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triOS College (Head Office)


55 City Centre Drive, 2nd Floor
MississaugaON
L5B 1M3

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Private career colleges are considered by the Provincial Government to be private businesses and are not subject to the same quality control of staff or curriculum as provincial colleges or universities are, and are governed by the Private Career Colleges Act , 2005.

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    Industry Wide Problem- Not Just TRIOS

    What people are describing in these reviews is very common amongst all private career colleges. You will find that any positive reviews are likely posted by employees of these schools.
    Dissatisfaction runs rampant within the ranks of previous, existing and past students.
    This type of training will continue to happen because these businesses are fed with government funded student loans and grants.
    The true test is the answer you would get if you asked a manager from one of these “colleges” whether or not they would allow their children to attend their school…I assure you they are lying if they say yes.
    All decisions are made on the basis of “bums in seats”. Make a profit at all costs.
    Market glamour programs not the truth. Make up job placement stats if need be.
    Employee turnover is the norm. Having a conscience is not a good thing if you are an employee as it may cloud your judgement when you are required to lie to a potential, existing or past...

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    By: non-member

    RSA...not a smart move

    Hey RSA....removing my comment for your story is not going to stop me telling the truth. This just confirms you are indeed an employee of trios and not a student. Let try this again. Never heard of a councillor position at Brampton campus. Im studying at brampton too. The only time we know that the regional director is around is when we get an heads up from the instructor to wear the stupid lanyard. The campus director needs to address more student issues than flirting with the ladies over there. We dont even have a proper room for occupational therapy lab.we are moved from one room to another like dogs. The ministry should do surprise audits to enforce strict rules and policies. Also trying to bribe students with timbits and doughnuts before student survey is horrible. Im pretty sure they bribed someone outside to earn the best managed company award too. Im so mad for choosing this pta/ota program which is not accredited. The only place you probably get hired is clinics which only...

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    By: slamgurl

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    By: ANGEL1

    I agree with you Slamgurl. I got enrolled at Humber college for the same PTA/OTA program. I will be doing my internship at humber hospital and trillium hospital. I see no problem getting employed in hospitals. My sister is working at credit valley hospital after completing the PTA program at Humber. Thanks

    Life at triOS college - Worth my time...

    I would love to share my experience at triOS as a student.

    I took time to research a lot and got opportunity to avail free (yes, I did not pay for it) qualitative training from Canadian government sponsored institution well before I booked the tickets to Canada. After my landing, sailed through 17 telephonic interviews, 5 personal interviews and 4 selections (support /commission jobs) within first 2 weeks of landing. With excellent exposure to logistics and IT development back home, I got a casual job (in nights)in the 2nd month with Canada's largest logistics company (and they me confirmed after 4 months) without any issue. I, however, did not loose my focus about my long-term goals and decided to go to school after some more research. Researched deep about the institutions and the curriculum, networked with professionals, attended job workshops + career fairs and personally went to the institutions to seek information.

    I'd called on triOS college,...

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    By: rsa

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    By: BRAMSTYLE

    Too good of a review to be true. Just shut up and do your job. Im studying in brampton campus too. Never heard of a councillor, and the only time we know that the regional director is coming is when we get a heads up from our instructor to wear the stupid lanyard. I heard that the IT instructor is good though. Campus director at brampton campus should work more than flirting with the ladies. We dont even have a proper room for Occupational therapy class. We are moved ftom one room to another like dogs. I feel ministry should do surprise audits to bring in some strict rules and changes.

    why triOS college was a BIG BAD JOKE

    I am a "graduate" of this so called college (Mississauga campus)
    it was the biggest mistake of my life. I do give 10 out of 10 for customer service skills, their co called educational consultants are very charming and friendly and you do get personalized service, "promise land is just around the corner if you can just sign your name and agree to a $13,000 OSAP loan for a medical office assistant diploma+internship which by the way does not guarantee a job at a medical clinic or at hospitals". First of all, I have had two teachers who are incapable of teaching, they hate it when you start asking a question that is relevant to the subject being taught, that accounting teacher is so dumb he hates questions, and if he does answer you its, "okay i am not going to answer that question because i have no time for that" or " go read the book" that, is his best line.They let anyone into the college as long as you can pay for it,or in my case as long as you...

