ICTC’s IWES Bridge training program set to start January 16th!!

By 18 November 2016 No Comments

Don’t miss your chance to secure a seat in ICTC’s upcoming intake of the IWES program. Spaces are limited – sign up now for the intake that begins Monday, January 16th, the in-class component of the program runs through to February 3rd. Miss this group and you’ll be waiting until mid-March for your next opportunity. Apply to start the process and hopefully reserve your spot in one of the next two groups as spots go fast.

During this first component of the program, internationally educated professionals who are new to Canada and have an ICT background experience a jam-packed schedule from employment readiness workshops on resume writing, interview skills, job search strategies to networking, LinkedIn, and personal branding. With a two day course about Canadian Workplace Cultural Intelligence newcomers to Canada are better able to ease into the Canadian workplace with all the soft skills required to position them favourably to employers looking to fill their ICT needs. SCRUM Fundamentals certification, recruiter visits (on and off site) help inform the IEPs with all they need to know about themselves and the industry.

At the completion of the in-class component, program participants will be uniquely matched with a professional coach who will work with them for 3 months to continue support in achieving the goals they have set out for themselves whether it be to secure employment, retain a position, or anything else they have in sight for themselves. These coaches are trained professionals who are passionate about working with newcomers to Canada and supporting the IEPs through to the fulfillment they came to Canada to find.

Over 85% of IWES graduates secure employment in their field.

The program is valued at over $4500 but ICTC is able to offer it at a fee of $399 plus taxes for a total of $450.87 thanks to funding offered by the government of Ontario.

You are eligible for IWES if you:

  • have lived in Canada for less than 5 years
  • have Permanent Resident or Convention Refugee status and are eligible to work in Canada
  • have Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment with a minimum CLB 7
  • have international post-secondary education
  • have a minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience within the last 2 years in the IT/ICT field
  • are available for 3 weeks of full-time training in Scarborough, Ontario


Space is limited, complete the online application at to start the process now.

Please contact Marlene Dlin at 416-293-3722 Ext. 312 or m.dlin(a) with any questions or for further information.

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