Paths for Skilled Immigrants

Many of us grew up with the idea that a career was for life: you go to university or college, learn a profession or occupation, get a job in a good company and with some effort, time and luck, ...

Cristy Solano, who worked as an engineer in the Philippines, came to Vancouver, BC in 2000 with her husband and daughter. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Bicol ...

There are over 100 trades in Canada. In British Columbia,  the Industry Training Authority (ITA) regulates and manages programs for trades including the 49 which are ...

If you have engineering education and experience from the Philippines, you can pursue a job that utilizes these skills in Canada, and not have to resort to taking totally unrelated survival jobs - ...

Depending on your educational background and experience, finding a job in the educational sector in Canada may prove to be very easy…or very challenging. In most cases, you may need to upgrade your ...

Many immigrants think that having their credentials evaluated means they can work in their profession in Canada as they did in their home countries. Unfortunately, this is not true. However, having ...