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    By: girlboss

    Dont waste your money or time

    Please do not take the PTA OTA program here. Im a present student studying here. Just found out with some major health care facilities for internship opportunities. The list of colleges only include community colleges with full accreditation status. I found out they will no even hire students from trios college. They tried to sell the PTA program with candidacy status which is useless at this point. Please consider taking the program at Humber college or other community colleges instead.

    By: bramstyle

    Trios Brampton Campus

    I am a past student of the Trio Brampton Campus and I honestly would not recommend anyone to this College. It is a ripoff. All about the money and when you have completed they promise to assist you in seeking jobs by bringing in employment agencies to their so call job fairs. It is ridiculous. Even the instructors do not grade students on how well you do in exams. You are graded base on how they think of you. I have never seen anything like this in all my years of colleges. Trios College is a joke, that's how I see it. My advise to potential students out there is to get enroll in government colleges. The courses maybe longer but you will reap the benefits.

    By: Bramptongirl

    An easy diploma

    This is a diploma factory. They don't actually care about you learning as long as they get your money. It's an easy diploma. It took me under a year to get get a diploma and I showed up for two, may three, days a week. As long as you don't miss five consecutive days, you won't get kicked out.

    If you want a lot of debt, but a quick and easy diploma. This is this place. Seriously, I can't stress how easy this place is to get a diploma.

    By: non-member

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    By: TAYLORS

    I'd like to know which campus you went to.. I just got let go from my class three months before placement!!! Because I was late .. Late is better then absent, let other people get away with the exact same thing and worse.. But I'm improving and only getting better and they do this.. Its all about the money! And its sad...

    Don't Do It At Trios

    Pass their easy qualifications tests for entering Trios takes 5-10 minutes, fill in all the contract info., give them your money, and you're in. Get into class and listen to the instructor speaking like he/she has the talents of an auctioneer as you're left behind with unanswered questions as you fall behind. Don't worry the college instructors, etc.. will tell you you'll be fine, and day two will be a repeat of day one only giving you more information to study as the instructor speaks like an auctioneer and don't forget to pay the lady (Trios) on your way out. Did you understand that? No, that's ok you'll have your financial losses to keep you company, and you'll not be wiser, just more poor and feeling ripped off.

    By: non-member

    Well Well.......This is Interesting.

    I have been reading reviews about different private colleges and (assuming that such reviews hold some majority in the said institution) found most of them to have had been, to an extent, dishonest about various aspects of what they sell and how effectively do they do it. It is common sense that private colleges or any college for that matter operates for making money just as any other business would.

    Now, whether they are subject to any regulation at all or not, we need to know that institutions with limited resources have limitations when it comes to the quality of education. You may have a very good teacher for a course at the same college where students in another classroom with a different course may find their teacher to be incompetent. I am not comparing a college who has a whole floor of a building to itself such as tRiOs, with a college that has an entire building to operate in or more than one such as Humber. My point is that smaller institutions have less...

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    By: non-member

    TriOS = Sub-standard Education,...

    TriOS College wants your OSAP or Second Careers funding money and once you enrol in the College, will do ANYTHING to keep that money and don't care what happens to you as a student.

    For example, if you express ANY concern with regards to the sub-standard quality of instructors, or that all the instructors do is tell students specifically what is on the exam instead of teaching the breadth of course material, they WILL target you for "personal" harassment which is different from harassment under the Human Rights Code. This can include: instructors verbally attacking you within the classroom environment, marking you absent when you are in fact present, giving lower grades than that which you as the student has earned, refusing to grant meetings necessary to prepare for internship, and doing everything possible to have your OSAP or Second Career Funding cancelled so you are not financially able to complete your program. All of this is done to enable them to...

