Please note PrepCan offices will be closed on Monday, July 2nd, 2018 in observance of Canada Day.

Pre-arrival Employment Services

PrepCan offers free online pre-arrival employment services to approved individuals who are immigrating to Canada.

Eligibility

You can access PrepCan pre-arrival services if you meet these two requirements:

  1. You have been selected to immigrate to Canada by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) or you have received a Confirmation of Permanent Residence letter (COPR).
  2. You live outside of Canada.

Why Do You Need Pre-arrival Employment Services?

The process of applying for jobs in Canada is often different from other countries. PrepCan helps you avoid common job-search mistakes and become familiar with the Canadian job market. You can find a job in Canada faster when you have access to employment experts, resources and information on key employment topics.

Employment Key Topics

  • Canadian Labour Market
  • Regulated Occupations
  • Occupation-Specific Information
  • Canadian Workplace Culture
  • Online Personal Branding
  • Employment Search Tools & Strategies
  • Job Application Process
  • Job Interviews
  • Employment Rights & Responsibilities

Employment Consultants

An experienced Employment Consultant will assist you with your unique employment goals. They meet with you online to understand your employment needs and help you put together an action plan.

Information and Resources

We offer exclusive access to information and resources to PrepCan clients. After an Employment Consultant has validated your registration, you will have access to    

  • Recorded Webinars,
  • Exclusive Articles,
  • External resources,
  • Skills-assessment tools and other job-search tools.

Daily Webinars

PrepCan offers daily webinars to registered clients. We are now offering webinars from 12:30-1:30 pm ET on select days. Please visit the event catalog for a complete list of upcoming webinars.

Register with PrepCan

Follow this link to register.

If you have any questions or need help to register, please contact us using the live chat window located at the bottom right corner of this web page.

 

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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 so much for your time and for helping us. I very much appreciate the knowledge I gained about Bridging Programs. This webinar was very relevant and resourceful.

Awesome Place, with Awesome People. It makes you happy that you are starting a new life in a place like Canada where you get a chance to learn and work with the wonderful people at PrepCan. I certainly recommend their service to everybody moving to Canada. You will learn a ton of valuable information about your expected life in Canada, in terms of Work, Settlement, Education...etc.
Keep up the good work PrepCan. All the best.

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