Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career INSTITUTION INFORMATION Name of Institution: Sheridan College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning Trafalgar Road Campus: 1430 Trafalgar Road, Oakville L6H 2L1 905‐845‐9430 Davis Campus: 7899 McLaughlin Road Brampton, Ontario L6V 1G6 905‐459‐7533 Locations: Skills Training Centre (Campus Location 407 Iroquois Shore Road of Program is in Oakville, ON bold) L6H 1M3 905‐845‐9430 Website Address: www.sheridaninstitute.ca All 3 Sheridan campuses are accessible by local public transit, with convenient connections to GO Transit. Visit: Sheridan’s home page/About Sheridan/Campus Locations/How to Get to Sheridan Second Career Coordinator: Rossana Gorys Phone: 905‐459‐7533 or 905‐845‐9430 ext. 5068 Contact Person: Fax: 905‐874‐4375 E‐mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. If you have been provided with a Second Career/Ontario Skills Development Application Package by your Employment Assessment Centre, we will be pleased to advise you if you meet the admission requirements of the program(s) in which you are interested. If you do not meet all admission requirements, we will also provide you with information about how you can most efficiently obtain the necessary prerequisites. Acceptance Process/Letter of Acceptance: 2. If you meet admission requirements for your chosen program, we encourage you to apply to your chosen program through the Ontario College Application Service (OCAS) at: www.ontariocolleges.ca. there is an application fee (please retain your receipt for this fee). 3. If you are accepted into the program, you will receive an offer of admission and fee invoice from the College. You will need to attach a copy of this Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career document to your Second Career application. Certification of Sheridan is an Ontario Public College and is certified to issue T2202A tax School: receipts. Sheridan recognizes that some students who enter a program at the College will have earned postsecondary credits at other recognized postsecondary institutions and may wish to apply these credits towards the Sheridan credential. Advanced standing refers to the transferring of credit earned at another recognized post- secondary institution towards a Sheridan credential. Students may apply to receive advanced standing for specific Sheridan course(s) based on the successful completion of similar courses at other recognized postsecondary institutions subject to meeting applicable Sheridan policies. Advanced Candidates must have achieved a minimum course grade of 65% or the minimum Standing: pass for promotion within the program, whichever is higher, for a request for advanced standing to be considered. Courses considered for advanced standing must have been completed within five years prior to the request. Please refer to the full Advanced Standing policy on Sheridan’s Policies and Procedures website for specific details. Mac users please note: you must use Firefox, Opera or Netscape to access the documents on the Policies and Procedures website. PROGRAM INFORMATION Program Office Administration – Medical: Ontario College Diploma Name/Credential: Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, including these required courses: One English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or ENG4U) or Mature student status. Mature students do not possess a secondary school diploma or equivalent and Program-Specific are 19 years of age before the starting date of the program. Admission Requirements: Mature students who apply to Sheridan’s certificate and diploma programs must demonstrate their ability to work at the postsecondary level in one of two ways: By successfully completing equivalency testing in English and/or mathematics and/or; science or By completing a program of academic upgrading at a level appropriate to the program of choice. Mature students must demonstrate proficiency in meeting specific program Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career prerequisites. If you do not have the required English, you may wish to enrol in the Academic and Career Entrance program at Sheridan to obtain equivalent credits. Preparatory training such as academic upgrading is eligible for Second Career funding, subject to the approval of Employment Ontario. APPLICANT SELECTION Eligible applicants are selected on the basis of previous academic achievement (the average of their six highest senior-level credits, including required courses). Although not a requirement, Grade 12 mathematics or equivalent and basic computer skills are recommended. Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for this program will be assessed and advised individually and may be considered for other, related programs. ADMISSION AT AN ADVANCED LEVEL (DIRECT ENTRY) Admission at an advanced level into Year 2 (Term 3) is available to applicants with: Appropriate postsecondary education in office administration Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) process Advanced standing or transfer of relevant credits earned at another recognized postsecondary institution 09/2010 01/2011 09/2011 01/2012 Start/End dates: 1 2 3 4 04/2012 04/2012 04/2013 04/2013 This is a full time program over 2 years: (4 semesters of 14 weeks each) Hours per week: 18 (daytime hours between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday) Approximate hours of hands on training: In term 4, students have the option to do an unpaid field placement 2 days a week, for a total of 180 hours. Program Length/ Hours/Weeks: Programs starting in September have a four month break (May-August) between first and second year. The Christmas break is approximately 3 weeks, and breaks between semesters are two weeks. Programs starting in January go straight through with a maximum break of 3 weeks over Christmas and two week breaks between semesters. Students will be notified of their class schedule and timetable prior to the beginning of each semester. Class Size: Approx. 