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Collège Canada

1118 Sainte Catherine West 4th floor, Montreal QB

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Programs

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

  • AEC – Business Administration & Commerce

    Duration: 24 Months (2 Years)  The Business Administration and Commerce program, with a duration of 1200 hours, is given in four 15-week sessions, including a 2-month internship in a company. It will interest those wishing to pursue a career in areas such as accounting, finance, marketing, sales and trade. The program focuses on the basic skills of communication and business ethics, and explores the essential computer applications used in the various fields of activity. Students will gain a thorough understanding of business concepts including marketing, entrepreneurship, economics and business law. Business Administration and Commerce also discusses the concepts in financial markets and the stock exchange. International students are eligible for post graduate working visa.  

    This training will allow students

    Understand the concepts of management in the conduct of business (Finance, Management – Marketing – Transport Logistics – the stock market – the business law, etc …). Master the concepts of basic accounting and financial markets. Understand the business processes related to the international export of products and services. Use computer tools for commercial communication. To communicate in English and to converse with ease.

    Employment prospects

    Employment prospects are very satisfactory in this field, whether at the level of SMEs, public companies, import-export companies, banks, trading companies or insurance. The placement rate in the industry has reached 80% for students with skills in management and business administration.

    List of Courses

    • Business and globalization
    • English I and II Business
    • International Trade
    • Accounting and Finance
    • Stock Exchange and Financial Markets
    • E-commerce
    • Transport Logistics
    • Marketing
    • Business Law
    • Export of Services
    • Administration and IT tools
  • Residential Real Estate Broker

    The residential real estate broker program, with duration of 465 hours, is given in two 15-week semesters. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared to take the final exam required for the procurement of a residential Real Estate Broker license. Duration: 465 hours (2 sessions – 6 months)

    Perspectives Employment

    Employment prospects are very satisfactory in this area. The placement rate is 80%. The main tasks of a graduate are to: analyze the real estate brokerage market, apply the laws and regulations relating to real estate brokerage, adopt professional behavior in their immovable property brokerage practice, appreciate the construction quality and standards for residential buildings, estimate the market value of residential property, carry out brokerage transactions relating to contracts for the sale, purchase or lease of a residential building, and overseeing operations such as promises to purchase, lease or exchange of residential buildings.

    List of Courses

    • • Work function of Real Estate Broker(60h)
    • • Fundamentals of Real Estate (60 hours)
    • • Interpersonal Real Estate Broker (45h)
    • • Real Estate Mathematics (45h)
    • • Real Estate Brokerage Law (45h)
    • • Presentation of buildings, purchase offer (60h)
    • • Construction quality of a building (45h)
    • • Residential Real Estate Valuation (45 hours)
    • • Brokerage Contracts (residential buildings) (45h)
  • Bookkeeping I

    Introduction to Bookkeeping • Bookkeeping Goals and Values • The Bookkeeping Mindset • The History of Bookkeeping • Computers and Bookkeeping Personnel • A Day in the Life of a Bookkeeping Professional • A Glossary of Accounting and Bookkeeping Documents

    Bookkeeping II

    Fundamental Bookkeeping Practices • The Purpose of Bookkeeping • The Balance Sheet • The Income Statement • Analyzing Transactions • Steps in The Bookkeeping Process • The Journal and the Ledger • Preparation of Financial Statements

    Bookkeeping Module III

    The Accounting Cycle • Adjusting Entries, Income Statement, Balance Sheet • Preparation of Closing Entries • Revisiting the Accounting Cycle • Post Closing Entries and Trial Balance • Practicing the Steps in the Accounting Cycle • Buying Merchandise Inventory • Selling Merchandise Inventory • Preparing Financial Statements for a Merchandise Company

    Bookkeeping Module IV

    Intermediate Bookkeeping Techniques • Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals • Using the Special Journals • Payroll and Taxes • Dealing with Cash • The Statement of Cash Flows • Accounting for Partnerships • Closing the Books
  • Course Description – Level 1

    This is an introduction to accomplishing basic accounting tasks using Simply Accounting by Sage. Students will begin with a company file and enter transactions for general ledger, accounts receivables, accounts payable, inventory, and managing capital expenses. This course will review some accounting fundamentals as they relate to the transaction at hand only. Who Should Attend? People who have taken courses in both Microsoft Windows (Level 1) and Accounting Fundamentals, or have equivalent work experience. Duration : 6 hours

    Course Outline:

    • Introduction • What is Simply Accounting? • Starting Simply Accounting • Selecting Sets of Data Files • Looking at Simply Accounting Home Window • Understanding Chart of Accounts • Saving Changes • Company Information • Printing Chart of Accounts • Understanding Session Dates • Accounting/Non-Accounting Terminology • General Module Linked Accounts • General Journal Transactions • Recurring Transactions • Adjusting and Reversing General Journal Entries • General Journal Reports • Backing Up Simply Accounting Data Files • Exiting Simply Accounting • Accounts Payable • Creating and Modifying Vendors • Setting Up Shipper’s Lists • Payables Module Linked Accounts • Purchasing Inventory on Accounts • Non-Inventory Purchases • Purchases with Immediate Payment • Recurring Entries • Purchase Orders • Filling Purchase Orders • Creating Purchase Invoices from Purchase Orders • Viewing, Adjusting, and Voiding Posted Payables • Doing Invoices • Payables Payments • Paying Vendor Invoices • Making Prepayments • Payables Reports • Accounts Receivable • Creating and Modifying Customers • Receivables Module Linked Accounts • Accounts Receivable Sales • Recurring Transactions • Sales Quotes • Accounting for Over-the-Counter Sales • Viewing, Adjusting, and Voiding Posted Receivables Transactions • Receivable Receipts • Receiving Payments on Invoices • Adjusting/Reversing Receivables Receipts • Applying Deposits/Prepayments • Sales Returns • Receivables Reports • Inventory and Services • Creating Inventory Accounts • Creating Inventory Items • Creating Service Items • Changing Inventory and Service Data • Inventory Module Linked Accounts • Inventory Reports

    Course Description – Level 2

    The main objective of this courseware is to introduce some of the more advanced functions and capabilities of Simply Accounting by Sage. Who Should Attend It is designed for computer users who are already familiar with accounting, have work experience using the basic operations of Simply Accounting by Sage, and/or have completed Simply Accounting by Sage Level I. Duration : 6 hours

    Course Outline:

    • Setting Up Data Files and Customizing Settings • Creating New Companies • Using Setup Wizard • Setting Up General Ledgers • Entering Opening Balances • Setting Up Linked Accounts • Entering Vendors and Purchase History • Entering Customers and Sales History • Entering Inventory and Services History • Entering Employees and Payroll History • Entering Historical Data • Setting Up Sales Taxes • Payroll Overview and Setup • Creating Employee Records • Modifying Employee Records • Payroll Linked Accounts • Paying Employees • Recurring Transactions • Payroll Advances • Viewing, Adjusting, and Voiding Posted Payroll Transactions • Entering Taxes Manually • Payroll Reports • Banking and Credit Cards • Setting Up Bank Reconciliations • Setting Up Accounts for Reconciliation • Reconciling Accounts for First Time • Reconciling Accounts • Working with Credit/Debit Card Transactions • Entering Customer Sales on Credit Cards • Reconciling Credit Card Accounts • Creating and Setting Up Credit Cards for Purchases • Enter Vendor Purchases on Credit Cards • Reconciling Credit Card Statements • Reporting, Miscellaneous and Period End Procedures • Creating Graphs • Creating and Printing Financial Reports • Using Daily Business Manager • Processing Transactions in Daily Business Manager • Using Checklists • Checking Data Integrity and Compacting Databases • Setting Up Batch Printing • Printing in Batches • Month End Procedures • Year End Procedures • Working with Foreign Currencies • Dealing with Foreign Currencies • Setting Up for Foreign Currencies • Setting Up Foreign Currency Bank Accounts • Setting Up Vendors • Setting Up for Sales to Foreign Customers • Pricing Inventory and Services • Setting Up Foreign Customers • Tracking Import Duty Information • Making Purchases • Making Sales Using Foreign Currencies • Foreign Currency Reporting
  • Course Description – Level 1

    This course is recommended for the beginner who has just purchased QuickBooks and wants to set up their company file, or for those students who want to become knowledgeable in QuickBooks. Duration : 6 hours

    Course Outline:

    • Creating QuickBooks Company Files • Entering Company Information • Setting Up QuickBooks Preferences • Choosing Start Dates • Setting Up Income and Expense Accounts • Entering Opening Balances • Using QuickBook’s Help Feature • Using QuickBook’s List Feature • Editing Chart of Accounts • Working with Customer Job Lists • Working with Employee Lists • Working with Vendor Lists • Managing Lists • Writing QuickBooks Cheques • Using Bank Account Registers • Entering Handwritten Cheques • Transferring Money between Accounts • Reconciliation of Chequing Accounts • Entering Sales Invoices in QuickBooks • Memorizing Transactions • Entering New Items • Using Multiple Price Levels • Recording Customer Payments • Making Deposits • Entering Bills from Vendors • Paying Bills from Vendors

    Course Description – Level 2

    This course is recommended for those who are comfortable using QuickBooks and interested in learning new or faster methods of using QuickBooks. This course is not intended for beginners. Duration : 6 hours

    Course Outline:

    • Creating QuickBooks Reports • Saving and Printing Reports • Exporting Reports to Microsoft Excel • Turning on Inventory Features • Entering Products/Services into Inventories • Entering Purchase Orders • Recording Receipts of Inventory Items • Entering Bills for Inventory Items • Entering Inventory Adjustments • Setting Up Sales Taxes in QuickBooks • Filing Sales Tax Returns • Creating Jobs and Estimates • Creating Multiple Estimates • Creating Invoices from Estimates • Setting Up QuickBooks Progress Invoicing Feature • Displaying Reports for Estimates • Updating Job Status • Using QuickBooks Time Tracking Feature • Invoicing Customers Based on Time • Displaying Project Reports for Time Tracking • Paying Non-Employees for Time Worked • Customizing Reports and Forms • Setting Up Quickbooks Payroll Feature • Setting Up Employee Payroll Information • Entering and Writing Paycheques • Tracking Payroll Liabilities • Paying Payroll Taxes

Education, Teaching Programs

  • AEC – Early Childhood Education

    Duration: 24 Months (2 Years)  The early childhood education techniques program, lasting 1200 hours, is given in four 15 week sessions including two internships in CPE or family child care. This will be of interest to whoever would like to work with children ages 0-12 year. The program covers the fundamental skills needed to meet the specific needs of each child; to ensure a safe and healthy living environment; and to contribute to the development and improvement of the quality of services offered by the daycare. In addition, this program will enable students to develop emotional maturity, patience, self-confidence, sense of responsibility, ability to communicate and to develop activities to support the child’s needs.

    Perspectives Employment

    Employment prospects are very good in this area and the placement rate is 90%. Graduates can work in many types of existing childcare services such as in family-run childcare centers, school-based child care, kindergarten schools and daycares. The student’s versatility is an important element because they must be able to practice in each of these care settings.

    First Aid

    Section 20 of the Regulations on early childhood and Article 10 of daycare Regulations specify that child educators must hold a First Aid certificate issued within the last 3 years upon completion of their training. The First Aid course must be at least eight hours in duration.

    List of Courses

    • Human Growth & Development I
    • Foundations of Early Childhood Education
    • Creative Arts for Young Children
    • Observing & Recording Young Children
    • ECE Observation Practicum
    • Creative Movement & Music
    • Guiding and Caring for Young Children
    • Human Growth & Development II
    • Health, Safety and Nutrition
    • This program includes an internship

Technology, Networking Programs

  • AEC – Database Administration

    Duration: 24 Months Students enrolled in Canada College’s Database Administration AEC program will develop a broad knowledge of the database development, design, implementation, maintenance and administration as well as Database Administrator’s tasks such as design system performance, querying the database using SQL scripts, database security and backup & recovery. They will master the technical aspects of database administration, using several tools and platforms.

