Discover Loyalist Program Webinars

Begin your journey to your career destination by signing up for one of our live webinars.

Ask questions and get answers! You’ll hear from program experts who can provide insight into what it’s like to study at #DestinationLoyalist. More than 65% of our programs offer hands-on, small class learning. Select your desired program webinar and click the link to register. 


Skilled Trades

Date: Wednesday, Jan. 20

Time: 10 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: Learn how you'll gain skills in welding, fabrication, detailing and millwrighting that you can use across the country, from coast to coast, in virtually any industry.

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Date: Wednesday, Jan. 27

Time: 11 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details:

This session will focus on an apprenticeship and three programs:

  • Automotive Service Technician Apprenticeship
  • Motive Power Fundamentals – Parts & Counter Personnel
  • Motive Power Technician – Service & Management

Train for a career in the fast-paced and ever-changing automotive field with expertise that can be applied to motive power trades such as heavy equipment, small engine, marine, power sport, truck and coach and agricultural technician.

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Date: Thursday, Feb. 11

Time: 9:00 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details:

This session will focus on two programs:

  • Electrical Techniques
  • Electrical Engineering Technician – Industrial

As our dependence on electricity grows, so too does the demand for skilled electrical workers. Electrical Techniques students are introduced to electrical principles and building construction wiring while technician students advance into industrial automation and PLC programming, preparing for tomorrow's trends in next-generation robotics.

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Date: Thursday, Feb. 11

Time: 10:30 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: As IT is essential to the success of both small and large enterprises, skilled Computer Engineering Technician professionals are in high demand. Learn the specialized skills needed to develop, operate, troubleshoot and maintain computer and network systems.

 

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Biosciences

Date: Wednesday, Jan 20

Time: 11 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: This session will focus on three programs:

Biotechnology/Biotechnology – Advanced

  • Biotechnology plays a critical role in the battles against hunger, disease and pollution. It is used in developing precision medicines and gene therapies, environmental decontamination to restore polluted spaces and engineering crops to improve their yield and nutrition.

Chemical Engineering Technician/Technologist

  • Chemical engineering technicians and technologists are at the heart of many growing fields, from leading-edge research around alternative fuels to protecting the safety of our food and water supply. Prepare for an exciting career working in high-tech labs with real-world results.

Environmental Technician/Technologist

  • We share one planet. Bioremediation techniques can restore contaminated environments and reclaim them for farmland, wildlife habitats and the earth’s increasing population. Choose a career where you can make an impact.

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Date: Friday, Jan 22

Time: 10 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details:

Begin your journey to your career destination by signing up for this program webinar!

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Session Details: During this session, you'll learn about Loyalist’s one-year Cannabis Applied Science graduate certificate program. The legalization of cannabis has created a burgeoning cannabis job market, both within Canada and internationally. Develop the in-depth skills needed to support cannabis product development, inform process optimization, and address natural product quality, consistency and safety within this emerging industry.

Graduates are prepared to work in a range of roles in the evolving cannabis industry and natural product sector including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Cannabis quality assurance manager
  • Lead processing technician
  • Formulation chemist

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Building Sciences

Date: Thursday January 21

Time: 3 pm

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: During this session, you’ll learn about the following programs:

  • Civil Engineering Technician
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Survey Engineering Technician
  • Construction Engineering Technician

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Health & Wellness

Date: Friday, Jan. 29

Time: 2 pm

Session Length: 60 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: In this one-hour panel discussion, you’ll hear from faculty from the following programs: Fitness & Health Promotion More and more, people are looking to make the most of their exercise experiences with workouts that get results and are engaging and fun. Qualified fitness and health professionals help people lead better, longer lives through healthy, active lifestyles. Recreation & Leisure Services – Sports Our busy days are often highly scheduled, making it essential that quality wellness and recreation services are available within our community. Recreation and sport professionals help build healthy communities and develop programs for individuals of all ages. Occupational Therapist Assistant & Physiotherapist Assistant Occupational therapist and physiotherapist assistants (OT/PTAs) support individuals in achieving optimal mobility and daily functioning. Prepare for a rewarding career helping people of all ages and abilities improve their quality of life.

 

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Community Service

Date: Monday, Jan. 25

Time: 10 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: Early childhood education is a profession that offers a rewarding career and a wide range of employment opportunities. Registered early childhood educators are committed to supporting young children, their families and communities in settings designed to build and maintain inclusive, responsive relationships that support holistic development, optimal learning and well-being.

