The Canadian College of Healthcare and Pharmaceutics is registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005
The CCHAP envisions itself as a premier professional career college for healthcare and pharmaceutics professionals in Canada and globally. The CCHAP strives that the graduates of CCHAP programs demonstrate excellence in their professions. The CCHAP aims to bridge gaps in training for Canadians and New Immigrants to help them excel in their careers.
The CCHAP differentiates itself from other institutions by
- Exceptional course content delivery;
- Hands-on learning experience;
- Experienced instructors from the knowledge industry;
- Linking programs to employers through innovative placement strategies.
The CCHAP offers two types of professional training: vocational programs and skills workshops.
A typical vocational program is offered to a post-secondary student looking to learn a new profession. The vocational training includes theory classes with practical demonstration of professional tasks under an experienced and certified instructor followed by a placement in the related healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. A typical program is six months to nine months. A diploma or certificate is offered at the completion of training that is Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005
The CCHAP also offers short-term training as skills workshops to professionals looking for upgrading their skills to enhance their job performance. Some of these training are designed for seeking additional earning opportunities in closely related careers.