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CTS Canadian Career College

66 Elm Street, Sudbury ON

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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

  • This 52-Week (including a 125 placement) diploma program prepares the graduate for administrative positions working in medical environments including clinics, hospitals, physician’s offices, physiotherapists and many more. Graduates will possess strong office administrative and computer skills combined with a basic understanding of anatomy, pathology and pharmacology. Graduates will use appropriate terminology when dealing with medical staff and clients/patients and will be able to assist medical staff with the care and administration of patients. Graduates will be prepared to produce transcribed reports and process computerized OHIP billing and associated documentation.

     

    MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR COURSES:

    Academic and Professional Success Strategies/AODA & OH&S Intro to Computers and Google Apps
    Microsoft Word Business & Social Media Communications
    Microsoft Excel Career Launching & Portfolio Planning
    Microsoft PowerPoint Crisis Prevention Intervention
    Microsoft Access QuickBooks
    Medical Office Procedures & Management Essentials Medical Terminology
    Accounting I : Basic Bookkeeping Anatomy & Physiology 
    Customer Service & Interpersonal Workplace Skills Sage 50
    Standard First Aid with CPR Level C /AED Medical Transcription
    Medical Record Management, Scheduling Software & OHIP Billing  Mental Health First Aid
    Interprofessional Collaboration For Health Providers Field Placement
  • The skills needed in business today are changing as rapidly as is business itself. CTS Canadian Career College’s 53 week Business Program (including a 200 hour placement) is specially designed to provide our students the skills they need to excel in various dynamic business environments. Graduates will develop the marketing and advertising skills to plan, direct, and evaluate the activities of sales departments. You will be able to promote the sale of products / services and establish distribution networks for these products. As a graduate, you will have the ability to develop and execute advertising campaigns, communication strategies to publicize events and maintain media relations. You will also be prepared to play a role in human resource management, including recruitment, orientation, change & organizational management and strategic planning.  

    PROGRAM COURSES

    Academic Success Strategies & AODA and OH&S Training Intro to Computers and Google Apps Customer Service & Interpersonal Workplace Skills Microsoft Office Excel Microsoft Office PowerPoint Microsoft Office Word Microsoft Office Access Accounting I : Basic Bookkeeping Sage 50® Accounting QuickBooks Business & Social Media Communications Career Launching and Portfolio Planning (Job Search) Business Fundamentals Introduction to Business Accounting Mathematics of Finance Business Economics Entrepreneurship and Business Networking Business Analytics and Risk Management Budgets and Projections Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Business Law and Ethics Recruitment and Selection: Best Practices Marketing and Sales Techniques Business Advertising Strategies Business Plan Development Business Administration Field Placement
  • Advancing computer technology means rapid change for today’s office payroll professional. As a result, this program provides extensive training in common office software applications as well as the skills needed to adapt to and manage the ongoing challenges today’s office payroll administrators must face. This 53-Week program provides practical training in office management practices, including operations, structure and functions, problem solving relative to people, equipment and procedures, and accounting and payroll practices including accounts payable/ receivable, trial balances, bookkeeping, journal entries, and payroll administration. The incorporation of CPA approved payroll courses provides graduates with a comprehensive skill set for today’s competitive job market. Students must successfully complete the Canadian Payroll Association’s Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) Certification and participate in a 200-hour placement to receive an Accounting and Payroll Administrator diploma. The Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) offers the only payroll certifications in Canada. Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) Certification The CPA’s PCP certification is the foundation for a career in payroll.  Gain an in-depth understanding of the legislative requirements to keep your organization compliant throughout the annual payroll cycle.  When you get certified, you join a growing community of supportive professionals and gain access to the resources you need to stay current and compliant. PCP certification requires three core courses, one transfer of credit and one year of weighted, related work experience. Please see the requirements in completion order listed below.
    1. Payroll Compliance Legislation (PCL)
    2. Payroll Fundamentals 1 (PF1)
    3. Payroll Fundamentals 2 (PF2)
    4. Introduction to Accounting (transfer of credit; offered at post-secondary institutions)
    5. PCP Work Experience Requirement Application (WERA) (a minimum of one year work experience in payroll)
    All courses, including the Introduction to Accounting transfer of credit, require a passing grade of 65% in order to be accepted toward PCP certification.

