Metro College Now Offers 10 Training Programs Funded by Second Career Ontario

Metro College of Technology now offers 10 intensive training programs that qualify for Second Career funding, a financial assistance program offered by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.

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Changing careers is a stressful time for any individual. The Second Career Program identifies occupations in high demand in today’s economy, and helps train individuals to fill the need.

(PRWEB) July 30, 2014

Second Career is a grant program administered by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and geared towards individuals who are unemployed, laid-off or underemployed. The program provides funds to cover the costs of tuition, books, transportation and living expenses during the training period. Additional support is also available in special circumstances including having dependents or a disability.

Changing careers is a stressful time for any individual. The Ontario Second Career Program identifies occupations in high demand in today’s economy, and helps train individuals to fill the need and enjoy gainful employment upon graduation.

Toronto’s Metro College of Technology is at the forefront of adult education in Ontario and now offers 10 training programs that qualify for funding. Courses are offered at various times of the day to accommodate busy schedules, and are taught by seasoned instructors with advanced degrees and current experience. Metro College Second Career Programs include:

  • Mechanical Engineering Design
  • CNC & MasterCAM Technology
  • Civil Engineering Design and Technology
  • Computerized Accounting and Office Administration
  • Canadian Payroll Specialist
  • Medical Office Administration
  • Physiotherapy Assistant
  • Network Administration
  • Paralegal Diploma
  • Structural Engineering Design and Technology

Metro College Student Services provide students with the support needed to succeed. Second Career training programs include a co-op job placement component and provide students with the opportunity to apply the skills learned in the classroom, gaining relevant, hands-on experience. The Metro College Department of Co-operative Education is dedicated to helping students liaise with businesses and find job placements relevant to their training and interests.

Metro College Job Preparation Services include resume and cover letter workshops, job search workshops, and interview workshops to help students develop confidence in their newly acquired training, shine during job interviews, and make a smooth transition to a new career.

More about the Metro College of Technology:
Metro College is a career college located in the heart of Toronto and well-known for its practical and advanced courses and programs, specializing in diploma and continuing education. Training programs combine in-depth theoretical learning with hands-on applied experience, and offer the best preparation for gainful life-long employment.

Learn more about Toronto Metro College: http://metroc.ca/
Location: 203 College Street. Toronto, Ontario, M5T 1P9
Phone: (416) 585-9880


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