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Anderson College of Health, Business & Technology

630 Tecumseh Road East, Windsor 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

  • 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.

  • With the Business Administration skills and experience you will gain in this program, you will have the opportunity to contribute to various business departments within companies of your choice. With your broad understanding of business practices and knowledge, you can consider working in accounting; operations; personnel or general administration; as an executive assistant; management trainee; as a sales and marketing executive and more. If determined to forge an opportunity for yourself, you will have the foundation to start a business of your own.

  • As a Business Accounting & Payroll professional, you work under the general supervision of accountants within established procedures, regulatory requirements, and corporate policies. You are likely responsible for day-to-day operations including processing of accounts receivable, accounts payable, customer invoicing, and various accounts reconciliations. You may also manage government remittances including GST, QST, HST, WSIB, and source deductions. Other duties range from coordinating office administrative procedures and delegating work and deadlines to preparing operating budgets. You calculate, prepare and distribute wages, calculate overtime and deductions, prepare and receive invoices, arrange payments, and prepare reports related to the business’ accounting activities.

  • In executive administration your roll is one of key support and as a gatekeeper for leaders within an organization or group. You assist with various administrative and organizational needs from booking appointments, overseeing schedules, and prioritizing emails, calls and inquires to preparing presentations and acting as a representative for your assigned executive.

    Upon graduation from this Executive Administration program, you’ll have the opportunity to explore positions such as executive assistant, administration professional and/or office assistant, to name a few.

  • Working in office/small business administration you can support and contribute within a variety of work environments. Your expertise in technology, business communication, computer skills, sales, accounting and overall understanding of entrepreneurship, will have a direct and significant impact on the organizations you work within or oversee. You may choose to concentrate your knowledge and skills on business management or office management; you may become an office supervisor or office assistant, or you may decide to focus your efforts and talents on becoming a small business owner.

Creative Arts, Interactive, Sound Programs

  • In film and video production, you work to transform ideas into creative expressions that inform, inspire and/or promote and wow the world. You can find your niche in any number of areas from writer, photographer or graphic designer to video director, events producer, communications specialist and more. There is no limit to where you can take your career once you master the art of storytelling and the technology and specialized equipment to powerfully communicate in the digital age.

Healthcare, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • 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 massage therapist you have the opportunity to play an integral role in the health and wellbeing of clients, as you guide them through various service offerings for healing and relaxation and provide massage treatments. In your day-to-day, you gather client history, including information about any injuries, conditions or concerns, develop purposeful treatment plans, massage muscles and soft tissues in order to offer relief from medical conditions or to aid in wellness maintenance. You upkeep detailed and accurate treatment records and may consult with other healthcare professionals such as physiotherapists, chiropractors, physicians, and psychologists in order to support a client’s wellness goals.

    You also have excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, and exceptional interpersonal skills. You have the strength and stamina to perform massages on a diverse range of clients and can stand for extended periods of time. Your compassion for people and desire to help them experience a greater sense of wellbeing is second to none.

  • Dental Radiography Course introduces the student to the basic science of radiation including its discovery, history, and modern use within the dental profession. Students are introduced to the equipment and supplies required for the various types of films and images that are utilized in the dental profession.

  • As an Intra Oral Dental Assistant, you work chairside and receive and prepare patients for treatment. You sterilize, prepare, and set out dental instruments and materials, process x-rays, assist dentists during dental procedures and record dental procedures performed. You also educate patients, polish clinical crowns, and apply fluoride. On the technical side, you apply dental dams, pit, and fissure sealants, desensitizing agents, topical anaesthetic, and acid etch materials.

    You also take preliminary impressions for diagnostic casts and expose radiographs (x-rays). Beyond the chair, Dental Assistants may also take on an administrative role, answering telephone calls and coordinating appointment schedules, as required.

    Our Intra Oral Dental Assistant program is HARP approved (Healing Arts Radiation Protection) by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. This course is specifically designed for dental assistants aiming to be employed in a dental practice in Ontario, and wish to be HARP qualified in the exposure of prescribed dental radiographs.

Human & Social Services, CSW Programs

  • In the role of Child & Youth Care with Addictions Support Worker you will work closely with children, adolescents and families as they face social, emotional, behavioural and mental health concerns and provide support for their needs. You will assess and implement appropriate prevention and intervention strategies aimed to inspire real and lasting change. You provide counsel and support, and develop strategies to foster healthy child development, address family dynamics and addiction. You will also work in close collaboration with other professionals in your field including medical and social workers, educators, correctional staff, and community partners.

    Upon graduation you will be able to find work in a number of areas including (but not limited to): group homes, shelters, community centres, children’s aid agencies, youth services, addictions centres, detention centres, foster care homes, out reach or mental health programs.

Legal, Policing Programs

  • With a diploma in Law, Security and Police Foundations, you have the ability to pursue a career in various areas of security and law enforcement.

    *Please note – Program content is as per registration with the Ministry and may vary slightly from campus to campus. Contact us for more information. Employment opportunities and requirements vary by service and employer. Additional training and/or requirements may be required.

  • Paralegal is a licensed profession in Ontario for clients who are looking for access to cost-effective legal services. Our Paralegal Studies Diploma program prepares you for a career in this expanding field. Paralegals in Ontario now have their own scope of practice and, within these permitted areas, provide an affordable option for legal services. Paralegals may act independently in the representation of clients. Paralegals may represent clients in small claims matters; landlord/tenant matters; matters before many provincial agencies, boards, and tribunals, such as the Landlord Tenant Board and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. They may also appear on summary conviction procedures for criminal offences.

    Anderson College’s Paralegal Studies program provides you the skills law firms look for.

Technology, Networking Programs

  • As an IT technician your computer savvy and ability to navigate technological systems and empower others to use tech effectively, is invaluable within a variety of work environments. Charged with keeping computer systems running smoothly, you diagnose, repair, and maintain hardware and software components for efficient system operation. Your duties vary significantly according to the needs of the company, but in all environments you interact with employees at both the co-worker and executive level and manage a variety of advanced technology systems.

    Upon graduation, your work opportunities can span from field service technician, technical writer, instrumentation, laboratory or service shop technician to technical support or sales, and much more.

Windsor 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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