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In Canada, education never stops. As an internationally-educated professional, there is a wealth of resources such as bridging programs, English and French language training and continuing education options to help you equip yourself for professional success. Gain the credentials you need to get the job you want. Discover these avenues and more in this section.

CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses completes 20 years

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One of the first government-funded bridge training programs for Ontario’s newcomer health professionals, CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses is celebrating 20 years of success in 2021. Originally called CARE, the organization’s name came from its goal: Creating Access to Regulated Employment. A grassroots group of community advocates founded this body in 2001 seeing Internationally […]

Do skilled immigrants need a Canadian credential to get ahead?

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Skilled immigrants to Canada bring with them job experience and also educational credentials. However, do they also need a Canadian credential to get ahead? Paula Calderon, National Director – Client Success at Windmill Microlending answers that question in conversation with New Canadians’ reporter Shruti Dargan. Whether a skilled immigrant needs a Canadian credential or not […]

York’s Bridging Program for IEPs helps you gain the credentials you might be missing

Shamira Madhany on how WES is assisting students, immigrants during the pandemic

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The unprecedented pandemic situation has forced the world to change the way it functions. Going digital and working remotely is the need of the hour. In this interview with New Canadians, Shamira Madhany, Managing Director – Canada and Deputy Executive Director, World Education Services (WES), shares how the evaluation body has digitized their Educational Credential […]

WES’ new program, a solution for newcomers who don’t have access to documentation

Canadian Language Benchmarks standard, and what it means to newcomers

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Communities are stronger when everyone is engaged, connected and well-integrated. For that very reason, developing language skills is essential for any newcomer to Canada. Some newcomers need help to improve their language skills to get a job, while others want to learn English in order to navigate activities and interactions in their daily lives. This […]

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WES’ new program, a solution for newcomers who don’t have access to documentation

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Many newcomers who move to Canada might be doing so as a result of being forcibly displaced from their countries of origin. In many cases, they do not have access to the credentials needed in order to pursue education and work in Canada. World Education Services has recently launched the Gateway program for such individuals. […]

How to have a career, not just a job, in Canada

Windmill Microlending is the new face of IAF Canada

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Immigrant Access Fund Canada (IAF) has recently announced their rebranding into Windmill Microlending, a move that is in line with the charity’s new growth strategy. Windmill Microlending offers help to skilled immigrants and refugees by giving loans of up to $10,000 for restarting their professional careers. Over $22M has been leant to more than 4,000 […]

Learning workplace lingo with OSLT

CARE is the centre for newcomer nurses

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For internationally educated nurses, finding work in Canada doesn’t always go as planned. That’s where CARE Centre comes in – connecting nurses to the Canadian foundation they need to start working here. In this video you’ll find out about what CARE can offer and also hear from nurses who have found support in the past.

Get ready for CPA – Interview with University of Lethbridge program director

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