    List of Courses

    •  Web Development Techniques
    •  Information Systems Analysis
    •  Project management MsProject 2015
    •  SQL Programming, and PLSQL Developer
    •  Technical support in computer
    •  Application Network Installation
    •  Advanced Database Programming with Pl / SQL, Oracle 13g
    •  Administration Oracle Developer, PL / SQL
    •   Administering Microsoft Cloud technology database servers
    •   Oracle Database Platforms
    •   Software Development PHP, JAVA MySql
  • Skill Development This certificate is given a few times a year. It is very popular with those who are trying to learn a new computer skill, improve and upgrade their knowledge of application software to make them more competitive in finding a suitable job.

    Windows

    Overview: Students will create a document, organize files, work with Windows Messenger, create an efficient work environment, work with media, clean up their system, and find information on the Internet.

    Microsoft Word

    Overview: Students will learn the basic skills necessary to begin using Word. Benefits: Students will learn how to create and edit documents and use character and paragraph formatting.

    Microsoft Excel

    Performance-based objectives Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Overview: Students will learn basic worksheets skills and how to work with data in worksheets.

    Microsoft Access

    Performance-based objectives Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Overview: Students will learn the basic skills necessary to begin using Access They will design and create databases, tables, queries,forms, and reports. This course contributes toward the Microsoft Proficiency Guidelines for Access.

    Microsoft Outlook

    Performance-based objectives Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course,and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Overview: Students will learn the fundamentals of using Outlook to coordinate mail, appointments, events, meetings, tasks, and contacts.

    Microsoft PowerPoint

    Performance-based objectives Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course,and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Overview: Students will learn the basic skills necessary to begin effectively creating presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint.

    Modern Office Equipment

    This course is design for the candidates who do not have enough knowledge and skills of functioning in an automated office setting. The course will introduce the students to basics of office network, PC and its peripherals; printers, scan machines, fax machines, energy saving in office equipment: switching off, using standby modes and making sure the right equipment is used for the right job.

    Adobe Dreamweaver CS Fundamentals & Essentials

    Dreamweaver CS Fundamentals & Essentials teaches you the latest techniques for designing websites with Dreamweaver CS. You’ll learn to define a web site, layout pages with CSS, use tables, create rollovers and work with templates and forms.

    Accounting and Bookkeeping

    Students in this program receive in-depth, practical training in office accounting procedures. A strong emphasis is placed on current business computer applications encompassing accounting, database,spreadsheet and payroll software. Particular attention is given to file management procedures. Included in the program are such financial procedures as bookkeeping, control accounts, general and subsidiary ledgers, end of fiscal period adjustments and statements,banking, inventory control and payroll preparation and reporting. In addition, students will rceive training in mathematicalapplications, business communications and employability skills.

    Computerized Accounting (Simply Accounting/Quickbooks)

    This course introduces you to the integrated computerized accounting system using Simply Accounting for Windows. Upon completion, the learner will be able to establish company records, maintain daily transactions using the general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory, account reconciliation and payroll features, and create financial statements
  • Introdution to HTML

    Designed for the student with little to no working knowledge of creating HTML files by hand. If you’re looking to learn HTML from scratch or move beyond using a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editing tool, this is the class for you. Students will be introduced to the structure of HTML documents, good mark-up techniques, and the concept of validation. Students will be required to use a plain text editor to write HTML and use an FTP program to upload the pages to the Internet. Functional topics will include text formatting, using lists, tables, and a brief foray into CSS.

    Introdution to CSS

    In this course, you will be introduced to the concepts, techniques, properties, and values of CSS in a sequence that reflects a typical building up of design rules. You will first start with colors, since in many cases the colors you use for a site project will be dictated to you by the organization’s existing color scheme. Color is also the simplest part of CSS, so it’s a great place to get started. You will then learn how to control typography using text and font properties. Typographical styles are important to establish before you get into the layout of content areas because the size and spacing of your text will help define the size of your content sections. You will then explore the layout-oriented styles of CSS, including margins, padding, and absolute and relative positioning. Once you have established your layout, you can apply the finishing touches on your design, which might include customizing cursors, links, and forms, creating alternate style sheets, and many other techniques.

