International Qualifications Assessment The Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT) is pleased to offer a new International Qualifications Assessment (IQA) service for internationally trained technology professionals. The IQA allows international trained technology professional to have their educational credentials assessed against Canadian criteria.
Canadian Technology Immigration Network The Canadian Technology Immigration Network (CTIN) is led by the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT) and has been developed with the specific goal of assisting internationally-trained engineering technology professionals in having their credentials recognized and finding successful employment in Canada.
International Qualifications Database The International Qualifications Data Base (IQDB) is a database of applied science and engineering technology programs in over 60 countries around the world that have been assessed against Canadian academic criteria. Programs within the IQDB are assessed at either the Associate, Technician or Technologist level.
Canadian Virtual University (CVU) Find online courses and programs offered by recognized Canadian universities, most of which are available worldwide. Includes information for international students to self-assess and improve their language skills, or earn transferrable credits from a Canadian university offering distance education courses.
Working in Canada is another Government of Canada site that contains valuable information for newcomers concerning employment opportunities, labour market projections and finding a job.
Hireimmigrants.ca This site identifies the challenges and explores the opportunities for business through the talents of skilled immigrants. It shares practices of employers already down this path, and presents strategies to include skilled immigrants in Canadian offices, boardrooms, laboratories and work floors.
http://www.graduateresumes.com/ GraduateResumes.com provides free access to career postings from companies in Canada, a resume wizard, relocation tools, free e-mail, a national scholarship search, career articles, and chats with human resource professionals, employers, and recruiters.
Newcomers to Canada DayPlanner and Website If you are a newcomer to Canada – or if you are considering Canada as your new home – the DayPlanner and the Newcomers to Canada website have been designed for you. The goal is to give you quick and easy access to things you need to know as you build your new life here.
Settlement.org This unique site offers information about: employment, immigration and citizenship, community services, language training, legal services, housing, education, consumer information, health, and much more.