Individuals mentoring an internationally trained professional through NWPB’s program are encouraged to download our Mentor Tool Kit. This resource is filled with valuable information and insights for creating a productive and rewarding experience for you and your mentee.
Newcomer professionals who join our program are encouraged to download our Mentee Tool Kit. Here you will find valuable information and resources to help you get the most out of your partnership with your mentor.
Leveraging the expertise and best practices developed by members of the #ImmigrantsWork coalition, the Employer Playbook is intended to provide easy-to-implement strategies that support your efforts to:
The Employer Learning Hub, a collaboration between Canada’s eight Immigrant Employment Councils, is a new website that will help promote innovative ideas and best practices in strategizing immigrant inclusion in the Canadian economy. Employers accessing the learning hub will realize a competitive advantage in attracting, hiring, training and retaining qualified, competitive immigrant talent.
Our partners at Immigrant Employment Council of British Columbia have created the ASCEND (Applied Skills Curriculum to Empower Newcomer Development) program: an innovative online program that builds newcomer soft skills for employment in their new home community. Providing interactive e-learning modules, workshops, and supportive assignments that can be done at your own pace, this program empowers newcomers looking to resume their career in Canada.
If you’re looking to restart your career or seeking to bridge the gap between your education, experience and employment in Canada, Goodman Group’s Canadian Business for Internationally Trained Professionals (ITPs) certificate is for you.
This program is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required to secure commensurate employment. Click the button below to learn more.
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