HAMILTON, Dec. 27 /CNW/ - A new year is upon us, and what better way to
start a new year than with a great education. By changing your skills, it is
possible to change your future. All it takes is the challenge and support of a
"fast-track" program that can easily help jump-start your career. And what
better time to consider a new career than the start of a New Year?
However, there are very few educational facilities within the city of
Hamilton, which can offer a fast track program at ones own pace, that's until
now. Located at 891 Upper James Street in Hamilton near the intersection of
Upper James and Hester, Business Skills College (BSC) admits people weekly,
making it easier to start building a new future at any time.
For those who want a new career or who just want to improve their skills,
BSC offers many programs, which include, Business Administration, Financial
Administration, Legal Administration, Administrative Assistant, Early
Childhood Assistant and more.
"A new career is like a golden door into the future," said John Williams,
president of Business Skills College. "It really is life changing. Our
graduates make more money than they once did and enjoy a higher standard of
living. Plus, they experience a major confidence boost in going from little or
no computer knowledge to expert skill levels in various Microsoft Office
products. This allows them to be immediately productive and often even more
skilled than their peers once they begin their new careers."
Flexibility is a priority at BSC, where students can easily design their
own schedule as long as they complete the required 20 to 25 hours of study per
week, during the college hours of 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. "We
understand that people want to get their diplomas while also fulfilling other
responsibilities," said Williams, "We also understand that people want to get
their diplomas quickly. At Business Skills College, our students can graduate
in as few as five months or up to 10 months for extensive courses."
If you'd like to go back to school but the idea of college seems a little
daunting, it should be emphasized that BSC encourages students to learn at
their own pace. Allowing them to spend more time on course material and take
advantage of one-on-one extra help.
Some BSC students are fresh out of high school but if you're a mature
student, you'll be in good company at BSC, where the average student age is
35 to 40. Classmates, like you, will be too busy with school and other
responsibilities to engage in the wild, partying lifestyle that the word
"college" may bring to mind.
"Our students are highly motivated," said Williams. "Almost 90 per cent
of them graduate, which is very high, and a full 85 per cent get jobs. We work
hard to make sure all of our graduates have the employment and job search
skills to find work in their new field as soon as possible."
From mothers whose young children have just started school, to people who
have lost their jobs, BSC has helped many people achieve their career dreams.
For further information:
For further information: Business Skills College, (905) 387-8787,