This training program is available in Montreal over a span of 15.5 months (25 hours/week) including 12 weeks of internship. Individuals trained in microcomputer and networking systems provide problem solving services to network users. They are typically responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting and administering the use of local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs) mainframe networks, computer workstations, and connections to the internet. This program provides instruction and training on how to install, configure and maintain microcomputers, operating systems as well as cloud technology. Areas of study include technical support, Linux operating systems, network operating systems, managing an enterprise network, Microsoft based systems, and cloud environments.
Paralegals are non-lawyers providing legal services in specified areas of practice to the public for a fee. The type of work that a licensed paralegal can perform is limited by the Law Society and this program is restricted to those areas of law. This 12-month (20 hours/week, Mondays to Thursdays) program, accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada, prepares graduates to apply to the Law Society of Upper Canada to become licensed paralegals. Areas of study include Understanding Statutes and By-Laws, Torts and Contracts, Evidence and the Litigation Process, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Small Claims Court, Tribunal Practice, Provincial Offences/Motor Vehicle Offences, Criminal Summary Conviction Procedures and Ethics.
Architectural design training is a 10 month training program that consists of 25 hours of course work per week. Training is provided on a daily basis from Mondays to Fridays. Architectural Designers/Drafters are involved in all stages of the design and building process. Once they gain experience, they may consult with clients about project scopes and budgets and product design concepts. After design concepts are approved they work with engineers, construction teams etc. to make sure the design is carried out as planned. This program will teach students to become proficient using computer-aided design application packages. Areas of study include design fundamentals and blueprints, computer graphics, AutoCAD 2-D and 3-D, Interior, Exterior and Landscape design, and Ontario Building Code.