Liaison College of Culinary Arts
Liaison College was founded on a simple idea: that great cooking and culinary arts education must be complete, practical, and rewarding, and give its graduates the best possible foundation for a career in the food service industry. Liaison College offers a concentrated education based on learning by doing, where technique and practical hands-on application form the backbone of our professional programs.
Evergreen College’s Markham campus offers diploma programs in accounting, community service and healthcare that provide the skills and knowledge students need to achieve their employment goals. These career-focused diploma programs can often be completed in under a year Students will be helped and guided so that they can find the program that will start them on the path to a rewarding and fulfilling future.
ILAC International College
Founded by English-language education pioneers Jonathan Kolber & Ilan Cohen, ILAC International College is a leading Private Career College that offers career-focused programs in Business, Sales, Marketing and Customer Service. Our boutique campus is located in the heart of Toronto. Students have the opportunity to gain Canadian work experience while enrolled in one of the co-op programs. They will practice the knowledge learned in class, develop professional contacts within the industry and enhance their resume while studying. ILAC International College co-op specialists support each student’s job search, connect them with employers, and stay engaged throughout their co-op work placement. The College offers a life-changing experience that will give students the skills they need to succeed and lead in any profession.
Canadian Technical and Management College
CTMC uses best practices in adult education to help students successfully transition to post-secondary education, return to work or upgrade their skills. CTMC promotes critical, facilitated and independent learning. The educational model that the college uses is underpinned by research, theory and in-classroom testing. Learning experiences are structured to mimic the way adults interact in the workplace so that the educational environment mirrors the workplace environment into which students will transition.