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A Student’s Life Is Full Of Challenges

2019-05-08T08:11:24-05:00

Through Ups And Downs, It Is Important To Not Let Disappointment Set You Off Course. As Canadians, we truly understand the value of having a post-secondary education. However, as evidenced by more students enrolling than ever before, the college/university dropout rate still remains greater than 25 percent. Reasons for a dropout can include academic, social, health, [...]

A Student’s Life Is Full Of Challenges 2019-05-08T08:11:24-05:00

Canadian College – Things To Consider Over March Break

2019-03-28T13:19:46-05:00

Why March Break Can Be Healthy! The arrival of the March break is always an eager part of the school year – for students and teachers. Have you ever heard the saying “absence makes the heart grow fonder”? Well, for students on March break, the absence of not getting up every day and going to school [...]

Canadian College – Things To Consider Over March Break 2019-03-28T13:19:46-05:00

It’s All About Balance…School-Work-Life-Career

2019-03-28T12:13:56-05:00

The Balance Between Career College, Work, and Personal Life Creating a balance with school-work-life can be very challenging for many people. For college students, a lack of life balance can become overwhelming if healthy living and wellness aren’t factored into the equation. Research indicates about 50% of all full-time college students have jobs outside of [...]

It’s All About Balance…School-Work-Life-Career 2019-03-28T12:13:56-05:00

Canadian College S.M.A.R.T. Goal Tips for Term 1

2019-03-28T13:52:54-05:00

Back to School Basics in 2019 - Setting Goals to Survive Private Career College in Canada "Goals can be highly motivational, but only when they are S.M.A.R.T" You did it! You made it a goal to go back to College for a second career. Now stick with it and watch the endless opportunities unfold! The [...]

Canadian College S.M.A.R.T. Goal Tips for Term 1 2019-03-28T13:52:54-05:00

3 Interview Questions to Prepare for After Medical Office Assistant Training

2017-11-06T15:57:08-05:00

3 Interview Questions to Prepare for After Graduating From Medical Office Assistant Training In Windsor, Ontario An aging population indicates the need for more doctors, and an increase of doctors implies that there will be a need for more medical office assistants to help run things. But even with plenty of jobs open and great medical [...]

3 Interview Questions to Prepare for After Medical Office Assistant Training 2017-11-06T15:57:08-05:00

How Windsor’s Boomer Population May Impact Grads of Medical Office Assistant Training

2017-11-07T12:30:26-05:00

How Windsor’s Boomer Population May Impact Medical Office Assistant Grads The population in Canada has been steadily getting older every year, with millennials slowly overtaking baby boomers in the workforce. These boomers, formerly the backbone of the Canadian economy from the financial center in Toronto to the automotive industry in Windsor, are in the process of retiring. [...]

How Windsor’s Boomer Population May Impact Grads of Medical Office Assistant Training 2017-11-07T12:30:26-05:00

Scheduling Appointments: 4 Effective Tips for Medical Office Assistant Students

2017-11-07T12:14:25-05:00

4 Effective Scheduling Tips for Students in Medical Office Assistant Training Scheduling appointments is among a medical office assistant’s most important responsibilities. When appointment scheduling goes wrong in a medical office, it can cause mishaps to occur, such as overbooked staff and long wait times. People tend to grow anxious when they are forced to wait [...]

Scheduling Appointments: 4 Effective Tips for Medical Office Assistant Students 2017-11-07T12:14:25-05:00

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