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Vocational Programs

Whether you're still in high school, have recently graduated, want to advance in your current profession, or are considering a career change, vocational schools in Canada offer a variety of educational options that may be suited to your individual interests, goals, and strengths

What is Vocational Programs?

Vocational programs are courses/education that prepares people to work in a trade, a craft, as a technician, or in support roles in professions such as engineering, accountancy, nursing, medicine, architecture, or law. Vocational training is commonly defined as any training that is specific to a particular occupation.

A vocational school is an institution that provides occupation-specific training, which can lead to an associate degree, diploma, certificate, or another similar credential.

Vocational and technical schools in Canada are either public or private institutions that provide career training programs, apprenticeship programs, and much more. These schools can be characterized by the fact that:

  • Instructors are typically industry-experienced professionals who possess an understanding of the practical abilities and theories required to enter the specific area that they are teaching.
  • Programs are developed with a strong focus on career readiness and generally contain significant hands-on training and opportunities for obtaining real-world experience

What are the Benefits of Attending a Vocational School?

  • Career-focused education—Unlike traditional college or university programs, a vocational or technical school program can provide training that is concentrated solely on developing occupation-specific skills and knowledge.
  • Cost-effective training—Since vocational programs tend to cut out the need for general education courses, you can enjoy a more condensed education, which can result in lower costs and less of a time commitment.
  • Regularly updated curricula—Vocational training programs are generally developed with direct input from industry employers in order to produce graduates who possess the skills and knowledge needed to meet actual job demands. Because of this, many vocational schools frequently review and refine their curricula.
  • Job-ready programs—By choosing a vocational education over the traditional academic route, you could obtain training that is specifically intended to help you graduate ready to move directly from the classroom into the workforce.
  • Available funding—For HRDC candidates who are on EI, all vocational programs at IIBS College are government funded.

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VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS HOURS
Certificate in Business Administration 220
Diploma in Accounting and Payroll 578
Diploma in Accounting and Payroll Level I and II 910
Diploma in Business administration 578
Diploma in Business administration level I and II 1820
Diploma in Business Analysis and Project Management 660
Diploma in Business Intelligence 660
Diploma in Enterprise resource planning (ERP) 660
Diploma in System administration 660