AAA

Personal Support Worker, Food Service Worker, Medical Office Assistant and Early Childcare Assistant – all starting in September 2016! Register Today!

About

Welcome to the MISSISSAUGA TRAINING CENTRE

About MTCOur MissionAdmissions and Next StepsPolicy HandbookCalendar
entrance

Whether you are looking to brush up your current skills or to establish yourself in a new field, at MTC we strive to provide our students with not only the highest quality education but also the hands on experience that you need to succeed. We have dedicated ourselves to helping you achieve your goals and we can’t wait to be a part of your success!

Mission

Our mission at the Mississauga Training Centre is to provide the highest quality, purposeful, and practical learning experience to our students by bridging the gap between learning concepts and their implementation.

Congratulations on making it this far in your search for a more rewarding lifestyle! Please read the criteria below then give us a call or send us an e-mail to schedule a tour or book a spot in your desired class! We can’t wait to be a part of your success!

Certificate Programs

At MTC, all instruction is in English. In order to be successful, you must have sufficient English proficiency in reading, writing, listening and speaking comprehension.

For most Certificate Programs, you must complete an Entrance Exam called The Wonderlic Exam. In most cases we offer a preparation class and practice questions that you can complete free of charge, before sitting for the Wonderlic.

Non-Certificate Programs

While instruction is always in English, these classes do not require the same level of English proficiency as the Certificate Programs. In order to be successful, students should possess a basic command of the language.

Applicants with Qualifications Earned in Other Countries

If you have earned the equivalent of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma from outside Canada and would like to register for a Certificate Program, in most cases you will need to write the Wonderlic Exam to gain admittance. Please see “Certificate Programs” for more information.

Library

Familiarize yourself with our student policies and regulations by downloading our student handbook.
DOWNLOAD HANDBOOK

Calendar

Take a look at when you can take the courses you need to achieve your goals by downloading our course calendar.

“…the highest quality, purposeful, and practical learning experience…”

Courses
McMasters
Accounting and Bookkeeping
ACC 925 Introductory Financial Accounting (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and examines generally accepted accounting principles, the transaction cycle, financ..
Read More...
McMasters
Accounting and Bookkeeping
ACC 928 Introductory Management Accounting (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and studies managerial and cost accounting issues as a framework for approaching con..
Read More...
McMasters
Accounting and Bookkeeping
ACC 929 Intermediate Management Accounting (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and builds on the concepts of cost accumulation and allocation. Examine cost-volu..
Read More...
McMasters
Accounting and Bookkeeping
ACC 931 Auditing (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and explores procedures involved in auditing internal corporate functions and servic..
Read More...
McMasters
Accounting and Bookkeeping
ACC 937 Taxation I (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and examines the theory and application of the Income Tax Act as it relates to both ..
Read More...
McMasters
Accounting and Bookkeeping
ACC 938 Taxation II (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and continues to examine the theory and application of the Income Tax Act as it rela..
Read More...
Bookkeeping
Accounting and Bookkeeping
Advanced Accounting

This class is intended for those with no accounting background or those with a background from another country who are hoping to l..
Read More...
Accounting
Accounting and Bookkeeping
Introductory Accounting

This class is intended for those with no accounting background or those with a background from another country who are hoping to l..
Read More...
CPR2
Canadian Red Cross CPR Programs
CPR/AED – Emergency

This basic one day course offers an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those with a oneday c..
Read More...
CPR
Canadian Red Cross CPR Programs
CPR/AED/FIRSTAID – Standard – Level C

As the most popular and most comprehensive of the CPR certifications, this two-day course offers first aid and cardiopulmonary res..
Read More...
ECA
Certificate Programs
Early Childcare Assistant Certificate Program (ECA)

The ideal candidate for this program is one who loves to work with children! In the 12 modules and 2 field study placements, stude..
Read More...
PWS
Certificate Programs
Personal Support Worker

Personal Support Workers support the backbone of the Canadian medical system by providing aid to the aging population. This progra..
Read More...
REVIT1
Certificate Programs
Revit 1

The REVIT architectural modeling program comprises intelligent building components, views, and annotations. This introductory cour..
Read More...
Revit2
Certificate Programs
Revit 2

This course covers intermediate to advanced Revit Architecture concepts and is intended for those who have completed the REVIT 1 c..
Read More...
Comp Classes Beginners(1)
Computer Classes for Beginners
Basic Introduction to Microsoft Office

This class is intended for students with minimal experience using Microsoft Office products, or those who wish to refresh their ba..
Read More...
Computer Classes Beginners
Computer Classes for Beginners
Introduction to Computers and Internet Searches

This class is intended for students with minimal experience using computer technology or those who wish to refresh their basic ski..
Read More...
Computer Social Media
Computer Classes for Beginners
Introduction to Social Media and E-mail

This class is intended for students with minimal experience using e-mail and social media or those who wish to refresh their basic..
Read More...
Computer Classes
Computer Classes for Beginners
Introduction to Word Processing

This class is intended for students with minimal experience using a word processor, or those who wish to refresh their basic skill..
Read More...
Computer Classes Beginners
Computer Classes for Professionals
Advanced Publishing Tools

