PrepCan provides free, online pre-arrival employment services to PR Visa holders prior to coming to Canada.

We can help you prepare for the Canadian Labour Market, find the resources you need to make informed decisions and attain your professional goals once you come to Canada.

Available 24/7, this website offers you a wide range of services and features including: 

  • Webinars, videos, and other helpful links and information
  • Personalized one-on-one virtual sessions with experienced Employment Consultants
  • Online skills-assessment tools

If you have received your Permanent Residency confirmation from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (formerly Citizenship and Immigration Canada-CIC), you are eligible for our services. To take advantage of our services, please complete the easy online registration form. After you register, an Employment Consultant will contact you to learn more about your professional goals and help you set-up your employment plan. It’s that simple.

If you need assistance, please contact us! If you are a service provider looking to make a referral, or get more information about PrepCan, please email us at prepcan@tcet.com.

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Why Employee Engagement Is Not Just The Job Of Management

I was recently reminded, in reading Employee Engagement for Everyone by Forbes Contributor Kevin Kruse, that employee engagement is not just the job of management. We, the employees,  and the attitudes and mindsets with which we choose to approach each day are essential elements in the engagement equation. Here is what you can do to boost your engagement at work.

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Seven things to know about Canada’s new parental leave benefits

Ottawa plans to change the way parents may stay home with their babies – arguably the most significant family policy announced in this 2017 budget. Keeping a 2015 campaign promise, the Liberal government is making parental leave more flexible so that mothers and fathers can choose to take more time while still getting government benefits – that is if they can swing it financially. Here are seven things you need to know about Canada’s new parental leave benefits.

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Infographic: Employee Life Cycle

This infographic nicely summarizes the employee life cycle from the job application to the exit strategy. Check it out!

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Your presentation, useful links and information, and examples on the topics "Identifying Your Skills" and "Creating your e-Portfolio" are very interesting and important for me! I'm really thankful and happy that Canada is investing so much in the future of immigrants, and I feel the same way for people like you who provide these services. Thank you!

Thank you for all the useful information, tips, and personal experiences you shared. I've learned a lot. Hence, I now feel less anxious about my big move to Canada.

I enjoyed your webinars today, and I have already made some edits to my resume based on what you taught us.

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