On the 18th of January, 2014 Vancouver Career College held a graduation ceremony in Surrey, British Columbia. Family and friends of the grads came out to meet and greet. One big step towards each student’s goal is finally accomplished. What a great journey it was! Post your comments and let us know your thoughts.
Here is what one of the Accounting & Payroll Administrator program students says about Vancouver Career College: “I chose Joe Peter as my instructor – he explained everything in easy ways to let me understand. It helped me not only get the certificate but also learn the exact knowledge. We all learn as a group, and Joe gave us many subjects to discuss and each student must talk something about the subject. Pay attention to what the instructor says, study hard, ask questions and you will get the answers.”
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Vancouver Career College graduates talk about earning their career college diplomas. See highlights of the graduation ceremony and grads from Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Surrey, Abbotsford and Chilliwack.
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Our training programs combine a theoretical approach to education with hands-on training so you develop the knowledge base and the skill set that employers in your chosen career field demand. Having the competitive advantage will ensure that you are well-equipped to pursue your career aspirations.
As a Vancouver Career College student you will learn from industry-experienced instructors in small classes that allow for personalized learning. This means you get the individual attention you need, when you need it in an intimate classroom.
Meanwhile, Vancouver Career College programs ensure that students are familiar with the fundamentals in their field so they have a solid foundation before delving into specialized courses. Each subject is covered one at a time in a progressive manner, so you can master a specific skill set before moving on.
Once you’ve learned on campus, you will get an opportunity to apply your skills during a practicum placement in a real workplace. This on-the-job training will be invaluable during the job search. You will also learn the essential skills to search for and obtain employment in your chosen field to help you transition smoothly from student to worker.