2014-10-10 by Mark Harrington
National Academy (Toronto campus) invites you, your friends and your family members to our OPEN HOUSE.
We are hosting two:
- Wednesday, October 15, from 10am-2pm;
- Tuesday, October 21, from 10am – 2pm.
We are located at 20 Eglinton Avenue East, 2nd Floor, Toronto (corner of Yonge and Eglinton).
Call to RSVP: 1 866 797 6312.
Tour our facility, understand your financial options (including whether you qualify for Government Assistance) and meet with our experienced Admissions representatives, if you’d like.
Most of our program still have October start dates – other start dates are also available.
Also, inquire about our referral program. Submit as many referrals as you like: for any referral you submit that registers for one of our programs, you will receive $100.
Hope to see you there!
National Academy of Health & Business
Training Healthcare, Business and Law Enforcement Specialists Since 1979
2014-08-27 by Mark Harrington
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has become an international phenomenon, raising valuable donations and awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a terminal disease affecting approximately 3,000 Canadians. Canadians have raised over $3 million in donations since the challenge went viral and over $31.5 million has been raised in the US.
The National Academy of Health & Business (NAHB) President and Vice President of The Canadian Academy of Dental Health of Dental Health and Community Sciences (CADH) was the latest to participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. He had no shortage of volunteers to help him with this task as you’ll see in this funny video, while nominating Spider Jones, David Cornell, Gene Simmons and Sam Abboud to complete the ice bucket challenge. We encourage everyone to support this important cause, helping the ALS society reach their fundraising goal!
2014-08-25 by Mark Harrington
This is the most popular time of the year to begin College – see our start dates below so you don’t miss out!
Also, if you know anyone who may be interested in changing their life through a quality education, for a limited time, you’ll receive $500 for every student you refer and who joins us for 30 days or more. Each referral will also be entered into our monthly gift card draw. Call us in Mississauga (1 888 306 0991) or Hamilton (1 888 446 4649) for details.
Feel free to click on any of the links below or call to speak with one of our experienced career counselors for more information on how you can begin training towards your career of choice as well as which funding option best suits your situation (including Government Assistance, to those who qualify).
Mississauga campus: 1 888 306 0991
Hamilton campus: 1 888 446 4649
Upcoming September & October Start Dates
(October, November & December Starts Dates Also Available)
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2014-06-11 by Mark Harrington
A career in law enforcement is an exceptionally rewarding one, for a growing number of reasons. Not only do law enforcement officials enjoy benefits like great job stability, a varied job description and the satisfaction of protecting the community, but they are also well compensated for their time. When it comes to a career in law enforcement, here are the top advantages you can look forward to.
The Diversity of Job Options
In the realm of law enforcement, there are a ton of different facets of the job that are available to you. The titles “police officer” or “law enforcement official” are a catch-all term for a wide variety of jobs within law enforcement, ranging from jobs that put you right in the middle of the action to jobs that are much more desk and paperwork oriented. Everything from a homicide detective tasked with tracking down suspects to the press relations officer for the regional police is available to those interested in law enforcement. If you’re more into the action and engagement, there’s a position for that, however if accounting courses and payroll training are more up your alley then there’s a position for that too.
While it’s not necessarily a fact we should be celebrating, we have a crime rate that’s not dropping as fast as we’d like it to. What this means of course is that there is a continuously high demand for skilled individuals to assume roles in the police and law enforcement sector, and there likely will be for quite some time. The National Academy of Health and Business can have you career ready in just nine months with our law enforcement and police foundations diploma while helping with job placement, meaning you’ll land yourself in a secure job sooner than you think.
The benefits you can earn from a career in law enforcement and related fields are very competitive compared to other careers out there. Beyond the more than fair salary, you’ll have access to a maternity or paternity leave plan, daycare assistance for children, three to six weeks of vacation time depending on your seniority, an excellent pension plan, medical, dental and eye care plans as well as life insurance. Having most everything taken care of is a huge load off of your shoulders.
A Sense of Pride and Community Service
One of the greatest perks of a career in law enforcement, and one that will get you out of bed every morning is the knowledge that you’re helping to make your community a safer place. There’s no more rewarding feeling than knowing you’re contributing to the overall safety and security of people you know and care about.