The Career College Industry

The unchanging fact about jobs and the future is that both are constantly changing.  Everyone will be affected by these changes.  The Career College Industry in Canada has long been established to respond effectively to any change in the career marketplace.

Average Canadian workers will change their job six to seven times over the course of their working lives.  More and more, employers are only hiring workers who already possess the required skills.  The competitiveness and experience of the restaurant and hospitality industry is reflective of these facts.  Career Colleges that offer specialized post-secondary training are the answer to students becoming skilled and getting ahead.

There are well over three hundred and sixty member colleges in the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC) in Canada.  At any given times, there are tens of thousands of students enrolled in every variety of program being offered.  It is a highly competitive industry.  Private career education today is provincially approved and regulated.  But private ownership and a competitive market motivate career colleges to respond quickly to the changing needs of business and industry by developing new courses and curriculum.  The demand for quality career training from students and the workforce has never been greater.

In Canada there is a high and constant awareness of the career college industry.  Provincial regulation and approval of courses dictates a close working relationship with business and industry in order to meet their changing needs.  Students can learn career or professional skills in a shorter period of time without a large portion of their education being cultural or liberal arts courses.  Since instructors are chosen for both their knowledge and practical experience, students are taught by highly experiences professionals.  Students pay for their education and therefore are very conscientious of their study and career goals.

The Career College Industry offers entrepreneurs tremendous opportunities to shape public opinion in post-secondary education, serve the public, business and industry in socially positive ways, and earn handsome returns on investment dollars.  LIAISON COLLEGE represents one of the best opportunities to do all three in one of the fastest growing, highest demand areas of career training today.

The Restaurant and Hospitality Industry is under-serves by career colleges and represents a tremendous demand for qualified graduates in culinary arts and management.  LAISON COLLEGE is poised to fill that need.  Currently and into the next century, demand for culinary skills will be in the top ten of fastest occupations.  LIAISON COLLEGE, through its franchise opportunity, is poised to become the fastest growing career college in Canada.

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