Academy of Learning College Unites with Other Career Colleges to Save Taxpayers One Billion Dollars
Topic : Education News
Recent OACC study confirms that the Career College sector brings minimal costs to taxpayers.
Career Colleges in Ontario and across Canada save taxpayers money while simultaneously generating opportunity and jobs for thousands of individuals. Academy of Learning College is proud to be a part of post-secondary education, which is aÂ cost-effective contribution to our economy.
The Ontario Association of Career Colleges (OACC) issued a press
According to the economic impact study conducted by OACC, âThe Career College sector in Ontario currently offers more than five-thousand programs at over six-hundred campuses in seventy communities. It employs twelve-thousand staff, and annually produces approximately fifty-thousand skilled graduates at a minimal cost
The study goes on to say that the Career College sector is efficient, productive, flexible, innovative and accountable, which is why each year more than sixty-seven thousand new students choose to enroll in one of Ontarioâs six hundred career college
Unlike many other Private Career Collegeâs (PCC), Academy of Learning College is national, which means that the benefits to the taxpayers and provincial governments multiply as you travel across the country. From British Columbia to the Maritimes, Academy of Learning College provides work for hundreds of staff, develops graduates who are the choice of employers, and creates tax revenue, thereby strengthening our Canadian economy.
âAlong with many other PCCs, Academy of Learning College is honoured to be a part of the Career College sector, which increases student choice, meets employer needs, and delivers economic growth through tax savings for our over-burdened taxpayers, while simultaneously generating much-needed new tax revenue,â said Heidi Collins, Director of Marketing and Sales.
Academy of Learning College offers a wide variety of both part- and full-time study options, including Administrative Assistant and web design courses, as well as more in-depth career programs, such as Business, Healthcare, and IT Technician training programs.
Read the complete PDF of theÂ OACC economic impact study.