This course allows professionals to make the leap between the standard use of Word Processing tools to the next step of collaborat..
Read More...
Comp Classes Beginners(1)
Computer Classes for Professionals
Advanced Word Processing and Publishing Tools

This course allows professionals to make the leap between the standard use of Word Processing tools to the next step of collaborat..
Read More...
Computer
Computer Classes for Professionals
Email and Social Media Etiquette for Professionals

As computer technology continues to shrink the world in which we live, professionals need to be ever more mindful of the way they ..
Read More...
Computer Excel
Computer Classes for Professionals
Intermediate Microsoft Excel for Professionals

Beginning with a basic professional knowledge of Microsoft Excel, instructors will establish the next step of proficiency by cover..
Read More...
Powerpoint
Computer Classes for Professionals
Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint for Professionals

Building on the basic skill set, this course enhances the professional experience by creating a foundation and increasing proficie..
Read More...
craftsmanship
Craftsmanship Classes
Alteration – Advanced

This class is divided into two modules. The first is Basic Sewing and the second is an Advanced Alterations module. Alterations..
Read More...
Upholstery
Craftsmanship Classes
Basics of Upholstery

This class is intended for those with minor knowledge or who are just beginning to explore the world of upholstery. In this hands ..
Read More...
Sewing2
Craftsmanship Classes
Sewing & Alteration

This class is divided into two modules. The first is Basic Sewing and the second is an Advanced Alterations module. Basic Sewin..
Read More...
FoodService
Diploma Programs
Food Service Worker

Food Service Workers are an integral part of an inter-professional health care team. Working in a variety of settings, from hospit..
Read More...
Medical
Diploma Programs
Medical Office Assistant (MOA)

Medical Office Assistants work in a variety of other medical office settings including doctors' offices, clinics, and hospitals. T..
Read More...
Citizenship
Exam Preparation
Citizenship Exam Preparation

This course will cover all the items new comers will be expected to know when writing the Citizenship Exam and preparing for the i..
Read More...
IELTS
Exam Preparation
IELTS Exam Preparation

In class sizes capped at 6 students, instructors will work with students of the same level towards enhancing their English skills...
Read More...
MississaugaTrainingCentre_Website_APR16_final_slices_Images_REVITPrograms
Exam Preparation
TOEFL Exam Preparation

TOEFL results are recognized by more than 9,000 colleges, universities and agencies in more than 130 countries, including Australi..
Read More...
English
Language Classes
Conversational English: Speaking, Pronunciation, and Listening

This class is offered at various levels. Both the beginners and advanced levels use a variety of classroom activities to improve a..
Read More...
French1
Language Classes
Conversational French

This class is offered at various levels. The beginner’s course is meant for those with limited or no prior experience communicat..
Read More...
PersonalDevelopment1
Professional Development Workshops
Assumptions, Perceptions & Body Language

The majority of communication is non-verbal and yet many professionals are not aware of how to best present themselves in order to..
Read More...
PeoDev7
Professional Development Workshops
Building Professional Relationships

Even as computer technology continues to encroach on every portion of human life, the value of word-of-mouth communication in mark..
Read More...
PeoDev8
Professional Development Workshops
Problem Solving & Decision Making

It is a well established fact that good problem solving and decision making is critical to career success regardless of your role ..
Read More...
PeoDev9
Professional Development Workshops
Speaking and Listening Techniques

Speaking and listening are critical components of oral communication; without them, interactions with managers, trainees, employee..
Read More...
PeoDev8
Professional Development Workshops
Team Building and Leadership

Much of the work done in today's corporate world is done through collaborative structures. As a result, building a team and succes..
Read More...
PeoDev4
Professional Development Workshops
Team Building: MonoPrinting Workshop

Foster your team's creativity with corporate workshops! This one day, 6 hour, event helps you create a corporate environment that ..
Read More...
PeoDev6
Professional Development Workshops
The Art of Persuasion

At the centre of our personal and professional lives lies one key skill; Persuasion. Whether the goal is to influence a small grou..
Read More...
PeoDev5
Professional Development Workshops
Win-Win Negotiations

The age of a clear winner and loser is over and the importance of creating mutually beneficial relationships is now at the forefro..
Read More...
CAPM
Project Management
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)

The ideal candidate for this course is one who is interested in writing the CAPM certification exam through the internationally re..
Read More...
Project Management
Project Management
PMP Certification Exam Preparation

This course is focused on preparing students to write the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Exam. The program co..
Read More...

ACC 925 Introductory Financial Accounting (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and examines generally accepted accounting principles, the transaction cycle, financial statements and the balance sheet.
Prerequisite: Basic Bookkeeping or equivalent is recommended, but not required.

Please see link below for more information:

http://mcmasterinmississauga.ca

McMasters
Course Information
Course Code: ACC925 Section C03
Duration: TBD
Start Date: 17/09/2016
End Date: 17/12/2016
Time: 9:00am - 12:15pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Accounting and Bookkeeping


ACC 928 Introductory Management Accounting (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and studies managerial and cost accounting issues as a framework for approaching contemporary cost problems.

Prerequisite: Introductory Financial Accounting or equivalent.

