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Admissions Process

At NAB College we have a simple and helpful admissions process. Our goal is to adhere to provincial and national collegiate policies and to meet the needs of our students. Our admissions team provides you with the most relevant information related to your career training goals. The following outlines the general process for admission into NAB College.

Step 1: Meet With An Admissions Advisor
During this first meeting we will discuss your career goals and aspirations. This gives you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have, learn more about our school and our programs, as well as take a tour of the campus.

Step 2: Complete An Assessment Evaluation
The assessment evaluation is required in order to be sure that you have the necessary basic skills and abilities to complete our programs. This evaluation will require a review of your prior education and in some cases admission testing may be appropriate for you. If you are missing pre-requisites in a specific area, we will provide guidance on how you may obtain them. For free consultation and assessment [Click here] or Call Now: 905.997.2422

Step 3: Finalize Financing and Registration
At this point we can provide you with all the options as far as your tuition financing is concerned. There are a number of options available to you, both federally and provincially.

Step 4: Start Your Program
Your first day of class could well be considered the first step towards an exciting, and rewarding, new career.

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  • International Students (Class A)

    Programs, travel information and more

Top Reasons To Study In Canada

  • The United Nations Ranked Canada as one of the Best Places to Live
  • Work While Studying
  • Internationally Recognized Education
  • Learn or Improve another Language
  • Growing Multicultural Communities
  • Affordable Education and Living

Canada prides itself on multiculturalism and diversity. With ethnic foods readily available and cultural activities held often, Canada makes newcomers feel at home. Your international student advisor can help you get in touch with ethnic clubs and associations for you to join. Even with Canada’s high standards, the cost of living and tuition for international students is less than that in the USA and the UK.

Canada – A country that embraces culture and diversity! Ontario – A province that promises beautiful scenery and four very different seasons all year round. Toronto – A city filled with excitement, attractions and plenty of cultural hotspots that everyone can enjoy! NAB College – A college that encompasses what Canada is all about!


Steps to attend NAB College as an international student:

  • Choose a program
  • Meet NAB College’s entry requirements
  • Fill out a contact form
  • Send us your pre-qualified application package
  • We will contact you with answers to all your questions
  • We work with you to develop a payment plan and start date
  • Attend your first day of classes

For more information about applying for a Canadian study permit, please refer to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website.

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The investment we make in our students offers returns to our economy, our society and the workplace, in Canada and abroad.

  • Alumni

    Services and offers for graduates

Your relationship with North American Business College doesn’t end when you graduate or when you find a job. We’re pleased to offer an array of alumni services designed to build on the student and career support you received while you were studying. Alumni services include networking events, membership in peer support groups and ongoing skill enhancement and job training.

NAB College alumni receive ongoing support through:

  • Professional networking and peer support groups
  • Ongoing access to job postings, internships, and placements
  • Professional development workshops
  • Individualized career counselling

Stay Connected: If you are alumni of NAB College Please request us to Join Linkedin and Facebook alumni Group or email us info@nabcollege.ca to get connected to update your list. Linkedin Group Facebook Group

Admissions Process

At NAB College we have a simple and helpful admissions process. Our goal is to adhere to provincial and national collegiate policies and to meet the needs of our students. Our admissions team provides you with the most relevant information related to your career training goals. The following outlines the general process for admission into NAB College.

Step 1: Meet With An Admissions Advisor
During this first meeting we will discuss your career goals and aspirations. This gives you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have, learn more about our school and our programs, as well as take a tour of the campus.

Step 2: Complete An Assessment Evaluation
The assessment evaluation is required in order to be sure that you have the necessary basic skills and abilities to complete our programs. This evaluation will require a review of your prior education and in some cases admission testing may be appropriate for you. If you are missing pre-requisites in a specific area, we will provide guidance on how you may obtain them. For free consultation and assessment [Click here] or Call Now: 905.997.2422

Step 3: Finalize Financing and Registration
At this point we can provide you with all the options as far as your tuition financing is concerned. There are a number of options available to you, both federally and provincially.

Step 4: Start Your Program
Your first day of class could well be considered the first step towards an exciting, and rewarding, new career.

Information for enrolled students

Top Reasons To Study In Canada

  • The United Nations Ranked Canada as one of the Best Places to Live
  • Work While Studying
  • Internationally Recognized Education
  • Learn or Improve another Language
  • Growing Multicultural Communities
  • Affordable Education and Living

Canada prides itself on multiculturalism and diversity. With ethnic foods readily available and cultural activities held often, Canada makes newcomers feel at home. Your international student advisor can help you get in touch with ethnic clubs and associations for you to join. Even with Canada’s high standards, the cost of living and tuition for international students is less than that in the USA and the UK.

Canada – A country that embraces culture and diversity! Ontario – A province that promises beautiful scenery and four very different seasons all year round. Toronto – A city filled with excitement, attractions and plenty of cultural hotspots that everyone can enjoy! NAB College – A college that encompasses what Canada is all about!


Steps to attend NAB College as an international student:

  • Choose a program
  • Meet NAB College’s entry requirements
  • Fill out a contact form
  • Send us your pre-qualified application package
  • We will contact you with answers to all your questions
  • We work with you to develop a payment plan and start date
  • Attend your first day of classes

For more information about applying for a Canadian study permit, please refer to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website.

The investment we make in our students offers returns to our economy, our society and the workplace, in Canada and abroad.

Your relationship with North American Business College doesn’t end when you graduate or when you find a job. We’re pleased to offer an array of alumni services designed to build on the student and career support you received while you were studying. Alumni services include networking events, membership in peer support groups and ongoing skill enhancement and job training.

NAB College alumni receive ongoing support through:

  • Professional networking and peer support groups
  • Ongoing access to job postings, internships, and placements
  • Professional development workshops
  • Individualized career counselling

Stay Connected: If you are alumni of NAB College Please request us to Join Linkedin and Facebook alumni Group or email us info@nabcollege.ca to get connected to update your list. Linkedin Group Facebook Group

About Us

Welcome to the North American Business College of Sciences & Languages. Dream & Do it.

At our College you are more than a number. The investment we make in our students offers returns to our economy, our community in Canada and abroad. That’s why we will treat you and your education with the professionalism and care it deserves; because an investment in you is an investment in our future.

  • Integrity
  • Safety
  • Equality
  • Excellence
  • Responsiveness

Management

Dr. Anurag Sinha

Dr. Anurag Sinha is a trained engineer and entrepreneur. He has served as an Advisor to the United Nations, and many Government Organizations around the world, and sits on several local Advisory Boards including the Peel Multicultural Council and more. He has been a catalyst for introducing ICT technology to the Caribbean, as well as promoting small and medium sized business developments.

Hadi Naour

Hadi Naour, Hon. B.A., MBA, is a bilingual (French/English) with an extensive background in training programs and international student program as well. Hadi is skilled in improving efficiency and effectiveness of operations in project management. Hadi has developed an excellent knowledge of Post-secondary Education Act 2005.

Hadi has also built ainclusive international partnership with training institutions in France, UAE, Algeria, Qatar, KSA and Portugal.

Student Counsellor & Operations

Shamsa Rajani, B.A. M.A., With a background in Finance and Marekting, Ms. Rajani has worked in the Financial Sector as an Accountant, Claims Specialist, and Customer Relations for the last 18 years. She now supports students and teachers with many aspects of their experience with NAB College as well as serving the team with exceptional Administrative support.

Liaison Officer

Jenny Kuo, B.A., Our College benefits from attention to detail with Jenny Kuo, who works with our outreach team in the Chinese community. Fluent in English, Cantonese and Taiwanese, Ms. Kuo is able to inform non-english speaking communities about our language programs and other courses of study. Ms. Kuo possesses a background in Statistics, Information Science and Event Management.

