Are you a recent newcomer to Canada? We have services that will help you find a job!
We offer a variety of programs that will improve your English language skills, understand the Canadian labour market, teach you workplace and business etiquette, and help you use your international education and training to start your career in Canada.
Enhanced Language Training
Canadian Workplace Communication for Internationally Educated Professionals in Banking, Finance, and Architecture.
Improve your English in 8 weeks! Canadian Workplace Communication for Internationally Educated Professionals is an English Language Training program designed to improve your sector-specific communication skills and help you find a job!
You will get:
- In-class and online English instruction
- Job search support from trained professionals
- Professional networks and Canadian mentors
- A certificate upon completion of the program
- Updated Canadian Language Benchmark
- Direct connections to Canadian employers
- Exclusive internships and job placements
Online Canadian Workplace Communication Training for Internationally Educated Professionals in Information Technology.
Improve your English in 8 weeks! Enhance your sector-specific communication skills and get a job faster! All classes and assignments are completed entirely online.
- Learn about IT sector trends in Canada
- Build skills for effective communication
- Improve your business writing skills for e-mails, meetings and reports
- Improve your Canadian Language Benchmark
- Receive a Certificate of Completion
- Connect with IT employers in Canada
- Get access to internships and job placements
The next sessions begin April 9, 2018. To register, contact:
(416) 649-1700 or (416) 649-1705
(Immigrant Professionals Leveraging Architectural Knowledge for New Opportunities)
A Bridge Training Program for International Architectural Professionals
IPLAN allows you to build on your international education and work experience by gaining the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully integrate into the architectural workplace in Canada. Delivered over 14 weeks at Ryerson University and JVS Toronto, this program’s unique blend of academic and workplace training will prepare you for your career in architecture and get you hired faster!
- Three architectural courses at Ryerson University
- Sector-specific employment workshops at JVS Toronto
- Licensing information
- Mentoring, internships and work placements
- Job search coaching and support
- High level of English language proficiency (CLB 8). Language training is available to applicants who require additional education prior to starting the program.
- Undergraduate degree in architecture from a university outside Canada. Applicants with an equivalent degree in a related field may also be considered.
- At least two years of work experience in architecture or a related field (paid or volunteer) obtained outside Canada.
The next session begins September 10, 2018.
Contact us today for fees and more information:
JVS Toronto delivers this unique program in partnership with Ryerson University and Ontario Tourism Education Council.
Job Search Workshop
This program provides internationally educated professionals with the necessary tools to integrate into the Canadian job market and reach realistic employment goals. Services include employment counselling and support, job search assistance through pre-employment workshops and one-on-one coaching, and work experience placements.
Contact us today for upcoming sessions:
TRIEC Mentoring Partnership
Find a mentor to help you progress your career in Canada.
If you are an immigrant with a professional background, TRIEC Mentoring Partnership* can help you reconnect with your career with the support of a mentor who works in your field, in Canada. By talking to a mentor who shares your professional background and knows how the local labour market works, you can get a head start on your journey to success in Canada. In fact, 75% of participants find a job in their professional field within one year.
You should sign up for the program if you:
- Have 2+ years of international experience in your professional field
- Have lived in Canada for less than five years
- Are unemployed or underemployed and looking to reconnect with your career
A mentor can help you:
- Understand Canadian industry trends
- Develop more effective job search strategies
- Build your professional network
- Find ways of leveraging your experience and skills
Interested? Contact Andrada Peta-Dragos to learn how to sign-up
*JVS Toronto is a partner in TRIEC Mentoring Partnership – a program of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council delivered by 12 community partners across the GTA, including JVS Toronto.
Looking for more career coaching and preparation services?
Visit our Career Exploration page to find a program that’s right for you.