The following Bridge Training programs can help internationally trained information technology professionals find employment in the Canadian information technology sector.
The Bridge Training for Internationally Educated Professionals program helps internationally trained professionals with backgrounds in accounting, business, finance, management, marketing, public administration and information technology find employment in their field of expertise. The program provides training in Canadian business culture and communication, occupation-specific language training, and technical upgrading in participants’ area of professional focus. Participants also receive career coaching and opportunities to connect with employers through mentoring, networking and internships. Participants who complete the program can earn a certificate from York University.
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This program helps internationally educated ICT professionals find employment in their field. It provides participants with sector-specific language/communication training, cultural integration, and technical academic training. Participants also have the opportunity to gain Canadian work experience in the form of work placements, internships, volunteering or mentorships.
This program assists internationally educated information and communications technology (ICT) professionals integrate successfully into ICT workplaces at levels commensurate with their skills and experience. Participants receive three weeks of intensive training to hone their culture and communication skills, branding and self-marketing skills, professional networking skills and interview skills. They also enter a coaching relationship with high-level industry leader coaches who have been oriented in effective coaching skills for this client group. Additionally, new hires and their employers are assisted with three months of effective workplace integration support.
This program provides internationally trained information technology professionals with occupation-specific communications training and mentoring opportunities.
This program offers workplace culture and communications training as well as mentoring and work placement opportunities for internationally trained information technology professionals.
This program helps internationally trained professionals with computer programming experience find jobs in their field. The program includes training in occupation-specific language, workplace culture and communications, as well as effective job search strategies. Participants will also have access to mentoring opportunities.
This program is for internationally educated Information and Communications Technology (ICT) professionals in the Ottawa area. It offers a technical training and full-time professional work placements in the ICT sector that will expose participants to employment in the ICT sector in the Ottawa area.
This program is for internationally trained professionals with backgrounds in computer science, information technology or engineering, who are seeking employment in the field of Cloud Computing. This program is 28 weeks long and provides participants with technical skills training, mentorship opportunities and sector-specific employment services.