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Date: Tuesday, Jan. 26

Time: 12 pm

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: As a developmental services worker (DSW), you will assist people with disabilities to live as valued, contributing members of the community. By providing support and advocacy, you will work towards full inclusion for the betterment of the entire community. The program curriculum promotes individualized and inclusive approaches, reflective of innovative practices in the field.

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Date: Thursday, Jan. 28

Time: 1:30 pm

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: Child and youth care practitioners offer life-changing support to vulnerable children and youth. Prepare for a rewarding career helping young people by engaging with them in their everyday lives, building on their strengths, and empowering them to make positive changes. As a child and youth care practitioner, you have the opportunity to help youth find their own voice and make a profound difference in their lives.

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Public Safety

Date: Tuesday, Jan. 26

Time: 1 pm

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: In this session, you’ll learn about two programs: Paralegal Many people are overwhelmed by the justice system and the cost of legal representation. Paralegals help their clients navigate through the process and answer key questions. Licensed paralegals can also represent their clients in court. The Law Society of Ontario accredits this program. Law Clerk Advanced Gain the specialized skills and knowledge needed to become a law clerk. This program is best suited for graduates of a paralegal program accredited by the Law Society of Ontario.

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Date: Wednesday, Jan. 27

Session Length: 10 am

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January 2022

Session Details: Firefighters are on the front line of emergency response and are an integral part of any community, contributing to public safety, fire awareness and education. Learn the skills and knowledge to prepare you for success in the fast-paced and rewarding field of firefighting with this program, which conforms to the requirements for the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001.

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Date: Wednesday Jan. 27

Time: 6 pm

Session Length: 60 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: In this one-hour panel discussion, you’ll hear from faculty from the following programs:

Community & Justice Services Community and justice services professionals often work with clients who find themselves at a crossroads. They work within the justice system – focusing on keeping people out of it through prevention, intervention and rehabilitation. Help build stronger, safer communities by helping people at risk gain the skills and support they need to make positive life choices.

Customs Border Services Customs compliance and border security have emerged as areas of national focus in public safety and global trade. Train for a career in this dynamic segment of the Canadian economy. Learn with leaders in virtual learning environments – Loyalist’s border simulations have been used by the Canada Border Services Agency to train new recruits.

Police Foundations Police officers make our communities a better place. They do this by preventing crime, enforcing laws and improving the quality of life for all. Loyalist's program prepares you to be a great candidate for police services. To help you get started and make connections, Loyalist Police Foundations provides eligible students with experience, observing police officers in action, at their side.

Protection, Security & Investigation There has been such rapid growth in the fields of public and private safety that industry training can’t keep up with the demand for qualified professionals. Extensive hands-on training will prepare you for a wide range of careers in security, enforcement, investigations, inspection, risk assessment and emergency planning.

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Access

Date: Thursday, February 4

Time: 5 pm

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: September 2021

Campus: Belleville

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Session Details: Not sure which career path to follow? Explore your options while earning college-level credits that you can apply towards another program or a university degree. A broad education in arts and science provides the foundation to succeed in a wide range of careers:

Graduates become teachers, social service workers, correctional officers, retail managers and entrepreneurs.

A diploma will prepare you for managerial positions in government, education, criminal justice, human services, education, business, manufacturing, media, technology and communications, to name a few.

Others continue their education in a college post-graduate program, or apply their credits towards advanced standing at university.

If you register for a session, attend, and apply to Loyalist for September 2021, we’ll cover your $95 application fee!*

Business

Date: Monday, Feb. 1

Time: 10:30 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: During this session, you’ll learn about Loyalist’s two-year Esthetics & Spa Management diploma program. Spas and salons are increasingly popular destinations for people wanting to reduce stress and feel younger. Train in a full range of spa services to help people look and feel their best. Then, put those skills to work, both in our on-campus, student-run day spa and during two field placements. Estheticians and spa therapists are creative, caring and innovative professionals who help people look and feel their personal best. Our program prepares you with the skills to:

Travel and work locally or throughout Canada in hotel spas, day spas, wellness centres, medical spas and luxury resorts.

Work as a freelance make-up artist or mobile spa operator. Find opportunities as a skin therapist, nail technician, spa therapist, spa manager and owner or sales representative.