    Adobe Dreamweaver: Fundamentals & Essentials

    Dreamweaver CS Fundamentals & Essentials teaches you the latest techniques for designing websites with Dreamweaver CS. You’ll learn to define a web site, layout pages with CSS, use tables, create rollovers and work with templates and forms. You’ll also learn to use the new features in Dreamweaver CS, including the SPRY framework for AJAX, Adobe Device Central CS, the Manage CSS feature and new integration with Photoshop CS. This course ensures you’ll master the key features of Dreamweaver CS.

    Adobe Photoshop

    This Adobe Photoshop course will teach you to create and edit vector and bitmap graphics, apply interesting effects, add graphical text, optimize graphics and export it as a HTML file. This is for those who want to learn the basic techniques used to create web pages. Students must be proficient in working with Windows operating system. This is an instructor-led, group paced, classroom-delivery learning model structured with hands-on activities.

    Adobe Illustrator

    Adobe Illustrator is a powerful and versatile tool for creating illustrations, logos and graphics for print and the Web. Using vector software, you can produce detailed and scalable art for almost any application. Adobe Illustrator course will teach you how to create and maintain a broad range of graphic types for purposes such as web sites, corporate stationery, newsletters and advertising banners. Understanding the ins and outs of Adobe Illustrator will give you the creative edge when it comes to producing interesting and original graphic compositions.

    Adobe Flash Professional: Fundamentals & Essentials

    This Adobe Flash CS Professional Fundamentals & Essentials course will teach you all you need to know to create engaging interactive content with Flash CS. Using step-by-step instructions with projects that build on the knowledge learned in each lesson, readers will learn the key elements of the Adobe Flash interface, including panels, timelines and frames. From there, you’ll learn how to work with vector and bitmap graphics; create and edit symbols; modify text and add interactivity with ActionScript 3.0; and incorporate animation, music and sound to your projects. Learn how to prepare and export your finished projects for Web and broadcast. You’ll also learn how to take advantage of the new features of Adobe Flash CS–the streamlined user interface, native support for Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator files, revamped drawing tools, new video encoding features, code editing enhancements and much more.

    Introduction to SQL

    Structured Query Language (SQL) is a very important data manipulation language. It is used in many different types of DBMS such as MySQL, Oracle, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, and Microsoft Access. In this course, students will learn how to use SQL to retrieve, store or update data in Microsoft Access. The SQL syntax and data types may be different in other databases but students would manage to learn them very quickly once they have the foundation knowledge gained from this SQL course. Weekly lectures provide practical examples, illustration images, and detailed explanations. Weekly assignments will help students practice and go beyond what they have learned in the class. learned in the class.  

Collège Canada

CANADA COLLEGE

Designated Learning Institution: DLI # O19338447695 

Canada College has been helping students from across Canada and around the world for over years. Since its establishment, the school has focused on excellence in language and technical skills instruction. The school has a well-earned reputation for meeting the needs of students both academically and professionally. Canada College is accredited by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement Supérieur (permit #693 550).

Our Vision: Canada College will have a positive effect on local and international students and education communities through constant modernization on the path of delivering programs and specific courses.

Our Mission: The mission of Canada College is to offer nationally competitive and internationally branded programs of studies to the students across the globe. Canada College offers college programs, language programs, test preparation and is a very well-known test centre for high-stake internationally recognized tests in Canada and other countries. To impact the world of education, Canada College always seeks partnerships with public and private sectors, other educational institutions, community establishments and different government departments.

Since its establishment, Canada College has provided instruction and guidance to more than 20,000 students from 160 different countries. Canada College is more than just a college.  It is a learning centre and meeting spot for social exchange.
Located in the heart of Montreal, within walking distance of museums, shopping malls, cinemas, parks, Canada College has everything to enrich your experience in Canada.

Canada College is Accredited By:

 
  • Designated Learning Institution by CIC: DLI # O19338447695
  • Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement Supérieur (permit #693 550)
  • Emploi Quebec (permit #0051844)
  • National Association of Career Colleges (NACC)
  • Human Resources Canada
  •  TESL Canada

  • Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers

  • IELTS – IELTS Official Test Centre

  • ETS Testing( Official TOEFL iBT® test centre)

  • TEFaQ, TEF – Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Official TEFaQ and TEF test center)


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