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    By: FutureRuined

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    By: KALM1

    In regards to the allegation that Trios will do anything to keep its OSAP money I think that could be subjectively said about any educational insitution so the question is this-is this particular to Tris or merely the anger of the reviewer speaking because in the same comment the reviewer says they do not feel the school cared about them. Sounds as if the student had a personal issue with the school that made them very angry and has that coloured the rest of what they said?

    I find it strange the same reviewer who claims the school will do anything to keep OSAP funding also will also do anything possible to have the OSAP money cancelled....so which one is it?

    The reviewer using the cover of autonomy has not commented on the school's competency but made an accusation the school attacked the reviewer's reputation personally. I think therein lies the problem. This is not a review, its an angry former student who feels hard done by. So now the question is, is anything else credible?

    Well something doesn't add up.The only way a student would not be entitled to write the P1 exam is if they did not complete their studies and that means pass every course and complete the internship and then not have any criminal record that would disqualify them from entitlement. That stipulation is mandated by the Law Society not the college.

    The Law Society can not prevent someone from entitlement if they have no criminal disentitlement and they have completed all their required courses and internship. Its just not true to say they would not allow membership because someone switched schools. Students do it all the time.

    I think students should do their homework. Any college has its pros and cons. Private paralegal colleges tend to allow you to complete the program in one year through intensive daily attendance in courses at a minimum of 4 hours.

    In community colleges it is spread out over a period of years so it depends on how fast you want to do it.


    As well community colleges can be overwheming in size, with much larger classes so some students prefer private colleges because they are smaller.

    The curriculum for paralegal and law clerk programs is set by the Law Society and ILCO (the association for Law Clerks).

    How a student does depends on them. This is adult education. Some students are weak in written or oral English and so they struggle and then blame it on the teacher. Others hate reading and try to get through with as little work as possible.

    Students of paralegal or law clerk programs have to be prepared to do a lot of home study and reading.

    Ask questions of all colleges. Never feel pressured to make a decision.

    By: FUTURERUINED

    By: KALM1

    TRIOS SUUBSTANDARD EDUCATION, HARASSMENT & DESTROYED PARALEGAL CAREER

    Re: “In regards to the allegation that Trios will do anything to keep its OSAP money I think that could be subjectively said about any educational insitution so the question is this-is this particular to Tris or merely the anger of the reviewer speaking because in the same comment the reviewer says they do not feel the school cared about them. Sounds as if the student had a personal issue with the school that made them very angry and has that coloured the rest of what they said?”
    This is not what was said – what was said is that the College does not care about the students in general, and yes I was one of them. Also, it is reasonable to assume that any student that has a problem with the college could consider it to be personal, particularly when through reckless disregard of the result of their unprofessionalism and ignorance of the industries they are supposedly training students for, they destroy the future career of any student.

    Re: “I find it strange the same reviewer who claims the school will do anything to keep OSAP funding also will also do anything possible to have the OSAP money cancelled....so which one is it?” It’s both – they wait until you have paid most of your tuition to them and then they have your funding cancelled to prevent you from completing your studies with them, or any other institution – conveniently for them – after any deadlines they would be required to issue a refund under the Private Career Colleges Act.
    Re: “The reviewer using the cover of autonomy has not commented on the school's competency but made an accusation the school attacked the reviewer's reputation personally. I think therein lies the problem. This is not a review, its an angry former student who feels hard done by. So now the question is, is anything else credible?”
    This is an excellent example of the double standards employed by TriOS employees. While I have clearly identified myself as a former student, KALM1 and many of the other commentators on this site do not identify themselves as the TriOS employees that they are, but attempt to represent themselves as happy and satisfied students. As far as the competency of the college staff, there was one instructor who was good, and the rest were totally incompetent. Classes consisted mostly of instructors flipping through textbooks telling the students what would be on the exam, yet they suspend or expel students for plagarism or cheating. Can you say double standard? This employee attacks my credibility – why? In my opinion it is because everything I have written is true and therefore they only way they can defend themselves is to discredit me personally. Hmmmm kinda supports my original claims now doesn’t it.

