How to immigrate to Canada as an Engineer

This course has been developed to assist International trained engineers like you to learn how to immigrate to Canada.

This course has been developed to assist International trained engineers like you to learn how you can become eligible to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency via the Express Entry System under the different immigration programs available In Canada and what you will require in order to begin your application.
This course includes a basic overview of the Express Entry system, the different eligible immigration programs, the required language and acceptance tests. It also covers some resources design to assist professional immigrants to navigate the Canadian labor market and secure employment.
By the end of this course, you will know some of the strategies and resources used in your immigration journey, job search in Canada and how to integrate into the Canadian labor market and start your new life in the True North.
This course is taught by a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).

Intended Audience: students, professionals, engineers, civil engineers, chemical engineers, mechanical engineers, immigration to canada practical guide

Introduction to the course.
Benefits of the course.
Why people around the world wants to come to Canada?
Immigrating to Canada-Recommended YouTube video.
Destination Canada-Recommended YouTube video.
Facts about Canada
Important Message about the course.
Exploring the recommended tools in Nexus Canada Blog
Overview of the Canadian Immigration System.
What is Express Entry?
How Express Entry works
The Federal Skilled Worker Program
Six Selection Factors
The Federal Skilled Trade Program
The Canadian Experience Class.
Provincial Nominee Program overview and application process.
Provincial Nominee Programs-Regular Processing.
Express Entry via the Provincial Nominee Program.
Assignment: Do you Qualify? Let's find out with the Come to Canada Wizard.
The Language test requirements.
Online Language Assessments
Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)
Assignment: Determine what your degree is comparable to in Canada.
Using the NOC Matrix.
Assignment: Find your occupation NOC code
The Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS)
Creating an Express Entry online profile.
Register with the Job Bank
Assignment: Creating a Job Match account with Job Bank.
Offer of Employment and proof of funds.
Road map to Engineering in Canada.
Accredited Engineering Programs in Canada by Institution.
Get Licensed as an Engineer in Canada.
Professional Engineer: Application Process Overview
Academic Requirements.
Work Experience Requirements.
Language requirements.
Good Character requirement.
Professionalism and Ethics.
Assignment: The Academic Information Tool for Engineers.
Get your credentials assessed in Canada.
Creating a Job Market Report in Job Bank.
Assignment:Create a job Market Report
How to find your Occupational Profile in CICIC.ca
Assignment: Find your Occupational Profile
How to apply for accreditation in Ontario?
How to apply for accreditation in Alberta?
How to apply for accreditation in Saskatchewan?
How to apply for accreditation in British Columbia?
How to apply for accreditation in Manitoba?
How to apply for accreditation in Quebec?
Assignment: How to use the Compass Tool from the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec .
How to apply for accreditation in Nova Scotia?
How to apply for accreditation in New Brunswick?
How to apply for accreditation in Newfoundland & Labrador?
How to apply for accreditation in Prince Edward Island?
How to apply for accreditation in Northwest Territories and Nunavut?
How to apply for accreditation in Yukon?
Where do you want to live and work in Canada.
Assignment: Canada’s Best Places to Live
Engineering salaries in Canada.
How do you apply for a job in Canada as an Engineer.
Recommended Job sites In Canada.
Recommended Provincial Job banks.
Recommended Job sites for Engineers
The Canadian Hidden Job market
The Canadian Workplace culture
Optimizing your job search in Canada.
Using the working in Canada tool.
Assignment: Using the working in Canada tool.
How to use the Engscape website.
Assignment: Using the EngScape micro site.
Preparing your Canadian Resume, Cover Letter and Reference letter.
Assignment:Create your Canadian Resume
Using Linked In as part of your Strategy.
Using Magnet and Joorbit as part of your Strategy.
Assignment: Create your presence online for job search.
Interviewing Online: strategies and best practices.
Invitation to Apply (ITA)
Required documents for PR application
Proving your work experience
Police Certificate and Criminal Background check.
Medical exams.
Mandatory documents (if applicable)
Other documents
Inadmissibility issues.
Sending your application for PR
Canadian Immigrant Integration Program: CIIP
Pre-arrival services
Prepare for Canada
Prepare for Canada online fairs
In-Tac Virtual Career Expo
Engineering societies in Canada.
Banking for newcomers to Canada
Renting in Canada.
Assignment: Using the Living in Canada Tool
Recommended Settlement services.
Recruiters and Employment Agencies in Canada.
Volunteering in Canada
Internships and Co-op placements options.
Bridge Training Programs
Immigrant Employment Loan programs
Bridging Programs for Internationally Trained Engineers (ITE)
Mentoring programs in Canada
Settlement agencies in Canada.
Network meetings in Canada
Course Wrap up and Thank you.
BONUS LECTURE -
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What's included

  • 88 Video Lessons
  • 21 Text Lessons

  • Works on all devices
  • Certificate of completion

Andy H Rodriguez Peralta

Instructor

Andy H. Rodriguez Peralta, B.S., RCIC. Andy Rodriguez is fluent in both the English and Spanish languages. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the Pedro Henriquez Urena National University of Santo Domingo and graduated Magna Cum Laude with high distinction.He obtained his Certificate degree in Immigration Law from Humber College, Toronto. He has been practicing Immigration law and assisting clients since 2010.

He is a certified and licensed Canadian Immigration Consultant. He is a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultant of the Canadian Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC).