By Andy Rodriguez, Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant

How to Immigrate to Canada as a Food Service Worker

Language: English
All Levels

Course description

This course has been developed to assist International trained workers like you in the foodservice industry to learn how you can become eligible to apply for a work permit and eventually for Canadian Permanent Residency under the different immigration programs available In Canada and what you will require in order to begin your application. It also covers some resources like LinkedIn, Interviewing skills, Job search strategies, and Canadian Resume templates that are designed to assist professional immigrants to navigate the Canadian labor market and secure employment. Checking other sources besides the Job Bank in Canada. This course also prepares you for the settlement process, from getting your things across the border to finding a job in Canada.   During this course, we will review information such as: Canada work permit eligibility, Canada work visa cost, temporary work permit Canada, job offer from a Canadian employer, Canadian work permit with a job offer, Post Graduate work permit, Rural Canada, the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, Labor market initial assessment (LMIA), processing times, NOC codes, Canadian resume, Open-work permit in Canada, Canada work permit jobs,   and much more... You're going to get over 8 hours of video lectures, access to the recommended resources, our student discussion forum, and the ability to ask me any questions you may have as you progress through the course. Associated profession(s) · Cooks (6322) · Conference and event planners (1226) · Chefs (6321) · Hotel front desk clerks (6525) · Casino occupations (6533) · Food and beverage servers (6513) · Bartenders (6512) · Bakers (6332) · Accommodation, travel, tourism, and related services supervisors (6313 ) · Food service supervisors (6311 ) · Executive housekeepers (6312 ) · Other services supervisors (6316 ) · Cleaning supervisors (6315 ) · Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers - retail and wholesale (6331 ) · Receptionists (1414) · Maîtres d'hôtel and hosts/hostesses (6511 ) · Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations (6711 ) · Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation, and sport (6722 ) · Light duty cleaners (6731 ) · Accommodation service managers (0632 ) · Restaurant and food service managers (0631) On top of all that, you get lifetime access. In summary, this course is a good do it yourself guide for working and immigration to Canada. By the end of this course, you will know some of the strategies and resources used in your immigration journey, job search in Canada, and how to integrate into the Canadian labor market and start your new life in the True North. This course is taught by a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).

Course overview - 70

  • Introduction

  • What are you going to learn in this course?

  • Why people from around the world want to come to Canada?

  • The Tourism Industry in Canada

  • Labor shortage-Job to fill in Canada.

  • Working in Tourism jobs in Canada.

  • Canada's Restaurant Industry.

  • What is a work permit?

  • Types of work permit in Canada.

  • Language requirements

  • Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)

  • Using the NOC Matrix.

  • What is the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)?

  • Importance of a job offer.

  • Bridging Open Work Permit (BOWP)

  • Special situations- Work permit holders.

  • Where do you want to live and work in Canada?

  • Creating a Job Market Report.

  • Best Workplaces in Hospitality in Canada.

  • Canada Top Employers in restaurants and Foodservice.

  • Recipe Unlimited Corporation.

  • The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

  • Job Offer opportunities in Rural Canada.

  • The Canadian Hidden Job Market.

  • The Canadian Workplace culture

  • Preparing your Canadian Resume, Cover Letter, and Reference letter.

  • Interviewing Online: strategies and best practices.

  • Optimizing your job search in Canada.

  • Recommended Job sites in Canada.

  • Using Linked In as part of your Strategy.

  • How to Stand Out Professionally on Linked In for getting a job in Canada.

  • Using Magnet as part of your Strategy.

  • How to use Job Fairs to Find a job in Canada.

  • Be careful of Canadian Employers who have been non-compliant.

  • Beware of SCAMS to get a job in Canada!

  • Work permit application outside Canada

  • Work permit application inside Canada

  • Spousal open work permit.

  • Proving your work experience

  • Police Certificate and Criminal Background check.

  • Medical Exam

  • Processing time work permit

  • Inadmissibility issues.

  • After you apply-What to do?

  • Work permit extension

  • Plan your career in Canada.

  • Developing your skills

  • How to use your educational credential evaluation in your job search in Canada.

  • educational credentials in Foodservice from outside Canada.

  • How to contact Canadian Employers.

  • How to find contact information from Canadian Employers.

  • Using cold calls/emails to contact Canadian employers.

  • Banking in Canada

  • Renting in Canada

  • Alberta labor market

  • BC labor market

  • Manitoba Labor Market

  • New Brunswick labor market

  • Nova Scotia Labor market.

  • Newfoundland and Labrador labor market

  • Ontario Labor market

  • PEI labor market

  • Quebec labor market

  • Saskatchewan Labor market

  • Canadian Territories-Labor Market

  • Course Summary

  • Bonus Lecture

  • Job Offer opportunities in Canada: Cooks

  • Job Offer in Canada: Foodservice Supervisor.

  • Sample job offer-Food service in Canada

Learners who have already enrolled in this course

Meet your instructor

Andy Rodriguez
Andy RodriguezRegulated Canadian Immigration Consultant
Andy H. Rodriguez Peralta, B.S., RCIC. Andy Rodriguez is fluent in both English and Spanish languages. He obtained his Certificate degree in Immigration Law from Humber College, Toronto. He has been practicing Immigration law and assisting clients since 2010. He is a certified and licensed Canadian Immigration Consultant. He is a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultant of the Canadian Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC). I teach people the best strategies for foreigners that want to study. work and immigrate to Canada.