    Re: “Well something doesn't add up.The only way a student would not be entitled to write the P1 exam is if they did not complete their studies and that means pass every course and complete the internship and then not have any criminal record that would disqualify them from entitlement. That stipulation is mandated by the Law Society not the college.”
    This comment only emphasizes the ignorance of the writer with regards to how LSUC licensing works. Yes you can get your educational requirements and write the exam, but if you are not “of good character” the LSUC can deny you your license. Being disciplined by the staff at these mickey mouse colleges, who hold zero credentials of their own is enough to have the LSUC declare you as not being of good character and deny you your license. Some of the staff at these places don’t even have any educational certifications of their own yet they sit in judgement of students, many of whom have multiple degrees in other areas of study or from other countries.

    Re: “The Law Society can not prevent someone from entitlement if they have no criminal disentitlement and they have completed all their required courses and internship. Its just not true to say they would not allow membership because someone switched schools. Students do it all the time.”

    Once again this person is only proving that they are not competent to comment on this issue. An expulsion from any school or college is sufficient to derail attempts to gain a paralegal license.

    Re: I think students should do their homework. Any college has its pros and cons. Private paralegal colleges tend to allow you to complete the program in one year through intensive daily attendance in courses at a minimum of 4 hours.

    Yes, do your homework – such as coming to sites such as this one to get the truth. While you pay the college upwards of $15k for one year of these 4 hour classes, only approximately 1.5 – 2 hours of those 4 hours of class time include the instructor flipping through the textbook that they call ‘quality education’. In fact, if you sat at home reading the text material you would save the travel time and learn more than attending the so-called classes presented by these frauds. NOTE: I challenge any student to go to their website and find a statement of the college – not testimonials of non-employees, that the college offers any sort of ‘quality education’. In their opinion, the best way to choose a PCC is to rely on the school’s reputation which is trumped up through contests of students to see who can write the best review. Doesn’t mean any of it is true. If the education is so good, why don’t they list that as the first qualifier to look for? Because it isn’t. This is why reputable employers will tell you that your TriOS certificate or diploma isn’t worth the .10 cent piece of paper it is written on.

    Re: “In community colleges it is spread out over a period of years so it depends on how fast you want to do it. As well community colleges can be overwheming in size, with much larger classes so some students prefer private colleges because they are smaller.”

    The longest Provincial College paralegal program is two years, unless you can get into a one year accelerated program. Yes classes are larger, but the quality of the education is far superior in every aspect and you are not likely to be targeted for harassment by immature and unqualified staff.

    Re: “The curriculum for paralegal and law clerk programs is set by the Law Society and ILCO (the association for Law Clerks).” Again – not true. The requirements of the curriculum are set out by the LSUC and ILCO but the actual curriculum is built and delivered by each College individually. TriOS College is still using textbooks that refer to the GST and PST and the ‘pending’ change in limit of the small claims court from $10k to $25k but claim they don’t allow students to have their books until two days before classes start so they can keep the material up to date.

    Re: “How a student does depends on them. This is adult education. Some students are weak in written or oral English and so they struggle and then blame it on the teacher. Others hate reading and try to get through with as little work as possible.”

    This again is not necessarily true. In my classes there were students who were not able to operate a keyboard, and many who could not formulate a comprehensible sentence in English, yet they passed the entrance requirement testing provided by the College only to struggle, and be encouraged to stay in the program as long as possible before having to drop out – while TriOS laughs their way to the bank with their tuition money that after a certain length of time in the program they do not have to refund.

    Re: “Students of paralegal or law clerk programs have to be prepared to do a lot of home study and reading.”

    This is true.

    Re: “Ask questions of all colleges. Never feel pressured to make a decision.”

    Yes ask questions of all colleges, but don’t believe a word the person you meet with at TriOS tells you. They have a clause in their contract that upon signing it, you acknowledge that you have not relied upon any written, oral or implied representation of the school’s representatives when making the decision to sign the contract. Why would that be? It’s because they will tell you falsehoods before you sign on the dotted line only to find out later, after you have paid your tuition, that they were lies.

    Save your time and money and get thee to a Provincial College that, after graduation, will issue you a certification you can proudly hang in your cubical or office of a reputable employer.

