Quadrant Marine

June 18, 2019

The Quadrant Marine Institute has sent us this information about a webinar being held today June 18th in French and tomorrow June 19.

There are a number of government programs that support international recruiting, work permits, and Canadian permanent residency visas to address skilled trades shortages and unfilled vacancies. If this is of interest to you and your business, here’s a webinar to give you information and next steps.

Have you considered international recruitment has a way of meeting your staffing needs?

This English language webinar to be held on June 19th, 2019th from 8 to 9 AM, provides a unique opportunity to:

Exchange with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada [IRCC] officers from the Canadian Embassy in France and the Canadian Outreach Network for information and support for recruiting temporary and permanent foreign workers.

Learn about the support offered by government services in various countries, directly related to employment and international mobility. These free services are offered year-round.
Learn about federal programs that aim to facilitate the international recruitment of skilled foreign workers who are either Francophone or bilingual

Learn more about international recruitment activities such as the Destination Canada Mobility Forum [November 15 – 19, Paris and Brussels].

To register, please contact:

British Columbia : Emmanuelle Archer, (604) 630-0316 (ext 382), earcher@ffcb.ca

Yukon : Jeanne Brais-Chaput, (867) 668-2663 (ext 214) ; immigration@afy.yk.ca

Please indicate whether you plan to participate in the webinar in French on June 18th or in English on June 19th.

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