Employment is a key aspect of settlement and integration for newcomers to Canada; however, a lack of language skills often
Date: February 17, 2015 This webinar looked at building innovative partnerships to assist the settlement sector in better serving the
This webinar, held on August 28, 2019, served as an introduction to the BCSIS E-Learning module about WorkBC employment services.
Date: September 29, 2015 Location: Surrey City Hall, Surrey Good mental and physical health is a key outcome of successful settlement
This video draws on the experience of immigrant settlement frontline workers who assist immigrants clients finding employment and becoming self-employed.
The Virtual Learning Exchange – Francophone Settlement Services consists of three 45 minute webinars about the following: The British Columbia
Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants is a new program that launched in early 2017 to replace the Skills Connect program.
The Creating and Maintaining Ethical Boundaries in Client Relationships webinar will provide participants with an overview of various professional boundaries
Changes to the Cannabis Act and cannabis-related crimes came into effect October 17 and December 18, 2018 respectively. Knowing and
This video is a Syrian Refugee Cultural Profile presented by Huda Bukhara, Arab Community Centre of Toronto on December 7