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Date: Tuesday, Feb. 2

Time: 10 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: This session will focus on two programs:

Business – Accounting
Business Administration – Accounting

Accounting is more than filing taxes and bookkeeping. It’s about understanding a business from the ground up and guiding it through sound financial practice. Every business has a numbers story. Whether it’s in the fields of art, health, fashion, real estate or sports — the options are endless. Explore a career path that can take you virtually anywhere. Accounting skills are in demand in virtually every field:

You could work as a financial analyst, accountant, budget officer, account manager, financial planner, payroll officer or external auditor.
There are opportunities in arts and entertainment, news media, marketing, manufacturing, education, health and wellness, service industries and sports organizations.
Find the right fit — employers include large and small enterprises, as well as not-for-profit agencies — or start your own business.
With third-year studies in Canadian Public Sector Financial Management, advanced diploma graduates are uniquely positioned to take advantage of growing opportunities in the public sector and not-for-profits. Start at Loyalist and put your career on track to become a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) with advanced standing towards a university degree. Visit cpaontario.ca

 

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Date: Thursday, Feb 4

Time: 11 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: A career in business is more than numbers and banking – it’s a complex balance of finance, marketing, products and services you offer, and the people behind them. The two-year Business program provides grads with the skills for: Entry-level positions within the business, not-for-profit and retail sectors. Careers as logistics coordinators, event coordinators, retail managers, production supervisors and shift supervisors. Grads of the three-year Business Administration program earn specialized skills tailored for careers in: Human resource administration, industrial relations, training and development, staff planning and job analysis, occupational health and safety, and purchasing and quality control.

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Date: Monday, Feb 8

Time: 2 pm

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: During this session, you’ll learn about Loyalist’s two-year Business Sales & Marketing diploma program. People with sales and marketing expertise are revenue generators — making an impact on the bottom line, a talent that’s in demand in virtually every sector. Apply your skills to a career in commerce, health care, IT, manufacturing, advertising, telecommunications or sports and entertainment.

A diploma in Business Sales and Marketing opens doors to a job in virtually any field:

  • You could work in telecommunications, information technology, hospitality, the food and beverage industry, health care, the medical or pharmaceutical industry, engineering, manufacturing, commerce, advertising, event planning, or professional sports and entertainment.
  • There are careers in wholesale, distribution, manufacturing and non-profit organizations. Loyalist grads meet the certification standards of the Canadian Professional Sales Association.
  • With two years’ sales experience, graduates can apply for the Certified Sales Professional (CSP) designation.

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Date: Thursday, Feb 11

Time: 1 pm

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: During this session, you’ll learn about two programs:

  • Culinary Skills
  • Culinary Management

There’s no life like the one of a chef and the opportunities are limitless.

  • Culinary Management graduates are prepared to work as cooks and apprentices in their choice of establishment around the world.
  • Opening a restaurant is a high-risk venture. A diploma from Loyalist will prepare you to pursue your dreams with solid skills in culinary technique, marketing and leadership.
  • Diploma graduates complete the in-class requirements for apprenticeship training.
  • Following completion of on-the-job apprenticeship outcomes, graduates are qualified to write the exam for Interprovincial Red Seal Certification — an internationally recognized standard of quality.

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Loyalist College in Toronto Programs

Date: Friday, February 12

Time: 9 am

Session Length: 60 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: May and September 2021

Campus: Mississauga, Toronto

Session Details: This webinar will include the following programs: Artificial Intelligence & Data Science (post-graduate) Prepare for a career in the exciting and innovative field of artificial intelligence (AI). Graduates of this two-year post-graduate program will be equipped with the knowledge and specialized skills in AI and data science needed to design and build data-driven systems for decision-making in the private and public sectors. Cloud Computing (post-graduate) Gain the specialized skills and knowledge needed for a career working in today’s multi-vendor cloud infrastructure. Through hands-on training, learn how to tackle the business challenges of cloud architecture and the flexibility of cloud computing. Computer Systems Technician As IT is essential to the success of both small and large enterprises, skilled Computer Systems Technician professionals are in high demand. Learn the specialized skills needed to develop, operate, troubleshoot and maintain computer and network systems. Cyber Security (post-graduate) Gain the knowledge and in-demand skills needed to become an industry-ready IT security professional. Graduates of this two-year post-graduate program will be equipped to help organizations prevent fraud, data breaches and other vulnerabilities. Wireless Information Networking (post-graduate) Wireless information networking is becoming increasingly important to commercial and industrial development across the world with businesses and organizations relying on this technology for day-to-day functions. Develop the specialized and in-demand skills needed for success in the expanding wireless information networking field with this two-year post-graduate program.

