Monday, February 28, 2011

Canada School Admission & Education Agency Services

What do you do?
We act as education consultants and agents.

How do you work?
We interview our clients first.

What is the purpose of the interview?
We determine several initial facts and create a plan for the client.

First Fact - What role are we playing agent or consultant?

Second Fact - Can we help the client or should we pass the client to another service provider.

Third Fact - Can we provide the best classes for the client or should we pass the students onto another school.

What is the difference between education consulting and simple agency services?

As consultants we charge for the information we provide. As teachers we charge for the training that we provide.

As agents - there is no charge for the clients - we receive a referral fee as part of a regular marketing expense.

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There are many schools and training organizations that do not pay referral fees to external agents. There are a few programs that are excellent for clients to study in as part of their education program. Because it takes time, effort and money to find out about these programs - we have to charge students a consulting fee.

As consultants we have to keep our clients best interests as the number one priority. We do not discriminate between schools that pay fees and schools that do not. Our consulting fee - pays us for the advice that will help the client.

For additional information Go to:
http://www.eslincanada.com/agency.html

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