Partners & Affiliates

Canada:

  • TESL Ontario
  • Lifesaving Society
  • English Centre ESL Resources
  • Chinese Community
  • French Community
  • ILSC

Europe:

  • Mbway
  • ISCOM
  • IPAC

India:

  • Prasad Technology
  • Prasad Hotel & Management
  • Private recruiters

North Africa:

  • Algeria: Errazi school

Middle East

  • NAB Nafaa
  • AjmalOtla
  • New Vision Training Centre
  • British Scholl
  • Sharjah Education School in relations

To become partner with our college email us at info@nabcollege.ca

Rules & Regulations

Our school is a registered Private Career College subject to the Private Career Colleges Act of 2005, and the courses and programs we offer have been approved by the Superintendent of Private Career Colleges. Our refund and cancellation policies strictly follow prescribed regulations set out by Ontario Regulation 415/06 for Private Colleges.

OUR REFUND POLICY
Things change, life happens, and sometimes we have to change our plans. Our cancellation and refund policies clearly outline how we deal with refunds and cancellations. We always think it’s good to read these things before you need it, so we have our policy published below.

FULL REFUNDS
We will refund all the fees paid by a student under a contract for the provision of a vocational program in the following circumstances:

  • The contract is rescinded (cancelled) by a student within two (2) days of receiving a copy of the contract;
  • In the unlikely event that our college discontinues a program before the student completes the program
  • In the unlikely event that our College collects registrations and fees for vocational programs before they have been approved by the Superintendent of Private Colleges and other stipulations under the Private Colleges Act of 2005 and sub-section 44 (3) of the Ontario Regulations.
  • The College expels a student from a class, or program for reasons that are contrary to NAB’s Expulsion Policy;
  • If the contract is rendered void under subsection 18 (2) or Section 22 of the Act.
  • If we fail to provide the Services advertised and offered by our College, or if we deviate from the itemized course fees approved by the Superintendent of Private Colleges in the case of an item not provided by the college, the full amount of the fee for the item, and in the case of a fee in excess of the amount of the fee provided for the item, the difference between the amount of the fee for the item provided to the Superintendent and the fee collected.
  • A full refund is not payable in the circumstances described above if the discontinuance of the vocational program coincides with the unlikely event that our College ceases to operate.
  • A refund is not payable under paragraphs 1 to 6 of subsection (1) unless the student gives the private career college a written demand for the refund.
  • A refund under is payable by to the student within 30 days of the day the student delivers to the college, a written demand for the refund, where the refund complies with the Cancellation and Refund Policy of the College as well as the rules outlined in the Ontario Regulation 415/06 and the Private Colleges Act.

PARTIAL REFUNDS
Our College offers partial refunds to students where reasonable circumstances prevent the completion of program. Students are eligible for a partial refund when a student does not commence (start) the course or program, but has been admitted to a vocational course or program and has paid the fees, provided the student:

  • Gives our College notice that he or she is withdrawing from the program before the day the vocational program commences;
  • Is admitted to a vocational program on the condition that the student meets specified admission requirements before the day the program commences, the student fails to meet the requirements before that day;
  • Does not attend the program during the first 14 days that follow the day the program commenced and the college gives written notice to the student that it is cancelling the contract no later than 45 days after the day the program has commenced;
  • The amount of a refund shall be an amount that is equal to the full amount paid by the student for the vocational program, less an amount equal to the lesser of 20 per cent of the full amount of the fee and $500.

A refund is payable in accordance with Ontario Regulations,

  • Within 30 days of the day the student gives notice of withdrawing from the program;
  • Within 30 days of the day the vocational program commences; and
  • In the event our College wishes to cancel a contract, we shall give written notice of the cancellation to the other party to the contract within 45 days of the day the vocational program commences.

PARTIAL REFUNDS: Non-Vocational Programs
Partial refunds are offered when a student withdraws from a course or program, or has been expelled after the program has started. In the event that this happens, our College shall give a student who commences a vocational program a refund of part of the fees paid in respect of the program if, at a time during the program it is determined that;

  • a) The student withdraws from the program after the program has commenced; or
  • b) The student is expelled from the program in circumstances where the expulsion is permitted under our expulsion policy.
  • d) We shall pay a partial refund under this section only if the withdrawal or expulsion from the vocational program occurs at a time during the program determined in accordance with the following rules:

PARTIAL REFUNDS: Vocational Programs
In accordance with Ontario Regulations, when vocational program that is less than 12 months in duration, the withdrawal or expulsion occurs during the first half of the program; or in the case of a vocational program that is 12 months or more in duration;

  • For the first 12 months in the duration of the program and for every subsequent full 12 months in the program, the withdrawal or expulsion occurs during the first six months of that 12-month period, and
  • For any period in the duration of the vocational program remaining after the last 12-month period referred to in subparagraph i has elapsed, the withdrawal or expulsion occurs in the first half of the period.
  • If the student withdraws or is expelled from a vocational program within the first half of a period referred to in subsection (3), the amount of the refund that the private career college shall pay the student shall be equal to the full amount of the fees paid in respect of the program less,
  • An amount that is equal to the lesser of 20 per cent of the full amount of the fees in respect of the program and $500; and
  • The portion of the fees in respect of the portion of the period that had elapsed at the time of the withdrawal or expulsion.
  • If the student withdraws or is expelled from a vocational program during the second half of a period referred to in subsection (3), the private career college is not required to pay the student any refund in respect of that period.
  • A private career college shall refund the full amount of fees paid in respect of a period that had not yet commenced at the time of the withdrawal or expulsion.

PAYMENT OF REFUNDS
Partial Refunds are offered to students of vocational programs that are offered by mail, on the internet or other means. Our Partial Refund policy is as follows:

REFUND AMMOUNTS
The amount of the refund that a private career college shall give a student under subsection (1) of Ontario Regulation 415/06 shall be determined in accordance with the following rules:

  • Determine the total number of segments in the vocational program for which an evaluation is required;
  • Of the total number of program segments determined under paragraph 1, determine the number of segments in respect of which an evaluation has been returned to the student;
  • The amount of the refund that the private career college shall pay the student shall be equal to the full amount of the fees paid in respect of the program less;
  • An amount that is equal to the lesser of 20 per cent of the full amount of the fees in respect of the program and $500, an
  • The portion of the fees in respect of the number of segments determined under paragraph 2.

NAB College is not required to give a student any refund if the student, at the time of withdrawal or expulsion, has been evaluated in respect of more than half of the total number of segments in the program.

PARTIAL REFUNDS: Non-Continuous Programs
This section applies to a vocational program approved by the Superintendent to be provided through a fixed number of hours of instruction over an indeterminate period of time.

A private career college shall give a student who commences a vocational program referred to in subsection (1) a refund of part of the fees paid in respect of the program if, before completing the required number of hours of instruction;

  • The student has given the college notice that he or she is withdrawing from the program; or
  • The student is expelled from the program in circumstances where the expulsion is permitted under our expulsion policy.

The amount of the refund that our College shall give a student shall be equal to the full amount of the fees paid in respect of the program less,

  • an amount that is equal to the lesser of 20 per cent of the full amount of the fees in respect of the program and $500; and
  • a portion of the fees in respect of the program that is proportional to the number of hours of instruction that have elapsed at the time of the withdrawal or expulsion.
  • A private career college is not required to give a student any refund if the student, at the time of withdrawal or expulsion, has completed more than half of the required number of hours of instruction in a program.

NO RETENTION OF REFUND
Our College shall not retain, by way of deduction or set-off, any refund of fees payable to a student in order to recover an amount owed by the student in respect of any service or program other than a vocational program offered by the private career college.

TREATMENT OF BOOKS AND EQUIPMENT
In calculating a refund our College may retain the retail cost of books or equipment that the private career college supplied to the student if the student;

  • Fails to return the books or equipment to the private career college within 10 days of the student’s withdrawal or expulsion from the program, or
  • Returns the books or equipment to the private career college within the 10-day period referred to clause (a), but fails to return it unopened or in the same state it was in when supplied.

