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Are you new to Canada? Are you internationally trained in the health care or IT field? Are you considering your career options in Canada?

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HEALTH INFORMATICS BRIDGING PROGRAM INFO SESSION

The Health Informatics Bridging Program at Skills for Change provides internationally trained newcomers with a background in healthcare OR the information technology sector, the knowledge and experience they need for a rewarding career in the field of Health Informatics.

The Program is a full-time eight-week program that allows participants the opportunity to develop real-world experience with practical hands-on labs led by leading instructors. Participants with interest in the integration of information technologies in the healthcare delivery sector stand to greatly benefit from this program.

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▪ Full-time eight-week program;

▪ Experiential hands-on components;

▪ Effective job search strategies: resume development, market research techniques, and interview skills, provided by Skills for Change;

▪ Guest speaking panels led by industry and academic professionals;

▪ Job search support.

***The Health Informatics Bridging Program is free of charge, funded by the Government of Canada. It is open to internationally trained healthcare or IT professionals who are Permanent Residents or Convention Refugees, with a minimum of CLB 7 or IELTS 6.***

Join us for an information session to learn more about our program by registering above.

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Organizer Skills for Change

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Skills for Change is a registered Charity offering government funded programs and services (employment, entrepreneurship, settlement, language training and social services) at multiple locations in the GTA.  In addition to funded initiatives SfC offers affordable professional development courses, conferences, and free workshops in a community setting that's respectful of diversity and inclusion.

For more information, visit

http://www.skillsforchange.org/

or call us at 416.658.3101 x0

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