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National Recovery Support Event - Building the Foundation for Immigration

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 12:30pm AST , Special Event 53 Views

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Global Skills Connection Series - Session 2 of 5

Building the Foundation for Immigration

Please feel welcome to join in for this second of a five session series for Canadian Manufacturers focused on providing customized support to manufacturers facing significant barriers to growth due to lack of access to skilled labour and talent.

The Global Skills Connection Series is intended to give Manufacturers a high-level overview of the Immigration process to prepare an organization to begin using foreign recruitment to fill their vacant positions

Overview:

Learn how to identify your organizations National Occupation Codes (NOC) and how they apply to immigration. Identifying your NOC is an important first step in determining your best immigration strategy. In this section we will review how NOCs apply to managers, temporary workers, permanent applicants, and seasonal workers.

Presenter: Denis Desjardins, Owner and Director - T.S.C. Immigration Services

Bio: With 15 years of experience in global HR, recruitment, and immigration services - Denis is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC #R533327) and a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).

Denis has supplied immigration support for some of Canada’s largest corporations including industries in high tech, manufacturing, transportation, finance, and agriculture, and has led recruitment missions to Mexico, Peru, Ukraine, UK, Poland, Romania, Vietnam, and more. Denis has helped hundreds of people and families on their pathways to Canada.

T.S.C. Immigration Services has offices in New Brunswick, Canada, and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, offering services in French, English, and Vietnamese. Denis is also a certified Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) and holds an MBA from the International University of Japan.

 

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