REFUND FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
If we are notified by or on behalf of an international student that the student has not been issued a temporary resident visa as a member of the student class under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) is deemed to be,

  • notice of a rescission of the contract for the purposes of section 36 of the Act if the notice is given within two days of receiving a copy of the contract; and
  • notice that the student is withdrawing from the program for the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection 26 (1) or clause 29 (2) (a) if the notice is received on or before half of the duration of the program has elapsed.

CURRENCY
All refunds will be paid in Canadian Dollars.

Dr. Anurag Sinha

Dr. Anurag Sinha is a trained engineer and entrepreneur. He has served as an Advisor to the United Nations, and many Government Organizations around the world, and sits on several local Advisory Boards including the Peel Multicultural Council and more. He has been a catalyst for introducing ICT technology to the Caribbean, as well as promoting small and medium sized business developments.

Hadi Naour

Hadi Naour, Hon. B.A., MBA, is a bilingual (French/English) with an extensive background in training programs and international student program as well. Hadi is skilled in improving efficiency and effectiveness of operations in project management. Hadi has developed an excellent knowledge of Post-secondary Education Act 2005.

Hadi has also built ainclusive international partnership with training institutions in France, UAE, Algeria, Qatar, KSA and Portugal.

Student Counsellor & Operations

Shamsa Rajani, B.A. M.A., With a background in Finance and Marekting, Ms. Rajani has worked in the Financial Sector as an Accountant, Claims Specialist, and Customer Relations for the last 18 years. She now supports students and teachers with many aspects of their experience with NAB College as well as serving the team with exceptional Administrative support.

Liaison Officer

Jenny Kuo, B.A., Our College benefits from attention to detail with Jenny Kuo, who works with our outreach team in the Chinese community. Fluent in English, Cantonese and Taiwanese, Ms. Kuo is able to inform non-english speaking communities about our language programs and other courses of study. Ms. Kuo possesses a background in Statistics, Information Science and Event Management.

Canada:

  • TESL Ontario
  • Lifesaving Society
  • English Centre ESL Resources
  • Chinese Community
  • French Community
  • ILSC

Europe:

  • Mbway
  • ISCOM
  • IPAC

India:

  • Prasad Technology
  • Prasad Hotel & Management
  • Private recruiters

North Africa:

  • Algeria: Errazi school

Middle East

  • NAB Nafaa
  • AjmalOtla
  • New Vision Training Centre
  • British Scholl
  • Sharjah Education School in relations

To become partner with our college email us at info@nabcollege.ca

Our school is a registered Private Career College subject to the Private Career Colleges Act of 2005, and the courses and programs we offer have been approved by the Superintendent of Private Career Colleges. Our refund and cancellation policies strictly follow prescribed regulations set out by Ontario Regulation 415/06 for Private Colleges.

OUR REFUND POLICY
Things change, life happens, and sometimes we have to change our plans. Our cancellation and refund policies clearly outline how we deal with refunds and cancellations. We always think it’s good to read these things before you need it, so we have our policy published below.

FULL REFUNDS
We will refund all the fees paid by a student under a contract for the provision of a vocational program in the following circumstances:

  • The contract is rescinded (cancelled) by a student within two (2) days of receiving a copy of the contract;
  • In the unlikely event that our college discontinues a program before the student completes the program
  • In the unlikely event that our College collects registrations and fees for vocational programs before they have been approved by the Superintendent of Private Colleges and other stipulations under the Private Colleges Act of 2005 and sub-section 44 (3) of the Ontario Regulations.
  • The College expels a student from a class, or program for reasons that are contrary to NAB’s Expulsion Policy;
  • If the contract is rendered void under subsection 18 (2) or Section 22 of the Act.
  • If we fail to provide the Services advertised and offered by our College, or if we deviate from the itemized course fees approved by the Superintendent of Private Colleges in the case of an item not provided by the college, the full amount of the fee for the item, and in the case of a fee in excess of the amount of the fee provided for the item, the difference between the amount of the fee for the item provided to the Superintendent and the fee collected.
  • A full refund is not payable in the circumstances described above if the discontinuance of the vocational program coincides with the unlikely event that our College ceases to operate.
  • A refund is not payable under paragraphs 1 to 6 of subsection (1) unless the student gives the private career college a written demand for the refund.
  • A refund under is payable by to the student within 30 days of the day the student delivers to the college, a written demand for the refund, where the refund complies with the Cancellation and Refund Policy of the College as well as the rules outlined in the Ontario Regulation 415/06 and the Private Colleges Act.

PARTIAL REFUNDS
Our College offers partial refunds to students where reasonable circumstances prevent the completion of program. Students are eligible for a partial refund when a student does not commence (start) the course or program, but has been admitted to a vocational course or program and has paid the fees, provided the student:

  • Gives our College notice that he or she is withdrawing from the program before the day the vocational program commences;
  • Is admitted to a vocational program on the condition that the student meets specified admission requirements before the day the program commences, the student fails to meet the requirements before that day;
  • Does not attend the program during the first 14 days that follow the day the program commenced and the college gives written notice to the student that it is cancelling the contract no later than 45 days after the day the program has commenced;
  • The amount of a refund shall be an amount that is equal to the full amount paid by the student for the vocational program, less an amount equal to the lesser of 20 per cent of the full amount of the fee and $500.

A refund is payable in accordance with Ontario Regulations,

  • Within 30 days of the day the student gives notice of withdrawing from the program;
  • Within 30 days of the day the vocational program commences; and
  • In the event our College wishes to cancel a contract, we shall give written notice of the cancellation to the other party to the contract within 45 days of the day the vocational program commences.

PARTIAL REFUNDS: Non-Vocational Programs
Partial refunds are offered when a student withdraws from a course or program, or has been expelled after the program has started. In the event that this happens, our College shall give a student who commences a vocational program a refund of part of the fees paid in respect of the program if, at a time during the program it is determined that;

  • a) The student withdraws from the program after the program has commenced; or
  • b) The student is expelled from the program in circumstances where the expulsion is permitted under our expulsion policy.
  • d) We shall pay a partial refund under this section only if the withdrawal or expulsion from the vocational program occurs at a time during the program determined in accordance with the following rules:

PARTIAL REFUNDS: Vocational Programs
In accordance with Ontario Regulations, when vocational program that is less than 12 months in duration, the withdrawal or expulsion occurs during the first half of the program; or in the case of a vocational program that is 12 months or more in duration;

  • For the first 12 months in the duration of the program and for every subsequent full 12 months in the program, the withdrawal or expulsion occurs during the first six months of that 12-month period, and
  • For any period in the duration of the vocational program remaining after the last 12-month period referred to in subparagraph i has elapsed, the withdrawal or expulsion occurs in the first half of the period.
  • If the student withdraws or is expelled from a vocational program within the first half of a period referred to in subsection (3), the amount of the refund that the private career college shall pay the student shall be equal to the full amount of the fees paid in respect of the program less,
  • An amount that is equal to the lesser of 20 per cent of the full amount of the fees in respect of the program and $500; and
  • The portion of the fees in respect of the portion of the period that had elapsed at the time of the withdrawal or expulsion.
  • If the student withdraws or is expelled from a vocational program during the second half of a period referred to in subsection (3), the private career college is not required to pay the student any refund in respect of that period.
  • A private career college shall refund the full amount of fees paid in respect of a period that had not yet commenced at the time of the withdrawal or expulsion.

PAYMENT OF REFUNDS
Partial Refunds are offered to students of vocational programs that are offered by mail, on the internet or other means. Our Partial Refund policy is as follows:

REFUND AMMOUNTS
The amount of the refund that a private career college shall give a student under subsection (1) of Ontario Regulation 415/06 shall be determined in accordance with the following rules:

  • Determine the total number of segments in the vocational program for which an evaluation is required;
  • Of the total number of program segments determined under paragraph 1, determine the number of segments in respect of which an evaluation has been returned to the student;
  • The amount of the refund that the private career college shall pay the student shall be equal to the full amount of the fees paid in respect of the program less;
  • An amount that is equal to the lesser of 20 per cent of the full amount of the fees in respect of the program and $500, an
  • The portion of the fees in respect of the number of segments determined under paragraph 2.

