April 4, 2013 | Ontario
Four Ontario programs receive updated curriculum
Toronto, ON – April 4, 2013 – With no shortage in demand for trained professionals in the province, CDI College has retooled some of its most popular programs in order to meet the current needs of the labour market in Ontario. For those looking to become administrative professionals, the recently revised Accounting Assistant/Bookkeeper, Medical Office Assistant, Office Administration – Executive and Office Assistant programs may be the stepping stone to a successful career.
“For more than 40 years, Canadians have turned to CDI College for the practical education and hands-on training that will prepare them for careers in business, healthcare, technology and more,” says Larry Heinzlmeir, VP of Marketing for CDI College. “The revised curriculum keeps us in step with the job market and allows us to ensure our students are getting the right training to succeed on the job.”
The new curriculum for each program is designed to help students develop the skills that will get them noticed by employers. By training with industry standard software like Microsoft Office, and building on foundational skills like business communications and project management, they’ll be able to start their new career feeling confident in their abilities.
In just a year or two, they’ll be ready to start administrative careers in a wide range of settings including doctor’s offices, corporations, accounting firms, small businesses and many more!
CDI College is currently accepting applications for the updated Accounting Assistant/Bookkeeper, Medical Office Assistant, Office Administration – Executive and Office Assistant programs. For more information, fill out the form on the right or apply online today.