    Current Student

    after researching many colleges, I decided to go with Trios. In my opinion I wanted to attend school with mature adults, not children. Just like a career, you need to work for what you want in life. don't expect to take a course, and land an immediate job, or believe your worthy of a job all because you have a diploma. Volunteer, Network, and look for a job, don't expect someone else to do it for you. If you don;t know the answer ask questions. The instructors are generally professional with a background in what they teach, and will assist you long after graduation. Typically the ones who are complaining are likely people who depend on others or lack interviewing skills, or maybe have no work experience to begin with. I have not completed my program yet but been contacted by 5 different companies for full time work. I live in a city with a high unemployment rate, so I am pretty sure employment is not based on where you go to school.

    By: non-member

    Comments

    By: FUTURERUINED

    The problem with students assessing the programs is that they don't have the qualifications to do so. In many cases the people who enrol in these Colleges have professional degrees and qualifications that are superior to the personnel of the College that are employed, but unqualified, to pass judgement on the students. Case on point ... an administrative assistant with no qualifications is paid the same $20 - $25 an hour as an RN, RPN Medical Instructor, or Lawyer or Paralegal Instructor. Does that make any sense whatsoever?

    Knock it off with the complaining...

    triOS is a great school, I had tons of fun, learned a lot and was offered a job from my internship. I turned down the job because of family issues, but I am sure I will get something again when I am ready.

    My campus director and instructor both really emphasized how important it is to volunteer while in school. It helps network while you build your skill set. You need to take charge of your education. I had a Community Service Worker diploma, so it was less than one year and I was competing for a job with people who went to school for way longer, they had SSW and BSW and sometimes MSW... I STILL GOT OFFERED A JOB! Take control of your own future and learning and you will do just fine, its a good school that teaches important material and the instructors really care about you.

    By: non-member

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    By: FUTURERUINED

    It seems that you are rating this College based on entertainment value. Regardless of a job offer which you turned down, you are not employed in the field for which you likely paid upward of $12-$18k to get the training to do so. I know it can be very disappointing to hear that so many have had bad experiences having serious financial impact on their lives and you are likely worried that your diploma or certificate may only have the same value of the toilet tissue hanging in your bathroom. I would be too if I was you.

    By: KALM1

    The comment putting down another reviewer/student of Trios speaks for itself and shows Future Ruined has a bias and feels it necessary not just to put down the school but any student who goes to the school who is having a positive experience there.


    Trios College Toronto Location

    Hi I am a second career student and I am taking Network Specialist at Trios at Sherbourne Toronto Location
    Thi is what my experience has been
    The customer service is not the greatest, we have only one teacher for the entire course that does not speak english well at all and does not explain at all numerous students have gone to the Director of Toronto site and nothing has been done to change this situation. The courses are very fast and you need to put another 3 to 4 hours at home in order to stay on track the books are great and the organization in the school is top notch but unfortunately the most important component in the school the teachers are below standards and the college has received various complains but no changes has been made.
    Also the computers are below standards for example one of my courses in order to do the labs which is the most important part to learn we need it a machine with minimum 8GB RAM and visrtualization support, but we all we had was 4GB...

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    By: non-member

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    By: FUTURERUINED

    The current Campus Director at the Toronto location, Lynda Eng, has no professional qualifications but the fact she was promoted from another position within the college that, again, required no qualifications. She engages in harassment of students as though she is a bully in a high school clique which is contrary to the professionalism she demands from the students she passes judgement on within the disciplinary process that had vast and long term effects on students.

    A SCAM AND A JOKE

    I tollk Travel & Tourism 8 years ago and noone will hire me. They say that diploma isn't worth the paper it is written on. The teacher didn'y know nothing....just a waste of my $10,000

    By: non-member

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    By: IVOR84

    Do you think that maybe, just maybe, you can't get a job because you can't properly communicate? What you typed here is just atrocious. Speak/type properly and then you can complain about not getting hired.

