Analyze Electric Bill
    • Perform Remote Site Inspection
    • Identify Customer Needs
    • Perform Ball Park Estimate
    • Identify Jurisdictional Issues
    • Manage Customer Expecations

    Site Analysis

    • Inspect electrical service
    • Identify locations for system components
    • Assess mounting location
    • Perform shade analysis

    Conceptual Design

    • Select appropriate equipment
    • Determine equipment location
    • Plan system layout
    • Perform string sizing
    • Determine breaker size or supply side connection
    • Determine mounting method and tilt angle

    Financial Costs, Incentives, and Savings

    • Explain types of incentives and net cost
    • Explain types of utility rates and net electric bill savings

    Financial Benefit Analysis and Financing

    • Calculate financial analysis
    • Evaluate appropriate financing options

    Financial Costs, Incentives, and Savings

    • Explain types of incentives and net cost
    • Explain types of utility rates and net electric bill savings

    Non-Financial Benefit Analysis

    • Calculate/quantify environmental benefits proportional to estimated production
    • Describe non-financial non-environmental benefits

    Performance Analysis

    • Calculate production
    • Identify factors that degrade system performance over time

    Prepare Proposals

    • Create minimum acceptable proposal
    • Include additional elements as applicable and/or appropriate
    • Includes proposals for Residential, Municipal, Non Profit Organizations,and Commercial areas

Healthcare, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • Credential

    • Certificate

    Durantion

    • 7 Months

    Intake

    • July 1, 2020 & September 14th, 2020
    The NACC Personal Support Worker program provides quality education and training for aspiring PSWs. The NACC PSW Program contains the content to be taught, learning outcomes and skills competencies required to be effective as a Personal Support Worker.

    Topics Covered in the NACC PSW program:

    • PSW Foundations
    • Safety and Mobility
    • Body Systems
    • Assisting with Personal Hygiene
    • Abuse and Neglect
    • Household Management, Nutrition, and Hydration
    • Care Planning, Restorative Care, Documentation, Working in the Community
    • Assisting the Family, Growth and Development
    • Assisting the Dying Person
    • Assisting with Medications
    • Cognitive and Mental Health Issues and Brain Injuries
    • Health Conditions
    • Clinical Placement (Community) – 110 Hours
    • Clinical Placement (Facility) – 200 Hours
    Final PSW Examination: The NACC final examination evaluates the theory component of the training and determines whether the candidate has the required level of knowledge to do the job safely and effectively. The external setting for the exam and marking provide unbiased and consistent evaluation of adherence to NACC PSW standards. The Examination Services Committee of NACC was formed to monitor and review the Personal Support Worker and Personal Assistant examination system. The Examination Services Committee also serves as a resource for member colleges offering support and advice, as well as annual visits to confirm compliance with NACC standards for delivery of the program. Examinations are developed by the Committee with input from the industry and Common Standards Group Colleges and are offered online on a monthly basis. This standardized curricula and third party examinations not only demonstrate NACC’s commitment to promote national standards, but also facilitate credit transfer and mobility for students seeking further qualifications.

    NACC Certificate and Pin:

    Successful students are awarded a numbered certificate and correspondingly numbered pin identifying the graduate as having successfully passed the theory portion of the PSW program.

    Why You Should Hire a NACC PSW Graduate:

    Benefits to potential employers hiring graduates of the Common Standards Group Personal Support Worker Program include:
    • Assurance that graduates have been trained to meet established learningoutcomes and program standards
    • Assurance that the graduate has the knowledge required to do the job as verified by third party testing
    • Assurance that the skills required to do the job have been verified in clinical settings prior to graduation

    Key Elements of the Program:

    • Grade 12 or equivalent admission requirement in addition to Medical Certificate of fitness to complete the program
    • Literacy Test to be completed by all applicants
    • Clear police records check (Vulnerable), Standard First Aid and Basic Rescuer CPR
    • 287 hours of classroom instruction
    • 413 hours of clinical placement – a) supervised on site by the college instructor in both institutional and community sites and b) precepted by the host supervisor in both institutional and community sites.
    • Skills Passbook to be completed on placement
    • All students write the NACC final theory examination at the end of the placement. Maximum of 3 writings. This is a quality assurance mechanism for the college, the student and NACC.
  • Our Intra-Oral Level I & II Dental Assisting program is designed to prepare students for employment as dental assistants. The program includes instruction on dental functions, patient care, and dental office procedures. A mix of hands-on experience and classroom instruction provide students with the skills and theory they’ll need to succeed in their careers.

    Study Hours

    30 hours per week, 25 hours in college and 5 hours minimum home work

    Total Hours

    1245 hours (*This includes an internship.)

