Trade Schools and Colleges in Brampton

Brampton Trade SchoolsThere is no better time than now to start working toward your new career.

Trade schools and colleges in Brampton can help you get the strong start you're looking for in the industry you want to work in. Whether you are passionate about health care, technology, business, criminal justice, or another growing field, you can find a training program that will suit your unique interests and allow your talents to develop.

You can find a school that values your individual needs so you have the freedom to let your new skills develop. By maximizing your ability to learn what you need to get started in your chosen career, you can finish school with the confidence that you're prepared for what to expect in the workforce.

Take a step toward achieving the career you want by browsing the exciting array of programs below. Request information from one or more of these colleges in Brampton to get started!

Learn Why Brampton Is a Student-Friendly Place With Plenty to Offer



Featured Schools

triOS College

  • Accounting Applications
  • Accounting and Payroll Administrator
  • Accounting and Payroll Specialist
  • Addiction Worker
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Advanced Business Office Applications
  • Applications Developer
  • Business Administration
  • Community Services Worker
  • CompTIA A+
  • CompTIA Network+
  • Enterprise Web & Mobile Developer
  • Honours Business Administration
  • Information Technology Administrator
  • Information Technology Professional
  • Law Clerk
  • Law and Security Officer
  • Medical Office Assistant
  • Medical Transcriptionist
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Specialist
  • Network Support Technician
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant
  • Office Administrator
  • Paralegal
  • PC Support Technician
  • Personal Support Worker
  • Pharmacy Assistant
  • Physiotherapy Assistant
  • Physiotherapy Assistant / Occupational Therapy Assistant
  • Police Foundations
  • Supply Chain & Logistics
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Video Game Design and Development
  • Video Game Design Technologies
  • Web Technology Specialist


North American Trade Schools

  • Construction and Maintenance Electrician Pre-Apprenticeship
  • HVAC Technician
  • Solar Energy Technician
  • Welding Technology


Medix College

  • Community Service Worker
  • Early Childcare Assistant
  • Fitness and Health Promotion
  • Intra-Oral Dental Assistant
  • Massage Therapy
  • Medical Laboratory Assistant/Technician
  • Medical Office Administrator
  • Personal Support Worker
  • Personal Support Worker Upgrading
  • Pharmacy Assistant



Why Brampton Is a Student-Friendly Place With Plenty to Offer

When it comes to suburbs within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), one stands out for its distinctive features. Brampton is already the ninth-largest Canadian city, and it's on the upswing of its growth potential.* And, as many students have already discovered, it has a lot to offer anyone who is considering upgrading his or her education in Southern Ontario. Here are some big reasons why:

It's a Rapidly Growing City with Lots of Young People

Brampton's population of close to 525,000 people is more than double what it was only two decades ago. And, despite being Canada's second-fastest-growing large city, it still has a lot more room to grow. (The city plans on opening up more than 2,700 additional acres for development very soon).*

Opportunity comes with that kind of growth, evidenced by the fact that a lot of companies are bringing their head offices and other major facilities to Brampton. More than 8,500 business already call the city home. And many more are expected.*

Plus, in part due to the lower cost of living (as compared to Toronto), Brampton enjoys a population with a median age of 34.7—the lowest of all large Canadian cities.* So it's a terrific place to live, work, or go to school if you're hoping to connect with other people who share your types of ambitions.

It Provides Easy Access to Other Cities in the GTA—and All Over the World

Brampton is connected to the rest of the GTA by several major roads and highways. But it's the city's public transportation system that really deserves attention. In 2009 alone, it served more than 12 million people, many of them going to and from downtown Toronto and other surrounding areas. The highlight of the system is the Brampton Züm, a rapid bus transit line that is celebrated for its innovations.*

Think you might be taking trips to other parts of Canada or even other countries? Being a Brampton resident means being very close to one of the globe's best-connected airports. Toronto Pearson International Airport is next to the city and allows nation- or globe-trotting students to get direct flights to more than 180 destinations around the world.**



* City of Brampton, website last accessed on August 27, 2016.

** Toronto Pearson International Airport, website last accessed on August 27, 2016.