Please see link below for more information:

http://mcmasterinmississauga.ca

McMasters
Course Information
Course Code: ACC928 Section C01
Duration: TBD
Start Date: 07/01/2017
End Date: 08/04/2017
Time: 9:00am - 12:15pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Accounting and Bookkeeping


ACC 929 Intermediate Management Accounting (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and builds on the concepts of cost accumulation and allocation.

Examine cost-volume-profit analysis and capital budgeting. Prerequisite: Introductory Financial Accounting + Introductory Management Accounting or equivalent.

Please see link below for more information:

http://mcmasterinmississauga.ca

McMasters
Course Information
Course Code: ACC929 Section C02
Duration: TBD
Start Date: 03/05/2017
End Date: 26/07/2017
Time: 6:30pm - 9:45pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Accounting and Bookkeeping


ACC 931 Auditing (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and explores procedures involved in auditing internal corporate functions and services. Emphasis is placed on audit, evidence gathering, internal control and statistical sampling.

Prerequisite: Intermediate Financial Accounting II + Introductory Management Accounting + Management Information Systems or equivalent.

Please see link below for more information:

http://mcmasterinmississauga.ca

McMasters
Course Information
Course Code: ACC931 Section C02
Duration: TBD
Start Date: 03/05/2017
End Date: 26/07/2017
Time: 6:30pm - 9:45pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Accounting and Bookkeeping


ACC 937 Taxation I (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and examines the theory and application of the Income Tax Act as it relates to both individuals and corporations.

Prerequisite: Intermediate Financial Accounting II or equivalent.

Please see link below for more information:

http://mcmasterinmississauga.ca

McMasters
Course Information
Course Code: ACC937 Section C01
Duration: TBD
Start Date: 17/09/2016
End Date: 17/12/2016
Time: 9:00am - 12:15pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Accounting and Bookkeeping


ACC 938 Taxation II (3 Units)

This course is offered by McMaster University and continues to examine the theory and application of the Income Tax Act as it relates to corporations.

Prerequisite: Taxation I or equivalent.

Please see link below for more information:

http://mcmasterinmississauga.ca

McMasters
Course Information
Course Code: ACC938 Section C01
Duration: TBD
Start Date: 07/01/2017
End Date: 08/04/2017
Time: 9:00am - 12:15pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Accounting and Bookkeeping


Advanced Accounting

This class is intended for those with no accounting background or those with a background from another country who are hoping to learn the Canadian system, principles, and terminology.

  • Students will learn the complete accounting cycle. Some of the topics that will be covered are as follows;
  • Prepare and interpret financial statements, create a general journal, ledgers, profit and loss statements, and a balance sheet
  • Manage prepaid and accrued expenses, recording, capital accounts, closing and posting entries
  • As well as many other conceptual and procedural elements.

Advanced Accounting

Building on Introductory Accounting, students develop the ability to prepare and analyze increasingly complex financial statements. Topics include partnership accounting, corporate accounting; long-term liabilities; investments and international operations; the cash flow statement; and financial statement analysis.

This course will also cover Sage 50, formerly Simply Accounting, and payroll.

Bookkeeping
Course Information
Course Code: ACCA1601
Duration: 40 hours
Start Date: 01/04/2016
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Accounting and Bookkeeping


Introductory Accounting

This class is intended for those with no accounting background or those with a background from another country who are hoping to learn the Canadian system, principles, and terminology. Students will learn the complete accounting cycle. Some of the topics that will be covered are as follows; – Prepare and interpret financial statements, create a general journal, ledgers, profit and loss statements, and a balance sheet – Manage prepaid and accrued expenses, recording, capital accounts, closing and posting entries – As well as many other conceptual and procedural elements.

Accounting
Course Information
Course Code: ACCB1601
Duration: 40 hours
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Accounting and Bookkeeping


CPR/AED – Emergency

This basic one day course offers an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those with a oneday course work requirement. This class results in 3 year certification and includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines, it meets OHS regulations for Basic First Aid and exceeds competitors’ standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.

CPR2
Course Information
Course Code: CPRE1601
Duration: 7-8 hours
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Canadian Red Cross CPR Programs


CPR/AED/FIRSTAID – Standard – Level C

As the most popular and most comprehensive of the CPR certifications, this two-day course offers first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need 2-day training due to work requirements. This class results in 3 year certification and includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines; meets federal and a variety of provincial/territorial regulations for Standard First Aid and CPR and exceeds competitors’ standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.

CPR
Course Information
Course Code: CPRS1602
Duration: 14-16 hours
Start Date: 01/10/2016
End Date: 02/10/2016
Time: 3:00PM - 9:00PM

Instructor
TBD

Category
Canadian Red Cross CPR Programs


Early Childcare Assistant Certificate Program (ECA)

The ideal candidate for this program is one who loves to work with children! In the 12 modules and 2 field study placements, students will gain the knowledge and skill set to work with children aged 6 weeks to 10 years. Within the program students are instructed in various topics including child development, health and safety, nutrition, and curriculum development; as well as being afforded the opportunity to use these skills in early childcare settings, for a period of 490 hours.

Aside from the vocational standards set out by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities for Early Childcare Assistants, students will also be instructed in essential employability skills.

This program is offered in partnership with the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC). Upon successful completion of the course students will receive a nationally recognized certificate verifying their completion of both their formal classroom hours, as well as their on-the-job training.