NAB College is not required to give a student any refund if the student, at the time of withdrawal or expulsion, has been evaluated in respect of more than half of the total number of segments in the program.

PARTIAL REFUNDS: Non-Continuous Programs
This section applies to a vocational program approved by the Superintendent to be provided through a fixed number of hours of instruction over an indeterminate period of time.

A private career college shall give a student who commences a vocational program referred to in subsection (1) a refund of part of the fees paid in respect of the program if, before completing the required number of hours of instruction;

  • The student has given the college notice that he or she is withdrawing from the program; or
  • The student is expelled from the program in circumstances where the expulsion is permitted under our expulsion policy.

The amount of the refund that our College shall give a student shall be equal to the full amount of the fees paid in respect of the program less,

  • an amount that is equal to the lesser of 20 per cent of the full amount of the fees in respect of the program and $500; and
  • a portion of the fees in respect of the program that is proportional to the number of hours of instruction that have elapsed at the time of the withdrawal or expulsion.
  • A private career college is not required to give a student any refund if the student, at the time of withdrawal or expulsion, has completed more than half of the required number of hours of instruction in a program.

NO RETENTION OF REFUND
Our College shall not retain, by way of deduction or set-off, any refund of fees payable to a student in order to recover an amount owed by the student in respect of any service or program other than a vocational program offered by the private career college.

TREATMENT OF BOOKS AND EQUIPMENT
In calculating a refund our College may retain the retail cost of books or equipment that the private career college supplied to the student if the student;

  • Fails to return the books or equipment to the private career college within 10 days of the student’s withdrawal or expulsion from the program, or
  • Returns the books or equipment to the private career college within the 10-day period referred to clause (a), but fails to return it unopened or in the same state it was in when supplied.

REFUND FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
If we are notified by or on behalf of an international student that the student has not been issued a temporary resident visa as a member of the student class under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) is deemed to be,

  • notice of a rescission of the contract for the purposes of section 36 of the Act if the notice is given within two days of receiving a copy of the contract; and
  • notice that the student is withdrawing from the program for the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection 26 (1) or clause 29 (2) (a) if the notice is received on or before half of the duration of the program has elapsed.

CURRENCY
All refunds will be paid in Canadian Dollars.

Why NAB College?

  • We offer a recognized Qualification Programs
  • We can customize off site group programs for companies
  • We cater for Canadian & International (Class A) Students
  • We provide Instruction in both official languages (English & French)
  • We accommodate on-the-job Qualification Programs as well as Campus Training

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Programs

Accounting and Payroll Technician Diploma

Our program is designed to prepare and provide students with relevant workplace experience and in-depth knowledge imperative to developing a successful career in their desired accounting and payroll file.

Students will be exposed to 12 accredited modules within 9.5 months including one month practicum.

Learners will gain knowledge and expertise in the most recent Softwares in accounting and payroll such as QuickBooks, Sage 300 ERP, Taxes, Financial, Human resources, business writing skills, Microsoft, and payroll system.

Our program make our student stronger as accounting and payroll technician and apply for membership with Canadian Payroll Association.

This program will be completed optionally with the following package of certificates:

  • Auditing.12 Hours.
  • Forensic Accounting. 12 Hours.
  • Business Communication Skills. 25 Hours.
  • Leadership Management and Diversity. 20 Hours.
  • Contract Negotiation. 4 Hours.
  • Customer Services.20 Hours.
  • Collection Services. 20 Hours.
  • Occupational Safety and Health (OSH). 4 Hours.
  • Conflict Resolution and Mediation. 4 Hours.
  • Anti-Money Laundry Stage 1. 12 Hours.

An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, or

  • Students are 18 years of age or older and pass a CAAT qualifying test

NAB has a track record of producing in demand graduates. Graduates are high in demand and quickly find careers in the business sector such as:

  • Corporate Accountant
  • Account Supervisor
  • Cost Analyst
  • Auditor
  • Financial Analyst
  • Credit Analyst
  • Office administrator and Financial
  • Payroll Supervisor

Medical Office Administration

  • Thorough and extensive program with relevant administrative and high-level technological skills to meet the demands of the current and emerging health care system.
  • Medical Office Administrators are Front Office Professionals, play an important role in the healthcare system.
  • They perform administrative and clerical tasks to keep the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners running smoothly.
  • This program comes with combined programs such as: CSR (customer service representative), Palliative Care and Collection Services
  • This program prepares graduates to assume responsibility for assisting in medical and health-related offices. The positions may include assisting medical practitioners to keep the office operating effectively, or assisting in the many offices or departments of hospitals or health care facilities.
  • As a skilled Medical Office Admin may find work in a wide variety of interesting healthcare settings such as doctors’ offices, hospitals, medical clinics, pharmaceutical companies, government health agencies and a variety of other medical office settings.

Duration 39 weeks ( 9 months)

  • The Canadian Healthcare Industry
  • The Medical Office Administration Program
  • Medicine, Ethics and Law
  • Interpersonal Skills and Human Behaviour
  • Professional Behaviours in the Workplace
  • Telephone Techniques
  • Computer Concepts 1 (Keyboarding)
  • Computer Concepts 2 (Microsoft Office)

Admission Requirements

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma or the equivalent, or
  • 18 years of age or over, you may apply as a mature student and write an entrance exam.
  • Ontario grade 12 English or equivalent.
  • CAAT Test with 60% score as a minimum.

Typical job titles in this field include:

  • Medical Office Admin
  • Medical Secretary
  • Medical Billing Clerk
  • Medical Billing Secretary
  • Medical Office Administrator
  • Medical Receptionist
  • Clinical Assistant
  • Ward Secretary
  • Booking Clerk

Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)

The NABSL College TESL program will prepare you for an exciting career teaching English as a Second Language. In this program, you will learn the theories and methods for teaching ESL, as well as how to teach speaking, reading, writing, listening, vocabulary and pronunciation.

After successfully completing the TESL courses, you will practice your skills in a practicum setting.

Professionally Accredited by: TESL-Ontario

Graduates of this program will earned the following:

  • NAB College Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)
  • Ontario Certified English Language Teacher (OCELT) professional designation
  • TESL Ontario Adult ESL Teacher Certificate of Accreditation
  • TESL Ontario International Certificate in Teaching English as an Additional Language

COURSE 1: THEORY

  • Foundations: 30 Hours
  • Applied linguistics: 30 Hours
  • Sociological and sociopolitical issues: 15 Hours

COURSE 2: Methodology. 155 Hours

  • Teaching Methods and Approaches: 15 Hours
  • Curriculum planning and development: 20 Hours
  • Four language skills plus vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation: 30 Hours
  • Planning lessons, exercises and activities: 25 Hours
  • Utilizing and adapting resources: 20 Hours
  • Assessment: 25 Hours
  • Teaching techniques: 20 Hours

COURSE 3: Professionalism. 20 Hours

  • ESL settings and purposes, Becoming a TESL professional: 20 Hours

COURSE 4: Practicum. 50 Hours

  • Observation in Adult ESL Contexts: 30 Hours
  • Supervised Practice Teaching in Adult ESL Contexts: 20 Hours

Admission Requirements

  • Candidate with a university degree and Proof of English Language Proficiency (ELP)
  • Candidate with Grade 12 or OSSD Equivalent along with Grade 6-12 in Canada and Proof of English Language Proficiency (ELP)

Those with a university degree and ELP will be enrolled automatically in TESL program and sign the contract of a vocational program.

Those with Grade 12 or OSSD Equivalent with Grade 6-12 in Canada, will sign a waiver and consent agreement that they won’t be granted by TESL Ontario until they obtain a bachelor degree.