    ACCOUNTING & PAYROLL ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAM COURSES:

    Academic and Professional Success Strategies/AODA & OH&S Intro to Computers and Google Apps
    Sage 50 Payroll Fundamentals I & II
    Customer Service and Interpersonal Workplace Skills Payroll Compliance Legislation
    Business & Social Media Communications Case Study
    Placement Accounting I : Basic Bookkeeping
    Career Launching & Portfolio Planning QuickBooks
    Microsoft Excel Intermediate Management Accounting
    Microsoft Word Taxation
    Microsoft Access Sage 50 – Intermediate
    Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Advancing computer technology means rapid change for today’s office professional. As a result, this program provides extensive training in the latest software, as well as the skills needed to adapt to and manage the ongoing challenges today’s office administrators must face. This 31-Week program (including a 200 hour placement) provides practical training in office management practices, including operations, structure and functions, problem solving relative to people, equipment and procedures, and accounting practices including accounts payable/ receivable, trial balances, bookkeeping, journal entries, and payroll administration. Graduates from this program will realize a multitude of opportunities as this knowledge is the basis for many positions in an office setting throughout public and private organizations.  

    OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAM COURSES:

    Academic Success Strategies/AODA & OH&S Intro to Computers and Google Apps
    Customer Service & Interpersonal Workplace Skills Microsoft Word
    Microsoft Excel Microsoft PowerPoint
    Microsoft Access Career Launching & Portfolio Planning
    Accounting I : Basic Bookkeeping Sage 50
    QuickBooks Field Placement
    Business & Social Media Communications

Culinary Arts Programs

  • This CTS Canadian Career College certificate program prepares the graduate for a career in food services in a health care setting. Students will learn various theory and skills that will enable them to become a valuable member of the dietary health team.
    There has been a consistent need for dietary food service workers to assist people of different ages in these diverse environments.

Engineering Programs

  • If you are fascinated with technology and possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills, you possess the traits of a successful candidate for the fast-paced field of network engineering, network administration and technical support. The program prepares students and includes an opportunity to become certified through Microsoft (MCP, MCSA, MCSE), Comp TIA (A+, Network+) and Cisco CCNA (Certified Cisco Network Associate) – certificates that are recognized internationally. Wherever there are computer networks, computer systems engineering professionals find ready and lucrative employment.  

    NETWORK ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST COURSES:

    Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server  Admin Scripting
    Cabling Infrastructure Design Introduction to Linux
    A+ by Comptia & Network Fundamentals Cisco Certified Network Associate
    Microsoft Windows Configuration Technical Project
    Installing and Configuring Windows Server Computer Mathematics
    Administering Windows Server Interpersonal Workplace Skills
    Configuring Advanced Windows Server Services     Business Communication
    Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure Job Search
    Implementing & Advanced Server Infrastructure Database Fundamentals

Healthcare, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • With the shortage of regulated pharmacy technicians (RPhTs) faced by hospitals and other pharmacy settings across the country, there is no better time to become trained and ready to contribute to this essential health profession.

    CTS Canadian Career College’s 77-week Pharmacy Technician program takes an innovative approach at providing quality education to those seeking a career in the pharmacy environment. The college is the first to offer the program through a blended distance education learning model, meaning students can take their theory-based courses online from their own homes or communities; there is no need to relocate to take the training on site.

    Vision: To be the recognized leader in pharmacy technician education as reflected in the quality of our graduates. Mission Statement: The Pharmacy Technician program strives to graduate pharmacy technician students who will: • successfully obtain licensure, • be the candidates of choice for employers, and • be integral members of the pharmacy team committed to achieving optimal patient-centered care in collaboration with pharmacists and other health personnel.

