Start a new career at Vancouver Career College! With an increased demand for smaller class sizes and an appetite for early childhood ‘bubble’ education, a career in Early Childhood Education is a great choice.

Seize the moment! Earn a diploma and launch a new career

With rolling start dates, this college is ready when you are

2020 has turned the economy upside down, but that doesn’t mean job stability is out of reach. If the global pandemic has encouraged you to start dreaming of a new career path, browse the programs at Vancouver Career College to find an exciting profession in a growing industry.

The college offers rolling start dates so you can get started right away! With options to learn in-class, by distance education, or a combination, you can find the education plan that works for your life.

4 exciting programs in high-demand fields

1. Human Resources and Payroll Coordinator

With businesses restructuring, employees shifting industries, and fluctuating protocols around working from home, Human Resources professionals are in serious demand.

Do you enjoy working with people, nurturing a healthy office culture, and problem-solving payroll? Vancouver Career College’s new 50-week Human Resources and Payroll Coordinator Program might be a perfect fit! The hands-on program includes training and two practicum placements in real-world HR and Payroll departments to boost your skillset and your resume.

Vancouver Career College's new program trains you in both Human Resources and Payroll Coordination.

2. Early Childhood Education

Educators have been seriously celebrated in 2020 as parents struggle to manage childcare and working-from-home. With an increased demand for smaller class sizes and an appetite for early childhood ‘bubble’ education, a career in Early Childhood Education is a great choice.

Vancouver Career College offers a 44-week ECE Certificate Program and a 72-week ECE Diploma Program to prepare you for work in daycare, pre-school and special needs education.

Social Services Worker Professional

If you’re passionate about making a difference, consider the Social Services Worker Professional program. Building community and problem-solving through hardship will always be reliable work. Help families navigate crisis, work with people affected by addiction, facilitate trauma recovery and more. Students receive focused training on working with youth, those in recovery, and the specific needs of Indigenous youth.

Enroll at Vancouver Career College to become a Social Services Worker Professional.

Web and Mobile Application Development

Computers are now essential for almost every line of work, and in Vancouver Career College’s program, you’ll acquire skills for a career on the cutting edge. Learn the concepts of app design, write code in a variety of programming languages, build for iOS and Android, optimize content for web and mobile and more! In just 60 weeks the Web and Mobile Application Development program gives you the foundation for an exciting career in development and programming, whether you work at a fast-paced start-up, government or other business.

These four programs are just the beginning. Explore all your options at, or call 1-800-891-8059.

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