    By: FUTURERUINED

    Colleges like TriOS are supposed to 'qualify' the students they accept into the program ensuring hey have the skills necessary to complete the program. Yet, they accept people who have never operated a keyboard before into their Paralegal program expecting them to be able to miraculously obtain these skills in the few days before they are required to submit extensive type written assignments. They also accept into the program people who do not have the command of the English language(verbal and written)necessary to pass the program they enrol in. Yet, they will encourage these students, who have NO CHANCE WHATSOEVER of working in their desired field because of this, to stay in the program as long as humanly possible before they give up with their dreams of advancement smashed and laugh their way to the bank with these students tuition money that they are not entitled to refund of the longer they stay in the program.

    Trios will screw you over

    I went to Trios Hamilton Campus. You are paying close to seventeen grand for a waste of time. I took the law clerk program and everyone in my class including myself will say its a waste of time and money. The instructors dont know what they are talking about, the text books you receive are not the proper books you need to be learning out of. I did the law clerk plus internship and the school went through three internshpi co ordinators in a worth of three months and somehow they lost my hours and I had to start all over again. Free work for another two months. Dont go here Its a waste. There were about twenty people in my class and probably only five out of those twenty actually got a job after school.Take my word for it go to somewhere creditable like Mohawk for your Law Clerk Diploma.

    By: triosblows

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    By: FUTURERUINED

    The administration at Trios is never to blame for things such as lost/inaccurate record keeping. Their Student Handbook places the onus on the student to make sure their records are correct and bringing inaccurate record keeping to their attention is likely to bring on harassment as record keeping is something the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities does take seriously, but it wont do anything to fix the situation once they suspend or expel you as a "problem student"

    Future triOS Student

    triOS may not give information on tuition but if you do your research you can find the information. Check out the Service Ontario website.
    triOS is an accredited private college just choose your program wisely. I did a lot of research before choosing the school and I was also a Sheridan College student in my first term, Sheridan was the worst experience ever. It is not always private colleges that are a scam, you just have to find the right school and program for yourself.
    I will do another review once I start the school and actually see what is going on but for now I have no complaints.

    By: non-member

    Comments

    By: NEEDHELP

    hi there do you mind sharing which campus u were in? i am researching on trios- IT programs...

    Valuable Information

    When I am researching which educational facility would give me the best education, the best experience, and the best environment for my needs, it's important to give yourself all the information. What that means is simply, cost is only one part of the big picture of getting the education for a job. There is much to be said about the whole learning experience, because you will not only finish with a piece of paper, you will also take with you a whole new world of knowledge and experience that will shape your future. Give yourself all the information needed, before making a very important life long decision. In other words, "Why do you not want to meet for an appointment? Is it because you don't care about anything but that piece of paper? Is it because you don't care about the learning environment, the people involved in the behind the scenes decision making of the running of the school? Is it because you aren't sure if you can afford it? That's why you go, to...

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    By: non-member

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    By: FUTURERUINED

    You must not know that TriOS College forces all persons wanting information, that is often necessary to complete funding applications to endure their admissions process, including testing and a high pressure interview, simply to obtain their marketing information. It is at these meetings they make all of their verbal false representations that are all cancelled within the contract through clauses that say "I have not relied on any verbal representations in making my decision to enrol at this college". That way, when you find out that everything they said was a total lie, they think you cant sue them for it. What prospective students owe to themselves is a decent education at a provincial college.

    trios college a scam

    If you are in contact with this school run the other way you will not get anything close to a worthwhile education nor one that will help you find work in your chosen field

    In fact most employers will smirk when they see Trios College under education on your resume and won't hire you for this very reason

    By: triosscam

    triOS Grad

    I graduated from triOS College 13 months ago. I was able to return to the workforce almost immediately. My time with triOs was very enjoyable and my whole course was very well organized to suit my needs. The campus that I attended always ensured that the students were kept up-to-date with all matters. There was always an activity which included all the students and tutors. This enabled everyone to get to know each other, make lasting friendships, share knowledge and make the college a place you would look forward to attending every day - a family like atmosphere. If certain people were unhappy with triOS it was because they went there with their pessimistic attitudes in the first place. Unhappy people should not try to spread their negativity to other people and then turn round and degrade the school which they had chosen to attend in the first place. They should remember that they are at triOs to learn and improve themselves and enhance their skills so that they can go out in the real world and present themselves in an educated manner.

