Why pursue a career in healthcare?
The Healthcare industry in Canada is enormous and it is continuing to expand. Dental offices, hospitals, and medical offices have plenty of job opportunities. This career is both secure and allows you to make a difference in others’ lives. Working in an environment where you can help and care for others will bring you a sense of fulfilment. Study in an AOLCC Healthcare program to qualify for jobs and open up the doors to a
rewarding career in Healthcare.
Explore our healthcare programs in British Columbia
Health Care Assistant
This program is designed to provide the knowledge and practical skills training required for an employment-ready trained graduate as a Health Care Assistant / Long Term Care Aide / Resident Care Aide.
Medical Administrative Assistant
The goal of this program is to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of office procedures, communications, word processing, terminology and medical billing.
Medical Office Assistant
This program is designed to provide employment-ready and comprehensively trained graduates. Successful graduates will earn the Certified Medical Assisting Professional (CMAP) designation in addition to their diploma.
Medical Office Assistant with Unit Clerk
The Medical Office Assistant with Unit Clerk Diploma program provides students with the base knowledge, skills, and work experience to become permanently employable in a medical setting.
Medical Office Front Desk Assistant
The Medical Office Front Desk Assistant Certificate program is designed to provide students with basic keyboarding, word processing, medical language, and administrative skills required for employment as a medical office front desk assistant.
What will I learn in a healthcare training course with AOLCC?
Course studies vary depending on the program but will teach students the fundamentals for their careers. Students might learn how to use Microsoft Office, administration skills, and office procedures. These skills prepare them to operate in a Healthcare administration setting. Students might also study first aid (and receive CPR certification), learn how to care for a client and study medical terminology. This training will set you up for a successful career in Healthcare.
Careers after studying healthcare with AOLCC
There are many job possibilities after training in Healthcare. Depending on which program you choose to study, you could find many different jobs, including:
- Medical receptionist
- Veterinary administrative assistant
- Dental administrative assistant
- Health unit coordinator
- Healthcare assistant
Salary range for careers in healthcare
Salaries in Healthcare vary depending on the company, exact job position, and experience. AOLCC graduates working in a healthcare office capacity can expect to earn about $34,125 to $45,290. Graduates studying to be health care assistants can expect to make between $39,000 – and $72,000.
Why choose a healthcare training course with AOLCC?
AOLCC truly cares about helping you train and find a career in Healthcare. We use a unique multi-modality studies system, the integrated learning system (ILS). This system supports learning with hands-on studies, graphics, videos, listening and reading.
We offer a friendly environment and encourage students in their training. All students receive personalized support from an on-campus learning coach during their studies.
We are with you every step of the way. We will teach you training skills for your chosen career. After graduation, our job placement assistance will help you in your job search.
AOLCC has locations across Canada! With locations from British Columbia to Prince Edward Island, we are Canada’s largest career college network.
How can you get started?
Contact one of our admissions advisors today and they will get in touch with you to discuss the program of your choice. Taking the first step will allow you to start training for your future career possibilities!
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