Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

triOS College Opens Scarborough Campus To Help Immigrants Get Trained

Educated Immigrants

Scarborough is an ideal place to reach out to recent immigrants.

Canada is facing a “brain-waste.” Many educated immigrants are unable to transition their skills into Canada’s workforce. That’s why triOS College has opened a Scarborough Campus; to help them fill the gaps.

“This new campus will provide staff and students with broader opportunities and benefits that exist under the triOS name. triOS is a college that offers practical programs, great instructors, and a fantastic team that care about our students and their success,” said Stuart Bentley, President of triOS College.

Scarborough is an ideal place to reach out to recent immigrants. The area has a population of over 593,000 people, with more than half being born from outside of Canada.

The new campus will offer start dates this month in programs like business, technology, healthcare and law, accounting and payroll, business administration, community services worker, medical office assistant, and police foundations.

“Before coming to Canada, I worked for eight years with the League of Municipalities of the Philippines,” said Herbert Langdon from the triOS Toronto campus.

“It was very difficult however to obtain a career when I came to Canada. Currently, I am enrolled in the Network Specialist Program at triOS College to improve my chances of getting a great career in my new home.”

Schools mentioned: triOS College

Ryan Leclaire
Author: Ryan Leclaire
Ryan has been writing for 7 years and has been featured in Chatelaine, Canadian Living and Cottage life.
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  1. STUDY Magazine Says:

    This would really solve our health care shortage!


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