Communications Dispatchers operate radios and other telecommunication equipment to dispatch emergency vehicles and to co-ordinate the activities of drivers and other personnel. Police, Fire and EMS departments, other emergency service agencies, taxi, delivery and courier services, trucking and utilities companies and other commercial and industrial establishments employ them. Radio operators receive, transmit and record signals and messages using radios and other telecommunication equipment. They are employed by transportation companies, mining, forestry and other industrial establishments and by the armed forces.
Chefs plan and direct food preparation and cooking activities and who prepare and cook meals and specialty foods. They are employed in restaurants, hotsl, hospitals and other health care institutions, central food commissaries, clubs and similar establishments and on ships.
Fitness professionals provide assessment, counselling, exercise prescription, and leadership services that require keen motivational, technical, and organizational abilities. Along with strong interpersonal and communication skills, the practical and administrative skills of graduates are recognized by the industry and are paramount in the provision and management of safe, effective fitness and health programs. Graduates plan, promote, and deliver a wide range of services including activity and educational programs, which enhance the health and fitness of individuals in many diverse settings. The concept of wellness, especially the relationship between active living and wellness, is an integral part of graduates' learning. Additional areas where skills are exhibited include operation/management of fitness facilities, program administration and promotion, fitness testing procedures, planning/conducting of physical exercise programs, identification and management of safety and injury issues, and development of leadership ability and performance.
This program provides graduates with the skills necessary to succeed in the highly demanding environment of a Law Firm.
The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissue and joints, by manipulation to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function or relieve pain. (Massage Therapy Act, 1991)
If you have an existing degree from a recognized Ontario College or University you may be eligible for several exemptions from our Full-Time Massage Therapy Program. In some cases you may only have to attend classes Part-Time.
If you would like more detailed information on exemptions you qualify for, please email your transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax them to 905-643-9777.
Medical Office Administrators perform administrative/clerical activities in doctor's offices, clinics and hospitals using office software and operating other office equipment. They also transcribe surgical proceedings, medical reports and records from machine dictation or rough notes from medical reports, correspondence and patient information.
This 11 month diploma program is the first step in a career in policing in Ontario. Police Foundations is of interest to those who aspire to become Police Constables and Corrections Officers. Many colleges offer the teaching components of the Police Prep (PATI, WCT, PREP and B-PAD) and help students successfully pass the testing that is required to receive their "Applicant Testing Certificate". This is only the 1st of 12 steps in the process. Most candidates will fail to reach the 12th step or even come close and will not know why they were unsuccessful. Applicants may fail at the Development or Essential Competencies interviews because these interviews can last up to 4 hours. At the Ontario College, we work with our students to have them prepare, practice, rehearse, refine and perfect the material they need to succeed in all 12 crucial steps. Understanding the system and preparing for the entire process positions the applicant for greater success.
Primary Care Paramedics administer pre-hospital emergency medical care to patients with injuries or medical illnesses and transport them to hospitals or other medical facilities for further medical care. They are employed by private ambulance services, hospitals, fire departments, government departments and agencies, manufacturing firms, mining companies and other private sector establishments.
Our program is taught in accordance to the National Occupational Profiles in other provinces and internationally.