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Anderson College of Health, Business & Technology

180 Bloor Street West , Suite 400, Toronto ON

Possible funding to those who qualify*

  • Designated Educational Institute (DEI)
  • Designated Learning Institute (DLI)
  • 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

  • As a Medical Esthetician, your role is one of customer care, from booking appointments and greeting your clients to providing them with skin analysis, applying make-up, providing cosmetic massage and performing regular or medical facial treatments. You may also provide laser, and radio frequency treatments as well as microdermabrasion. As a professional, you pride yourself on upholding standards in order to prevent the transmission of contamination or any infection.

    Beyond direct client care, Medical Estheticians are professionals adept at communications and management duties such as scheduling and confirming appointments; performing preparatory work and properly cleaning and restocking rooms/dispensaries as required; controlling and monitoring inventory; as well as, promoting treatments, services, sessions and programs available to clients. You are a multi-tasker and have a passion for understanding the specialized knowledge around all that you offer to clients and enjoy educating and informing them in these myriad areas.

Business, Accounting, Marketing Programs

  • A career in logistics is in-demand and this trend is expected to grow as online sales and the requirement to move goods continue to boom. An educated logistics workforce is vital to a Canadian company’s successful strategy in managing goods and services both locally and around the globe.

    As a Supply Chain and Logistics Professional, you undertake numerous responsibilities which include: logistics coordination, transportation and freight operations; optimizing order frequency, cycles and transit options; goods delivery scheduling and tracking and expediting overdue shipments; sourcing suppliers, garnering quotes and tendering submissions; negotiating pricing, terms of delivery and other contract details; processing purchase orders, freight forwarding and other documentation; monitoring inventory levels and generating inventory reports; reconciling physical inventories and resolving material discrepancies; and, reporting loss, damage and return of goods and materials. You are eligible to work in varied environments including retail, transportation, manufacturing and production, and consulting, to name a few.

    Graduates of the program are eligible to receive the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA) certification, along with membership to the Supply Chain Management Association. Possessing these credentials will set you apart from other job seekers.

  • As a skilled Medical Office Administrator, you perform a variety of administrative duties in doctor’s offices, hospitals, laboratories, clinics and other medical settings. You are the first person to greet patients and staff upon entering the clinic, and the atmosphere of your work environment is enhanced by your friendly and welcoming attitude and excellent communication skills.

    Some of your responsibilities include, being the foundation of communication within the office; planning and scheduling appointments; organizing and maintaining documents and files; managing projects; conducting research; and, providing information by use of telephone, email, and postal service. You may be required to transcribe dictation and assist physicians or medical staff with reports and conference proceedings. You may also need to be familiar with insurance rules, billing practices, and hospital or laboratory procedures according to their province.

    *Please note – program content and practicum duration is as per registration with the Ministry and may vary slightly from campus to campus. Contact us for more information.

Healthcare, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • As a Medical Laboratory Technician, you will perform laboratory procedures such as preparing specimens for testing, preparing culture media and stock solutions, and recognizing problems and errors in lab procedures. You will be responsible for drawing blood, as well as logging patient samples and preparing them for testing. All while using automated equipment and computerized instruments capable of performing several tests simultaneously, as well as microscopes, cell counters, and other sophisticated laboratory equipment.

    *Please note – program content and practicum duration is as per registration with the Ministry and may vary slightly from campus to campus. Toronto Campus is accredited by Health Standards Organization (HSO) and its affiliate Accreditation Canada EQual™ accreditation. North York campus is accredited for the Medical Laboratory Technician Program from the Health Standards Organization (HSO) and its affiliate accreditation (AC) through their new EQUAL Canada program. Contact us for more information.

  • As a Personal Support Worker (PSW), you provide daily care to individuals who need assistance as they deal with the effects of aging, injury, or illness. As you compassionately care for and assist patients with personal hygiene, meal preparation, household management and in dealing with various ongoing conditions, you often develop close and rewarding relationships. As such, your knowledge and abilities must frequently go beyond dexterity as a PSW and encompass a deep understanding of your overall value to each client, as you perform your responsibilities and support with sensitivity and respect.

  • As a skilled Physiotherapist Therapy Assistant (PTA), you work under the direction of a licensed Physiotherapist. Your role consists of assisting in the treatment and prevention of physical disabilities, movement dysfunction and pain resulting from injury, disease, disability or other health-related conditions, as well as documenting the progress of customized client treatment plans.

    As an Occupational Therapist Assistant (OTA) you work with individuals and their families under the direction or supervision of a licensed Occupational Therapist. You provide rehabilitative services to people with various physical or developmental impairments, with a focus on assisting in the development of treatment plans and procedures, carrying out routine functions, directing activity programs and documenting the progress.

Legal, Policing Programs

  • As a skilled Law Clerk, you work under the direction of a lawyer and are responsible for a broad range of office procedures, with an emphasis on case and file management, time and financial management, client communication and record keeping, in compliance with professional standards. You may also assist lawyers or judges in preparing legal or court documents. Your day-to-day duties are often dictated by the environment in which you work. In a litigation office, they include filing documents with the courts, interviewing clients and witnesses, researching and drafting court documents as well as accompanying lawyers to meetings and court appearances.

    In a solicitor’s office, your duties are maintaining corporate documents, filing documents, completing real estate transactions, conducting title searches, drafting documents and doing related research. In an estate practice, you follow the steps in estate planning and support in administration and litigation, including drafting documents and preparing files for court. Overall, you have an excellent opportunity to learn about judicial processes and other areas of the law. Not surprisingly, many law clerks use their accumulated experience and knowledge to move up in the industry. There is great potential for growth and promotion, thus the need for qualified law clerks remains steady.

Skilled Trades, Auto, Fire Programs

  • As an Occupational Health and Safety professional, you will protect the physical and mental well-being of people in the workplace and drive, implement and manage health and safety initiatives to prevent work-related accidents, injuries and fatalities. Your responsibilities typically include identifying risks and hazards, creating health and safety plans and delivering training programs, investigating complaints, accidents and injuries, dealing with the Worker’s Compensation Board and disability claims, conducting ongoing inspections, and developing strategies to continuously improve workplace health and safety in a variety of environments. You are a collaborative team player and work alongside all levels of staff and management to ensure all are compliant with laws and regulations and your role contributes to the fundamental success of any organization.

Toronto Campus

Healthcare, Business & Technology College

Serving the community since 1885, we are much more than our programs and facilities; we are a team of caring individuals who are deeply committed to helping our students.
 
Career Focused

In-demand programs and dedicated Career Services team ensure that you are career ready in just months.

High-Caliber Faculty

Our faculty is our greatest asset. Qualified professionals with industry expertise, who bring their passion and dedication to the classroom everyday.

Hands-On Learning & Practicum

Most Diploma programs include in-school hands-on training as well as off-site practicum with potential employers.


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