How to Immigrate to Canada as a Food Service worker.
What you'll learn
- How to find a job as a food service worker in Canada.
- Learn the basic of the work permit/ visa application process.
- Learn how to research the Canadian Labor Market and the different tools available for foreign workers.
- Learn how to Implement job search strategies in order to increase their possibilities of getting a job in Canada
- Learn how to create a Canadian resume and cover letter.
- Learn how to effectively search for a job in Canada from abroad.
- Learn how to get ready for an interview with a Canadian employer.
- You should be able to use a PC .You will need access to the internet and a printer.
- You will need to be able to speak English at the intermediate or Advanced level.
- You will need to have training, education and work experience in Food service, restaurants or hotels.
- You will need to be able to use productivity software like Microsoft office and adobe PDF reader to create your resume.
This course has been developed to assist International trained workers like you in the foodservice industry to learn how you can become eligible to apply for a work permit and eventually for Canadian Permanent Residency under the different immigration programs available In Canada and what you will require in order to begin your application.
It also covers some resources like LinkedIn, Interviewing skills, Job search strategies, and Canadian Resume templates that are designed to assist professional immigrants to navigate the Canadian labor market and secure employment.
Checking other sources besides the Job Bank in Canada.
This course also prepares you for the settlement process, from getting your things across the border to finding a job in Canada.
During this course, we will review information such as:
Canada work permit eligibility,
Canada work visa cost,
temporary work permit Canada,
job offer from a Canadian employer,
Canadian work permit with a job offer,
Post Graduate work permit,
the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program,
Labor market initial assessment (LMIA),
Open-work permit in Canada,
Canada work permit jobs,
and much more...
You're going to get over 8 hours of video lectures, access to the recommended resources, our student discussion forum, and the ability to ask me any questions you may have as you progress through the course.
· Cooks (6322)
· Conference and event planners (1226)
· Chefs (6321)
· Hotel front desk clerks (6525)
· Casino occupations (6533)
· Food and beverage servers (6513)
· Bartenders (6512)
· Bakers (6332)
· Accommodation, travel, tourism, and related services supervisors (6313 )
· Food service supervisors (6311 )
· Executive housekeepers (6312 )
· Other services supervisors (6316 )
· Cleaning supervisors (6315 )
· Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers - retail and wholesale (6331 )
· Receptionists (1414)
· Maîtres d'hôtel and hosts/hostesses (6511 )
· Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations (6711 )
· Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation, and sport (6722 )
· Light duty cleaners (6731 )
· Accommodation service managers (0632 )
· Restaurant and food service managers (0631)
On top of all that, you get lifetime access.
In summary, this course is a good do it yourself guide for working and immigration to Canada.
By the end of this course, you will know some of the strategies and resources used in your immigration journey, job search in Canada, and how to integrate into the Canadian labor market and start your new life in the True North.
This course is taught by a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).
Who this course is for:
- People with a food service experience that want to get a job in Canada.
- People with training in occupations such as cooks, chef, waiter, bakers, food attendant, fast food workers, etc.
- Immigrants to Canada that want to reach better job opportunities.
Andy H. Rodriguez Peralta, B.S., RCIC. Andy Rodriguez is fluent in both English and Spanish languages. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the Pedro Henriquez Urena National University of Santo Domingo and graduated Magna Cum Laude with high distinction. He obtained his Certificate degree in Immigration Law from Humber College, Toronto. He has been practicing Immigration law and assisting clients since 2010.
He is a certified and licensed Canadian Immigration Consultant. He is a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultant of the Canadian Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC).