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Canadian Career Education College

Study in Canada For Higher Standard In Career Education.

​Services:

In the case of regulated professions and trades, you may also have to complete other requirements to obtain a licence to practise or a certificate of qualification. These could include:

  1. examinations to test your knowledge and competencies;
  2. proof of language proficiency;
  3. criminal record check;
  4. Canadian work placement or practicum;
  5. reference check or proof of professional standing;
  6. orientation course or bridging program; and/or
  7. additional academic or professional requirements.
  8. Can-College can arrange all that for you on a one-window operation basis.

​Another benefit of this program is that Can-College Staff will be representing the participant before the regulatory body or any third party to make a required arrangement, which will allow the participant to continue with his regular work schedule or life during the licensing process. 


​Other services may also include an arrangement with designated educational institutions for admissions and registrations if required.

 The total Can-College cost of this service is estimated to be $250–$1900 CAD per participant. This cost may include third-party/partner organization's fees and services, details will be provided on the opinion.

​Participants will be billed for specific services and may not have to pay the full estimated fee.

Can-College Program Objectives:

There are several programs offered by organizations and governments in both the provincial and federal levels that are focused on training Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents or individuals who have a current permanent status, to enter the Canadian workforce. Foreign nationals outside Canada are not covered under these programs.

The Can-College Bridge Training Program is unique in that it offers services to all regardless of the applicant’s status in Canada or overseas.

Regulatory authorities, professional associations, apprenticeship offices, and employers determine the requirements and procedures for assessing and recognizing your qualifications.

Note Requirements differ for each occupation and may differ from one province or territory to another. It is therefore very important to understand and process requirements of the relevant regulatory authority, professional association, or apprenticeship office in the jurisdiction in which you wish to work in Canada or in the global market.

​What Can-College can do for you:

The Can-College program can professionally assist eligible individuals to stand above the crowd and make a difference in the shortest period of time and at a minimal cost, and get into a field of study or higher education all over again.

Can-College provides internationally trained individuals with backgrounds in licensing/regulated professions with the related knowledge, technical skills, language training, workplace culture, communication, and standards for alternative occupation employability, for a successful career in Canada.

Can-College covers in-person, live interactive online and web-based learning opportunities to create awareness and education for alternative careers, based on an assessment of participants’ skills, education, experience, language proficiency, interests and labour market opportunities based on given standards.

Can-College can help you to achieve alternate career goals in this program by:

  1. Assessment:
  2. Counselling and support in transferable opportunities;
  3. Advising and preparing for licensing in a regulated profession in Canada;
  4. Arranging and delivering everything that is included in the services section above.
  5. Let Can-College work for you for your settlement in Canada.

Bringing a Canadian Standard Education to the World, and then Bringing the World to Canada.

A program for new immigrants and foreign nationals. Changing the system for an alternative career without studying all over again.

Backgrounder:                                                                               Getting a Canadian Occupational License! And standing above the crowd.

In Canada, about 20 percent of jobs are regulated to protect the health and safety of the public by ensuring that professionals and tradespeople meet the required standards of practice and competency. As a general rule, if your chosen occupation is:


  • regulated, the recognition of your qualifications will be determined by the appropriate provincial or territorial regulatory authority;
  • non-regulated, recognition is normally at the discretion of the employer.


The law requires you to obtain a certificate, license, or registration to use the reserved title for the occupation or obtain the exclusive right to practice the occupation in Canada or Overseas under the Canadian Licensing Standard. These regulations are intended to protect the safety of Canadians and the general public by ensuring that professionals meet the required standards of practice and competency.

For example, all Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents don't require a work permit or any other Immigration status besides having a license in such occupation(s), but foreign nationals who wish to work or practice in a regulated profession/occupation must equally meet required licensing standards even if they don't have an Immigration status in Canada but wish to have the Canadian license to serve the Canadian interest worldwide.  A Foreign-trained Lawyer, Physician or CGA, CPA, RN, and others may apply and get a license from the Canadian body even if they are not Canadian Citizens/Residents.


Canadian business and employers prefer to work with professionals who are licensed under the Canadian Jurisdiction/body.

The Can-College Bridge Training Program helps eligible internationally trained professionals enter the Canadian and/or any other global workforce.

