triOS College Business Technology Healthcare, an industry leader in education, has introduced bleeding edge technology programs that will produce job-ready, certified and skilled graduates that will fill the growing skills gap that Ontario technology employers are experiencing.
“In today’s complex workplace, tech professionals are playing a more critical role in guiding business than ever before,” said David Ticoll, Special Advisor to the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills (CCICT). “The culture has shifted, bringing with it the need for technology professionals that have strong communication skills, a timely knowledge base and relevant certifications.”
According to a recent study by the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC), between now and 2016, Canadian businesses will need to hire more than 100,000 IT workers. New triOS technology programs will help to fill the growing gap between employers’ needs and the qualified employees required to fill the available positions.
The new programs—which include Information Technology Professional, Enterprise Web and Mobile Developer and Video Game Design Technologies—