    Duration

    52 weeks | Estimated start date: September 2020
    •  Estimated completion date will be September 2021

    Admission Requirements

    AGE - 18 YEARS OR OLDER Minimum age requirement And pass an approved qualifying test HS - ACADEMIC BACKGROUND Minimum requirement High School Diploma

    Goals of the Dental Assistant Program

    The Intra-Oral Dental Assisting (IODA) Program prepares career-minded individuals for positions in the dental health care delivery system. The curriculum embodies the theory and practice of modern dental assisting and at the same time recognizes the demands of adult education. Professional job preparation gives the individual self-direction, a sense of independence, and marketability to meet life’s changing needs

    Learning Outcomes of the Dental Assistant Program

    The learning outcomes of this program have been designed specifically to allow students to be successful in the field of dental assisting, including:
    •  Professional conduct
    •  Safe, ethical and professional practice environment
    •  Communication
    •  Collaborative practice/teamwork
    •  Problem solving and critical thinking
    •  Dental assisting process of care
    •  Provision of chairside assisting skills and clinical treatment
    •  Provision of dental office administration skills
    •  Provision of dental laboratory skills
    •  Health promotion and education for individuals and communities

    NDAEB Approved

    Our curriculum is approved and recognized by the National Dental Assisting Examination Board (NDAEB). As a graduate of this dental program, you will be eligible to write the National Dental Assisting Examination Board (NDAEB) examination.

Legal, Policing Programs

  • Paralegal Training Toronto

    1100 Hours with Internship

    Paralegals are currently in high demand due to their vast contributions to law firms and are an asset to any legal team but also can work independently. Our Paralegal program is taught by experienced lawyers and paralegals and is fully accredited by the Law Society of Ontario (LSO). Cestar College of Business, Health & Technology trains and prepares students for employment as professional Paralegals. Upon completion of our Paralegal Program, students are required to successfully complete a 120 hour field placement in a legal environment within a paralegal’s permitted scope of practice. This can be in a variety of legal settings including a court office, legal clinic, paralegal firm, law firm or with municipal prosecutors.

    Career Opportunities:

    Graduates in our Paralegal program can pursue careers in:
    • Law and Paralegal firms
    • Government: Municipal, Provincial or Federal levels.
    • Courts: Federal & Provincial
    • Banks or financial Institutions
    • Tribunals/Administrative Agencies
    • Corporate Legal Departments
    • Self-Employed Paralegal
    • And other Law-Related Occupations
    Our Paralegal Training Program is Accredited by the Law Society of Ontario (LSO). The 120 hour internship placement provides students with practical learning opportunities in a legal setting.
    • Introduction to Law
    • Legal Research and Writing
    • Law Office Computer Applications
    • Administrative Law
    • Employment Law
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Torts and Contracts
    • Regulatory Offences
    • Communication and Writing
    • Evidence
    • Advocacy
    • Provincial and Motor Vehicle Offences
    • Criminal Law and Summary Offences
    • Ethics
    • Landlord Tenant Law
    • Small Claims Court
    • Legal Billing Applications
    • Tribunals
    • Practice Management
    • Job Field Preparations
    • Internship
    Paralegals are an asset to any legal team or can work independently!
  • Legal Assistant Courses

    There’s something exciting about working in a legal setting. Life happens here. From buying their first homes to making life-altering decisions, people realize some of the most dramatic experiences of their lives through the law. That’s where you fit in. You’re detail-oriented, a great listener, well-organized, passionate about the law and love to learn. From legal terminology to legal procedures, and communications to computer work, you’ll learn everything you need to know about starting a successful career as a legal assistant.

    Course Details:

    • Keyboarding Essentials
    • Dictatyping Essentials
    • Introduction to Law
    • Legal Office Procedures
    • English Grammar & Legal Terminology
    • Legal Billing Applications
    • Law Firm Bookkeeping Principals
    • Law Office Accounting Principals
    • WORD Applications
    • EXCEL Applications
    • OUTLOOK Applications
    • POWERPOINT Applications
    • Job Preparation Skills
  • 1060 hours

    Law Clerk with Internship

    1060 hours

    This course prepares students to work in several areas of law under the supervision of a Lawyer. Graduates will be eligible to write the associated Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO) provincial exams The 100 hour internship placement provides students with practical learning opportunities in a legal setting.
    • Legal Research
    • English Grammer & Legal Terminology
    • Legal Office Procedures
    • Litigation
    • Corporate Law
    • Family Law
    • Legal Billing Applications
    • Real Estate Law
    • Wills and Estates
    • Debtor Creditor Law
    • WORD Applications
    • EXCEL Applications
    • OUTLOOK Applications
    • POWERPOINT Applications
    • Job Preparation Skills