    This 1,505-hour program is taken over the course of three semesters. Check out the following table to see how those hours break down in terms of instructional delivery.

    Online Learning

    Skills Camps

    Semester Review (online)

    Practicum

    Semester 1

    345

    40

    15

    Semester 2

    285

    80

    15

    Semester 3

    270

    120

    15

    Practicum

    320

    TOTALS

    900

    240

    45

    320

     

    Theory-based portions are facilitated online. You will be given access to a state-of-the-art online learning environment, complete with activity based learning sequences and web-conferencing technology, to participate in instructor-led lectures and collaborative activities with your classmates. Various industry professionals, including pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and other health providers, will train you in pharmacology, microbiology, anatomy and physiology, compounding, retail and hospital pharmacy practices, and working in sterile environments, among other key topics. You will get the same experience as you would when taking on-site training… though instead of you asking a question to your instructor in a classroom, you can do so from your laptop in your own learning environment.

    Your online training is complemented with a skills camp at the end of each semester. An additional week of skills camp training is provided with each semester (that is, you participate in a one-week skills camp after the first semester, a two-week camp after the second semester, and so on). These intensive skills camps are conducted at a CTS Canadian Career College campus in 40-hour weeks, again, to minimize the time students need to spend away from home. Our campuses have simulated lab environments with workstations enabling students to perform skills and competencies in a safe manner. Skills camps enable students to receive extensive, concentrated hands-on training in these simulated lab environments. The final step of the program requires students to participate in 320 hours of practicum placement, where they will get the essential first-hand experience working in retail and hospital pharmacy settings (with 160 hours in each place). CTS Canadian Career College will work with institutions in communities across Ontario and other Canadian provinces to provide the most convenient placement options to its students. This program was developed under counsel of the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs (CCAPP). As a graduate of this program, you will be eligible to complete the necessary steps to become a regulated pharmacy technician in Canada. These steps include completing Structured Practical Training (SPTs), the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP) Jurisprudence exam (or other provincial Jurisprudence exams), the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) qualifying exams, and obtaining personal professional liability insurance. Regulation is mandatory to work as a pharmacy technician in any pharmacy in Ontario and all other Canadian provinces (except Quebec). Take your training from anywhere, and work anywhere upon having completed it. There is great freedom to be found in taking advantage of this educational opportunity! For more information, visit the OCP’s website and the PEBC’s website.
    CTS Canadian Career College is accredited by the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs, which makes it eligible to offer this program. Our North Bay campus has been awarded the status of Accreditation for a five-year term (2019-2023), with skills labs available at all 3 campus locations (North Bay, Sudbury, Barrie)
  • It is with excitement that CTS Canadian Career College is now offering a 50 week Medical Laboratory Assistant/Technician program (including a 225 hour placement): Another new addition to our Health Sciences program offerings. Medical Laboratory Assistant/Technicians (MLAT) perform a vital role in the medical laboratory team. They are trained in the collection of specimens from patients, the initial processing and preparation of specimens for analysis, data entry, clerical services, performance of electrocardiograms (ECG’s), and a variety of essential laboratory procedures. This program will prepare you to apply for employment in a variety of laboratory settings. The program consists of theory, practical skills application, and practicum components. Upon successful completion, you will receive a diploma from the College, which will allow you to write the MLPAO Certification Examination. Profile: Responsible; caring; interested in the well-being of others; strong communication and interpersonal skills; dependability; precision; detail-oriented; teamwork-oriented; striving for accuracy Enrollment Criteria: Proof of Grade 12 Education or Mature Student Test Proof of current immunizations Clear criminal reference check

    MEDICAL LABORATORY ASSISTANT/TECHNICIAN COURSES:

    Academic Success Strategies & AODA and OH&S Training (20 hours)
    Intro to Computers and Google Apps (20 hours)
    Job Search and Interpersonal Workplace Skills (20 hours)
    Professionalism, Ethics, and Legislation (40 hours)
    Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Terminology (100 hrs)
    Safety and Laboratory Fundamentals (160 hours)
    Hematology (40 hours)
    ECG Fundamentals (32 hours)
    Midterm Examinations (20 hours)
    Laboratory Math and Quality Assurance (32 hours)
    Clinical Chemistry (32 hours)
    Urinalysis and Body Fluids (32 hours)
    Microbiology (32 hours)
    Histology and Cytology (20 hours)
    First Aid/CPR (20 hours)
    Final Examinations (20 hours)
    Laboratory Skills and Practice (220 hours)
  • Today’s paramedics are the highly-trained front line of our medical services system. This critical profession calls for candidates who possess equal measures of self-confidence, inner strength and unwavering commitment to helping those in distress. Our 53 week Paramedic training program, which includes a 450 hour placement, provides the skills and knowledge you will need to practice emergency pre-hospital medical care and to function as an integral member of the health care team, assisting victims of accidents and illness, safely transporting patients and, if needed, continuing emergency treatment after arrival at a health care centre. The Paramedic program includes clinical and field placements. Typical employers include non-institutional health services, provincial and municipal governments, hospitals, manufacturing, mining and other private sector organizations. ADMISSION SELECTION PROCESS: To ensure the finest candidates enter the Paramedic field we have instituted a unique admission selection process. Requesting program information will have you in touch with our Admissions team who will be able to provide you with information on the process and the timelines involved.  

    PARAMEDIC COURSES:

    Anatomy and Physiology I, II Psychology For Emergency Services
    Paramedic Fundamentals Patient Care Theory I, II, III
    Patient Care Skills I, II Clinical Experience
    Case Presentation Field Consolidation
    Educational Success Job Search and Interviewing Techniques
    Communications and Interpersonal Skills Fitness Management
    Paramedic Fundamentals Physical Education
  • Health care trends continue to move toward more effective forms of home-based care for the elderly, as well as those facing post-surgery and illness recovery. As a result, the demand for personal support workers continues to grow.This 29-Week program includes 310 hours of placement, where graduates are trained to excel in today’s challenging health care sector, within a community or an institutional setting, leading to jobs in hospitals, educational facilities, long-term care facilities, home-care, and adult day programs.” Upon successful completion of the program students write a comprehensive final exam set out by the National Association of Career Colleges(NACC).
    Personal Support Worker Foundations Safety and Mobility
    Body Systems Assisting with Personal Hygiene
    Abuse and Neglect Household Management, Nutrition, and Hydration
    First Aid/CPR Assisting the Family, Growth, and Development
    Assisting the Dying Person Cognitive & Mental Health Issues and Brain Injuries
    Health Conditions Academic and Professional Success Strategies/AODA & OH&S
    Intro to Computers and Google Apps Personal Support Worker Skills Application
    NACC Final Examination Clinical Placement (Community & Facility)
    Care Planning, Restorative Care, & Documentation Assisting With Medications
  • The CTS Canadian Career College Massage Therapy Program provides a thorough education of both fundamental and advanced massage skills to prepare you for a career path as a massage therapist. Your diploma allows you to pursue career opportunities in physicians’ offices, spas, hotels, fitness centres or even explore self-employment. Throughout our 84-week program, you will study a wide range of massage therapy techniques as well as anatomy and pathophysiology related systems, health care terminology, nutrition and pharmacology. You will gain a strong knowledge of laws and regulations, ethics and professional practice and key business practices that help you launch a successful career.

    Two clinical externships provide opportunities to treat members of the public in a safe and ethical manner and demonstrate effective communication and professional skills.

    Upon successful completion of the program, you will be eligible to write the provincial certification exam with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).

