Montessori Teaching Certificate
The business, technology and health care sectors are constantly evolving and employers in these fields continue to seek out only the well-trained candidates for the job. Our graduates have been successful in meeting the employment requirements of all these industries. This success is a result of CDI College's strong curriculum, learning outcomes and frequent formal industry consultations. Our Department of Academics at CDI College maintains close ties with the business, technology and health care industries to continually assess our curriculum and gain insight about industry needs.
Through these consultations we've learned that employers want graduates that are knowledgeable about their field and possess the suitable skill set. As a result, our students receive focused and specialized training on the software, tools and equipment used in their chosen career field. They even work on projects that will prepare them for the challenges they'll face on the job.
As you browse through the site, you can explore the diverse, career-focused curriculum that CDI College offers across the country. I'm sure we will be able to help you decide on a career path that suits you.
Bohdan J. Bilan
Vice-President of Academics
CDI College of Business, Technology and Health Care
career college, higher education, fun learning
Teaching English as a Second Language - TESL
A degree in ESL teaching qualifies an individual to work in various settings as an ESL instructor, usually in colleges or public schools. Coursework in this discipline includes training in educational methodology, English grammar, linguistics and literary standards, student evaluation techniques, and selection of material. Graduates may qualify to either work in ESL instruction at colleges or private instructional facilities. Many graduates choose to pursue higher levels of education and eventually qualify to work at colleges or universities. Generally a certificate course in ESL instruction is enough for admission to entry-level employment.