With the advance of big data and the advent of the 5G era, industries are becoming increasingly dependent on software and information technology. Newbarry College’s Information Technology program is dedicated to master your knowledge on modern communication technology, computer network application and development, and other complex knowledge. In this Information Technology diploma program, you will be able to know the fundamental parts within computer networks, different programming languages, algorithms and optimization techniques in query processing as well as configuration and managing various operating systems. Not only will you be able to learn about concepts of Cyber-physical systems such as security issues, privacy concerns and attackers, but also understanding cloud computing solutions.
Our program also includes website and mobile software design and development, and practice software engineering processes, Demand analysis, design, coding, testing, etc. At the same time, train your teamwork ability and self-learning ability, and cultivate certain professional qualities to work in the future IT enterprise.
The curriculum in this program will provide you the skills and knowledge needed to meet the challenges of the ever-changing information technology industry.
Once you have completed this program, you will be able to work in careers such as:
- Technical support specialist
- Computer network technician
- System administrator
- Web technician
- Digital computer operator
Other Program Information
Total Duration: 900 hours in a course of 11 months
- An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, or
- Students are 18 years of age or older and pass Wonderlic: Basic Skills Test with a minimum score of 365
The Information Technology program starts once or twice every month. Please contact our program Admission Officer via phone +1 (416) 230-1816 or email email@example.com schedule your class with us.
Newbarry College’s Admission Officer is available to assist you in completing necessary documentations and discover the best financial support option. Contact our Admission Officer for inquires regarding which financial assistances are eligible for you according to your circumstances.
Phone: +1 (416) 230-1816
Second Career Funding
Students who wish to enroll at Newbarry College can apply through financial assistance from government subsidies, if eligible.
Newbarry College welcomes students who are applying through the Second Career program. Second Career is an Ontario government program that provides financial support to laid-off employees to train for careers that are high in demand. Through training or education, the Second Career helps workers to become qualified and successfully enter the workforce once again. This is a cost-sharing grant provided based on the applicant’s circumstances. Meaning, applicants may be asked to contribute what they can on the costs associated with their studies, but not required to pay anything back.
The Second Career program may provide financial support up to $28,000 for resources such as:
- Living expenses
- Help caring for dependents
- Disability supports
- Basic living allowance and training costs
Costs such as disability accommodation, dependent care, living away from home, and educational advancement may also be considered.
Visit the official Second Career program website for more information Here
Other Additional Financial Assistance
Additional financial assistance options are also available for students; please see below for more information:
- Canada-Ontario Job Grant
The Canada-Ontario Job Gran (COJG) is an Ontario government funding program that offers grants to employers in hope to encourage investment into their workplace. This direct financial support grant is for individual employers or employer consortia who wish to purchase training for their employees. It is available to small, medium and large businesses intended to deliver short-term training to existing and new employees. Employers can get up to $10,000 in government support per person for training costs.
- Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB)
The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) is an Ontario government funding program that offers grants to employers in the hope to encourage investment into their workplace. This direct financial support grant is for individual employers or employer consortia who wish to purchase training for their employees. It is available to small, medium, and large businesses intended to deliver short-term training to existing and new employees. Employers can get up to $10,000 in government support per person for training costs.
- Bank Loan
A Student Line of Credit is a personal loan to the student for assistance with expenses associated with postsecondary programs of study. Many banks in Ontario offer a Student Line of Credit that provides funding at a lower interest rate than most credit cards. Explore the options of Student Lines of Credit by visiting various banking website listed below or speak with a banking representative at a local branch.