35 Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career Course Outline: See Program Outline section below The non-refundable application processing fee paid to Ontario Colleges covers Registration Fee: application processing for one application cycle. • Year One $3,577.00 Annual Tuition • Year Two $3,425.00 (2010/11): Tuition fees are regulated by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and a change could be made by action of the Ontario Government. The 2010/11 parking fee schedule is: • One Month: $72 Parking: • One term (September to January): $166 • Two terms (September to May): $306 • Three terms (September to August): $367 Textbooks and supplies typically may be as much as $600 each term. Books: Other: Payment Policy: Fees can be paid in full for the whole program, or per term. The fee payment deadline is approximately 2 weeks before the start of the term. If you withdraw by the tenth scheduled day of the first term, then all fees are Refund Policy: refunded. If you withdraw by the tenth scheduled day of the second term, then all second term fees are refunded. In either case, an administrative processing charge is withheld. Sheridan’s two-year (16 months) Office Administration– Medical diploma program equips you with the skills you need to work productively in a busy health care office or setting. Your training will cover a broad range of topics including: Medical office procedures Medical terminology, anatomy and physiology Medical e-billing and scheduling Medical transcription and techniques Employment preparation and supervisory management Your Second During your first year, you will receive foundational training in office software Career in Office applications such as Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) Administration – and general office skills. In your second year of medical administration Medical: coursework, you will learn to use specialized medical software, OHIP billing, electronic calendaring and scheduling, and communication software applications. By the time you graduate from the Medical Office Administration program, you will be able to: Provide specialized administrative support to medical professionals Produce accurate medical documents using a variety of specialized medical software applications Record OHIP billing information electronically Conduct research on the Internet Apply scheduling and task coordination skills Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career Demonstrate essential interpersonal skills Develop customer service skills through simulated patient encounters Display excellent written and oral communication skills Field Placement Opportunity During Term 4 of your medical administration program, you will have an option to participate in either a Medical Simulation course or Field Placement (two days per week) course. Either option prepares you for entry-level administrative support in a medical office or setting. This is an excellent opportunity to gain work experience and to evaluate different career paths Enhanced Learning Through Mobile Computing Sheridan’s advanced mobile computing teaching environment gives you 24/7 access to the course materials and software applications used in class. Using your personal laptop computer, you can perform class activities, complete assignments, and e-communicate with your professors and classmates. Mobile computing gives you freedom and flexibility that lead to greater learning. Professional Certification When you complete this medical administration program, you will be eligible for Ontario Medical Secretaries Association (OMSA) certification. The Medical Office Administration program is located at the Davis Campus in Brampton, Ontario. Sheridan — where employers look for outstanding hires. When you graduate from this medical administration diploma program, you will be fully prepared to take an entry-level position in a health care facility or medical office. Currently, there are an estimated 1,339 potential medical employers, excluding dental offices, in the Halton/Peel regions.1 Potential employers include such organizations as: Health care organizations o Extendicare Career o Canadian Home Health Care Inc. opportunities/ Employment Hospitals Prospects/Success o Credit Valley Hospital Factors: o William Osler Health Centre o Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital Doctor’s offices or clinics o Medical Associates of Meadowvale o Queen Square Doctors o Oakview Fertility Centre o The Plastic Surgery Clinic Corporations o AssessMed Inc. o Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd. Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career o Vital Aire Healthcare “The Medical Office Administration program was my passage to a new life. With the guidance of the amazing teachers, along with the program curriculum, I was able to apply what I learned at school in the real world… Thank you Sheridan College and all my professors … I am forever grateful.” Lisa Belmonte, Medical Office Administrator/Transcriptionist, The Plastic Surgery Clinic, Mississauga 1 Source: Medical Re-instatement Proposal, Sheridan College, 2008 Alumni of Sheridan can access all in-person and web-site Career Centre’s services for assistance in Career Counselling and Employment Advising for one year after their graduation date. After one year, they can access all web-site services including jobs.sheridan (our on-line job posting system). Method of Courses are instructor-led. Students will engage in a variety of applied learning Instruction: and experiential activities and will complete multiple industry projects. Equipment Students will have access to computers in open access computer labs. Availability: Instructor Qualifications: College faculty are hired based on a combination of industry experience and academic qualifications. Most full-time faculty have relevant Master’s degrees and/or professional certifications where applicable to their field of expertise. Faculty are provided with opportunities to engage in professional development to ensure currency in their field as well as proficiency in teaching adults. All Sheridan’s programs are designed and kept up to date with input from Program Advisory Committees that include representation from employers and industry organizations. Curriculum Design: Network for Innovation & Leadership in Education at Sheridan (NILES) at Sheridan oversees the design of new programs and courses and maintains a schedule of program review to keep programs up to date. Students have the opportunity to complete a formal evaluation of the course and instructor at the end of each course. In addition, students can participate in the Student Satisfaction Survey to evaluate Evaluation of their program. Instructors, Courses and Public colleges must survey students, graduates and employers as mandated by Programs: the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities to obtain information on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). Please visit Please visit: Sheridan Home Page, About Sheridan, Sheridan at a Glance, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). Sheridan classrooms and campus facilities are accessible and are designed to Physical Facilities: support a wide range of applied learning activities. Classrooms and labs are equipped with modern technology, including digital AV teaching and learning aids. Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career At the Davis and Trafalgar Road campuses, gyms and fitness centres, full-service cafeterias, modern learning resource centres and vibrant student centres contribute to supporting student learning and life. Both campuses have attractive grounds that provide a relaxing counterpoint to the hustle and bustle of student activity. As a public college, Sheridan is able to offer a full range of student services and supports: Athletics and Recreation Career Centre (job search assistance): available for one year following graduation Counselling and Special Needs Services Additional Supports and Disability Services Resources Available: Library Services Peer Tutoring and Mentoring Health Services Student Advisement Centre Student Union The Disability Services Office facilitates equal access for eligible students with disabilities by coordinating reasonable academic accommodations and support Special services. Accommodation plans and services are tailored to correspond with the Accommodations: disability related needs of each student and are determined based on the documentation provided and program specific requirements. Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career PROGRAM OUTLINE Course Requirements: Hours / Course code: Course Name: week: Semester 1: COMM 19599 Business English 1 3 APPL 19730 Word Processing Applications 3 APPL16367 Spreadsheets and Presentations 3 OADM 18823 Document Processing and Proficiency 3 OADM19402 Office Administration Studies 3 GNED General Education Elective 3 TOTAL HOURS PER WEEK 18 Semester 2: OADM 17028 Integrated Office Applications 3 COMM 23431 Business English 2 3 OADM 29599 Advanced Document Processing 3 MATH12115 Business Math Applications 3 ACCG 15910 Accounting 3 OADM18263 Medical Office Procedures 3 TOTAL HOURS PER WEEK 18 Semester 3: OADM 29798 Medical E‐Billing and Scheduling 3 OADM 14857 Medical Terminology for Office Administrators 3 OADM 17198 Medical Documents and Techniques 3 APPL 26783 Advanced Word Processing 3 FLPL23921 Workplace Preparation 2 Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career HEAL13428G Health Awareness 3 TOTAL HOURS PER WEEK 17 Semester 4: ANAT 18263 Anatomy and Physiology for Office Administrators 3 Medical Terminology and Pharmacology for Office PHAR 20001 3 Administrators OADM 20261 Medical E‐Transcription and Techniques 3 MGMT 24885 Supervisory Management 3 GNED General Education Elective 3 PLUS ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: FLPL 28263 Field Placement 4 OADM 21072 Office Simulation 4 TOTAL HOURS PER WEEK 22 ** Note: Courses subject to change. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS COURSE Business English 1 Code: COMM 19599 Hours / wk: 3 Students develop proficiency in both oral and written business English communication with particular emphasis on applying correct grammar to business writing. Students study language elements in detail including the eight parts of speech and sentence structuring along with developing proofreading skills and techniques for writing effective sentences and paragraphs. Through self-paced exercises, writer's workshops, editor's challenges, online resources, and reinforcement exercises, students apply all language elements in the editing and composition of sentences, paragraphs, e-mails and routine memos. COURSE Word Processing Applications Code: APPL 19730 Hours / wk: 3 Students create professional business documents using word processing and Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career introductory database software for merging documents. Students organize data in business documents using columns, tables and sort features, as well as customize fonts, colours and page formats. Proofreading tools such as spelling, grammar, and side-by-side feature are used to analyze information in business documents. Students apply visual display techniques by inserting pictures, drawings, images and SmartArt. Through demonstrations, hands-on learning, online tutorials, and interactive lectures, students learn the skills required to organize, analyze, present, customize, and produce professional, visually attractive and accurate business documents. COURSE Spreadsheets and Presentations Code: APPL16367 Hours / wk: 3 Students create professional spreadsheets and presentations using specialized software. Students produce and edit spreadsheets of varying complexity by entering and editing data, building formulas, and enhancing spreadsheets. Students become proficient in using a spreadsheet application to format, organize, analyze, and present information. Students plan, create, and revise electronic presentations. Presentations are enhanced by formatting slides using design templates, styles, bullets and numbering, headers and footers, and speakers notes. Visual appeal is created with images, animation effects, and sound and video effects. Presentations are shared for collaboration and review with others. Through hands-on learning and guided practice, in-class discussions, and interactive lectures, students learn the skills required to produce professional business spreadsheets and presentations. COURSE Document Processing and Proficiency Code: OADM 18823 Hours / wk: 3 Students keyboard at a minimum of 25 net words per minute using touch typing techniques. Students also format, proofread and edit mailable business documents such as letters, memos, reports, envelopes, and e-mail using word processing software. Through on-screen drill practice, students learn the location of alpha, numeric and symbol keys in the efficient production of business documents. Emphasis is placed on cumulative skill building, speed, and accuracy development in the accurate production of business documents. COURSE Office Administration Studies Code: OADM19402 Hours / wk: 3 Students prepare for a career as an office professional. Students study emerging technologies and standards of practice in the contemporary Canadian workplace. This course incorporates a practical and professional approach to learning entry-level office skills through discussions of on-the-job situations, hands-on Windows- based activities, Internet research and teamwork. Topics include the role of the office professional and career paths, workplace relationships and ethics, front-line reception and effective customer service, along with management of work, time and Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career resources. Students also study reference sources, business vocabulary, ergonomics and office communications (written, oral and electronic). COURSE General Education Elective Code: GNED Hours / wk: 3 COURSE Integrated Office Applications Code: OADM 17028 Hours / wk: 3 Students create professional business documents by integrating specific business applications (word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software). Students customize and enhance business presentations through introduction of tables, charts, graphics and animation in presentation software. Students produce and edit tables, table relationships and queries in a database application. Presentations are shared for collaboration and review with others. Through hands-on learning and guided practice, in-class discussions, and interactive lectures, students learn the skills required to produce professional and electronic documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. COURSE Business English 2 Code: COMM 23431 Hours / wk: 3 Students will continue developing proficiency in both oral and written English communication with particular emphasis on their application in business writing. They will study in detail verb forms, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and conjunctions. Use of punctuation, capitalization, and numbers in business writing along with vocabulary building will complete the examination of English grammar in this course. Students will apply all English elements studied in the composition and editing of business documents. COURSE Advanced Document Processing Code: OADM 29599 Hours / wk: 3 Students demonstrate the ability to prepare advanced, professional business documents incorporating inputting and formatting skills using the appropriate word processing software. Formatting, proofreading, and editing business documents from typewritten and handwritten material will be required. The following documents will be studied: business letters; e-mail; memos; reports with footnotes, endnotes, table of contents, and index; and employment documents. Students keyboard at a minimum of 35 net words a minute. Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career COURSE Business Math Applications Code: MATH12115 Hours / wk: 3 Students build their skills in identifying tasks and problems that need mathematics, in applying mathematical techniques to accurately solve routine problems, and in checking the results of their calculations. Through extensive practice, students refresh their ability to manipulate fractions, decimals and percentages. Lectures and the application of learned skills to numerous problems develop student skills in handling business problems involving ratio, proportions, commissions, discounts and interest rates. COURSE Accounting Code: ACCG 15910 Hours / wk: 3 Students will analyze and record business transactions and prepare basic financial statements. Through lectures, in-class problem solving, and tutorials students record standard business transactions, identify cash controls, and prepare trial balances, income statements and balance sheets. COURSE Medical Office Procedures Code: OADM18263 Hours / wk: 3 Students become familiar with practices and procedures common to a contemporary medical office. Practical experience is gained in the preparation of routine medical correspondence, forms and documents. Students are introduced to a variety of specialized, entry-level administrative support functions such as: preparing medical correspondence, medical transcription, medical terminology, organizing and maintaining confidential records; and medical e-scheduling and billing. Students learn how to conduct an effective job search. Through lectures, hands-on practice, guest speakers or field trips, and networking, students prepare for and build a career as an administrative assistant in a health care setting. COURSE Medical E‐Billing and Scheduling Code: OADM 29798 Hours / wk: 3 Students customize, utilize and maintain a medical software system for a family practice and a variety of different medical specialties. Emphasis is placed on the rules and regulations pertaining to producing accurate billing records as outlined by the Ontario Ministry of Health. Students maintain a medical billing and scheduling system to provide support to members of a health care team. In addition, students perform e-scheduling, generate medical office financial reports, and design/deliver a medical software training session. Through interactive lectures, training sessions, and extensive application practice, students prepare health claims for the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP), Reciprocal Medical Billings (RMB), Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), and private practice. Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career Medical Terminology for Office COURSE Code: OADM 14857 Hours / wk: 3 Administrators Students discover word building techniques to formulate, spell, define, pronounce and translate medical terms using combining forms, word roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Emphasis is placed on spelling and pronunciation in order for the student to communicate accurately with patients and professionals in the health care field. Students explore frequently used medical words and abbreviations, along with terms identifying major body systems in health and disease. Through review, practice, interactive lectures, case studies and illustrations, students reinforce medical word building techniques. COURSE Medical Documents and Techniques Code: OADM 17198 Hours / wk: 3 Students produce and transcribe entry-level medical documents from dictation or from handwritten material (e.g. medical chart notes, progress notes, history and physical examination reports, and miscellaneous documentation). Emphasis is placed on the importance of editing and proofreading within specified deadlines along with the medical/legal implications resulting from inaccurately produced medical documentation. Through lectures, demonstration, practice, in- class assignments, transcription techniques, and speed/accuracy building, students develop production of error-free medical documents. Through 5-minute timed writings, students demonstrate a minimum speed of 40 net words a minute. COURSE Advanced Word Processing Code: APPL 26783 Hours / wk: 3 Students demonstrate the ability to carry out advanced desktop publishing activities using word processing software. Students develop skills in creating letterheads, envelopes, business cards, personal documents, promotional documents, brochures, booklets and newsletters. These documents are designed for enhanced readability with a specific audience and purpose in mind, and incorporate basic design concepts for a professional look. COURSE Workplace Preparation Code: FLPL23921 Hours / wk: 2 Through lectures, role playing, and written exercises, students develop skills and knowledge relating to employment. Emphasis is placed on an assessment of interests, job-search techniques, and learning to present oneself effectively in a resume and cover letter, and in an interview. Students may choose to record their mock interview. Workplace ethics and professionalism, Ontario Employment legislation, and standards of business etiquette are explored. Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career COURSE Health Awareness Code: HEAL13428G Hours / wk: 3 This course provides students with opportunities to research and analyze health- related issues, and make informed decisions about personal wellness. Students are engaged in learning activities that assist them in assessing current health status and planning for, and making changes to, improve personal health. Topics include: weight control and fitness; nutrition, effective food choices and dieting; skin cancer and its prevention; herbal medicines; muscle-building supplements and nutritional supplements; over-the-counter drugs and prescription drugs; sexuality; workplace hazards; cosmetic surgery; and the economic and medical implications of certain personal decisions. Students will be involved in a series of activities that include interactive lecture, discussion, presentation, primary and secondary research and writing. Anatomy and Physiology for Office COURSE Code: ANAT 18263 Hours / wk: 3 Administrators Students recognize the major concepts of human anatomy and physiology by gaining knowledge of the structure and function of body systems and how they work together in health and disease. Students describe each body part, its function and interaction with other body structures, and its role in maintaining homeostasis. Through multiple exercises, games, quizzes and tests, students reinforce core concepts of anatomy and physiology. Medical Terminology and Pharmacology COURSE Code: PHAR 20001 Hours / wk: 3 for Office Administrators Students develop advanced medical vocabulary relating to anatomical terms, descriptive medical prefixes, body systems, abbreviations, pharmacology, and medication administration. Students also develop advanced skills in medical word- building techniques and pharmacological terminology. Topics include anatomical terms, descriptive medical prefixes, body structures, abbreviations, and medication administration. Students acquire knowledge of pharmacological abbreviations, classifications, and drug names along with identifying the administration, efficacy and possible side effects of medication. Through review, practice, interactive lectures, and real-life case studies, students identify commonly used medications andword - building techniques showing the relationship to structures in the human body in health and disease. COURSE Medical E‐Transcription and Techniques Code: OADM 20261 Hours / wk: 3 Students integrate medical terminology, anatomy, abbreviations, pharmacology, and medical transcription techniques to produce accurate medical documents for a variety of different medical settings. Students develop proficiency in medical e- Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career transcription and keyboarding techniques. Students transcribe an assortment of medical documents and reports such as consultation and referral letters, follow-up notes, diagnostic reports and pathological findings, and patient records. In addition, students format and edit a variety of medical documents. Through interactive lectures, demonstration, and extensive application practice, students develop e- transcription and keyboarding techniques. Students acquire a minimum speed of 45 net words per minute. COURSE Supervisory Management Code: MGMT 24885 Hours / wk: 3 This course helps Office Administration students understand the relationship between supervisory management and their employees by developing human relations and conceptual skills beyond the technical skill base they have acquired in Terms 1-3. Topics include the role of the supervisor, understanding supervisory skills, human relations and effective communication, effective teamwork, diversity, handling problem employees, motivation theories, the art of delegating, the hiring and appraisal processes, and making effective decisions. The objectives of this course are met through a series of lectures, and multimedia combined with practical exercises. COURSE Field Placement Code: FLPL 28263 Hours / wk: 4 Students are required to fulfill field placement during which they are expected to apply, in a legal, business or medical work setting, the theory gained during Terms 1 through 3. Placements consist of two days per week in Term 4 with paid and unpaid field placement opportunities. Students may participate in an orientation and prepare a report which reflects their field placement experience, observations, and reflections. COURSE Office Simulation Code: OADM 21072 Hours / wk: 4 Students are given the opportunity for enriched learning through "value-added" materials and experiences, along with skill building gained in the classroom to further develop their job readiness (e.g., integrated document production, speed/accuracy building, proofreading, language skills, advanced legal procedures, etc.) through in-class teacher-led activities (3 hours/per week) and independent study (1 hour/per week). Employment law and advanced legal procedures (family law, real estate, and estate law) will be studied. Students also may have the opportunity to participate in a field trip. Office Administration – Medical Ontario College Diploma Program Profile for Second Career ADDITIONAL NOTES Information current as of July 2010 - subject to change without notice. Please refer to the website for updated information.
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