HFO MRA has a number of resources for internationally educated health professionals who are interested in professional practice in Ontario. Registered clients can take advantage of the following resources:
HFO MRA has an onsite library of resources for IEHPs preparing for licensing exams. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a current list of available resources in our library.
Visit our on-demand webinar page for more detailed information on a variety of topics for IEHPs.
To access these informational videos, a password is required. To obtain a log-in, please e-mail email@example.com.
Objective Structured Clinical Examination Orientation Video for International Medical Graduates
The Access Centre’s OSCE Orientation was developed for physicians not familiar with objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE) in Canada. Please note that access to this video is password protected and restricted to registered clients. To obtain a log-in please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Access Centre also offers a limited number of in-person orientation sessions for clients who are registered to take a clinical examination.
Internationally Educated Nurses Competency Assessment Program (IENCAP) Orientation Video
The Access Centre’s IENCAP orientation video was developed for internationally trained nurses not familiar with the IENCAP. Please note that access to this video is password protected and restricted to registered clients. To obtain a log-in please email email@example.com.
The Access Centre also offers a limited number of in-person orientation sessions for clients who are registered to complete the IENCAP.
A number of organizations external to HFO MRA have also developed resources which may be helpful to IEHPs. Here are some examples:
The Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration funds a number of bridge training programs designed to help internationally educated professionals enter the workforce.
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 offer at local public libraries and through settlement organizations across Ontario. Contact your local public library or visit www.settlement.org to find out what language classes are available.
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: