ICTC Talent Overview:

Talent Programs

ICTC is a leader in developing workforce solutions and delivering talent programs to enable Canadian businesses to access the right talent with the right skills needed to drive innovation and productivity in an increasingly competitive environment. To ensure Canada is able to meet the growing demand for ICT and digitally skilled talent, we must consider all labour market sources and complementary pathways and build welcoming, diverse workplaces. Our programs provide unique and targeted solutions for recruiting, retaining and integrating women, Indigenous persons, youth and internationally educated professionals (IEPs) into ICT workforce.

For Employers

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WIL Digital

ICTC’s WIL Digital is an innovative Work Integrated Learning program that helps employers grow their businesses by providing financial assistance for hiring post-secondary students

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GO Talent

Gives employers an opportunity to connect with hundreds of Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs) in IT

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Digital Link Ontario

The Digital Link Ontario (DLO) program’s financial incentive ended in March 2020, but DLO continues to help recent graduates across Ontario find employment through ICTC`s job site. The JobSite provides a platform where Ontario employers can meet recent graduates and match them to employment opportunities within the emerging IT sectors.

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Digital Equity and Employability Pathways (DEEP)

Connecting Canadian employers with newly trained and upskilled talent looking to grow their careers in an ICT or digital field in Canada.

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Women in ICT

The WIT initiative encourages women to enter technical occupations by addressing human resources (HR) practices, structures, and measures

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Career Connect

Subsidy program for young graduates that enables on-the-job learning path to potential full-time employment

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Relevant Tools and Resources

Learn more to find additional relevant tools and resources for employers in the ICT sector

For Job Seekers

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Digital Equity and Employability Pathways (DEEP)

Aims to advance job seekers who are looking for an opportunity to add to their existing technical skills and diversify their professional experience.

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GO Talent

The GO Talent program is designed to assist Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs) immigrating to Canada as permanent residents

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Relevant Tools and Resources

Learn more to find additional relevant tools and resources for employers in the ICT sector

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Career Connect

Are you 30 or under and looking for a job in ICT, we can increase your chances of passing your future interviews

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WIL Digital

ICTC’s WIL Digital is an innovative Work Integrated Learning program that helps employers grow their businesses by providing financial assistance for hiring post-secondary students

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Diversity Initiatives

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GO Talent

The GO Talent program is designed to assist Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs) immigrating to Canada as permanent residents

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Women in Technology (WIT) Connect

Encourages and promotes the full participation and advancement of women in the digital economy

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Accessible Employment Practices

Increasing Accessible Employment in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Sector through training and educational resources.