triOS College Joins Forces with the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow's ICT Skills
triOS College Business Technology Healthcare is pleased to join forces with the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow's ICT Skills (CCICT) to encourage future generations to enter the booming technology sector.
“We are pleased to have triOS College become the first Private Career College to join CCICT. We look forward to working together to increase awareness of new, state-of-the-
Both triOS College and CCICT have common goals and will work together to ensure that Canadian organizations can hire the information and communications technology (ICT) professionals they need to meet the changing and diverse needs of the 21st century workforce.
“We look forward to working with CCICT to put in place a strategic focus on the needs of the marketplace as well as on the availability of targeted educational opportunities that generate future, successful technology graduates. Our goal is to ensure greater awareness of this dynamic industry and maintain the leading-edge curriculum that will reinvigorate and encourage people to pursue a career in this field,” stated Frank Gerencser, Chairman and CEO of triOS College.
About triOS College
triOS College is registered as a Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act of Ontario and was named one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies two years in a row. triOS has graduated thousands of students into rewarding careers since its inception in 1992. triOS offers a career-focused approach to education enabling graduates to start careers in business, technology, healthcare, and law. Students receive real-world experience from internship placements included in most programs. triOS has campus locations across Southern Ontario including: Windsor, London, Kitchener, Hamilton, Mississauga, Brampton, Toronto, Scarborough and Oshawa. More information about triOS College may be found at www.trios.com.
About the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills
The Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills (CCICT) is an industry-led coalition of employers, universities and industry organizations, founded by Bell Canada in 2007. Through CareerMash and other programs, CCICT aims to ensure that Canadian organizations can hire the information and communications technology (ICT) professionals they need to meet the changing and diverse needs of the 21st century workforce. Find out more at www.CareerMash.ca or www.CCICT.ca.
For more information:
Brittany Tkach, triOS College Communications Coordinator
905.814.7212 x1037 or brittany.tkach@
Rita Fundner, CCICT
416-840-6296 or rita.fundner@