Students will open the door to working in public daycare centers, agencies for exceptional children, private home based care, or kindergarten classrooms, by including this certification in their list of credentials.

Entrance Requirements vary depending on a student’s previous education. Please contact the registrar for further details.

ECA
Course Information
Course Code: ECAx1601
Duration: 700 hours
Start Date: 17/10/2016
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Certificate Programs


Personal Support Worker

Personal Support Workers support the backbone of the Canadian medical system by providing aid to the aging population. This program prepares students to work in this established and growing medical field and assist clients both in facility and community settings.

In this 6 month program students will cover the modules listed below as well as complete placement hours in Facility and Community settings.

  • Foundations
  • Safety and Mobility
  • Body Systems
  • Assisting with Personal Hygiene
  • Abuse and Neglect
  • Nutrition
  • Care Planning
  • Assisting the Family
  • Assisting Dying Persons
  • Assisting with Medication
  • Cognitive and Mental Health
  • Health Conditions
PWS
Course Information
Course Code: PSW1601
Duration: 25 Weeks
Start Date: 26/09/2016
End Date: 03/03/2017
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Certificate Programs


Revit 1

The REVIT architectural modeling program comprises intelligent building components, views, and annotations. This introductory course will lead the user through the basic procedures of designing an integrated building model. Topics will include: levels and grid creation, navigation and display concepts, creating and editing walls, adding doors and windows, creating floor and roof objects, working with view properties, object styles, loading and modifying family components, adding dimensions and annotations, stair creation, structural elements creation, and basic site modelling tools (including topographical surfaces ).

REVIT1
Course Information
Course Code: RVTB1601
Duration: 14 hours
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Certificate Programs


Revit 2

This course covers intermediate to advanced Revit Architecture concepts and is intended for those who have completed the REVIT 1 class. Topics includes advanced annotation methods, door and window schedules and, camera and perspective view creation, rendering, lights and materials), creation of custom content with the family editor, conceptual massing tools, curtain walls and custom curtain wall panels, phasing tools, work sets, file linking strategies, sheets, view templates, and detailing.

Revit2
Course Information
Course Code: RVTA1601
Duration: 14 hours
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Certificate Programs


Basic Introduction to Microsoft Office

This class is intended for students with minimal experience using Microsoft Office products, or those who wish to refresh their basic skills.

In this class students will learn to use the basic features of Microsoft Office; namely, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Outlook will also be minimally covered.

In Microsoft Word students will learn how to use the basic features of the word processing toll. The instructor will cover how to create new documents, edit, delete, and share documents as well as basic features such as indentation and spell check.

In PowerPoint, Students will learn to create a new presentation, add and edit new slides, copy and paste information, and use the present and remote presentation features. Students will also cover a few design features that add esthetic appeal to their presentations.

In Microsoft Excel, students will learn to navigate the menu bar, how to create spreadsheets, edit and delete rows and columns, add new pages to an existing spreadsheet. Students will also learn to use some features which include calculation and graphing tools.

This class is conducted in the computer lab and each student is given access to their own computer – this gives our students ample opportunity to practice their newly acquired skills.

Comp Classes Beginners(1)
Course Information
Course Code: MSOF1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Computer Classes for Beginners


Introduction to Computers and Internet Searches

This class is intended for students with minimal experience using computer technology or those who wish to refresh their basic skills.

This course will cover an introduction to the various popular browsers, how to navigate the menu and browser buttons on each, and how to conduct basic searches in the popular search engines. This course will also cover the anatomy of web addresses and the concepts of hyperlinks and web forms. A focus will be given to understanding the features of the Google Search engine.

This class is conducted in the computer lab and each student is given access to their own computer – this gives our students ample opportunity to practice their newly acquired skills.

Computer Classes Beginners
Course Information
Course Code: COMP1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Computer Classes for Beginners


Introduction to Social Media and E-mail

This class is intended for students with minimal experience using e-mail and social media or those who wish to refresh their basic skills.

This course will give students an understanding of the basics of e-mail; what e-mail is, the anatomy of an e-mail address, and the most commonly used e-mail service providers. Additionally, this class will cover how to send an e-mail, read your messages, reply, forward, organize your inbox and send attachments. E-mail privacy and security as well as basic email etiquette will also be covered.

With regards to Social Media, students will learn to identify the most commonly used social media platforms, how to create an account, creating, sharing and deleting a post, how to protect your privacy online by navigating privacy settings, deactivate an account and basic etiquette that ought to be followed when online. This class is conducted in the computer lab and each student is given access to their own computer – this gives our students ample opportunity to practice their newly acquired skills.

Computer Social Media
Course Information
Course Code: TBD
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Computer Classes for Beginners


Introduction to Word Processing

This class is intended for students with minimal experience using a word processor, or those who wish to refresh their basic skills.

In this course students will learn how to use the basic features of the word processing tool on both a PC and a Mac computer. The instructor will cover how to create new documents, edit, delete, and share documents as well as basic features such as indentation and spell check.

Basic format will also be covered; some of these include resumes, letters, and basic essay format.

This class is conducted in the computer lab and each student is given access to their own computer – this gives our students ample opportunity to practice their newly acquired skills.

