Centennial College’s Massage Therapy program is a distinctive and rigorous program that will prepare you for the broad range of career possibilities that exist for Massage Therapists. You could have your own practice with flexible hours; work with sports teams and athletes or within a hospital setting. This hands-on industry-approved program will provide you with the fundamentals of massage therapy skills, with a focus on critical thinking, rehabilitation and business management.
Motorcycle Rider Training in Toronto
Complete your training in just one weekend! Weekday training session is also available. Instruction provided by our group of certified instructors. Centennial provides the motorcycles for you to train on. Upon successful completion, you receive an M2 class motorcycle licence. Note: Motorcycle weekday training runs Sunday 7-10 pm, Monday 8 am-6 pm and Tuesday 8 am-6 pm.
"After several years in the mechanical engineering industry, I realized that I needed a change. I wasn’t sure as to what exactly I wanted to do, but I knew that I had an affinity for 3D modeling and design. It was then that I made a tough decision to go back to school to pursue a new career. Naturally, video game development was a perfect fit for my interests. It balances both technical and artistic know-how leading to a truly tangible result.
Now that I’ve finished the program, I can definitely look back and say that everything I’ve learned is relevant and has been applied where I’ve worked. Also, I keep close contact with my classmates and with my instructor who still provide me with new tips and tricks. They are a talented group of people who am I so lucky to have as my friends.
I can tell you that if you choose this program, you will not regret it one bit. You will work very hard in this program and there will be those sleepless nights (I’m still trying to catch up). But, you will learn a whole lot more — your skills will grow tenfold. Most importantly, you will make a lot of friends, develop a strong network and have lots of fun while doing it all!”
I was hired at the end of my internship by the Town Crier group of newspapers and magazines. At the end of May 2011, I will have been with the Town Crier for a year as both a reporter and copy editor.
I’m glad to see so many people doing well post-graduation, and I’ve even heard Centennial journalism being talked about in the newsroom as a place that’s becoming known for putting out great talent. It’s very encouraging to see.
Apprenticeship is a system of learning by doing. It consists of on-the-job training with an employer and related class studies in college. The on-the-job training component is a competency based format which involves the completion of a Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities issued booklet. Classes are offered either one day a week, two nights a week or eight weeks a year. Depending on your trade, class programs could take two to three years. Apprenticeships vary from two to five years. (The actual duration will be determined by the trade the apprentice has chosen, and how quickly the apprentice acquires the on-the-job competencies)