    By: non-member

    Comments

    By: NEEDHELP

    do u mind telling me what program u did and which campus u went to

    By: NEEDHELP

    do u mind telling me what program u did and which campus u went to

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    triOS College Grad

    For me personally, triOS met all my needs. I was very satisfied with the college, my instructors and the sequence in which my courses were scheduled. My accounting instructor was always on hand even after school.

    People who complained about triOS are just unhappy with themselves and went to the college with a bad attitude in the first place. In life, it is each to their own, and if someone wants to attend a college like triOS, that is their perogative. Complainants should have appreciated what knowledge they would have acquired at the college so when they returned to the real world it would be with a positive attitude and outlook.

    I consider that negativity towards triOS by discontented people will not deter others from attending the college.

    By: non-member

    Comments

    By: FUTURERUINED

    LOL I find it humourous that the TriOS employee assigned to this site repeatedly doesn't mention the campus they attended and TriOS always "met all their needs", and there is no possible way that even one of the negative comments made on this site are legitimate because in the surreal world of TriOS, everyone is a happy camper, and when as they say, you 'return to the 'real world' you will also be happy, happy, happy.

    Positive triOS graduate

    I am shocked to see these reviews still posted on this website! In fact, I have spoken to many of my fellow graduates in hopes that they too will come here and post their positive comments to show that not everyone feels this way.

    I have graduated from triOS in 2008 from their Business Administration program and not only did I graduate with Honours, I did not miss a day.
    My instructors were knowledgeable and always willing to help in any way. They went out of their way to find ways to educate every student who asked for extra help and in fact encouraged us to organize study groups to help each other. This not only helped make lifelong friendships but taught us networking, and encouraged people who were shy to speak up and out.

    Quite often, the best way to find out about someplace is to visit the place in question. From the time you walk in the door at the Mississauga campus you will notice a bright and fresh atmosphere. You...

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    By: triOSgrad

    Comments

    By: ALTIMA

    I'm a prospective student and the way you wrote that review and vehemently defend the college against any other review not in a positive light just makes it very obvious your NOT a student your an employee of some type... and a college that gets employee's to submit fake reviews makes me wonder about it's integrity

    By: FUTURERUINED

    If you are going to portray yourself as a grad and not an employee perhaps you should not use words that imply that you are a TriOS employee in your posts such as "The Education Consultants will talk with you about the college and the programs available, the Financial Aid Officer will explain all financial options available to you and OUR exceptional Career Services team are there to explain their part in helping you become employed after graduation."

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    BAD CHOICE FOR A "COLLEGE"

    I decided to attend this place because I was interested in a legal program, having had a higher education from university I thought this would be a good addition to my resume and career choice. As it turned out I found the organization of this school horrible for the program I was taking, it has not yet been approved on the LSUC as a legitmate Paralegal program and doubt it ever will be ( they only have until Jan. 2010). The tutition for this program was not worth the cheap and outdated equipment, software programs and tiny building and rooms that holds far too many students and programs than is comfortable and highly unprofessional. This place seriously lacks any integrity with how they treat complaints, questions from students and students themselves, they have a bad career counselling team who are too unqualified and niave to really help thier students into thier chosen field successfully.
    The whole point of this school is to get and continue getting as much governement...

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    By: eagle88

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    By: TRIOSSTUDENT

    haha they will "help" you find a job...but they wont do it for you!!! You need to get off ur a*s and do something yourself as well :/

    again just saying...

    By: TRIOSGRAD

    The Mississauga triOS campus encompasses the complete second floor at 55 City Centre Dr and recently has expanded to accommodate more students. triOS has had over 14 years delivering career training and has instructors that bring their experiences into the classroom to demonstrate what real life will be like.
    When you go to the website you can see the many activities that the staff and students participate in and contribute to, at the campus and in the community.
    http://www.trios.com/career/?section=Community

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