Links to External Resources
The following are some programs and services that might be helpful to Internationally Educated Health Professionals (IEHPs).
Visit www.HireIEHPs.com for an online repository of educational resources supporting workplace integration for health professionals and employers.
These free e-Resources provide IEHPs and employers with insights into Canadian workplace culture and communication. Modules are designed to help enhance skills and confidence by exploring some challenging communications situations.
The Career Options e-Resource will help IEHPs interested in exploring new career opportunities to reflect on their strengths, identify new opportunities, and take the first steps to make the most of their education and skills.
Settlement.org provides newcomers with information and resources to settle in Ontario.
Before committing to any particular credential assessment services, we recommend that you check the requirements for your profession.
Before committing to any particular language assessment services, we recommend that you check the requirements for your profession.
There are a numerous options for IEHPs seeking to improve their English for French language skills. Find out more about language training classes in your community.
Language training is also offered at local public libraries and through settlement organizations across Ontario. Contact your local public library or visit settlement.org to find out what language classes are available.
For various types of English Language Training programs, including Occupation-Specific Language Training programs, visit http://www.oklearn.ca/eng-language-training.php.
For information about free Occupation-Specific Language Training for Newcomers, visit: http://co-oslt.org/en/.
Orientation to the Canadian Health Care System
If you are looking for help with employment, including preparing a resume and cover letter, developing your interview skills or how to conduct a job search, Employment Ontario has services right across Ontario that can help you. Visit the Employment Ontario portal for more information.
The Job Search Workshop program in Ontario helps with a foundational, project based approach for strategic job search and networking activities.