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Aboriginal-Focused Program, Created with You In Mind!

       Indigenous Community Service Worker (ICSW) Diploma Program is a pilot program that was created by the Willis College in partnership with Congress of Aboriginal People and funded by the Government of Canada’s ASETS Program. The project goals & objectives   Provide a high demand skills training program to 10 Indigenous people which […]

Pythian Partners With Willis College To Develop New Open Source Database Advanced Diploma Program

  New program will build talent pipeline of open source database professionals and offer employment opportunities for graduates.   OTTAWA – August 9 , 2016 – Pythian, a 400-person global IT services company that helps companies adopt disruptive technologies to better compete, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Willis College for a one-year […]

Canadian Leaders in International Consulting (CLIC) and Canada’s Willis College expand New Horizons skills training program to the Middle East and Africa

CLIC-LEARNING, a division of Canadian Leaders in International Consulting (CLIC) and Willis College Global Academy, a division of Willis College of Canada are expanding their partnership to provide much-needed skills training for students in the Middle East and Africa. This initiative, called New Horizons, involves working directly with employers in the region to provide foundational […]

Ontario is expected to see a shortage of 5,000 homecare workers in 2016.

Home Health Aide is listed among the hardest jobs for employers to fill in 2016. Read this article for more information on homecare worker shortage expected in Ontario in 2016. You can obtain a PSW diploma/certificate at Willis College in 25 weeks: 15 weeks in class, 10 weeks co-op The Personal Support Worker  (PSW) Certificate/ Diploma  program […]

CBC: Biggest Cybersecurity Threats in 2016

“Every minute, we are seeing about half a million attack attempts that are happening in cyber space.” says Derek Manky, Fortinet global security strategist in an recent interview for CBC. Research company Gartner predicts there will be 6.8 billion connected devices in use in 2016, a 30 percent increase over 2015. By 2020, that number will […]