Computer Classes
Course Information
Course Code: WORD1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Computer Classes for Beginners


Advanced Publishing Tools

This course allows professionals to make the leap between the standard use of Word Processing tools to the next step of collaborating on documents and the creation of new works, by building on the following skills;

  • Understanding Word and its user interface
  • Setting up and working with long documents
  • Changing the view
  • Adding media to documents
  • Sharing and collaborating on documents
  • Evaluation of design elements
  • Preparation of personal and internal business documents
  • Creation of letterheads, envelopes and business cards
  • Creation of specialty and promotional documents
  • Creation of brochures and newsletters
Computer Classes Beginners
Course Information
Course Code: PUBA1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Computer Classes for Professionals


Advanced Word Processing and Publishing Tools

This course allows professionals to make the leap between the standard use of Word Processing tools to the next step of collaborating on documents and the creation of new works, by building on the following skills:

  • Understanding Word and its user interface
  • Setting up and working with long documents
  • Changing the view
  • Adding media to documents
  • Sharing and collaborating on documents
  • Evaluation of design elements
  • Preparation of personal and internal business documents
  • Creation of letterheads, envelopes and business cards
  • Creation of specialty and promotional documents
  • Creation of brochures and newsletters
Comp Classes Beginners(1)
Course Information
Course Code: WDPB1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Computer Classes for Professionals


Email and Social Media Etiquette for Professionals

As computer technology continues to shrink the world in which we live, professionals need to be ever more mindful of the way they represent themselves online. Protecting the carefully constructed public image of a corporation or a department means ensuring that employees are well versed in email etiquette in their professional lives and even social media practices in their personal lives.  This course helps corporations navigate this emerging new dynamic.

Computer
Course Information
Course Code: SCMD1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Computer Classes for Professionals


Intermediate Microsoft Excel for Professionals

Beginning with a basic professional knowledge of Microsoft Excel, instructors will establish the next step of proficiency by covering the following topics:

  • Using multiple worksheets and workbooks
  • Advanced formatting
  • Outlining and subtotals
  • Cell and range names
  • Tables
  • Web and sharing features
  • Advanced charting
  • Documenting and auditing
  • Templates and settings
Computer Excel
Course Information
Course Code: EXCA1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Computer Classes for Professionals


Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint for Professionals

Building on the basic skill set, this course enhances the professional experience by creating a foundation and increasing proficiency in the following areas:

  • PowerPoint Sections
  • Slide Masters
  • Themes
  • Formatting Pictures & Images
  • Manipulating Graphics
  • Formatting Autoshapes
Powerpoint
Course Information
Course Code: PWPA1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Computer Classes for Professionals


Alteration – Advanced

This class is divided into two modules. The first is Basic Sewing and the second is an Advanced Alterations module.

Alterations classes are intended for those with a background in sewing or who have completed the first module, Basic Sewing. Students will learn to make various types of repairs, how to alter their own clothing, and how to make new garments from start to finish.

craftsmanship
Course Information
Course Code: SWAA1601
Duration: 30 hours
Start Date: 08/09/2016
End Date: 10/11/2016
Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Craftsmanship Classes


Basics of Upholstery

This class is intended for those with minor knowledge or who are just beginning to explore the world of upholstery. In this hands on class students will start with the basics and build their knowledge. Topics to be covered will include proper technique in measuring and cutting fabrics, webbing techniques and 8 way tie springs, how to choose the right material for a project, as well as industry tips on where to buy luxury and cost effective supplies.

Students are invited to bring in a small chair from home which they would like to reupholster throughout the duration of the course.

Upholstery
Course Information
Course Code: UPHL1601
Duration: 10 weeks
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Craftsmanship Classes


Sewing & Alteration

This class is divided into two modules. The first is Basic Sewing and the second is an Advanced Alterations module.

Basic Sewing classes are intended for those that are new to sewing. Students will learn appropriate machine use, how to take body measurements, and how to do basic and decorative stitches.

Alterations classes are intended for those with a background in sewing or who have completed the first module, Basic Sewing. Students will learn to make various types of repairs, how to alter their own clothing, and how to make new garments from start to finish.

Sewing2
Course Information
Course Code: SWAB1601
Duration: 30 hours
Start Date: 27/09/2016
End Date: 01/12/2016
Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Craftsmanship Classes


Food Service Worker

Food Service Workers are an integral part of an inter-professional health care team. Working in a variety of settings, from hospitals to long term care facilities, FSWs care for the dietary needs of patients on a daily basis.
In this 4 month program, students will cover the following modules;

  • Institutional Food Service
  • Communication Skills
  • Sanitation and Safety
  • Quantity Food Preparation
  • Nutrition and Health
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Job Search and Career Development
  • Work Placement
FoodService
Course Information
Course Code: FSW1601
Duration: 17 Weeks
Start Date: 26/09/2016
End Date: 20/01/2018
Time: 4:00PM - 9:00PM

Instructor
TBA

Category
Diploma Programs


Medical Office Assistant (MOA)

Medical Office Assistants work in a variety of other medical office settings including doctors’ offices, clinics, and hospitals. They are integral members of the health care team and perform many administrative and some basic clinical procedures. Typical job titles include medical office assistant, medical secretary, medical office administrator, medical receptionist and unit clerk.

