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C a na d i a n C a r eer C o l l ege Volume 1, Issue 1 Fall 2004 Greetings from the Campus Director Welcome to our very first newsletter! Someone once said that one of the most important reasons people love their jobs or school is that they are “in the loop “. This newsletter is designed to communicate to all students, staff and faculty information that pertains to the college. It will also let you know of any new instructors, program starts/changes and upcoming events so that all will be “in the loop”. The success of this newsletter depends on input from staff and students. All submissions are welcome. They will be reviewed for content before publishing. Submissions should be provided “in writing” to Diane or Shelly. Thanks to our administrative staff for undertaking this task. Student Population at August 31, 2004 - 128 NEW INSTRUCTORS ANNOUNCING STUDENT OF THE QUARTER! Special welcome to the following new instructors in our Law and Justice Division: We are pleased to announce that we will be starting a “student of the quarter”! Get ready Jack Young Carson Fougere for the details in our next newsletter! Crystal McGeachy Paul Miller Career Information Night CTS Canadian Career College will be hosting a Career Information Night on Thursday, September 16th at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome! Every effort has been made to ensure the information contained herein is accurate. However, we are not responsible for errors or omissions. Law & Justice On September 30, 2004 one of our valued instructors will be moving on to a life of leisure. Preston Quirt, Coordinator of our Law and Justice Division, will be retiring. Preston has been with the college since its inception in 1999. To say that Preston was an asset to this college is to put it mildly. His devotion to quality education and student support has been clear throughout his teaching career. Some comments from his students include: “Preston was a great, knowledgeable, fun teacher.” “I really enjoyed Mr. Quirt’s teaching, most of all his stories.” “Instructor is an excellent speaker and taught the course very well. Preston’s tireless devotion to students both in class and after graduating will not soon be forgotten. Please join us in wishing Preston a wonderful retirement! Student Update – Highlights Special congratulations go out to Meegan Barrett in PF9. Meegan has recently become engaged to Cory Adams, a PF8 graduate. Romance is alive and well at CTS Canadian Career College! There is some exciting news in the job hunt for Chris Collins. Chris has landed a job with Casino Security at Flamboro Downs and he loves it! Better yet, the pay is great! Good luck to Paul Frappier who is waiting to hear results on his OPP PREP test! Congratulations to the following PL graduates currently working in their field of study! Regina Lawrence - R. Lawrence Paralegal Chantal Proulx - D’Agostino & Associates Our current PL2 and 3 students are hard at work learning the law. They are good people to have as friends! Information Technology Thank you, CSE10’s, for recently connecting Labs 1 and 2 to the network. What would we do with out you! Our CSE’s quietly go about their studies and at the same time help us keep our technology running. Special thanks to our co-coordinator, Ross Armstrong, for his efforts in this regard too! Student Update - Highlights Congratulations to the following graduates now working in their field of study: Phil Moore – Teletech David LaCasse - CGI Congratulations also to the following who have recently passed certification exams! Gilbert Lavoie Trevor Costello Every effort has been made to ensure the information contained herein is accurate. However, we are not responsible for errors or omissions. Health Care Congratulations to our PCP Coordinator, Luc Taillefer, on his engagement to Lisa Wheeldon! Well done Luc! We know the two of you will be very happy! Student Update - Highlights Congratulations to the following graduates who have obtained employment in their field of study! PCP Melanie Veillette – Smooth Rock Falls Greg Morin - Englehart Rudi Morin – Sudbury Craig Tremblay - Mattawa Ray Patrie – Algoma Russ Haskell – Kirkland Lake PT Welcome to our newest class of PT7. Our PT6 class is in the last few days of placement and are now in the job search phase. Good luck to all of them in this critical activity. Congratulations to the following students now working in the Pharmacy field: Tammy Pelland – Guardian Drugs Lesley Topham – Glen’s Pharmacy Sarah Ricci – Zellers Tania Brunet – Medical Pharmacy PSW Welcome to our latest class of PSW’s. We look forward to your stay with us. Congratulations to the following who are now working as PSW’s! Barbara Drenth – Paramed Laura Cooper – Lady Isabella Elizabeth Broderick – Association for Community Living Bernadette Phillips - Casselholme Tips - Paramedic Students – check out these interesting websites: http://www.ontarioparamedic.ca/ems_links.html http://www-medlib.med.utah.edu/kw/sol/sss/index.html Every effort has been made to ensure the information contained herein is accurate. However, we are not responsible for errors or omissions. Business Our Business division is running strong with 10 Business Administration students and 13 Office Administrator students. Our OA class is about to venture into the exciting field of Accounting. Good luck with this challenging part of the program! We know you will all do well. Our BA students are studying Marketing and Recruitment and Selection. Watch out, one of them may be hiring you in the years to come! Be nice! Student Update - Highlights Congratulations to the following OA grads now working in their field! Penny Frederick – Sun Life Jacqueline Lachnit – CTS Employment Resource Centre Denise Minard – Mike Shoults & Associates Rose Robillard – Hopper Pontiac Buick Congratulations to Bebianne Duquette of our BA program on her new position with the Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l’Ontario! Well done everyone! Office Update There are a few updates from the Office of the Registrar. Attendance Please remember that attendance and marks are faxed to HRDC for those students who request it as a special service. It is ultimately the responsibility of each student to provide HRDC with the information they require. Books The normal process for books is for each student to pick up all books as soon as they have arrived. If you have opted to pick up each book as you go, there is no guarantee the book will be available from the Registrar’s office. Requests from our Sudbury and Barrie campuses will take priority. Missing Documents Don’t forget to get all your documents in to the Registrar as soon as possible. You will not have access to your marks if you have outstanding information. Every effort has been made to ensure the information contained herein is accurate. However, we are not responsible for errors or omissions.
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