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Q: How Does CDI College Rate?- ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: How Does CDI College Rate?-
Category: Reference, Education and News > Education
Asked by: mongolia-ga
List Price: $20.00
Posted: 08 Jul 2006 16:15 PDT
Expires: 07 Aug 2006 16:15 PDT
Question ID: 744491
CDI college is one of Canada's major Private Educational colleges with
more than 30 locations across Canada.

On the advice of CZH-GA I am splitting question 742639 into a series
of separate questions.

What are the backgrounds of the IT instructors at CDI COLLEGE CANADA in terms
of educatiional qualifications, teaching experience and IT work related experience?

If possible give me the the above for 3 specific instructors.


There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: How Does CDI College Rate?-
From: elabuwa-ga on 21 Jul 2006 21:30 PDT
All instructors meet the ministry requirements. Private career
colleges in Canada are regulated by the respective provincial ministry
(eg: Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities in Ontario). MCTU
in ON requires that instructors have a minimum of 2 years experience
in the relevant field along with a Uni degree or college diploma in
the same field.
Subject: Re: How Does CDI College Rate?-
From: mongolia-ga on 23 Jul 2006 12:49 PDT

No doubt what you say is true. Someone with a College Diploma in
Computer technolgy and two years working as a "Computer Consultant" in
a retail store would indeed fully qualify as an instructor with CDI.

Problem is that such  as instructor may know less thasn some of the
students who sign up for CDI courses who already have Computer Science
Degrees and possibly actual IT work experience.

Subject: Re: How Does CDI College Rate?-
From: elabuwa-ga on 25 Jul 2006 09:46 PDT
This is the minimum requirement specified by the ministry. Whatever
requirements and regulations there are there would certaninly be
situations like the one you point out. So should ministry lift the bar
and have higher standards? If so still would there be people who meet
the minimum requirement and not suitable? Even if the standards are
much higher there would probably always be the few exceptions who may
have better skills but not meet the requirements or wise versa. It
just depends on how each college operates and the standards they set
in recruiting. You would probably have to check each instructors
credentials individually at different colleges for a comparison and
see how different colleges rank. There are few hundred colleges in
Ontario maybe someone can inform us wow they compare.

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