At the end of the program, successful students will receive:

  • College Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Ontario Certified English Language Teacher (OCELT) professional designation
  • TESL Ontario Adult ESL Teacher Certificate of Accreditation
  • TESL Ontario International Certificate in Teaching English as an Additional Language

Artificial Intelligence

Overview

As for our curriculum for the program is as follows: 250 HOURS covering all modules

  • Introduction to FENS02 Flow
  • Conceptual graphics
  • Perceptions
  • Activation functions
  • AI programming
  • Artificial neutral network
  • Grading descent and back propagation
  • Optimization, and rationalization
  • Conventional neutral networks
  • Deep learning applications in practicum
  • Practicum 50 hours or project assignment

Admission Requirements

Career

Business Administration

Business Administrators provide support to our students to coordinate business administration procedures, perform business needs analysis, identify business opportunities and prepare business plans. They will be capable to manage and operate day-to-day business operations and preparing progress reports for analysis.

Students will have 26 modules including practicum

  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Business Communications
  • Management Fundamentals
  • Introduction to Business Law
  • Business Mathematics
  • Marketing Fundamentals
  • Accounting Fundamentals
  • Simply Accounting Sage 50
  • Financial Accounting
  • Project Management
  • Microsoft Project
  • Professional Sales
  • Business Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Digital Marketing
  • Business Writing
  • Statistics Using SPSS
  • Human Resources Management
  • Sage 300 ERP ACCPAC
  • Income Tax Fundamentals
  • QuickBooks
  • Payroll Compliance Legislation
  • Payroll Fundamentals 1
  • Payroll Fundamentals 2
  • Job Search Skills
  • Practicum

Admission Requirements

Ontario Secondary School

Diploma or equivalent or mature student (at least 18 years of age) who has successfully completed an approved qualifying test. Wonderlik test with a minimum score of 16.

Upon completion of the program, student will be expected to know and understand:

  • How to use computerized office programs like Microsoft Office in an office environment.
  • How different phone systems work, answer phone, provide customer service, take office inventory, order supplies and work with office filing systems.
  • The business language used in an office and be able to create effective reports, letters, memos and other official documents.
  • The concept of business presentation, arranging business meeting, conferences and make travel arrangements.
  • To prepare journal entries, month-end, year- end reports manually and using Simply Accounting or QuickBooks
  • To create purchase quotes, orders and invoices using Simply Accounting, or QuickBooks
  • To create sales quotes, orders and invoices using Simply Accounting or QuickBooks
  • To enter receipts, payment, deposits and bank reconciliation 9. How to work on a computer with windows operating system, store files, retrieve information and backup data (work files)
  • Search the internet, find information, send/receive e-mails, maintain electronic scheduling, using Internet Explorer and Outlook
  • Type/edit letters memos, forms, reports and other type of documents using Word
  • Create/ modify spreadsheet, use formulas, different type of functions, using Excel
  • Create/ manage information in a smaller databases software Access
  • Prepare and present presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Understand marketing concepts and how marketing affects the buying and selling of products and services.
  • Know the how and why of everyone`s role in management
  • Know how to market business using different media forms

Business

  • Introduction to Finance
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Introduction to HR
  • Customer Service
  • Collection Service
  • Audit
  • NAFTA
  • Economy of Canada
  • Policies of Canada
  • Import/Export
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Contract Negotiation
  • Childcare (Daycare) Management
  • Key Leadership Competencies
  • Business Communication Skills
  • Leadership Management and Diversity
  • Conflict Resolution and Mediation
  • Entrepreneurship and Corporation Certificate
  • Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigations

Get More Course Info

Information Technology

  • PMP Exam Preparation
  • Senior PMP

Get More Course Info

Languages

  • English as a Second Language (ESL, 8 Levels)
  • English at Work
  • Arabic for non-Arabic speakers (4 Levels)
  • Communication Skills
  • French as a Second Language (FSL, 3 Levels)
  • French at Work
  • IELTS Exam Preparation
  • TOEFL Exam Preparation

Get More Course Info

Health & Safety

  • First Aid and CPR
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • Health and Safety (OHS)
  • Health and Safety (WHMIS)
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
  • Palliative Care
  • Stress Management Relief
  • Palliative Care for Families
  • Brain Memory Exercise
  • Senior Behavior Disorder
  • Child Development Needs
  • Autism
  • Introduction to Pedagogy
  • General Psychology
  • Behavior and Disorder Behavior
  • Behavior Therapy for Anger Management
  • Evaluating and Qualifying Pharmacy License Exam Preparation
  • Home Inspection

Get More Course Info

Social

  • Introduction to Community Service
  • Employment Advisor Placement Specialist
  • Job Search and Placement

Get More Course Info

Accounting and Payroll Technician Diploma

Our program is designed to prepare and provide students with relevant workplace experience and in-depth knowledge imperative to developing a successful career in their desired accounting and payroll file.

Students will be exposed to 12 accredited modules within 9.5 months including one month practicum.

Learners will gain knowledge and expertise in the most recent Softwares in accounting and payroll such as QuickBooks, Sage 300 ERP, Taxes, Financial, Human resources, business writing skills, Microsoft, and payroll system.

Our program make our student stronger as accounting and payroll technician and apply for membership with Canadian Payroll Association.

This program will be completed optionally with the following package of certificates:

  • Auditing.12 Hours.
  • Forensic Accounting. 12 Hours.
  • Business Communication Skills. 25 Hours.
  • Leadership Management and Diversity. 20 Hours.
  • Contract Negotiation. 4 Hours.
  • Customer Services.20 Hours.
  • Collection Services. 20 Hours.
  • Occupational Safety and Health (OSH). 4 Hours.
  • Conflict Resolution and Mediation. 4 Hours.
  • Anti-Money Laundry Stage 1. 12 Hours.

An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, or

  • Students are 18 years of age or older and pass a CAAT qualifying test

NAB has a track record of producing in demand graduates. Graduates are high in demand and quickly find careers in the business sector such as:

  • Corporate Accountant
  • Account Supervisor
  • Cost Analyst
  • Auditor
  • Financial Analyst
  • Credit Analyst
  • Office administrator and Financial
  • Payroll Supervisor

Medical Office Administration

  • Thorough and extensive program with relevant administrative and high-level technological skills to meet the demands of the current and emerging health care system.
  • Medical Office Administrators are Front Office Professionals, play an important role in the healthcare system.
  • They perform administrative and clerical tasks to keep the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners running smoothly.
  • This program comes with combined programs such as: CSR (customer service representative), Palliative Care and Collection Services
  • This program prepares graduates to assume responsibility for assisting in medical and health-related offices. The positions may include assisting medical practitioners to keep the office operating effectively, or assisting in the many offices or departments of hospitals or health care facilities.
  • As a skilled Medical Office Admin may find work in a wide variety of interesting healthcare settings such as doctors’ offices, hospitals, medical clinics, pharmaceutical companies, government health agencies and a variety of other medical office settings.

Duration 39 weeks ( 9 months)

  • The Canadian Healthcare Industry
  • The Medical Office Administration Program
  • Medicine, Ethics and Law
  • Interpersonal Skills and Human Behaviour
  • Professional Behaviours in the Workplace
  • Telephone Techniques
  • Computer Concepts 1 (Keyboarding)
  • Computer Concepts 2 (Microsoft Office)

Admission Requirements

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma or the equivalent, or
  • 18 years of age or over, you may apply as a mature student and write an entrance exam.
  • Ontario grade 12 English or equivalent.
  • CAAT Test with 60% score as a minimum.

Typical job titles in this field include:

  • Medical Office Admin
  • Medical Secretary
  • Medical Billing Clerk
  • Medical Billing Secretary
  • Medical Office Administrator
  • Medical Receptionist
  • Clinical Assistant
  • Ward Secretary
  • Booking Clerk

Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)

This 300+ hour TESL DIPLOMA program is for those looking to become an Ontario Certified English Language Teacher (OCELT) to teach English in Ontario, Canada, and worldwide.

