The triOS College Accounting & Payroll Administrator program provides students with a well-rounded exposure to the professional business environment, which will help them develop skills and proficiencies appropriate for careers in accounting and payroll administration.
Graduates will be able to apply generally accepted accounting principles to the business affairs of an organization. They will also apply their skills in using manual accounting as well as computerized accounting systems.
This program includes the potential for successful graduates to receive the Payroll Compliance Practitioner certification from the Certified Payroll Management Program (CPM), issued by the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA). The certification is nationally recognized as the standard of excellence for payroll training.
Topics of this program include: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook, Office Procedures, Introduction to and Intermediate Accounting using both Simply Accounting and QuickBooks, Advanced Accounting, Accpac, Introduction to Finance. Payroll Compliance Legislation, Payroll Fundamentals I & II, Career Management and more.
Your career in business starts with an education from triOS. The Business Administration Program provides a strong foundation in business training. Upon graduating, the student will have learned the essential skills needed to thrive in a business environment. Strong focus is given to Microsoft Office Applications and Accounting Applications that are used in today?s offices. Solid business training and computer applications from triOS will make you job ready with the skills employers are looking for.
The Business Administration Program will qualify graduates to pursue positions such as Administrative Assistant, Accounting Clerk, Bookkeeper, Accounting and Payroll Administrator, Database/Data Entry Clerk, Desktop Support Specialist, Office Manager, Executive Assistant, Business Applications Specialist and Payroll Clerk.
In addition to offering Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft PowerPoint, Business Communications, Office Procedures, Introduction to Accounting using Simply Accounting and Intermediate Accounting using QuickBooks, this comprehensive program includes two major specialities:
Advanced Applications Specialty - Topics of this specialty include: Advanced Microsoft Word, Advanced Microsoft Excel, Advanced Outlook, Advanced PowerPoint and Introduction to Databases using Microsoft Access.
Advanced Accounting Specialty - Topics of this specialty include: Advanced Accounting, ACCPAC and Introduction to Finance.
The triOS Office Administrator Diploma Program offers students the choice of two specialties, each providing well-rounded exposure to the professional business environment, to help them develop general proficiencies appropriate for a wide range of careers. Graduates will have learned the essential skills needed to thrive in a business environment. Strong focus is given to Microsoft Office Applications and Accounting Applications that are used in today?s offices. Solid business training and computer applications from triOS will make you job ready with the skills employers are looking for.
Choose between the following two specialties:
Applications Specialist: The Office Administrator Diploma (Applications Specialist) Program will qualify graduates to pursue positions such as Accounting Clerk, Administrative Assistant, Executive Assistant, Database/Data Entry Clerk and Desktop Support Specialist.
Topics of this program include: Microsoft Word Level I & II, Microsoft Excel Level I & II, Microsoft Outlook Level I & II, Microsoft PowerPoint Level I & II, Business Communications, Office Procedures, Introduction to Accounting using Simply Accounting, Intermediate Accounting using QuickBooks, Career Management and more.
Accounting Specialist: The Office Administrator Diploma (Accounting Specialist) Program will qualify graduates to pursue positions such as Bookkeeper, Accounting Clerk, Payroll Clerk, Administrative Assistant, Executive Assistant and Database/Data Entry Clerk.
Topics of this program include: Microsoft Word Level I , Microsoft Excel Level I, Microsoft Outlook Level I, Microsoft PowerPoint Level I, Business Communications, Office Procedures, Introduction to Accounting using Simply Accounting, Intermediate Accounting using QuickBooks, Advanced Accounting, ACCPAC, Introduction to Finance and more.
Success in today?s marketing world depends on having capable, well-rounded employees who can multi-task to meet a varietyof challenges. The triOS Marketing Coordinator program provides students with a well-rounded exposure to the professional marketing environment and the technical skills needed to be successful in a marketing role. Students will develop general proficiencies appropriate for a wide range of careers in marketing.
This program encompasses many important components, including: marketing research & data analysis, marketing event planning, Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop, the use of websites, internet & social media, Google applications for marketing, advertising & communication, marketing law & ethics and effective marketing presentation skills.
Companies are looking for individuals to support the marketing team through assistance with advertising, writing promotional literature, planning marketing strategies, product launches and special events. This triOS program includes all these aspects plus offers Career Management, Office Applications and much more.
The Marketing Coordinator program will qualify grads to pursue positions such as Marketing Coordinator, Marketing Assistant, Marketing Research Assistant, Advertising Coordinator/Assistant, Advertising Specialist, Marketing Communications Assistant, Marketing Events Coordinator/Assistant, Website Marketing Assistant, Promotions Coordinator/Assistant, Online Marketing Coordinator/Assistant, and Marketing Analyst Assistant.
Students interested in fast-tracking may elect to take this program without the 8-week Internship and complete the program in 52 weeks.
The triOS College Pharmacy Assistant Diploma Program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to start a rewarding career as a Pharmacy Assistant.
The Pharmacy Assistant is responsible for receiving prescriptions, drug preparation, clerical and computer duties, inventory management and customer service in the dispensary. Pharmacy Assistants must at all times work directly under the supervision and guidance of the Pharmacist. The role is meant to assist the Pharmacist in the dispensing process of the product to allow the Pharmacist to have more time to provide pharmaceutical care.
The Pharmacy Assistant Program prepares students for employment opportunities in retail, hospital and other healthcare settings. The triOS Pharmacy Assistant Program has significant benefits over programs offered at Community Colleges.
The triOS program:
? is 41 weeks in duration rather than 2 years so you can get into the workforce quicker;
? is 5 hours per day of instruction, enabling you to work part-time while you study;
? offers year-round starting points so you don?t have to wait until September or January to join a program.
Topics of this program include: Microsoft Office Applications (Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft PowerPoint, Business Communications); Human Anatomy and Physiology; Medical Terminology; Pharmacology; Pharmacy Law and Ethics; Pharmacy Math; Retail Pharmacy Practice; Sterile Product Preparation; Pharmacy Compounding; Hospital Pharmacy; Pharmacy Software; First Aid and CPR; Client Service and Career Management.
As a Pharmacy Assistant, you?ll work as part of a health care team to ensure that consumers receive the best possible pharmaceutical care. Graduates of the triOS Pharmacy Assistant program may work for Pharmacists in community or clinical pharmacies, home healthcare divisions/companies and pharmaceutical distribution wholesalers.
Employment of Pharmacy Assistants is expected to grow due to the increased pharmaceutical needs of a larger and older population, and to the greater use of medication. With advances in science, more medications are becoming available to treat more conditions. The increased number of middle-aged and elderly people-who, on average, use more prescription drugs than do younger people-will spur demand for assistants.