​How to register or contact:


The Can-College works with a system to document all communication for statistical purposes and requests all prospects to make an appointment by contacting us in one of the following ways. 


Initial Qualifying Level Professional Assessment—with the green button, submit your initial and basic information, once received it will be examined and if it passes the required assessment, a response will be provided within 7-10 business days. At that time you will receive a formal offer along with an estimated cost to provide related services. 

Eligibility:

The program is designed for all Canadian and/or international graduates who are or could be newcomers to Canada and also those who are already trained and currently licensed in their home jurisdiction with a minimum of one year of work experience in their field or related work experience that features a transferable skill set obtained outside of Canada.

Mainly, the program participants will be required to have completed a minimum postgraduate education in a specific skill or regulated trade (or equivalent) outside of Canada (e.g., B.Sc., Biochemistry, Architect, LL.B, RN, CGA, CPA, MBBS, Dentist, MD, Physiotherapist, Associate Engineer), 
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Participants are also required to demonstrate a strong commitment to building a Canadian career.

There are two types of regulation:

Exclusive right to practise: A profession whose members are the only ones who can engage in the profession's activities and use the title allowed them by law. The law defines, among other things, the professional activities strictly reserved for the members of each regulatory body.

Reserved title: A profession where only members of a regulatory body can make use of specific titles and abbreviations allowed them by law. Individuals who are not members of that regulatory body may practise the occupation, but they may not use any of these titles or allow others to believe (by using a similar title or abbreviation) they are members of a regulatory body.

To work in a regulated profession or trade and use a reserved title, you must obtain a licence to practise or a certificate of qualification.

​​Our goal is simple:  Skills Based Education to create learning success stories, one student at a time.

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​Bridge Training Program Path

In this service level the following areas will be covered on a case-to-case basis:

The Can-College Bridge Training Program related to Licensed Occupation will address the identified gaps through various assessment factors including but not limited to the following:

  1. Educational assessment
  2. Field experience
  3. Language fluency
  4. Occupational adaptability
  5. Exam prep guidance
  6. Language Course
  7. Professional Communication Course
  8. Career Development Skill Course
  9. C.P.D. Continued Professional Course(s)
  10. Occupational Health and Safety Course


Other services may also include an arrangement with designated educational institutions for admissions and registrations if required.

The total Can-College cost of this service is estimated to be $250–$1900 CAD per participant. This cost does not include any licensing fees or third party/partner organizations offering other diploma or degree programs.

Participants will be billed for specific services and may not have to pay the full estimated fee.

Another benefit of this program is that Can-College Staff will be representing the participant before the regulatory body or any third party to make a required arrangement, which will allow the participant to continue with his regular work schedule or life during the licensing process.


Alternate career arrangements:

If for any reason there is a delay in completing the licensing or required certification to adopt the regulatory occupation/job, Can-College will work with the participant at his/her request to find an alternate career which could be similar to their current occupation or skills but may not require a license. In this service, Can-College will be working with the participants who have signed up for the Bridge Training Program Path to connect with eligible employers in Ontario, and there will be an additional service fee of only $50 CAD for this program.

Can-College Bridge Training Program

​​How we do it:
Application intake
Any individual regardless of their status in Canada or any individual who currently resides outside Canada can apply for Can-College’s Bridge Training Program. Such a request can be made via an online web form. The assessment fee is $75 CAD.


Once the initial screening is complete, and the profile is approved, the applicant will be offered to participate in the program. The offer will have all the details and areas which will be covered based on the individual’s specific needs and requirements.

Professional Assessment
If the individual passes the initial basic assessment, they can then formally register with Can-College for a  fee as per the following schedule:

In this service, a designated professional related to the participant's occupation or licensing body will further assess and examine the credentials and other records for licensing program eligibility requirements.

A written opinion will be provided in 7 to 10 business days from the time all information is received from the participant after registration.

If in the Can-College Assessor's opinion the participant is eligible to apply for the program and the participant wishes to continue to proceed with the licensing process, then the participant may register for the next service level for comprehensive assistance from Can-College's professional staff. A tailored Bridge Training Path will be formulated for the participant outlining all required steps and specific assistance to complete the licensing process.