Health and Wellness Programs
Explore programs that lead to careers in the health and wellness industries:
- Continuing Care
Become a competent and compassionate care worker, enhancing the lives of the individuals and communities you serve.
Enhance the beauty and well-being of others by learning all aspects of the hairstyling profession.
- Dental Assisting – Level II
Promote good oral health and patient care, assisting dentists and dental specialists.
- Esthetics and Spa Therapies
Focus on all aspects of the esthetics profession in a therapeutic environment.
- Funeral and Allied Health Services
Build the essential skills and knowledge you need for two career paths – Funeral Directing and Embalming.
- Funeral Arranging and Directing
Develop the essential skills you need to serve clients and families, while apprenticing as a funeral director.
- Health Information Management
Use technology to capture health data, perform data analysis, present information to support healthcare delivery and provide leadership in all aspects of clinical information management.
- Medical Laboratory Technology
Perform lab testing and investigations related to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease.
- Medical Office Administration
A solid foundation in the technology, terminology, professional ethics and office practices required to work with a healthcare team.
- Occupational Therapy / Physiotherapy Assistant
Work directly with clients providing hands-on treatment to improve their quality of life and ability to perform daily activities.
- Pharmacy Technician
Work as part of a healthcare team to ensure consumers receive the best possible pharmaceutical care.
- Practical Nursing
Work as part of a healthcare team to provide exceptional care and promote healthy lifestyles to the individuals and families you serve.
- Practical Nursing Re-entry to Practice
Update your nursing skills to re-register as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN).
- Therapeutic Recreation
Enhance quality of life by facilitating recreation activities for individuals who experience barriers to health and leisure activities.