When you apply for a job in Canada, you will need a Canadian-style resume, cover letter and references, but did you know you may also be asked for a credential evaluation of your international qualifications?
- Credentials recognition – When you apply for a job in Canada, you may be asked for a credential evaluation of your qualifications. This site will help you to measure your level of education to the Canadian equivalent.
- Foreign Credentials Referral Office (FCRO) – The Foreign Credentials Referral Office (FCRO) is part of Citizenship and Immigration Canada. It provides information, path-finding and referral services on foreign credential recognition to help internationally trained workers succeed and put their skills to work in Canada more quickly.
- Working in Canada tool – The Working in Canada Tool helps you to decide about where to live and work by producing a report containing information on job descriptions, wages, skills and more.
- Interview techniques – This site will help you prepare for an interview with useful tips on planning and rehearsing interview answers.
- Resume writing – Use this site for tips on resume preparation. Whether your profession is licensed or unlicensed, you will need a professional, Canadianized resumé.
- Job finding techniques – This site will help you to find postings of thousands of new jobs.
- Professional Immigrant Networks (PINS) – PINs is both an online community and a program of strategic initiatives that strengthens networks, links them together in a learning community.