Billingual Administrative Assistant (Length: 1 year)

This practical program combines learning software applications used in an office environment: Word, Excel and Access, with the skills and office procedures needed to provide quality administrative support for variety of employers.

Job possibilities are numerous as many businesses in the private sector as well as government department regularly seek to hire well-trained bilingual staff. During their training, students complete various projects that foster attention to quality.

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Accounting Clerk (Length: 1 year)

In this program, students learn the knowledge and procedures to offer quality bookkeeping services: preparation of financial statements and problem solving skills. At the end of the program, students will have acquired the necessary skills allowing them to maintain both manual and computerized financial records. Furthermore, they will have an excellent working knowledge of most software applications regularly used in an office: Word, Excel and Access. Students graduate from the program with the essential technical skills necessary to actively participate as a contributing member of the workforce in the field. Simulation projects are an integral part of the program and service to reinforce the skills learned.

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Early Childhood Educator (Length: 2 years)

The first 5 years of a person's life is vital in their overall development, and early childhood educators have the opportunity to positively influence the lives of our community's children and families. This program prepares students to work as educators in French and bilingual early childhood centres, family resource centres, recreation programs, etc. Students will develop the necessary teamwork and communication skills to work in collaboration with their colleagues, supervisor and parents. They will also learn appropriate techniques for observation; planning aged-appropriate learning activities; animating and guidance strategies, etc. with the goal of meeting the individual needs of each child.

A provincial certificate is available to those who receive credits on ten specific courses and complete a practicum.

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Human Services  (Length: 2 years)

This program prepares students for front-line work improving access to educational and community services for children and adolescents with a disability, such as learning difficulties, difficulties in adaptation to the classroom and/or society, intellectual deficiencies or developmental delays and sensory handicaps (related to sensory organs) or for youth with behavioural problems.

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Youth Worker (Length: 2 years)
This intensive program prepares and motivates students for a career as a youth worker serving a wide variety of at-risk youth. The program prepares students to identify and meet the social and emotional needs of young people. They will work with youth at all levels of development and their family, assisting with education and rehabilitation. In their second year of study, students will be trained in life coaching and will mentor a young person in an individual situation.

The workplace practicum is a major component of training for workers with youth in difficulty, providing intensive, supervised practical experience where students can develop the skills they need to assist youth.

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Resident Care Worker (Length: 1 year)

The Resident Care Worker program prepares students to acquire the knowledge and master the techniques needed to provide long-term healthcare services in a facility, at home or in an acute care environment.

Resident Care Workers provide, with compassion and respect for human dignity, high-quality care that safely meets the needs of clients and their families.

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Practical Nurse (Length: 2 years)

This program prepares students to acquire the knowledge and skills to provide nursing care to a varied clientele. During the two years of training, theory courses, lab exercises and clinical practicums allow students to learn the care techniques used in institutions. This program prepares students to write the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination.

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Welding (Length: 1 year)

This specialized program is offered in partnership with the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) and Université Sainte-Anne in Nova Scotia. Training is about 30% theory, delivered by videoconferencing. Students also do projects in the workshop and participate in practicums in businesses in their region throughout the year. This program is approved by the PEI Provincial Apprenticeship Board of the Department of Innovation and Advanced Learning.

Job opportunities are numerous because there is a growing need for specialized workers, specifically in the area of welding, for megaprojects in Atlantic Canada.

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