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Read more at the source at http://www.cnmag.ca/connecting-talent-with-opportunities/
Skills for Change is just one of the many agencies offering job search workshops. More information can be obtained by calling (416) 658-3101 ext. 234 or by e-mailing email@example.com.
Windsor Employment Resource Centre offers assistance in Windsor. They can be reach at 400 City Hall Square East. Their phone number is (519) 253-4544 and their website http://www.citywindsor.ca/000581.asp
Job finding clubs
Read more at the source at http://www.cnmag.ca/a-range-of-employment-resources/
Read more at http://www.cnmag.ca/help-for-internationally-trained-it-professionals/
For more information visit: http://www.cnmag.ca/job-search-strategies-searching-the-smarter-way/
Where talent is needed
Solving the skills gap issue
About IT Connections
For more information, visit http://www.accesemployment.ca/index.php/information-technology-connections
Source: ACCES Employment
Skilled Immigrant Agencies and Programs in the Tech World
- The e-Talent Canada Portal is a unique online interactive map that provides Canadians access to dynamic labour market information. Check out our webinar on this tool.
- The Integrated Work Experience Strategy (IWES) program provides training for internationally educated professionals in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry to find work.
- IT connections assist internationally trained information technology professionals in obtaining a career in Canada by providing job search strategies and connections to IT employers.
- Humber College’s .NET Bridging program offers a 24-week bridging program for internationally trained IT professionals who possess experience in computer programming. The program intends to equip participants with the knowledge and skill to work as software developers in the Canadian job market.
- York University’s Bridging Program for Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs) works with small and large local businesses, not-for-profits, professional associations, and accreditation bodies to help IEPs transition into a position that matches their education, credentials, and experience.
- Associate Information Technology Professional (AITP): The Pre-Professional AITP designation is for those who have recently graduated from an IT program at a university or college but don’t yet have the required experience for the I.S.P. designation.
- Information Systems Professional (I.S.P.): Canada’s only IT designation that is recognized by law, I.S.P. status conveys to clients and employers trusted assurance of an IT professional’s knowledge and technical background. I.S.P. standing has been granted in Canada since 1989, and is legislated as a self-regulating designation in six provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). Other provinces are working toward introducing similar legislation.
- Information Technology Certified Professional (ITCP): In 2008, CIPS introduced the ITCP certification, designed specifically for senior IT practitioners and academics who want to demonstrate to their employer, clients, students, and partners that, in addition to possessing IT knowledge, they understand how to effectively apply their experience to achieving organizational excellence.
To increase your chances of employment, at the interview stage, make sure you inform the employer about ICTC’s Ontario CareerConnect program. An employer may be eligible to receive a 50 percent wage subsidy for a candidate for up to 26 weeks.