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Government Funded Training Programs Are The First Step To Employment in Canada

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 21, 2017 10:33:00 AM / by Prepare for Canada posted in working in canada

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Government funded training programs can give you the boost you need to help get a career in Canada that you can be proud of.

The Food Processing Human Resources Council’s Pre-Arrival Food Safety Management Training Program provides employment-related, self-paced training.  Upon completion of the program each participant will earn a certificate that is recognized by Canadian employers.  Preparing pre-arrival newcomers for careers in the Canadian food and beverage manufacturing industry. The program is targeted towards eligible pre-arrival clients in English.

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I Need To Get Canadian Qualifications But They're Too Expensive!

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 17, 2017 11:36:49 AM / by Prepare for Canada posted in working in canada, After You Arrive, Continuing education

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Are Your Overseas Credentials Holding You Back?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 13, 2017 9:04:00 AM / by Prepare for Canada posted in KBYG Credential Recognition, working in canada, University of Toronto, Continuing education

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Stuck In Your Job? Don’t Know How To Take The Next Step In Your Career?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 11, 2017 9:03:00 AM / by Prepare for Canada posted in KBYG Credential Recognition, working in canada, University of Toronto, Continuing education

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Just Can't Get The Job You Want? Is Something Missing In Your Skills?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 8, 2017 10:00:00 AM / by Prepare for Canada posted in KBYG Credential Recognition, working in canada, University of Toronto, Continuing education

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Writing A Cover Letter That Will Get You Noticed By Canadian Employers

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 6, 2017 10:52:00 AM / by Ridhisha Mekala posted in working in canada, candian style resume

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Many skilled immigrants in Canada have always tried to figure out the answer to the big question “How to work as an immigrant?” When I first arrived here, like any immigrant I have been through the struggle of how to find and keep a job in Canada. I couldn’t quite understand what was stopping me from finding a job in my field until I was able to figure out what works and what does not in the Canadian job market. Finding a job that fits your skills is a constant process in Canada. Getting the much needed “Canadian work experience” on your resume can be challenging at first but not impossible.

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How I Got Canadian Work Experience

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 27, 2016 12:03:00 PM / by Anna Prokofieva posted in working in canada, living in Canada

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How To Adapt To Canadian Customs And Etiquette

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 21, 2016 4:15:29 PM / by Nida Shahzeb posted in working in canada, Customs, living in Canada

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Canadian Style Resume Templates

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 18, 2016 11:00:00 AM / by Prepare for Canada posted in working in canada, candian style resume

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When immigrants come to Canada, one of their first challenges is to find meaningful employment in the field of industry that they desire.  There are lots of factors that may help advance or limit these newcomers.  These include, geography, education, and the esteem to which their qualifications are held in Canada to name a few.  A lot of these aspects are out of their control, at least temporarily.  One thing that they can control is how best they understand their own personality and work styles.

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Know Your Strengths Before An Interview

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 17, 2016 12:04:00 AM / by Prepare for Canada posted in working in canada, candian style resume

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Once you have applied for a job you want in Canada and invited for an interview a lot of newcomers to Canada don’t really know how to prepare themselves.  Even though you may be fully qualified for the position on paper, being unfamiliar with the Canadian interview process can be quite daunting.

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