March 22, 2012 | British Columbia
More than 50 career-training programs featured at campuses across the country
Toronto, ON – March 21, 2012 – More than two thirds of all new jobs created in Canada between now and 2015 will require post-secondary education, according to Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. A broad range of sectors from healthcare services to finance and administrative support will experience growth through the creation of new positions and retirements in the field. Anyone looking to acquire the credentials needed to enter these fields can learn more at CDI College’s national Open House on Saturday, March 31, 2012 at campuses in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.The Open House will provide an opportunity for interested students to learn how CDI’s hands-on training programs will help them build the skills they need to be successful in today’s job market. The event will feature guest speakers, introductions to instructors, and in-depth information sessions about the college’s programs. Attendees will learn how curriculum is developed based on input from industry advisors and taught by industry experienced professionals. They’ll be able to learn about future employment opportunities in their cities as well.
In addition, attendees will get a chance to tour the campus and see first-hand how CDI College prepares graduates to enter a range of fields, including business, technology, legal studies, healthcare, art and design, and early childhood education.
CDI College strives to create a student-focused environment, offering transparency prior to enrollment, small class sizes during the program, and hands-on, continuous career services aid after graduation. This includes free access to the Optimal Resume service, an online job-application tool that allows grads and alumni to build professional-looking resumes, cover letters, video introductions and even personalized websites.
The March Open House allows CDI College to share more than 40 years of experience preparing Canadians for the workforce and collaborating with industry leaders to design the most useful curriculum possible. The event will run from 11am-2pm. Check in is at 10:30am sharp - call 1.877.404.4353 to RSVP.