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Resources for Skilled Newcomers By Katherine O’Brien

Many newcomers are offered entry into Canada because of their high education and skill levels. Despite this head start, some lack the proper preparation, expectations and "game plan" to find work – not to mention the obstacles they often face in finding jobs in their field. Thankfully, Toronto offers many programs and services to help internationally trained professionals and tradespersons prepare for the Canadian workforce. If you are internationally trained in a non-health regulated profession, such as engineering, one of your first steps should be contacting Global Experience Ontario for an overview about working in your trade or profession in this province. This means learning about regulatory bodies, professional associations and document assessment. Internationally-trained health professionals who want information about working in Ontario and the conditions they need to meet to do so can visit the HealthForceOntario website. It's also a good idea to contact the regulatory and licensing bodies governing professions directly. As well, the Ontario Government has partnered with a number of regulatory associations to create career maps for internationally trained professionals. Career maps explain every step of the registration process, including language requirements, industry trends, labour market conditions, credential assessment process and licensing fees. Credential Assessment Having your credentials assessed is a critical first step to see how far -- or how close -- you are to being able to work in your profession in Canada. To do this, contact World Education Services, International Credential Assessment Service of Canada or the Comparative Education Service of the University of Toronto. Language and Employment Services Generally, English is a key skill for anyone wanting to access employment services in Toronto. (Those who speak French can also take advantage of Frenchlanguage employment service agencies, such as Centre Francophone and Services d'emploi Boréal.) You must have at least intermediate language skills, which you can often obtain through Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) classes, offered by the Toronto District School Board or other community organizations. You can also go to a YMCA Newcomer Information Centre, which provides information about jobs and settlement services. These centres also offer language assessment.

Newcomer Employment Services Agencies If you have good language skills and some job searching knowledge, several agencies have programs that can help you to find suitable work. These programs, which mostly run full-time during the day, can give you an overview of the employment landscape in your field and help you prepare a solid resumé, cover letter, and thank-you (for the interview) letter. Some agencies also provide mentoring or a work experience placement. Here are some of the agencies that deliver programs geared to skilled newcomers: • ACCES Employment Services has programs specifically for engineers and finance and information technology (IT) professionals. It also offers a Talk English Café and speed mentoring events. • Skills for Change provides a host of programs and services for newcomers including programs geared towards doctors, engineers and teachers. • WoodGreen Immigrant Services offers a number of programs including a Bridging Program for Internationally Trained Individuals. This program is designed for those in the financial services, IT, engineering, health care, sales, and social services/community work fields. • Seneca College's Faculty of Workforce Skills Development offers Specialized Services for Skilled Immigrants including the Bridging to Green Careers Program, designed to help internationally trained immigrants succeed in Canada's environmental sector. • Community MicroSkills Development Centre provides settlement, employment, and self-employment services to a range of client groups including immigrants. • JVS Toronto delivers Canadian workplace communication programs as well as a job search workshop geared to unemployed newcomers. • JobStart also has programs for newcomers. You can also contact Employment Ontario at 1-800-3875656 to find out about other employment services agencies that can help you with your job search. The program links pre-screened internationally educated professionals with employers who need their skills. The project works with agencies who prepare newcomers for employment. As persons are deemed job-ready, they are referred to Skills International to create a searchable profile. When employers create postings, the system searches and matches the candidates who are the best fit from the

database of more than 4,000 job searchers. Skills International is the only site of its kind in Canada that helps internationally trained professionals to better market themselves to employers. As well, many employment agencies linked with Skills International can offer clients access to their Perfect Interview program -- a helpful self-paced online tutorial on rehearsing, mastering and reviewing interview skills with the help of a webcam (equipment at Skills International partner agencies). Gaining Canadian Experience There are also a number of bridge training programs, like the ones offered by Woodgreen and Seneca, to help newcomers in regulated trades and professions gain experience. Finding a mentor is a great way for newcomers to have someone in their field show them the ropes and introduce them to a professional network -- an invaluable resource for job seekers. For more on mentoring, read the Easing the Transition to the Canadian Workplace article. As well, our No Experience? No Credentials? No Problem! article discusses practice firms and internship programs, two other ways that newcomers can expand their network as well as obtain desirable Canadian experience. A third way to gain experience, get references and increase your network is to volunteer. One of the most common mistakes people make when volunteering is to passively "wait for a job to find them." When volunteering, it is critical for you to set specific goals that you seek to actively achieve, both to post on your resumé and to earn written references as well as online recommendations from your co-workers, supervisor, and clients on LinkedIn and Branchout, Facebook's professional profile. Network or networking is mentioned throughout the preceding two paragraphs. That's because it is considered one of the most effective methods of finding work, a key way to gain confidence and direction, and to hear about jobs before they are advertised. For networking purposes, it's a good idea to join an association in your field as well as to volunteer or do an internship. Katherine O’Brien is a Staff Writer at Reprinted with the permission of the Possibilities Online Resource Centre –


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4. Compare and contrast Whether you walk into a college and its love at first sight or if you aren’t quite sure if it’s the right one yet, it’s always a good idea to compare. By booking a tour at another college and comparing student experiences from several campuses, you should get a good idea of what college and learning environment works best for you. 5. Look into funding options Career college students use a variety of funding options including personal funds, Second Career funding, WSIB funding, and OSAP. If you require OSAP funding, make sure the college is OSAP designated. If not, speak to a representative at the college to see what other options are available.

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