Skilled Trades, Auto, Fire Programs

  • 30 Weeks

    An infinite source of clean power: Canada’s bountiful resource. The sun heats our planet to different temperatures in different places and at different times. This unequal distribution of heat is what creates wind as warm air rises and cooler air descends to fill the void. Wind is the ongoing movement of this air. Our vast landscape, our three windy coastlines, the plains and mountains all contribute to this endless resource. Canada has still only scratched the surface of its massive wind energy potential, which currently powers over 1 million Canadian homes. Tomorrow we hope to do even more. Countries like Denmark already get over 20% of their electricity from wind. If we did the same in Canada, we would have enough wind energy to power 17 million homes! As long as the wind continues to blow, there is a great future in wind energy
  • 2 Weeks

    The NABCEP Entry Level Program is designed for those individuals wanting to get into the solar field; achievement of the NABCEP Entry Level Exam is a way for candidates to demonstrate that they have achieved a basic knowledge of the fundamental principles of the application, design, installation and operation of PV and Solar Heating systems. Upon successful completion of coursework offered by a registered NABCEP Entry Level Exam Provider, a student is eligible to sit for one of the Entry Level Exams. Prior to taking the NABCEP PVor Solar Heating Entry Level Exam, students should have demonstrated a basic understanding of the principles outlined in the Learning Objectives. The knowledge demonstrated by passing this test does not replace the knowledge, skills or abilities of the electrical or other construction trades, or those of other professions or degree programs that require considerably more academic and/or practical experience. Individuals passing the NABCEP Entry Level Exams should not be confused with NABCEP Certified PV Installers or NABCEP Certified Solar Heating Installers. The latter can only be achieved by highly experienced individuals who have passed a much more rigorous examination and have demonstrated the capability to supervise complete system installations, and who have a detailed working knowledge of the electrical and plumbing codes, standards and accepted industry practice associated with PV and Solar Heating installations. As the market grows for both PV and Solar Heating, students achieving this industry-sponsored Entry Level Exam may find that their employment opportunities are enhanced by starting the job with an understanding of the basic terms and operational aspects of a PV or Solar Heating system. However, completing coursework and passing the exam does not qualify an individual to installthese systems.

Technology, Networking Programs

  • Mobile Application Developer Program

    Most of us can’t live without social media and our favourite mobile apps. With more and more people relying on their phones to do virtually everything, companies need talented mobile application developers to create the latest and greatest smartphone applications. That’s why mobile application development is such a hot career field. Mobile application developers create programs and innovative content for iOS and Android. Businesses and consumers alike look to new apps and other technological advances to promote products, coordinate schedules, create and share content and entertain themselves. Those starting out in mobile app development can make *$60,000 or more a year, while those with a few years of experience in the field can quickly make a six-figure income.

    NOC 2174

    As market demand surges for apps to run on iOS, Android and whatever operating system will power the next wave of smart devices, companies are facing a dearth of mobile development talent. For IT professionals with programming skills, that gap represents a fresh opportunity to embark on a career makeover. The latest mobile devices and applications are changing the way we communicate, do business, and access news and entertainment. Businesses, consumers and programmers have embraced this innovative content, making mobile application developer one of the most demanded and fastest growing IT careers in 2013 and beyond. Mobile developers write programs inside of a mobile development environment using the Objective C, C++, C# or Java programming languages. A mobile app developer chooses the operating system (a.k.a. mobile platform) they will develop for, such as Google’s Android or Apple’s iOS, then learns the programming languages and software development environment for that platform. App development can become a legitimate business for any entrepreneur or someone looking for an exciting new career in an emerging industry. In this course we give you everything you need to build, test and deploy your very own mobile application.  

    Career Opportunities:

    • Advertising Agencies
    • Mobile Application Developer
    • Mobile Game Developers
    • Mobile Web Specialist
    • Mobile Specialist
    • Enterprise Mobile Specialist
    • Self-Employment
    • IOS Developer
    • Android Developer
    • Mobile Software Developer

    Course Details:

    • Introduction to Programming with Objective-C
    • Swift Programming
    • iOS Application Development
    • Advanced iOS Application Development
    • iOS Based Game Development
    • Mobile Web Development I
    • Mobile Web Development II
    • Introduction to Java Programming
    • Developing Mobile Applications on Android
    • Advanced Application Development on Android
    • Game Development on Android Platform

Toronto Campus

Cestar College of Business, Health and Technology is dedicated to helping students get the most from their training, and preparing them for successful careers. We ensure that our programs are designed to satisfy your education requirements and exceed your expectations. Our vision is “to improve lives by sharing our knowledge of information and technology.

Cestar College of Business, Health and Technology offers:

  • Hands-on, instructor-led, classroom training
  • Certified & experienced instructors
  • Dedicated and friendly staff
  • Vendor authorized training & official curriculum for many programs
  • Flexible schedules
  • Career management assistance
  • Job placement assistance
  • Classes starting monthly
  • On-site testing
  • Financing options ( Employment Ontario (formerly known as HRDC), ODSP, and bank loans)

Cestar College of Business, Health and Technology is a:

  • Registered as a Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005
  • Member in good standing with Career Colleges Ontario and the National Association of Career Colleges.

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