In under 10 months students will cover each of the modules listed below and gain a thorough understanding of both medical terminology and administrative skills.

  • Introduction to Computers, Applications and Keyboarding
  • Accounting Applications, Bookkeeping & Computerized Accounting
  • Introduction to Medical Office Assisting
  • Medical Terminology, Body Systems and Disease
  • Interpersonal Skills, Communication, Problem Solving and Client Services
  • Administrative skills and Procedures
  • Clinical Skills and Procedures
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Job search and Career Development
Medical
Course Information
Course Code: MOA1601
Duration: 38 Weeks
Start Date: 19/09/2016
End Date: 25/05/2017
Time: 5:00pm - 9:00pm

Instructor
TBD

Category
Diploma Programs


Citizenship Exam Preparation

This course will cover all the items new comers will be expected to know when writing the Citizenship Exam and preparing for the interview. These topics include;

The rights, freedoms and responsibilities of Canadian citizens, Canada’s democracy and ways to take part in Canadian society, Canadian political and military history (including the political system, monarchy and branches of government), Canadian social and cultural history and symbols, and Canadian physical and political geography.

The instructor will not only cover the topics but also the format of the exam, tips and tricks for improving your performance and multiple opportunities to practice mock tests. This course leaves students truly prepared to achieve their best!

Citizenship
Course Information
Course Code: CTZN1601
Duration: As needed
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Exam Preparation


IELTS Exam Preparation

In class sizes capped at 6 students, instructors will work with students of the same level towards enhancing their English skills. Aside from content, students will be given access to sample questions, learn test taking techniques and learn to become comfortable with the format of the test.

Students can choose preparation classes for either of the two versions of the IELTS Exam;
IELTS Academic: If you want to study at university, at an undergraduate or postgraduate level, or join a professional association where English is a prerequisite.

IELTS General: If you want to apply for Express Entry or any other immigration program in order to establish anywhere in Canada.

Please note that one-on-one classes are also available.

IELTS
Course Information
Course Code: IELT1601
Duration: As needed
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Exam Preparation


TOEFL Exam Preparation

TOEFL results are recognized by more than 9,000 colleges, universities and agencies in more than 130 countries, including Australia, Canada, the U.K. and the United States. In this class, which is capped at 6 students, instructors will work with students of similar skill levels to improve their English language skills. Aside from content, students will cover the format of the exam, valuable tips for answering the questions, and practice questions from previous exams.

MississaugaTrainingCentre_Website_APR16_final_slices_Images_REVITPrograms
Course Information
Course Code: TOFL1601
Duration: As needed
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Exam Preparation


Conversational English: Speaking, Pronunciation, and Listening

This class is offered at various levels. Both the beginners and advanced levels use a variety of classroom activities to improve a student’s ability to communicate in English. Concentration is placed on developing pronunciation, listening, and conversational skills.

An entrance test and interview are used to assess the recommended class level at which a student should begin.

English
Course Information
Course Code: ENGL1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Language Classes


Conversational French

This class is offered at various levels. The beginner’s course is meant for those with limited or no prior experience communicating in the French language. Class focuses on building vocabulary and understanding the foundational spoken grammar of the language.

Advanced Conversational French is intended for those with a moderate understanding of the French Language, who wish to pursue it to fluency. Classroom activities provide an interactive environment for students to learn and practice their French language skills.

An entrance interview are used to assess the recommended class level at which a student should begin.

French1
Course Information
Course Code: FRNC1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Language Classes


Assumptions, Perceptions & Body Language

The majority of communication is non-verbal and yet many professionals are not aware of how to best present themselves in order to succeed. This course focuses on the following areas in order to allow participants to gain insight on the importance of body language in the business community.

  • Communication Styles – Science Of NLP
  • The Big Five Personality Traits
  • Performance Profiles
  • Love Languages
  • Behavioral Patterns (From Thinking To Acting)
  • Behavioral Change Model
  • Assertive Communication & Art Of Saying No
  • The Art Of Listening
PersonalDevelopment1
Course Information
Course Code: PDWx1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Professional Development Workshops


Building Professional Relationships

Even as computer technology continues to encroach on every portion of human life, the value of word-of-mouth communication in marketing yourself and remaining up-to-date on industry opportunities can not be overstated. The value of a well-established and high-functioning business network can have a profound effect on your career and overall business success. This course highlights behavioural types as a guide to understanding networking opportunities, how to establish them, and how to effectively allow them to work for you.

PeoDev7
Course Information
Course Code: TBD
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Professional Development Workshops


Problem Solving & Decision Making

It is a well established fact that good problem solving and decision making is critical to career success regardless of your role in an organization.  In a rapidly changing work environment the ability to apply logical, critical and creative thinking to a wide range of problems is more important than ever before. This course allows participants the opportunity to examine their problem-solving and decision making skills, while learning to practice mindfulness techniques in the workplace.

PeoDev8
Course Information
Course Code: TBD
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Professional Development Workshops


Speaking and Listening Techniques

Speaking and listening are critical components of oral communication; without them, interactions with managers, trainees, employees and co-workers can pose a major challenge. Better oral communication results in increased confidence, collaborative relationships, minimized conflict and increased professional satisfaction. This course focuses on oral communication skills to proactively create synergistic performance and successful working relationships.