    Graduation Requirements

    In order to successfully complete this program, students will be required to earn a minimum grade of 70% in all theory and practical courses, a minimum grade of 70% in each of the final theory and practical examinations, and complete 330 hours of faculty-supervised direct massage therapy to the public. These will be completed in our in house Clinic as well as our Outreach opportunities.

    Our fast-track, skills-centric programs can prepare you for a new career in as little as 12 months*! This allows you to swiftly transition from learning to working.

    *Some programs may extend beyond 12 months. For detailed information, please refer to each program's specific page or contact us directly.

  • This CTS Canadian Career College certificate program prepares the graduate for a career in food services in a health care setting. Students will learn various theory and skills that will enable them to become a valuable member of the dietary health team.
    There has been a consistent need for dietary food service workers to assist people of different ages in these diverse environments.

Human & Social Services, CSW Programs

  • It is with excitement that CTS Canadian Career College is pleased to offer the Addictions and Mental Health program: the newest addition to our Health Sciences program offerings.

    This diploma program prepares the graduate for professional and paraprofessional positions in areas of counselling and intake within correctional facilities, group homes, young offender facilities, emergency shelters, schools, youth and adult counselling facilities, mental health centers, and other institutions.

    Upon entering this intense 52-week program, students will be coached by highly qualified instructors who bring over twenty years of focused training, specialized certifications, and affiliations with the Canadian Addiction Counselling Certification Federation (CACCF).  They also offer a genuine passion for teaching individuals who choose to pursue a career working with this vulnerable sector of our community.

    A 300-hour inclusive work placement experience is included.

    ADDICTION AND MENTAL HEALTH COURSES:

    Intro to Computers and Google Apps Academic and Professional Success Strategies/AODA & OH&S
    Working with Families and Youth 300-hour inclusive placement
    Criminal Justice – Mental Health & Addictions Case Management and Assessment
    Group Facilitation Concepts Human Services Resources & Networking
    Interprofessional Collaboration for Health Providers Pharmacology
    Preventive Health Promotion Relapse Prevention & Intervention / After Care & Life Skills
    Secondary Traumatic Stress Diversity of First Nations and Selected Pop. in Health and Illness
    Basic Psychology Effective Business Writing
    Counselling Relationship Best Practices Interviewing Techniques
    Communication Strategies Fundamentals of Addiction
    CPR and Mental Health First Aid Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI)
    Interpersonal Workplace Skills/Job Search Admission and Discharge Assessment Techniques
    Abnormal Psychology and Mental Health Concurrent Disorders
    Sociological Perspectives on Mental Health  
  • You are a caring and empathetic person who wants a career where you will provide many types of assistance to people and their families in the community. You want to work with persons with developmental disabilities and work toward making their lives enriching and exciting.

    Our 52 week diploma program, that includes two 125 hour placements, will prepare graduates for work in a wide range of social service settings, such as community agencies, non-profit organizations, outreach homes, educational environments, recreational centres, hospitals, seniors’ centres and in respite care settings, among other places.

    There has been a consistent need for developmental service workers to assist people of different ages in these diverse environments.

     

    DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICE WORKER COURSES:

    Basic Psychology Introducing Developmental Service Work
    Intervention Methods Pharmacology and Assisting with Medications
    Activities of Daily Living Crisis Prevention Intervention – CPI
    Abnormal Psychology and Mental Health Human Sexuality and Health Promotion
    The Developing Person Effective Business Writing Strategies
    Mental Health First Aid Case Record Management
    Developmental Disabilities Developmental Service Worker Focus: Examining Autism and FASD
    Communication Strategies for the DSW Interpersonal Workplace Skills and Workplace Environments
    Health and Wellness in Developmental Service Work DSWs in Education
    Dual Diagnosis Human Services Resources and Networking
    Special Populations with Developmental Disabilities Career Launching & Portfolio Planning
    Community Placement Facility Placement

