Hello, TLC-Edmonton Training for Foreign Caregivers have a graduation every four months for all students that have taken and passed the course. They receive their certificate and transcript on stage in front of friends and sometimes even family. This is the first graduation class of 2016 with myself and my students.more...
Every year our class goes to Elk Island National Park for a BBQ and field trip. We always hope to see...more...
The In-home Caregiver Program is the new pilot immigration program which in December 2014 replaced the former and very popular, Live-in Caregiver program. Under certain conditions it allows foreign workers who have worked for two years as caregivers (either under the "child-care stream" caring for children in their home or the "high-medical needs stream" caring for a senior or a person with a severe disabilty in his/her own home) to apply for Permanent Residence.
2 years of full-time work experience with a valid work permit as a "home child care provider" or an "in-home caregiver for persons with high medical needs" under one of the occupations listed in the Canadian National Occupation Classifications (NOC) associated with providing care for children in their own home or a senior or a person with a disability in his or her home
One year of post-secondary education either completed in Canada or, if done abroad, assessed according to Canadian standards
Proficiency in English or French proven by obtaining a Canadian Language benchmark 5 on an approved language test taken within the past two years
To qualify for an "In-home Caregiver" work permit you will need
An employment contract with your employer
Local goverment approval (an LMIA)
Proof that you are qualified to do the job
Proof of completion of the upfront medical examination
Proof of ability to communicate in one of Canada's official language
To qualify for Canadian Citizenship you must have:
proof that you have resided in Canada for at least 3 years in the past four years
a passing mark on the Citizenship test proving that you have adequate knowledge of Canada and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship
proven proficiency in one of Canada's two official languages
proof that you are not criminally inadmissable
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