To address Ontario’s Personal Support Worker Shortage, the Ontario government is providing grants up to $13,235 to new students.
Whether you’re interested in law enforcement, or working in the criminal justice system, CTS Canadian Career College has career training options for you.
Depending on the area of employment, law clerks have a wide range of responsibilities, including preparing trial documentation, interviewing witnesses, arranging trial dates and adjournments, preparing corporate/commercial documentation, completing family law financial statements, assisting in the administration of estates, completing legal research, searching titles and processing real estate transactions.
The Paralegal program at CTS Canadian Career is accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Students in this program gain valuable experience during a work placement arranged through the College. Upon successful completion of this program, graduates possess the skills needed to pass the LSUC licensing exam and practice as independent paralegals.
Natural attrition through retirement and a growing population have resulted in an increasing demand for new police and security personnel.
Police Foundations program students are trained to pursue a career in various policing agencies across Canada, including the OPP and RCMP. Alternative career paths include Court bailiffs, wardens, security officers, 9-1-1 operators, Canadian customs and immigration and campus police to name a few.
Throughout the program, students become involved in their community through assisting police services or event security detail and participate in a practicum placement.
Learn more about the Legal programs at CTS Canadian Career College by contacting them today!