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Main Connect News Vancouver Career College Introduces Two New Programs in British Columbia

Vancouver Career College Introduces Two New Programs in British Columbia

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Vancouver, BC – June 14, 2017 – Vancouver Career College has just introduced two new programs at campuses across the province. If you’re interested in pursuing a new career in design or finance, you can now enroll in the Computer-Aided Design and Drafting Specialist or Computerized Accounting and Bookkeeping programs.


Experience the convenience and flexibility of learning online with the Computerized Accounting and Bookkeeping program. In this 12-week course, you’ll build a solid foundation in accounting and bookkeeping theory and practice and become familiar with the software used in the industry, including QuickBooks and Sage 50. Enroll today to get the training you need to be ready for a career as an accounting manager, bookkeeper, and more.


The Computer-Aided Design and Drafting Specialist program will teach you the fundamentals of technical mathematics and communications needed to work as a draftsperson. You’ll become proficient using computer-aided design tools, which are being used with increased frequency in the areas of architecture, engineering, interior design, construction, and more. In less than a year, you’ll finish the program ready to launch a career in the in-demand areas of drafting and design.


Vancouver Career College is now accepting applications for both the Computerized Accounting and Bookkeeping and Computer-Aided Design and Drafting Specialist programs.  For more information, fill out the Request Information form to your right.


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