Professionalism is something that should be developed even before you venture into your work life. The best place to develop a professional approach is your classroom. At Columbia College Calgary, students get a sneak peek into how their professional lives are going to be. Our courses are designed to impart a sense of professionalism in students and make them employment ready. It is mandatory for all students to undergo certain number of hours of work experience or practicum during the course. Practicum gives students an opportunity to practice whatever they have learnt in theory and also helps them build a sense of professionalism.
Product delivery and inventory management, do they excite you? Then a career in transportation and warehousing is the right choice for you. Transportation and warehousing are vital functions of every business, be it manufacturing or retail. The efficient packaging, storage, and distribution of goods rely on the transportation and warehousing employees. Transportation and warehousing personnel are responsible for inventory management, preparing and completing orders to be delivered, storage, shipping, database management, etc. While warehousing is generally related to tangible products, transportation responsibilities may also be service oriented such as that of a school bus driver. Typically, on-the-job training forms the basic foundation for those pursuing career in the field. However, transportation and warehousing employment training can be an added advantage for kick starting your career. Columbia College Alberta offers transportation and warehousing employment training course to start your career with. Here is a brief on the course and employment opportunities in the field.
Marina Pant successfully graduated from the Health Care Aide Program. She has since been taking University Prep courses to assist her in reaching her goal of taking her next step and becoming a Practical Nurse. After completing her free University Prep courses, Marina has been accepted into the Practical Nurse at Columbia College in August 2009.
To celebrate Nurses Week, the Practical Nurse students at Columbia College discussed why they chose to become nurses and how Columbia is helping them.
Watch their video!
Every year the English as a Second Language staff and students at Columbia College host International Day.
It is a chance for our students to share their culture with everyone else. Students bring in food, provide entertainment and showcase cultural items from their home countries.
Here is some video taken from this year’s International Day on June 12, 2009.
The recent increase in crime and gang activity has all levels of government calling for more funding to hire additional criminal justice professionals. Police Services, the Sheriff’s department, Animal and Bylaw Services, Corrections, Canada Border Services Agency, etc., are all trying to find qualified applicants to fill vacant positions. Columbia College’s Criminal Justice Diploma Program prepares individuals for a career as a Police Officer, Corrections Officer, Probation Officer, Customs Officer, Animal and Bylaw Services Officer, to name but a few.