Academic Credential Issued Upon Completion: College Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)

Government approved by: Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. Professionally Accredited by: TESL Ontario and TESL Canada

Graduates of this program will have completed the TESL training requisite to receive:

  • College Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Ontario Certified English Language Teacher (OCELT) professional designation
  • TESL Ontario Adult ESL Teacher Certificate of Accreditation
  • TESL Ontario International Certificate in Teaching English as an Additional Language

COURSE 1: THEORY

  • Foundations: 30 Hours
  • Applied linguistics: 30 Hours
  • Sociological and sociopolitical issues: 15 Hours

COURSE 2: Methodology. 155 Hours

  • Teaching Methods and Approaches: 15 Hours
  • Curriculum planning and development: 20 Hours
  • Four language skills plus vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation: 30 Hours
  • Planning lessons, exercises and activities: 25 Hours
  • Utilizing and adapting resources: 20 Hours
  • Assessment: 25 Hours
  • Teaching techniques: 20 Hours

COURSE 3: Professionalism. 20 Hours

  • ESL settings and purposes, Becoming a TESL professional: 20 Hours

COURSE 4: Practicum. 50 Hours

  • Observation in Adult ESL Contexts: 30 Hours
  • Supervised Practice Teaching in Adult ESL Contexts: 20 Hours

Admission Requirements

  • Candidate with a university degree and Proof of English Language Proficiency (ELP)
  • Candidate with Grade 12 or OSSD Equivalent along with Grade 6-12 in Canada and Proof of English Language Proficiency (ELP)

Those with a university degree and ELP will be enrolled automatically in TESL program and sign the contract of a vocational program.

Those with Grade 12 or OSSD Equivalent with Grade 6-12 in Canada, will sign a waiver and consent agreement that they won’t be granted by TESL Ontario until they obtain a bachelor degree.

At the end of the program, successful students will receive:

  • College Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Ontario Certified English Language Teacher (OCELT) professional designation
  • TESL Ontario Adult ESL Teacher Certificate of Accreditation
  • TESL Ontario International Certificate in Teaching English as an Additional Language

Artificial Intelligence

Overview

As for our curriculum for the program is as follows: 250 HOURS covering all modules

  • Introduction to FENS02 Flow
  • Conceptual graphics
  • Perceptions
  • Activation functions
  • AI programming
  • Artificial neutral network
  • Grading descent and back propagation
  • Optimization, and rationalization
  • Conventional neutral networks
  • Deep learning applications in practicum
  • Practicum 50 hours or project assignment

Admission Requirements

Career

Business Administration

Business Administrators provide support to our students to coordinate business administration procedures, perform business needs analysis, identify business opportunities and prepare business plans. They will be capable to manage and operate day-to-day business operations and preparing progress reports for analysis.

Students will have 26 modules including practicum

  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Business Communications
  • Management Fundamentals
  • Introduction to Business Law
  • Business Mathematics
  • Marketing Fundamentals
  • Accounting Fundamentals
  • Simply Accounting Sage 50
  • Financial Accounting
  • Project Management
  • Microsoft Project
  • Professional Sales
  • Business Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Digital Marketing
  • Business Writing
  • Statistics Using SPSS
  • Human Resources Management
  • Sage 300 ERP ACCPAC
  • Income Tax Fundamentals
  • QuickBooks
  • Payroll Compliance Legislation
  • Payroll Fundamentals 1
  • Payroll Fundamentals 2
  • Job Search Skills
  • Practicum

Admission Requirements

Ontario Secondary School

Diploma or equivalent or mature student (at least 18 years of age) who has successfully completed an approved qualifying test. Wonderlik test with a minimum score of 16.

Upon completion of the program, student will be expected to know and understand:

  • How to use computerized office programs like Microsoft Office in an office environment.
  • How different phone systems work, answer phone, provide customer service, take office inventory, order supplies and work with office filing systems.
  • The business language used in an office and be able to create effective reports, letters, memos and other official documents.
  • The concept of business presentation, arranging business meeting, conferences and make travel arrangements.
  • To prepare journal entries, month-end, year- end reports manually and using Simply Accounting or QuickBooks
  • To create purchase quotes, orders and invoices using Simply Accounting, or QuickBooks
  • To create sales quotes, orders and invoices using Simply Accounting or QuickBooks
  • To enter receipts, payment, deposits and bank reconciliation 9. How to work on a computer with windows operating system, store files, retrieve information and backup data (work files)
  • Search the internet, find information, send/receive e-mails, maintain electronic scheduling, using Internet Explorer and Outlook
  • Type/edit letters memos, forms, reports and other type of documents using Word
  • Create/ modify spreadsheet, use formulas, different type of functions, using Excel
  • Create/ manage information in a smaller databases software Access
  • Prepare and present presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Understand marketing concepts and how marketing affects the buying and selling of products and services.
  • Know the how and why of everyone`s role in management
  • Know how to market business using different media forms

Business

  • Introduction to Finance
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Introduction to HR
  • Customer Service
  • Collection Service
  • Audit
  • NAFTA
  • Economy of Canada
  • Policies of Canada
  • Import/Export
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Contract Negotiation
  • Childcare (Daycare) Management
  • Key Leadership Competencies
  • Business Communication Skills
  • Leadership Management and Diversity
  • Conflict Resolution and Mediation
  • Entrepreneurship and Corporation Certificate
  • Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigations

Get More Course Info

Information Technology

  • PMP Exam Preparation
  • Senior PMP

Get More Course Info

Languages

  • English as a Second Language (ESL, 8 Levels)
  • English at Work
  • Arabic for non-Arabic speakers (4 Levels)
  • Communication Skills
  • French as a Second Language (FSL, 3 Levels)
  • French at Work
  • IELTS Exam Preparation
  • TOEFL Exam Preparation

Get More Course Info

Health & Safety

  • First Aid and CPR
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • Health and Safety (OHS)
  • Health and Safety (WHMIS)
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
  • Palliative Care
  • Stress Management Relief
  • Palliative Care for Families
  • Brain Memory Exercise
  • Senior Behavior Disorder
  • Child Development Needs
  • Autism
  • Introduction to Pedagogy
  • General Psychology
  • Behavior and Disorder Behavior
  • Behavior Therapy for Anger Management
  • Evaluating and Qualifying Pharmacy License Exam Preparation
  • Home Inspection
  • Vendeur en Pharmacie
  • Délégué Pharmaceutique et medical
  • Préparation à l’examen pour l’accréditation en pharmacie au Canada

Get More Course Info

Social

  • Introduction to Community Service
  • Employment Advisor Placement Specialist
  • Job Search and Placement

Get More Course Info

Admissions

*Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career College Act, 2005
The Accounting Diploma program provides students with a solid foundation of current accounting practices. Students will learn both manual and computerized accounting and computer applications. Our curriculum delivery combines instructor led lectures and computer based learning and supports active learning strategies by using case studies to demonstrate the connection between theory and practice. Evaluation methods include written and practical examinations as well as computer based projects and assignments.

Our dedicated instructors are qualified and experienced Accounting professionals.

Canadians

You can apply for any of our programs through our online portal, or if you prefer to speak to someone live, you can call the school at 1-905-997-2422 or email us at info@nabcollege.ca

International

If you are an international recruiter, please contact the College directly at info@nabcollege.ca.

If you are an individual, you will have to apply using our online platform. If you are accepted, you will receive an acceptance letter outlining the steps to take for your 6 month Class A Program for:

  • English Language Proficiency
  • Non-Vocational Program
  • Exam Preparation

If you have concerns about how to finance your education, we are here to take you through the process of financial aid and scholarship applications.

College Financial Resources:
  • Student Loans
  • Second Careers
  • Private Payment Options
  • Additional Resources
NAB College accepts the following methods of payment:
  • Pre-authorized bank withdrawal (for monthly payment plans)
  • Cheques, money orders
  • Interac e Transfer and Debit/Credit Card
  • Western Union Transfer

Monthly Payment Plan
Tuition and material costs are divided into monthly payments throughout your program. All students are automatically eligible for monthly payment plans with no credit check or co-signer required.

  • Interest-free throughout your study period
  • First payment due on first day of classes

New Immigrant Student Loan Programs
Financial assistance may be available for new immigrant students who qualify. Learn more about the Immigrant Student Loan Program.
*Some conditions may apply

Out of Province Students
Financial assistance may be available for out-of-province students who qualify. For a list of provincial offices, please visit the Government of Canada CanLearn Website.

