EDMONTON, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/02/13 -- CDI College's Edmonton City Centre campus recently relocated to a newer, brighter campus. The new facility will allow CDI to accommodate a larger student body while continuing to offer a range of training programs in the fields of business, healthcare, early childhood education and legal studies.
"There has been an increased demand for the type of career training that CDI College provides, both in Edmonton and across the country," says Larry Heinzlmeir, VP of Marketing. "Our new Edmonton City Centre campus will allow us to continue delivering the hands-on training that Canadians have come to expect from us for more than 40 years."
The new campus is located on the corner of Jasper Avenue and 100 Street, just half a block from the old location. It is easily accessible by the Edmonton LRT via Central Station. The campus will offer in-demand career training programs, including Accounting and Payroll Administration, Basic Early Childhood, Pharmacy Assistant, Medical Office Administration, Professional Legal Assistant and more.
Graduates of the new Edmonton City Centre campus will be well prepared to meet the needs of employers in the business, healthcare, early childhood education and legal sectors in the city and throughout Alberta. They'll also join thousands of professionals across the country who comprise CDI College's extensive alumni network.
The new Edmonton City Centre campus is currently accepting applications for all programs. For more information, visit cdicollege.ca, or follow CDI College on Facebook and Twitter.
About CDI College
CDI College, Canada's leader in career training, has been helping students achieve career goals and aspirations for more than 40 years. With 25 campus locations across Canada, CDI College offers more than 50 industry-influenced diploma programs in the fields of business, technology, healthcare, early childhood education, legal studies and art and design. CDI College's practical, hands-on learning experiences prepare students to enter the working world with the skills they need to succeed.
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