Rita Armstrong’s Testimonial
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
1w ago
Hello CVTC, I’m writing to let you know about my recent success with challenging Sage 50, Levels 1 & 2. Although I am addressing this letter to CVTC, it reminds of a letter I would write to myself and what my dreams are. And you are all a big part of the way. After losing my job I didn’t know what to do next. With not much confidence in myself, I made an appointment with Cal at CVTC. I had stayed in touch over the last 7 years since my graduation of the Administrative Program with Sage 50 and Manual Bookkeeping, included Microsoft Training and Office procedures. (Although my passion is wri ..read more
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Closed Campus Alert
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
1M ago
Our campus in Langley is CLOSED today (January 17, 2024) due to snowfall. Stay safe out there and we hope to see you again soon ..read more
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Using Your Resume to Sell Yourself
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
1M ago
What is the purpose of a resume? Many people would say that the purpose of the resume is to get a job. And certainly, the focus of many people is to make their resume as nice as possible with the idea that the better it is, the more likely it is that they will get a job. But I’m here to tell you that not only is this incorrect and putting too much weight on a piece of paper (digital or physical), but also on yourself to have the perfect resume. Let’s demolish a paradigm! The purpose of the resume is not to get the job. The purpose of the resume is to get an interview. The purpose of the interv ..read more
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AI and the Resume
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
1M ago
AI, or Artificial Intelligence, has been making a lot of waves over the past year for its ability to automate more tasks such as writing, coding, research, and even art. The massive morality issue aside, many people have fun playing with AI and often use it for things like scheduling. But can it also be used to make a better resume more easily? When it comes to doing things like beating the filters, is a machine the best way? Benefits of Using AI to (Help) Create Your Resume It’s important to note that if you are going to use something like ChatGPT or AI builder to build your resume, it still ..read more
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Holiday Hours
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
3M ago
Canadian Vocational Training Centre will be CLOSED from December 22 until January 2, 2024 for the holidays. All 4 centres across the the province will be observing the holidays in this period. If you need to contact us, you can call and leave a message and we will get back to you on January 2. Happy Holidays ..read more
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Jenifer Gomez’s Testimonial
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
4M ago
Highly Recommend Canadian Vocational Training Centre! Canadian Vocational Training Centre has been a game-changer for me. The programs are not only incredibly helpful, providing gold-standard information and tools for job applications, but they also offer a diverse range of courses like Microsoft Office and Super Host. The staff is supportive and the friendly atmosphere made it easy to make good friends. The practical skills I gained have proven invaluable in the job market. Highly recommend this training program for anyone looking to boost their skills and make meaningful connections! Jenif ..read more
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Brian McGrath’s Testimonial
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
6M ago
Due to the current state of the Canadian economy, I recently deemed it necessary to re-enter the work force. I was surprised to discover the modern workforce’s dependence on technology. My lack of computer skills had rendered me functionally illiterate. I set out to find an educational institution that could rectify my situation in a timely manner. After researching, visiting and investigating many schools I decided upon Canadian Vocational Training Centre. I made the right choice. I felt a smaller institution would be able to meet my needs and address the issues a mature student in a high-tec ..read more
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How Do You Define Success?
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
11M ago
Graduation season is approaching for many students and as a result, there are scores of people who are looking ahead while celebrating fairly monumental achievements. From high schools to colleges to universities, celebrating success in the moment and successes to come is the byword. But what is success? I mean, when you get right down to it? For many people, success goes hand in hand with delayed gratification. One will be successful somewhere down the road: finishing school, landing the dream job, buying the house, traveling to that exotic destination, paying off all the debt, and so on. And ..read more
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Special Announcement!
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
11M ago
We are pleased to announce that all of our campuses are now Designated through the Private Training Institutions Branch of British Columbia. This means that all of our campuses will have the opportunity to greatly expand their course offerings to include programs such as: Special Education Teaching Assistant (SETA) Hospitality fundamentals Computerized Accounting and Automated Office Office Assistant As well as our government contract programs, of course! We look forward to serving you even better from all four of our locations across the province: Langley, Kelowna, Kamloops and of course, P ..read more
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Workplace Buzzwords of 2023
Canadian Vocational Training Centre Blog
by Mattson
11M ago
If you’re doing digging around in workplace trends (just me? ok), you may have noticed several new buzzwords floating around. Buzzwords are nothing new in the workplace; they come and go with the winds, and as you’re going to see, many of them actually repeat themselves! So, what are these buzzwords and what do they mean? Quiet Hiring This is probably the newest one, mostly making waves over the month of February. But quiet hiring is far from new, it’s just a new buzzword. Quiet hiring is the practice of focusing on internal talent and moving them around in a business rather than hiring from t ..read more
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