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Business and Travel Training Programs

Do you want a career in a fast-paced and modern environment? Do you like helping and working with others? A career in business, travel, or computers can provide a fulfilling and diverse lifestyle.

Academy Canada offers business and travel training programs in the St. John’s area. If you’re ready to jump-start a new profession or round out your skill set, consider our programs.

Business Administration

Our business administration program prepares students for the dynamic and adapting world of business. Coursework qualifies you to work as a valuable asset in various situations and industries. Students learn the fundamentals of marketing, accounting, entrepreneurship, and human relations.

IT Network Professional

The IT industry needs leaders who can innovate and work as team players. With IT training, you’ll gain the technical skills necessary for efficiency and the business skills required for success.

Office Administration

Students learn skills like written and oral communication in our office administration program. Prepare to work in the diverse fields of Legal, Medical, Dental and Engineering. Outstanding opportunities await.

Travel, Tourism and Hospitality

Work in the exciting world of travel and tourism with help from our CITC-endorsed program (Canadian Institute of Travel Counselors). You’ll learn to manage ticketing, reservations, transportation, and hospitality.

Explore your options in business, travel, or computers. Call or apply online for business, travel and computer training programs in St. John’s.

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