PeoDev9
Course Information
Course Code: TBD
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Professional Development Workshops


Team Building and Leadership

Much of the work done in today’s corporate world is done through collaborative structures. As a result, building a team and successfully leading it are two key functions of a successful business professional. This course focuses on sharpening leadership skills through constructive mindset, communication, and emotional intelligence.  It teaches participants how these skills can be leveraged to serve their vision, mission and purpose.

PeoDev8
Course Information
Course Code: TBD
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Professional Development Workshops


Team Building: MonoPrinting Workshop

Foster your team’s creativity with corporate workshops! This one day, 6 hour, event helps you create a corporate environment that promotes creativity and innovation at all levels of your organization.

Full catering is provided to help fuel your learning team and the list of workshops available is consistently growing!

In this truly unique experience, your team will explore Monoprinting techniques. Unlike most printmaking where there are multiple originals, Monoprinting is a form of printmaking that contains images that can only be made once!

Your team will work together in the creation of an original piece while a corporate coach observes each team member’s unique strengths, weaknesses, reasoning and communication method. A feedback session gives your team the opportunity to discuss their decisions and examine their experience.

PeoDev4
Course Information
Course Code: TBD
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Professional Development Workshops


The Art of Persuasion

At the centre of our personal and professional lives lies one key skill; Persuasion. Whether the goal is to influence a small group in a meeting, a single person in a face-to-face encounter or to sway an entire organization, the ability to persuade an audience is key to effective leadership. This course allows participants to examine their own skills then build on them through an understanding of human behaviour.

PeoDev6
Course Information
Course Code: PDWx1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Professional Development Workshops


Win-Win Negotiations

The age of a clear winner and loser is over and the importance of creating mutually beneficial relationships is now at the forefront of the corporate mind. Whether a personal contract negotiation, a formal negotiation with a business vendor or a large scale merger between two companies, the ability to maximize win-win solutions is an art form that is highly prized in the corporate world. This course focuses on increasing confidence through planning. Participants will discuss the importance of well-established collaboration and concession plans, establishing a common negotiation language and how to negotiate while keeping corporate values and missions at the heart of the discussion.

PeoDev5
Course Information
Course Code: PDWx1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Professional Development Workshops


Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)

The ideal candidate for this course is one who is interested in writing the CAPM certification exam through the internationally recognized Project Management Institute. This certification offers recognition to those starting their careers in the field of project management or those with some team member experience who wish to set themselves apart by demonstrating their knowledge and increasing their credibility. This course will cover the principles and terminology laid out in the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge book (PMBOK Guide). Up on completion of this course students will be both eligible and prepared to sit for the exam.

CAPM
Course Information
Course Code: CAPM1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Project Management


PMP Certification Exam Preparation

This course is focused on preparing students to write the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Exam. The program covers the processes highlighted in the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ) and provides students with extensive review material covering the exam topics as well as reference materials.

Project Management
Course Information
Course Code: PMPx1601
Duration: TBD
Start Date: TBD
End Date: TBD
Time: TBD

Instructor
TBD

Category
Project Management


Instructors

Part of providing our students with the highest quality education is finding the highest quality instructors. At MTC we pride ourselves on working with instructors with many years of experience in their field, as well as a love of teaching. From our Certificate Programs to our Craftsmanship classes, our instructors are skilled, passionate, and eager to impress on their students an appreciation and understanding of the subject matter. We are certain that you will love our team of MTC instructors.

 

Mary Nakhla

Mary Nakhla graduated from the American University in Cairo, Egypt, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration, Accounting and Economics with highest honors. For 10 years she played a lead role as the Financial Manager of Janssen-Cilag pharmaceutical company, in Egypt, in the preparation of audited financial statements and financial reports to the board including forecasting, budgeting, and reviewing operational performance as well as maintaining a documented system of internal control complying with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Mary now uses this expertise when teaching the principles of financial accounting and intermediate accounting to graduate and undergraduate students.

Accounting
Mary Nakhla
Phone: TBD
Email: TBD

Years Teaching
TBD

Active Courses
TBD


Ragui Farahat

Ragui Farahat has a rich and varied background in the fields of adult education, professional training, and counselling in multinational Educational Institutions and University settings in Egypt, Qatar, USA, and Canada.

His experience in international higher education spans a broad range of portfolios including international student services, scholarship management and he has been teaching the Canadian Citizenship Course to a new immigrant base for several years. He particularly enjoys helping new comers learn and understand the Canadian social and cultural history, The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship, Canadian political systems, Canada’s democracy and how to take part in the Canadian society. The search for excellence is a part of his DNA and he aims to ensure that all of his students pass the exam on their first try – these are just some of the reasons we are excited to have Ragui teaching our Citizenship Course!

Citizenship
Ragui Farahat
Phone: TBD
Email: TBD

Years Teaching
TBD

Active Courses
TBD


Raafat Rizk

Dr. Raafat Rizk, a paediatric doctor, first became a first aid instructor with the Canadian Red Cross in August 2013 and within a few months joined a well-known private company teaching courses across Ontario. Dr. Rizk has instructed more than 500 Red Cross certified CPR courses to date. His background in medicine coupled with his enthusiasm for teaching allows him to leave his students feeling prepared to handle any medical emergency! We couldn’t be more excited to have such a seasoned professional conducting our Red Cross Certified CPR classes.