Legal, Policing Programs

  • Law clerks are trained to provide many important and highly specialized administrative duties related to the legal field. As a result, this profession has become an increasingly valuable resource to law firms and businesses alike. Graduates of this 53-Week Law Clerk program (includes a 190 hour placement) will work in a very fast-paced environment in law firms, corporate legal departments, financial institutions, insurance companies, title searching companies, Federal, Provincial and Municipal Government offices, court offices, registry offices, government boards and tribunals, and legal services provider agencies among a host of other institutions. Depending on the area of employment, law clerks have a wide range of responsibilities, including preparing trial documentation, interviewing witnesses, arranging trial dates and adjournments, preparing corporate/commercial documentation, completing family law financial statements, assisting in the administration of estates, completing legal research, searching titles and processing real estate transactions.  

    LAW CLERK COURSES:

    Academic & Professional Success Strategies Wills, Trusts & Estates
    Intro to Computers and Google Apps Administrative Law & Tribunal Practices
    Microsoft Access Immigration Law
    Placement Accounting I : Basic Bookkeeping
    Microsoft Word  Criminal Law
    Microsoft Excel  Family Law
    Sage 50 Provincial Offences
    Microsoft PowerPoint  Ethics, Professional Conduct & Evidence Procedures
    QuickBooks Real Estate Law
    Intro to Law Legal Research & Legal Writing
    Corporate and Business Law Customer Service & Interpersonal Workplace Skills
    Civil Procedures – Including Small Claims Court Career Launching & Portfolio Planning
    Contracts & Tort Law Legal Transcription
    Business & Social Media Communications Debtor-Creditor Law
  • Employment in paralegal services is expected to have a very positive growth rate throughout Ontario. To help meet this growing demand, CTS Canadian Career College has worked with leading employers to develop and deliver one of the most effective programs in the industry. Paralegals are trained to prepare legal documents, open and organize files, perform legal research and appear in court. As a result, this profession has become an increasingly valuable resource to law firms and businesses alike. By the end of this 52-Week Paralegal training program, students will have learned the advocacy and research skills that will qualify them to interview and represent clients in Small Claims Court, Administrative Tribunals, the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice for provincial and criminal matters. They can also work in legal departments in government ministries, private corporations, trade unions and professional associations. Students will gain valuable experience during a 125-hour placement arranged through the College. By successfully completing our program, our graduates possess the skills needed to pass the LSO licensing exam and practice as independent paralegals.

    PARALEGAL COURSES:

    Academic Success Strategies and AODA & OH&S Training Intro to Computers and Google Apps
    Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel
    Microsoft PowerPoint Job Search
    Introduction to Law Canadian Tort Law
    Contract Law Highway Traffic Act & Provincial Offences
    Residential Tenancies Act Administrative Law
    Tribunal Practice and Procedure (incl. Immigration Law) Small Claims Court – Rules
    Evidence and the Litigation Process Advocacy
    Legal Research and Computer Applications Alternative Dispute Resolution
    Employment Law Law Office Accounting
    Legal & Business Communications Criminal Law – Summary Offences
    Debtor/Creditor Law Interviewing Client Techniques
    Ethics & Professional Responsibility Practice Management – Operating a Small Business Office
    Year-End Review Practicum Placement
    Workplace Safety & Insurance Act
  • Police Foundations
    Natural attrition and a growing urban population have resulted in an increasing demand for new police and security personnel. The OPP, RCMP and municipal agencies are currently actively pursuing new recruits. Graduates of the Police Foundations 51-Week program are trained to pursue a career in the various policing agencies across Canada. Alternative career paths include Canadian customs and immigration, custody and correctional services, and federal and provincial government enforcement bodies. Court bailiffs, campus police, wardens, personal and property security officers, 9-1-1 operators, and loss prevention control personnel are also in high demand across the country. Throughout the program, students become involved with their local community through assisting police services or event security detail. Students are required to wear the prescribed uniform and name tag during classes and practicum placement.  

