Under the skilled worker program, the government of Quebec in the western part of Canada is set to allow applications to fill 2800 positions in various work and training occupations. Featured under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program are 75 occupations that would enable the aspirant for qualification towards a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ), along with an employment offer.
The program also extends a list of attributes in the training areas to awarding points to educational qualifications to the applicants and their dependents. The qualifications should be recognized by the government. However, the qualification doesn’t have to be studied in Quebec only. Other regional and international certificates will be evaluated for qualification.
The process towards final response includes two steps. Firstly, the applicant must be selected by the Immigration Ministry, Diversity and Inclusion (MIDI), immigration authority of Quebec, Canada. The applicant would then be awarded a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ). Later, the CSQ awarded applicant should then apply to the immigration ministry of the Government of Canada.
Applicants can apply to qualifications in an extensive range of optionals including Information Technology, Engineering, Health Care, Financial services and Management. The scheme of the points based system allows applicants to move ahead only after minimum points are achieved.
In addition, if the applicant has a valid employment offer, education qualification or previous job experience in the Quebec region, then the aspirant can qualify for the Experience Class of Quebec, which is a fast track program directed to students and temporary foreign workers.
The quota is expected to fill up quickly and hence, we advice you to apply as quickly as probable. So, if you are looking to use any service related to immigration, please fill our enquiry form so that one of our consultants will reach you to entertain your queries.
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Original Source: Visareporter