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Diploma & Certificate Programs

Early Childhood Assistant  ( 36.5 weeks )
Office Administration - General   ( 27 weeks )
Computer Application Office Administrator  ( 18 weeks )
Accounting & Payroll Administrator  ( 48 weeks )
Food Handler Certificate Programs
Business & Technology Certificate Programs
Health Care Certificate Programs
ESL AND FSL Certificate Programs

Who We Are?

Registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

Member of National Association of Career Colleges
Ontario Association of Career Colleges
Career College Ontario
Member of The Canadian Payroll Association

What students say about us?

"Don Mills Career College is a great place to study and to change your professional career" - Suthasini  E
I am happy that I choose DMCC. I would highly recommend DMCC to anyone who are willing to change their career" - Saleha H

“Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.”


Computer Application Office Administrator
18 weeks program

Graduate could expect to purse a career in the many office support positions available in either a large corporation or a small business.

The foundation of this program is on the development of strong user skills for the most in demand software applications for an office environment. The successful Computer application office administer. Computer Application Office Administrator graduate could expect to pursue a career in a wide variety of industries providing support, putting to use their acquired skills with these software applications.

Modules Included:

Essential Skills

In this module, the students will explore the Essential Skills that people require for work, learning and life, which provide the foundation for learning various other skills.

Microsoft Windows

In this module, the students will explore the basic system operating functions of Microsoft Windows, which include managing the desktop, files and folders, running applications, system settings and tools.

Microsoft Word

In this module students learn to compose and format formal business letters, reports, tables and other business forms. They will enter and edit text in documents and tables, change page layouts, and format using tabs and font styles to produce professional looking documents. Discover how to save and retrieve documents, activate spell-checking tools, use the mouse to activate the Tabs and create and edit documents.

Microsoft Excel

The module focuses on how to input and organize data; format and print worksheets and charts; as well as how to edit, move and copy text, formulas and files. In addition to creating formulas, graphs and pie charts, work with multiple worksheets, use advanced formatting techniques to track and analyze business operations and produce presentations and financial reports.

Microsoft PowerPoint

This module focuses on teaching students how to create dynamic business presentations and slide shows. Students are taught how to create and modify presentations using edit text, add colour, change fonts, layouts and background styles. Further, students will be able to use PowerPoint templates, tools and formatting techniques to import and incorporate ClipArt, and charts from other programs.

Microsoft Acces

This program of the Microsoft Office Suite, will teach students how to use MS Access to manage business data. Students will learn how to enter and edit data using tables and forms that they have created, how to query, sort and create reports using Wizards.

Outlook & Email

Students can expect to cover such information as email composing, formatting as well as inserting attachments. As well, more advanced email manipulation topics and customizations are addressed, such as filtering mail, creating folders, templates and rule wizard applications. In addition to email components, Outlook¿s Calendar and Task¿s features can be integrated for sharing of information between users.

Communication Essentials

Upon completion of this course, students will understand the major concepts from communication theory, be able to recognize these concepts in their own experience, and be able to build on their own personal communication styles.

Employment Achievement Strategies

This module focuses on providing students with effective job search strategies, cover letter and strategic resume writing, effective interviewing skills and interview preparation to ensure their success in the career search process.

International Students Second Career
    Admission Requirement:

      Over 18 years old / grade 12

      Write Entrance Test if required

      Submit any Educational Assessments

      Complete Financing requirements

      Fill the Registration Form

      Meet the Program Requirements


      International Student must pass :

      TOEFL 550 or

      IELTS 5 band or

      PET 50