    POLICE FOUNDATIONS COURSES:

    Communications Community and Social Services
    Community Policing Contemporary Policing
    Contemporary Social Problems Criminal Law and Civil Law
    Psychology Application of Canada’s Criminal Laws
    Arrest, Search, and Seizure Canadian Government and Politics
    Academic and Professional Success Strategies/AODA & OH&S Federal Statutes
    Ethical Reasoning Criminology
    Youth in Conflict with the Law Traffic Management
    Sociology Report Writing
    Provincial Offences Principles of Investigation
    Principles of Conflict Management Physical Education
    Lifestyle Management Diversity & First Nations Peoples
    Interviewing and Investigation Interpersonal Relations
    Intro to Computers and Google Apps CPR and First Aid Certification
    Business Writing Skills
    Job Search

Skilled Trades, Auto, Fire Programs

  • This CTS Canadian Career College program will especially appeal to those with interests in electrical systems, fire safety, or fire fighting. Upon graduation, students have completed the first step leading to the CFAA Registered Technician designation, the most-recognized credential for those who perform testing and inspection of fire alarm systems in Canada.

    Graduates work in a range of security and fire protection service.

Technology, Networking Programs

  • If you are fascinated with technology and possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills, you possess the traits of a successful candidate for the fast-paced field of network engineering, network administration and technical support. The program prepares students and includes an opportunity to become certified through Microsoft (MCP, MCSA, MCSE), Comp TIA (A+, Network+) and Cisco CCNA (Certified Cisco Network Associate) – certificates that are recognized internationally. Wherever there are computer networks, computer systems engineering professionals find ready and lucrative employment.  

    NETWORK ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST COURSES:

    Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server  Admin Scripting
    Cabling Infrastructure Design Introduction to Linux
    A+ by Comptia & Network Fundamentals Cisco Certified Network Associate
    Microsoft Windows Configuration Technical Project
    Installing and Configuring Windows Server Computer Mathematics
    Administering Windows Server Interpersonal Workplace Skills
    Configuring Advanced Windows Server Services     Business Communication
    Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure Job Search
    Implementing & Advanced Server Infrastructure Database Fundamentals

Sudbury Campus

CTS Canadian Career College is a locally-owned private career college head-quartered in North Bay, Ontario, with four campuses located in North Bay, Barrie, Sudbury, and Sault Ste. Marie.  It is registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005, and has a 30-year history of teaching excellence in the faculties of Health Care, Law and Justice, Business, and Information Technology.

The programs at CTS Canadian Career College—all of which are approved as vocational programs under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005—are current and, more importantly, in demand in the geographical areas the College serves. All programs are under a year in duration, most of which offering either mandatory or optional placements that allow for students to put into practice the theory components of the programs. As a relatively small school, CTS Canadian Career College is able to offer lots of one-on-one time with its instructors and administrative staff. Vice President of Academics Dr. Amanda Harris states, “We are proud to have maintained the small size of our college as it helps us to keep the atmosphere collegial and supportive; students work closely with faculty, administrative staff and with each other. Additionally, our small size has allowed for us to maintain our high student employment rates, as well as allowing us to provide valuable services such as on-site financial aid, on-site admissions assistance, free mature student tutoring and testing, help finding appropriate and affordable housing, and job search assistance – to only name a few.”

Added to this determination to keep CTS small and collegial is a commitment to hiring only quality instructors who have relevant workforce experience in the areas that they teach, as well as to ensuring that program curricula remain among the best in the country, having allocated time and resources toward certifying and accrediting their programs with several highly-competitive and rigorous accrediting bodies. The college remains one of a select group of colleges in Ontario and in fact Canada that has been granted accreditation for the Pharmacy Technician program (by the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs) and the Paralegal program (by the Law Society of Upper Canada). Additionally, the Addictions Intervention Counselling program is recognized by the Canadian Addiction Counsellor Certification Board.

 


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