Registered Education Savings Plans
Students who have been named a beneficiary under a family member’s Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP), may use funds from the RESP to finance their education at NAB College.

  • For more information, please contact the financial institution holding the RESP
  • To learn more, visit the Government of Canada CanLearn website

MTCU (Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities)
HRSDC Funding is available to those who qualify:

  • Those currently receiving E.I.
  • Those who received EI in the past 3 years
  • Those who qualify under the Second Career Training program
  • Laid off workers (receiving E.I. or not receiving E.I.)
  • Those who received Maternity / Paternity Claim in the past 5 years

Service Canada

  • Individuals who have a permanent disability and require a career change.

Ontario Works
Ontario Works Funding is available to those who qualify:

  • Social Assistance Recipients
  • ODSP (Ontario Disability Support Program) Recipients

WSIB Recipients

  • If qualified, those recommended by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) for Labour market re-entry training

Lifelong Learning Plan
The Canada Revenue Agency's Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) allows you to withdraw amounts from your RRSP’s to finance your education. For more information visit the Canada Revenue Agency website.

  • Available for you or your spouse (or common law partner)
  • You may withdraw up to $10,000 per year to a maximum of $20,000

Student Lines of Credit
Most major banks and credit unions offer student lines of credit to finance post-secondary education. Please visit your financial institution to find out more information.

Employer and Union Sponsored Education Programs
Some employers and unions provide education assistance and tuition reimbursement programs for employees and children of employees. Check with your employer or your parent’s employers, to see if they offer any education assistance or tuition reimbursement programs that you may qualify for.

Employment Ontario
The Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) administers programs, such as Employment Ontario, to assist individuals who are unemployed or who have qualified for Employment Insurance. Students may qualify for postsecondary education financing through Employment Ontario or other programs managed by MTCU.

For more information, speak to a NAB College at 905.997.2422 or call Employment Ontario at 1-800-387-5656.

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Summer Camp for International Students

This program caters to students and people making decisions about their education the opportunity to study in our beautiful, peaceful, multicultural nation

International ESL Summer Camps

Is Canada right for you? We provide summer orientation programs to introduce you to our Certificate and Diploma programs, student life in Canada, and help you find the answers you need to make good choices about your future

International ESL Summer Camps

At NAB College, you’ll have a wide range of certificate program to choose from. You’ll be able to pick a standardized or customized course with the support of one of our counsellors. The best part, after studying, NAB College will help you visit some of the most desirable tourists destination in the Toronto area. The Benefits of studying with NAB College over the summer are countless, but here are a few anyways:

  • NAB will support in finding housing accommodations
  • Take certificate-based program during the summer
  • Experience the World Class City of Toronto. NAB College supports students by going with them to multiple tourist attractions and nightlife.
  • All inclusive (NAB College’s International Student Package includes Airport pick up/drop off, housing accommodations, meals and entertainment)

English as a Second Language

We provide students from all over the world accredited english language training with teachers that will support your learning.

English as a Second Language

Want to learn English? NAB college is the place for you. You’ll have access to professional teachers that will support you in the learning of the English language.

We specialize in having smaller classroom size, to ensure that all students get the required one on attention. A majority of our International Students spend the summer in Toronto learning English, while experiencing the culture at the same time. It’s a fantastic opportunity to learn English and be a tourist.

For local students, we have fixable class, also offered in the evening. This was you can learn English within your own person schedule. Our professional teachers ensure that students learning English quickly, while also having fun!

Learn to Communicate
Learn the fundamentals of the English language
Flexible Scheduling
Our course schedules are built around you!
Working with Peers
We pride ourselves in creating an interactive and fun classroom environment!

Travel and Study in Canada

Whether it is to enroll in a Diploma or Certificate-based program during the summer, or throughout the year, NAB College is a great institution to study with.

Travel & Study in Canada

NAB College has developed a history of welcoming international student, who wish to study in Canada.

Our Advantages

  • Acquire a Diploma in less than a year, from a recognized Canadian College
  • NAB will support in finding housing accommodations
  • Take certificate-based program during the summer
  • Experience the World Class City of Toronto. NAB College supports students by going with them to multiple tourist attractions and nightlife.
  • All inclusive (NAB College’s International Student Package includes Airport pick up/drop off, housing accommodations, meals and entertainment)
Accommodation
We will provide housing accommodations for International Students
Pick Your Course
Select the certificate that you are the most interested in!
Be a Tourist
We will help you explore Toronto's many tourist attractions and nightlife.

International ESL Summer Camps

At NAB College, you’ll have a wide range of certificate program to choose from. You’ll be able to pick a standardized or customized course with the support of one of our counsellors. The best part, after studying, NAB College will help you visit some of the most desirable tourists destination in the Toronto area. The Benefits of studying with NAB College over the summer are countless, but here are a few anyways:

  • NAB will support in finding housing accommodations
  • Take certificate-based program during the summer
  • Experience the World Class City of Toronto. NAB College supports students by going with them to multiple tourist attractions and nightlife.
  • All inclusive (NAB College’s International Student Package includes Airport pick up/drop off, housing accommodations, meals and entertainment)

English as a Second Language

Want to learn English? NAB college is the place for you. You’ll have access to professional teachers that will support you in the learning of the English language.

We specialize in having smaller classroom size, to ensure that all students get the required one on attention. A majority of our International Students spend the summer in Toronto learning English, while experiencing the culture at the same time. It’s a fantastic opportunity to learn English and be a tourist.

For local students, we have fixable class, also offered in the evening. This was you can learn English within your own person schedule. Our professional teachers ensure that students learning English quickly, while also having fun!

Learn to Communicate
Learn the fundamentals of the English language
Flexible Scheduling
Our course schedules are built around you!
Working with Peers
We pride ourselves in creating an interactive and fun classroom environment!

Travel & Study in Canada

NAB College has developed a history of welcoming international student, who wish to study in Canada.

Our Advantages

  • Acquire a Diploma in less than a year, from a recognized Canadian College
  • NAB will support in finding housing accommodations
  • Take certificate-based program during the summer
  • Experience the World Class City of Toronto. NAB College supports students by going with them to multiple tourist attractions and nightlife.
  • All inclusive (NAB College’s International Student Package includes Airport pick up/drop off, housing accommodations, meals and entertainment)
Accommodation
We will provide housing accommodations for International Students
Pick Your Course
Select the certificate that you are the most interested in!
Be a Tourist
We will help you explore Toronto's many tourist attractions and nightlife.

We train your employees

NAB provides opportunities for companies to enrich their businesses with enhanced employee training.

Did you know that you can apply for a government grant to enrich the capacity and qualifications of your employees? We provide catered services for companies wishing to participate in the Canada Ontario Jobs Grant program.

Skilled Training
Trained employees improve job satisfaction, performance as well as improving competitiveness for the business.
Grant Support
We will help you determine if you are eligible for employee training grants, which can be found here.
Catered Training
We provide on-the-job training, off campus training and for groups of 8 or over we can offer scheduling times that work around your business hours.

