FOREIGN RECRUITMENT (CPD)
- Human Resources managers and professionals
- Recruitment agency employees and managers
- Administrative personnel of Canadian corporations and organizations
- Settlement services experts
- Employees of immigration law firms and consultancy firms
- Professionals who potentially deal with temporary foreign workers
- Other professionals who are interested in this field
- Introduction to the Canadian Immigration System (Foreign Workers)
- Federal guidelines over foreign recruitment
- The Ontario Employment Protection for Foreign Nationals Act
- The Saskatchewan Foreign Worker Recruitment and Immigration Services Act
- Exploring the point of view of other provinces over foreign recruitment
- Canadian Permanent Residency & Citizenship options for foreign workers.
ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY: (PROFESSIONALISM CONTENT)
- Misrepresentation and consequences of misrepresentation.
- Accommodating client’s requests ethically and following the guidelines imposed by the law.
- Ethical matter arising from SASK and Foreign Workers Recruitment and Immigration Services Act.
- NOC – National Occupational Classification
- Authorization – Who may work in Canada
- Visa, eTA, Permit
- Work without a Permit
- LMIA – Labour Market Impact Assessment
- Work without an LMIA under the international agreements and the Canadian interests
- Work with an LMIA for low-wage or high-wage employees
- Immigration and citizenship options for Temporary Workers
Participants of this program may be eligible to claim up to 6 CPD hours.
Al. Parsai (MA, DTM, RCIC)
Al Parsai is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and author 88 TIPS ON IMMIGRATION TO CANADA. He is the CEO of Parsai Immigration Services located in the heart of Toronto Financial District. Al holds a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology. He is a Distinguished Toastmaster and a proud member of the Rotary International. Al has written ten (10) books and hundreds of articles. He has delivered hundreds of courses and speeches in four countries including Canada, United Kingdom, Iran and the United Arab Emirates. Al is a faculty member of Ashton College in Vancouver and the Global School of Corporate Excellence in Toronto. He teaches immigration consulting diploma courses at Ashton College.
*DISCLAIMER: This program is not designed for immigration practitioners. Upon completing this program you are NOT allowed to offer immigration, work permit or visa advice. You are also NOT permitted to represent clients to the immigration authorities. This program is purely designed to train HR Professionals who have knowledge of foreign recruitment. By taking this program you DO NOT qualify to write ICCRC or a Law Society professional exam.