December has come and gone. The Christmas tree, lights and tinsel are packed away and Auld Lang Syne has been sung about 1000 times. In the business of the holiday season, did the thought of getting your January College Registration done pass through your mind? My assumption is that it did. Because of the time of year and everything going on with kids school plays, hockey tournaments and family gatherings, it getting registered in a college programs is put on the back burner.
So here we are. The middle of January. 2017 has now started and you may find yourself asking yourself, “What’s next? Am I now needing to wait until September to do something with my career?”
You don’t have to wait until September. There is still time to make 2017 your year of change. It’s still possible to register for programs starting in January with Canadian College of Health, Science & Technology. Canadian College still has classes open for the January College registration time frame and there is still time to get yourself registered in one of our programs.
But, there is a catch to all of this.
You need to act quickly if you are wanting to make 2017 your year and take advantage of the January start. There is no more time left to put it off. So like any good blog post, there should be a list of things you need to do to make action happen.
Here it is.
Drum roll please.
Canadian College offers a wide range of programs in business, healthcare, science & technology. Some of our January programs have started but there are still a number of programs starting at the end of the month and have space in them. You can choose from the following career training programs:
This is pretty simple to do really. There are a few ways you can do this. The first is you can come down to the college at 1737 Walker Road and speak to one of our Admissions Representatives. They will walk you through the registration process, help you find a program that suits your interests and skills and answer your questions. Another option is to apply here.
An important piece to going to school is knowing how you are going to pay for your education. There are several great options to choose from. One of the more popular options is for students to take advantage of OSAP or Second Careers. With OSAP, you are not obligated to pay for your student loan while you are in school and with Second Careers, your training may be paid for by the Ontario Government. Take the time to look at your options with our Financial Aid Office page.
How does this all sound to you?