Special Needs - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Workers and Job Seekers in Special Needs Rehabilitation Centers and Schools.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Behavior & Disorder Behavior - 12 hours
  • Autism - 4 hours
  • Communication Skills in Education - 30 hours
  • Child Development Needs - 20 hours
  • Introduction to Pedagogy - 22 hours
  • First Aid & CPR - 18 hours
  • Stress Management Relief - 4 hours
  • General Psychology - 20 hours
  • Duration

    130 Hours = 22 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Seniors - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Workers and Job Seekers in Senior Homes.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Palliative Care - 36 hours
  • Palliative Care for families - 4 hours
  • Brain Memory Exercises - 4 hours
  • Senior Behavior Disorder - 4 hours
  • Introduction to Community Service - 20 hours
  • First Aid & CPR - 18 hours
  • Customer Service - 20 hours
  • General Psychology - 20 hours
  • Duration

    126 Hours = 21 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Daycare - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Workers and Job Seekers in Daycare and Childcare Centers.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Childcare (Daycare) Management - 30 hours
  • WHMIS - 4 hours
  • Introduction to Pedagogy - 22 hours
  • Child Development Needs - 20 hours
  • First Aid & CPR - 18 hours
  • General Psychology - 20 hours
  • Communication Skills in Education - 30 hours
  • Duration

    144 Hours = 24 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

New Managers - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: New managers with non-managerial background.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Introduction to HR - 36 hours
  • Introduction to Finance - 20 hours
  • Introduction to Accounting - 20 hours
  • Leadership Management and Diversity - 20 hours
  • Business Communication Skills - 25 hours
  • Contract Negotiation - 4 hours
  • Duration

    125 Hours = 21 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Accountants - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Accountants

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Auditing - 12 hours
  • Forensic Accounting - 12 hours
  • Business Communication Skills - 25 hours
  • Leadership Management and Diversity - 20 hours
  • Duration

    69 Hours = 12 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Entry Level Office Worker, Transport, Warehouse, Fase Courier (DHL, FEDEX, ETC.) - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Entry Level Office Workers and Job seekers.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Customer Services - 20 hours
  • Collection Services - 20 hours
  • English at Work - 30 hours
  • Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) - 4 hours
  • Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) - 4 hours
  • Duration

    78 Hours = 13 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Employment Centers - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Employees at Employment Centers.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Customer Services - 20 hours
  • Introduction to HR - 36 hours
  • English at Work - 30 hours
  • Business Communication Skills - 25 hours
  • Introduction to Community Service - 20 hours
  • Employment Advisor Placement Specialist - 18 hours
  • General Psychology - 20 hours
  • Duration

    169 Hours = 29 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Emergency Room Doctors - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Doctors at Emergency Room.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Cardiac Advance Life Support (CALS) - 14 hours
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) - 14 hours
  • Duration

    28 Hours = 5 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Licensed Pharmacist - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: B.Sc. Pharmacy Graduates from Colleges and Universities outside Canada And B.Sc. Pharmacy Graduates from Inside Canada.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Qualifying Exam - For International Graduates - 150 hours
  • Evaluating Exam - For Canadian & International Graduates - 100 hours
  • Duration

    250 Hours = 42 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Front Line Employees - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Receptions, Customer Service, Collection Service, Sales Representatives.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Customer Services - 20 hours
  • Collection Service - 20 hours
  • Introduction to Finance - 20 hours
  • Anti-Money Laundry Stage 1 - 12 hours
  • Duration

    72 Hours = 12 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Emoloyees And Account Managers - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Finance and Account Managers

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Introduction to Finance - 20 hours
  • Anti-Money Laundry Stage I & II - 18 hours
  • Introduction to Project Management - 12 hours
  • Business Loan Analysis - 12 hours
  • Duration

    62 Hours = 11 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes

Management Skills - Intensive Package

Who is that package for: Employees and Managers.

Certificates Included in this Package

  • Stress Management Relief - 4 hours
  • Leadership Management and Diversity - 20 hours
  • Auditing - 12 hours
  • Business Communication Skills - 12 hours
  • Contract Negotiation - 4 hours
  • Conflict Resolution and Mediation - 4 hours
  • Duration

    56 Hours = 10 Days
  • Certifcation

    Yes
3rd Party/Corporate program
  • Pre- apprenticeship training for construction and maintenance electrician
  • Pre- apprenticeship for planning
  • Vue Js Certificate training
  • Custom broker training services
  • Inventory
  • Fraud investigation and forensic accounting training
  • Mental Health Services and Neuro-Psychopathology Assessment
Second Career

Are You Laid Off And Looking For A New Career? NAB College And Second Careers Can Help

Second Careers of Ontario government program will pay your tuition and get you back to work. NAB College has worked with many students going through the Second Careers application process and has representatives available to assist you. NAB College offers a wide range of training and education options for second career.

Second Careers Ontario Eligibility

  • Have been laid off on or after January 1, 2001
  • Are unemployed or working in a ‘survival’ job
  • Are interested in going back to school for an occupation that is in demand in Ontario
Other Factors
Second Careers Ontario funds training that will support individuals looking for work in high demand occupations in Ontario. The training provided depends on:
  • Length of time actively job searching
  • Length of time unemployed
  • Highest level of education
  • Type of training you are interested in
  • Type of work you are trained for
  • Past work experience
  • Current financial situation
Second Careers Ontario Assessment Centres
  • Employment and Training Services Centre
  • New Canadians’ Centre of Excellence Inc.
  • Employment Assessment Centre
  • The Unemployed Help Centre
  • College Boreal
For more information you may visit Second Career Website
Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG)

NAB College is pleased to assist employers with their Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) applications.

The COJG provides direct financial support for employers - small, medium and large businesses to deliver short –term training to existing and new employees. This grant program allows employers to choose both the training that meets their workforce development needs and the individuals to be trained.

COJG is a shared investment between employers and the government. Up to $10,000 grant per person trained may be available to employers to re-skill employees in Ontario and bridging skills gaps.

COJG Quick Facts

  • The Government provides up to $10,000 per person for training costs.
  • Employers must contribute 1/3 of the total costs with some additional flexibility for small businesses to provide in-kind contributions*
  • Training must be less than 1 year, and be delivered by an eligible, third party trainer.
  • Employers are required to complete an application and submit it on-line in order for funding to be considered.

*Employers with 50 or fewer employees are required to contribute a minimum of 1/3 towards the training costs of each individual participating in training funded through COJG. A minimum of one-half of their one-third must be in cash and applied towards eligible training costs.

The remainder can be made in-kind through wages paid to individuals while they participate in training. COJG will cover the remaining contribution up to a maximum of 10,000 per employee trained.

Employers with 50 or more employees are required to contribute a minimum of 1/3 of training costs in cash.

Please visit COJG site to download an application and learn how you can apply for a grant.

FAQ

Our Answers to your Frequently asked Questions

How long will it take for me to receive a response to my application, and how do you communicate your decision?
Once we have received your online application with all required supporting documents, it will take from 1 to 2 weeks to process your application. You will receive our decision by email or by mail depending on your mailing address. All offers being sent to addresses outside of Canada are sent by courier.
When do programs start?
Some program are weekly, some are monthly – We offer rolling start dates for all of our programs, meaning we have intakes of new students on a regular basis. please contact us to know which programs are you interest in.
Can I apply for more than one program?
Yes you can. You will be entering into a separate enrolment contract for each program that you enroll for.
Do I need a visa to study in Canada?
We have short term program that last less than 6 months. Most foreign students will need a study permit to study in Canada for duration of more than 6 months. In addition, students coming from certain countries need a visa or eTA to enter Canada.
What are the prerequisites to enroll in NAB College?
The prerequisites required to enroll in a program are Grade 12 or mature student status (over 19). Applicants must successfully complete admissions requirement set program by program and interview along with an entrance assessment if applicable.
Do I need to Study ESL - English as Second Language Program?
The only student's who hail from a country not recognized as having English as it is the primary language of education, and cannot submit proof of a sufficient score in a recognized English As Second Language _ ESL place test will be required to study ESL.
Are the programs recognized nationally and internationally?
The curriculums for our program are based on Ontario provincial ministry of education core curriculum guidelines which are recognised worldwide.
What qualification do your instructors have?
Our instructors all have a university degree and a TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) certified. Many of them have Master or even Doctor Degree. All of them have years of teaching experience , or at least 10 years of experience in the industry.
How good is the public transportation system and parking for private car for NAB College?
Our college location is widely connected through miway public transport service which is connected to many transits. We have many parking spaces on first cum – first serve basis.
What is the night-life like in Toronto/Mississauga and what are the places to visit nearby?
The night-life in Toronto is enjoyable and safe. There are many nightclubs, pubs or bars to meet your need and taste. For those that want to do something other than drinking Toronto has movie theatres, live music and live sports. Niagara Falls is one of the major tourist attractions to visit other than the city.

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