Legal Training Offered by National Academy in Mississauga and Hamilton
The National Academy of Health and Business offers two excellent legal training programs at the diploma level, serving as a perfect way to break into the law enforcement or legal administration sectors. NAHB’s career training is heavily focused on practical skills learned through hands-on training as well as focused classroom lectures and demonstrations. This education is designed to expertly prepare students for work in a variety of legal careers from police officers and customs and immigrations to court officers, legal administrators or legal assistants.
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Law Enforcement / Police Foundations Diploma
Legal Office Administration Diploma
The Legal Faculty at NAHB was set up in collaboration with the Police Learning System Advisory Committee and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Legal training at the National Academy of Health and Business is designed to help students develop extensive and useful practical skills, and the real world experience they need to have the confidence and knowledge to become future legal workers or law enforcement officers.
Career Training in Law Enforcement and Legal Administration
Programs at NAHB are taught by professionals in the legal industry who are renowned for their skills and possess a wealth of experience. Legal administration courses are heavily focused on excellent computer skills and industry recognized training on various programs and equipment. The Law Enforcement / Police Foundations Diploma is one of the best in the country, and teaches necessary, industry specific skills like firearms training, conflict management and more, that are paramount in preparing students for rewarding careers in security or law enforcement careers. Our programs ensure that successful graduates are ready for a job as soon as they leave our program.