Pathway to Licensure for IEEs in Nova Scotia
How can you get the Canadian experience?
- This is a communications course at ISANS.
- It is for IEEs who intend to work in their field in Nova Scotia.
- You study in the classroom and online, with one evening in class and 5-7 hours online each week.
- This program can benefit you in many ways:
- You increase your workplace communication skills
- You have a better understanding of Canadian workplace culture
- You have a better understanding of the licensure process
- You hear from experts in the field
- You have the opportunity to network
- To be eligible for this program, you must:
- Be an IEE
- Be a Permanent Resident or immigrant Canadian Citizen
- Register with ISANS and meet with a language counselor
- Be committed to completing both the in-class and online portions of the course
- Have a language level at Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) 6+
- There is a required textbook for this course.
- Work with an employment specialist at ISANS to apply for engineering positions in Nova Scotia. Learn more about this under the heading Labour Market.