For Internationally Trained Professionals and Trades People

Our Services

Facilitators conduct individualized research that specifically addresses clients’ accreditation goals. This research and its conclusions are then communicated to the client in a confidential one- to- one session accompanied by a customized report. The interview and action plans include:

Pathways to certification:
• Certification for Comparative evaluation
• Certification and Licensing
• Training
• Trades
• Translations
• Portfolio

Pathway to Alternative Related Occupations which include:
Alternative to Licensing Career – an introduction of related career options that do not require certification or licensing, regulated versus non-regulated. Facilitators will research and identify occupations that client is qualified for, or has opportunities to work in. This includes Trades profiling.

Pathway to Skills Upgrading by:
Accreditation Portfolio by way of individual instruction or group workshops

Accreditation is needed when employers look for education as a requirement for employment or when a profession is regulated in Canada. Sometimes a license or certificate is required to practice in Canada.
Sometimes however, accreditation is not needed at all, which is why 100% clarity is required before taking any steps toward accreditation.
Appointments will be booked through Welcome Centre case managers