Small Class Sizes

NASIT College keeps small class sizes for students to be able to receive more attentive lessons. Quality over quantity.

Co-op Placements

All of our programs have practicum placements where students can receive real-life work experience.

Registered DLI

As a Designated Learning Institution, NASIT College can accept international students from all over the world.

About North American School of Information Technology Inc.

Providing quality education for over 20 years.

North American School of Information Technology Inc. was established in 1999 in Toronto, Ontario. Throughout the years, NASIT College has helped hundreds of students find careers in the tech industry. However, as times changed, so did we. NASIT College now offers programs in many different industries like healthcare and hospitality with plans to add more programs in the near future. 

NASIT College

 has not only helped local students with their careers but has also helped international students find success in their professions. NASIT College is a designated learning institution and a popular choice for students all over the world.

International Admissions

NASIT College is a Designated Learning Institution that can accept international students. However, before applying, international students must have a few things prepared beforehand. For example, applying for a study permit is an important part of coming from abroad to study in Canada.

As soon as you accept your offer, you can connect with our International Admissions Department to continue your application to NASIT College and start your education here in Canada.

You may apply to any program offered by an Ontario private college that has seats available for international applicants if you meet the college’s admission and English proficiency requirements.

To apply, please make sure you:

1. Meet the specific program admission requirements

2. Provide proof of English proficiency with an IELTS band score of 5 or higher or equivalent.You may apply to any program offered by an Ontario private college that has seats available for international applicants if you meet the college’s admission and English proficiency requirements.

Practicum Experience

Our programs incorporate practicum placements to provide international students with a comprehensive understanding of their career paths. Collaborating with host organizations in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), students have the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on experience through engagement with real-life scenarios and projects.

Our Programs

Here are the programs we currently offer at NASIT College

Program Length: in class 27 Weeks – 700 Hours
Clinic Placement:
 310 Hours
 Open International & Local
NOC 4412
 Median Start Income $40,000 YR

The Personal Support Worker (PSW) program prepares graduates to provide supportive care to individuals across their lifespans by assisting them with their activities of daily living, including clients experiencing cognitive impairment, physical disability, and mental health challenges.

The range of services provided by Personal Support Workers depends upon the individual needs of each person they support and may include personal care such as dressing, personal hygiene, mobility and other routine activities of living in accordance with the Regulated Health Professions Act, home management such as shopping, light house cleaning and meal preparation, family responsibilities such as routine caregiving to children and assisting with social and recreational activities.

As front-line workers, Personal Support Workers must develop a broad range of abilities beyond dexterity skills. They must provide not only for the comfort, safety and well-being of their clients, but also demonstrate sensitivity and respect for those in their care. The attitude, abilities and approach of the PSW are critical to the well-being and health of the people they support.

Graduates may find employment in a variety of care settings including:
– Long-term care facilities
– Home care services giving care to clients living in their own homes in the community
– Supportive housing settings including senior’s apartments and retirement homes
– Group homes
– Hospitals
– Adult day programs
– Educational facilities

Program Length: 2 Years – 2400 Hours
 Work Study – 1200 Hours
 Open to Local & International
NOC 6313:
 Median Start Wage $49,663 Year

This two-year Hospitality Management Work-Study Diploma introduces aspects of the tourism and hospitality industry which are essential for those looking to move into supervisory and management positions. This program is a combination of several months’ classroom study and several months of work internship experience.

As a student, you will learn the concepts and techniques related to hotel and restaurant operations, international cultural team dynamics.

Careers related to Hospitality Management:
– Accommodation manager
– Catering manager
– Chef
– Conference centre manager
– Event manager
– Fast food restaurant manager
– Hotel manager
– Public house manager
– Restaurant manager

Program Length: 70 Weeks 1450 hours
Course type:
 Domestic and International
NOC 3144
 Median Start Income $50,000

Recreation Therapy Gerontology is a health care profession that utilizes a therapeutic process, involving leisure, recreation and play as a primary tool for everyone to achieve their highest level of independence and quality of life. Graduates of the Recreation Therapy with a specialization in Gerontology work in a variety of health care settings. Developed using the standards within the Essential Competency Framework for Therapeutic Recreation the curriculum articulates the competencies necessary to practice as a Therapeutic Recreation Professional in Ontario.

Graduates are prepared to start careers working with seniors in the growing field of gerontology, as well as with clients of all ages and abilities in long-term care homes, health care facilities, mental health and addiction settings, adapted sport organizations, rehabilitation centers, correctional facilities, social service settings, community-based agencies and more.

The Recreation Therapy Gerontology Diploma will prepare you to assess, plan, implement and evaluate a wide range of leisure services for people with barriers to participating in leisure activities. Such services might include arts and crafts, dance, music, sports, games, aquatics and group outings.

Recreational therapy is used in the fields of gerontology, pedagogy (the method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept), psychology, rehabilitation and more.

Graduates may find employment in a variety of care settings including:
– Recreation Assistant
Program Planner
– Recreation Leader
Activity Worker in a variety of settings, including:
– hospitals
– mental-health centres
– long-term care homes
– rehabilitation centres
– correctional facilities
– youth assessment centres
– group homes.

Want more information?

Looking for more information on programs or the registration process? Contact us via phone, email or the contact form.

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Scarborough, ON M1P 2R7

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