Congratulations on taking an important step towards starting your rewarding career! We can’t wait to help you get started!
Appliance Technical Institute of Canada has a dedicated Admissions team that are available to help you through the process of applying to your chosen program.
Below is the step-by-step process on applying, touring our campuses, getting assessed for financial assistance in Ontario, as well as discussing detailed program information and job opportunities in your field of interest before you enroll with us.
HOW TO APPLY
When you are ready to take the next steps towards starting your education, you can apply online or give us a call at (905)629-1447 ext. 250.
You will be contacted shortly after, to find out when it is convenient for you to come visit us for the information you need.
CONNECT WITH AN EDUCATION CONSULTANT
After connecting with Appliance Technical Institute of Canada, we will invite you to visit our campus for a meeting with an Education Consultant. From here you will find out everything there is to know about your program, including the benefits of internship, and job opportunities that will be available to you after graduation.
With classes starting monthly, you will not have to wait long to start your program. All of our programs are taught in one half of the day, meaning that your classes may be scheduled in the mornings, afternoons, or evenings, depending on your personal schedule. This structure allows you to work a part-time job, or juggle your pre-existing responsibilities with ease.
This meeting is focused on you. You will be able to ask our staff any questions, as they make it their mission to see you succeed in your program of choice.
ONE-ON-ONE ASSESSMENT WITH A FINANCIAL AID OFFICER
After reviewing the details of the college programs, you are able to have a confidential meeting with one of our Financial Aid Officers. These staff members are expertly trained in the many options that you have available to you to fund your education.
Whether you are looking to apply for the government’s Second Career program, start a monthly payment plan or apply for a Student Line of Credit, our Financial Aid Officers are well-versed and ready to help you with your process from start to finish.
During your meeting, you will discuss how much your payments will be, when you are able to pay, and how you may go about making your payments. Our Financial Aid Officers are available and happy to help you create a budget, which helps to substantially lessen the financial stress of being in school.
No matter what your situation, the staff at Appliance Technical Institute of Canada are dedicated to ensuring that you are choosing the best options for your future.
TOUR A CAMPUS
After discussing the details around coming to school at Appliance Technical Institute of Canada, we will give you a tour of our facilities so that you can experience where you will learn!
OUR EDUCATION CONSULTANTS WILL:
INTRODUCE YOU TO THE INSTRUCTORS THAT WILL BE TEACHING YOU DURING YOUR PROGRAM.
BRING YOU TO THE CLASSROOMS THAT INCLUDE THE EQUIPMENT THAT IS APPLICABLE TO YOUR PROGRAM AND THE INDUSTRY YOU HAVE CHOSEN.
SHOW YOU THE BOOK ROOM WHERE YOU WILL FIND ALL THE BOOKS THAT YOU NEED FOR YOUR PROGRAM.
POINT OUT THE JOB BOARDS WHERE JOBS ARE POSTED REGULARLY FOR OUR GRADUATING STUDENTS.
INTRODUCE YOU TO OUR CAREER SERVICES TEAM WHO WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH ONE-ON-ONE JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE AFTER YOUR PROGRAM.