CPR2
Raafat Rizk
Phone: TBD
Email: TBD

Years Teaching
TBD

Active Courses
TBD


Tania Desouza

With more than 10 years of experience teaching the Early Childcare Education program and many years of experience in various childcare settings, Tania Desouza is a seasoned professional with a passion for preparing students to be caring educators. Tania Desouza earned her Honours BA from York University, she is an Ontario Certified Teacher, and registered Early Childcare Educator. Her passion is infectious and we are very excited to have her teaching our Early Childcare Assistant Program!

ECA
Tania Desouza
Phone: TBD
Email: TBD

Years Teaching
TBD

Active Courses
TBD


Nelly Botros

Nelly is a Certified Professional Educator with more than 13 years of teaching experience. Aside from her Bachelor’s Degree and teaching certificates, Nelly is also TESl Certified, IELTS certified, and Citizenship Certified.=

She has worked in the peel district school board as an international language teacher and as an ESL Instructor, as well as regularly teaching IELTS classes to new immigrants.

Nelly not only teaches students the skills they need to excel in their test taking, she addresses the need for a strong understanding of Canadian workplace culture.

IELTS
Nelly Botros
Phone: TBD
Email: TBD

Years Teaching
TBD

Active Courses
TBD


Enas Tadros

Enas Tadros is a certified Medical Office Administrator with years of experience in managing clinics. She graduated as the top of her class and is proficient in patient communication and managing patient files using different operating systems. She has also earned a Master’s Degree as well as her Medical Degree as a Dermatologist and has received various awards and recognitions through her 20 years of experience as a dermatologist and laser therapist. We are so excited to have her on our team!

Medical
Enas Tadros
Phone: TBD
Email: TBD

Years Teaching
TBD

Active Courses
TBD


Jamal W. Hindash

Jamal is a seasoned project manager with 15+ years of hands-on experience managing and delivering a multitude of initiatives on both sides of IT; Infrastructure as well as Applications Development.

He holds the following credentials: PMP, ITIL Master and Six Sigma Green Belt and is currently working on his PgMP Certification. He has been teaching PMP and ITIL courses for IT Professionals since 2009 at various leading technical institutes in Toronto.

One of his top career achievements is the Sears Travel Integration Program which spanned 28 different locations across Canada and had a total budget of $30 million. Jamal led the team of 22 IT Professionals and 3 Project Managers throughout all Project Lifecycle phases towards successful delivery within timeline and under budget. On the side of ITSM/ITIL Projects, Jamal managed and delivered 3 major ITSM Implementation initiatives which entailed re-engineering of existing ITSM processes and the deployment of ITSM tools/platforms such as HP Service Manager and ServiceNOW.

We are very excited to have him teaching the PMP Preparation course!

Project Management
Jamal W. Hindash
Phone: 1 (234) 567-8901 x111
Email: jsmith@mtc.ca

Years Teaching
6

Active Courses
  • Math
  • English
  • Science


Carlos Munoz

Carlos Munoz has been involved in the upholstery industry for 46 years. He became a qualified professional upholster in Uruguay, and in 1966 was promoted to the position of Assistant Manager of Aldao Limited, the company that had trained him. At the time Aldao was purportedly generating annual revenues of $1 million and staffed over 100 employees. Upon immigration to Canada Carlos began working as a cutter for the Ontario School of Upholstery and in 1972, Mr. Munoz and a partner started a part-time upholstery business of their own. He operated this business until becoming General Manager of Abal Interiors in 1981. He incorporated Abal in 1988 and became the company’s President. In the early 90’s Carlos began teaching his skills to adults of various skill levels in multiple development centers in the GTA.

We could not have asked for a more seasoned professional!

Sewing 1 web
Carlos Munoz
Phone: TBD
Email: TBD

Years Teaching
TBD

Active Courses
TBD


“we can’t wait to be part of your success”

Renting & Catering

Our state-of-the-art facilities include access to multi-media equipped board rooms, movie theatre space, classrooms, as well as full catering.
CONTACT US FOR MORE INFO

Rental Charges


Room Type Capacity Daytime (9am – 5pm) Evening (6pm – 9pm) Weekends
Board Room 12 $250.00 $150.00 $150.00
Computer Lab 20 $120.00 $120.00 $120.00
Classroom 25 $250.00 $150.00 $150.00

 

Please note that prices listed are per hour.
Cost effective long-term rental agreements are available upon request.

Additional Charges


Catering Half Day (3 hrs) Full Day (6 hrs)
Water, Tea, Coffee $2.00 $3.00
All above plus: Bagels, Donuts, Muffins $5.00 $6.00

 

Please note that catering rates are per person.

Events

There is always something exciting going on! Come in and see what we’re up to this month!

Ready to get started?

Get In Touch


MISSISSAUGA TRAINING CENTRE

6341 Mississauga Rd.
Mississauga, ON L5N 1A5

Call us (905) 813-8883
E-mail us mtc@cccnet.ca