Diploma Programs for Business Management, Office Administration, and Social & Community Work
Harness your business savvy, develop skills in the food and beverages industry, or train as a social service worker through our academic diploma programs. We have built these academic programs from the ground up, powered by solid teaching foundations.
This is a 40-week program with 1,030 hours of training. It prepares students to manage the administrative and implementation responsibilities of a wide variety of social assistance programs and services for individuals addressing addiction and post addiction strategies.
This is a 32-week program with 830 hours of training. Students prepare to be effective social services practitioners by acquiring the knowledge, skills, and values needed to provide support to individuals, families, groups, and communities in need and who are seeking support from a variety of available assistance programs and services.
During this 45-week program, students undergo 1,125 hours of training managing the operational, organizational, and administrative responsibilities of a business. This includes skills in key functional areas of any business, financial management, marketing, and strategic planning and execution.
This is a 28-week program with 700 hours of training. It prepares students to manage organizational and administrative responsibilities in an office setting effectively. They will learn to communicate effectively and collaborate in a business environment and use information technologies to engage in effective decision-making.
Students will undergo 38 weeks with 950 hours of training, which includes the necessary training for work in the hospitality and tourism industry. This program will give you a solid conceptual and practical foundation in the application of industry procedures and practices, including basic industry accounting, food and beverage services, and facilities management.
With 28 weeks and a total of 700 hours of training, students from this program graduate with a strong foundation needed to succeed in a career in the tourism and hospitality industry. It focuses on the application of industry procedures and practices, including basic industry accounting, food and beverage, and services administration.
This 8-week (200 hours) Tourism and Hospitality Certificate course is an entry-level program that teaches participants the basics in the tourism and hospitality industry.
All our Academic Programs except for Tourism and Hospitality Certificate were reviewed and approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.
Each of our academic programs provides students with the fundamentals to be successful learners and communicators as well as the faculty guidance, hands-on experience, and the right tools to succeed in their chosen professions.