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Date: Friday, February 12

Time: 10:30 am

Session Length: 60 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: May and September 2021

Campus: Mississauga, Toronto

Session Details: This webinar will cover the following programs: Business Behind every product and service we enjoy, there’s a business that relies on effective employees, practices and leadership. Business skills are needed in every industry, from aviation and food production to manufacturing and professional sports. A business education is an opportunity – where you take it is up to you! Global Business Management (post-graduate) In our increasingly connected world, a global career mindset coupled with business management skills can open doors to a range of unique career opportunities both domestically and abroad. Explore international perspectives on a variety of topics and develop the skills and knowledge necessary to become an effective leader in any business environment. Hospitality Management – Canadian Hotels & Resorts (post-graduate) Prepare for an exciting and rewarding career in the growing hospitality industry in Canada and beyond with a combination of customer service, leadership and management skills. Project Management (post-graduate) Organizations depend on the efficient and successful completion of projects to remain competitive in a global economy. Project management professionals have the expertise to oversee project timelines, costs and resources, ensuring organizations meet their objectives and get results. Supply Chain Management – Enterprise Resource Planning (post-graduate) Before products hit the shelves, there’s a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes – from purchasing materials and coordinating inventory to the distribution of finished goods. Supply Chain Management – Global Logistics (post-graduate) Before products hit the shelves, there’s a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes – from purchasing materials and coordinating inventory to the distribution of finished goods. As global trade widens and deepens, demand continues to rise for skilled workers in the areas of supply chain logistics and international trade compliance.

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Media Studies

Date: Monday, Feb. 1

Time: 9:30 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: During this session, you’ll learn about Loyalist’s one-year Public Relations – Event Management graduate certificate program. Public relations and event management professionals are increasingly in demand as employers recognize the value of effective communications. A career in PR and event management is never dull! From one day to the next you could be pitching a story, staging a news conference, organizing an event or managing crisis communications. People come to PR and event management from different backgrounds — from journalism and sociology to fitness and the non-profit sector. In just eight months, you’ll develop skills that will make you an asset in any industry: Graduates find dynamic opportunities working for government, hospitals, schools, businesses, advocacy groups and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), as well as public relations firms. You could work as a PR specialist, event manager, fundraiser, media relations specialist, public affairs expert, publicist, or campaign manager. Many jobs offer extensive opportunities for travel. Entry-level jobs include producing digital media packages, media monitoring, organizing interviews and news conferences, creating visual presentations and planning special events.

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Date: Tuesday, Feb. 2

Time: 10:30 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: January and September 2021

Campus:Belleville

Session Details: During this session, you’ll learn about Loyalist’s two-year Advertising & Marketing Communications – Creative Design diploma program. Use your creativity and inspiration in a career that lets you play with ideas. Develop strategic plans and create engaging concepts to connect brands with their customers through emerging media, online communities, radio, television and print, outdoor advertising and guerrilla marketing. Unleash your imagination in this unique program. Opportunities in this creative field are vast and expanding. There are exciting positions in:

  • Advertising and marketing communications agencies
  • Television and radio
  • Sales promotion companies
  • Online publications, newspapers and magazines
  • In-house advertising and marketing departments for large companies
  • Charitable and not-for-profit organizations including health services, tourism, economic development and municipal governments

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Date: Thursday, Feb. 4

Time: 10 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: During this session, you’ll learn about Loyalist’s three-year Film & Television Production – Interactive Media Development advanced diploma program. This program will prepare you to create engaging content and deliver it through any medium. Earn a full spectrum of skills — ranging from television production and digital filmmaking to web streaming and interactive content creation. No BYOD costs. We provide digital camera, audio, lighting and grip equipment. No fully loaded MacBook Pro requirements either. Loyalist College offers the use of Mac and PC labs with relevant software to help you complete your work.

Prepare for ever-growing content creation opportunities with:

  • Broadcast facilities
  • Specialty and digital channels
  • Independent production
  • New media
  • Corporate production
  • Related support services

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Date: Wednesday, Feb. 10

Time: 10 am

Session Length: 30 minutes

Format: Live and online via Zoom

Program Intake: September 2021

Campus: Belleville

Session Details: During this session, you’ll learn about Loyalist’s two-year Broadcasting - Radio diploma program. A career in radio can take you from coast to coast. Get hands-on professional training at two College radio stations, and prepare for a variety of exciting opportunities on the air and behind the scenes.

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