Well once again the poster proves that his/her opinion is severely biased. Do you want to heed advice from someone biased? Do you also know that big companies - just ask any - don't send their employees for training to public colleges that the deal-addict above seems to so vigorously defend? Because they know that private educational outfits provide much more real-life training that could be immediately applied in your career.koalorka wrote: ↑A two post account springs to life to passionately defend private career colleges? Who are you even kidding?
This business model is a parasite on the taxpayer in Canada, because desperate people are being swindled into unjustifiably expensive programs (which are funded through OSAP) at these bottom-feeding businesses masquerading as institutions of learning, and they are obtaining nothing of tangible economic value, since the training is often not recognized by any regulatory bodies.
We should start to lobby to make any programs at these places ineligible for OSAP funding. If someone is willing to take the risk, they themselves should be burdened with the expense, not the tax payer.
Again, read opinions wisely and make own decision. Do you want to listen to screaming biased posters that claim to be "know-it-all" because they have nothing better to do with their time than write 2,000 posts on RFD and know nothing about real world, or do you want to see what's best for your career, visit a few educational institutions and make the best decision for yourself? The choice is yours.