RCICs and Express Entry Part 2: Strategic Tools – 5 CPD Hours

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Event Title: RCICs and Express Entry Part 2: Strategic Tools – 5 CPD Hours

Event Date: This live webinar will be conducted on October 15 from 11:00 to 16:30 (Eastern Time).

There was a total of 5.5 hours of live, interactive webinar time including 30 minutes of break.

The 30 minutes of break are not counted as CPD hours.

Cost: $135 for this webinar video or part of our CPD Bundle. 

Instructor: Kyle Broda, RCIC, M.Ed., M.A.

Attendance: You are purchasing a video of this event

Organization: RCICCPD by Full Skills Exam Prep. These webinars which are accredited by the ICCRC and the Law Society of British Columbia for CPD hours.  

Language: English

Agenda: This is the breakdown of the upcoming event.

  • Evaluating the Top Advantages of Mastering Express Entry for RCICs (and their clients).
    • Comparing the Express Entry procedure to the previous procedure and evaluating the benefits and drawbacks of each through the perspective of clients, RCICs, the media and the IRCC.
    • Analyzing the Express Entry Year-End Report and Ongoing Rounds of Invitations to decipher the changing demographics of people immigrating through the Economic Class, emphasizing who would be an ideal candidate.
  • Introducing the first step *before* the first step in Express Entry – How to analyze whether or not a person meets the requirements to move into the Express Entry Pool of Candidates before organizing an online profile.
    • A solution to determining an approximate CLB score quickly.
    • RCIC strategies to avoid potential issues for FSW/CEC/FST candidates.
    • Education Points and the fault in recommending more education as a strategy.
    • A detailed analysis of FSW Language Points and strategies.
      • Clients who speak English and French.
      • Determining an approximate CLB score quickly.
      • Linking language exam results to CLB to FSW Points + examples.
  • Introducing the second step *before* the first step in Express Entry – Analyzing CRS points and determining whether the minimum requirements of the Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades and Canadian Experience Class is really the minimum.
    • Discussing the RCIC procedure in finding the perfect candidate for immigration through Express Entry.
    • Analyzing the CRS points system as it relates to finding the ‘perfect candidate’.
    • Age and potential issues with losing points every year.
    • Language scores and the connection to the CLB and the CRS.
    • Spouse Points and potential opportunities vs. potential issues.
    • Correlating Experience, Education and Language in Skills Transferability – tips and tricks to boost the CRS.
    • Evaluating the likelihood of whether or not someone who meets the minimum requirements of the Federal Skilled Worker Program would exceed the CRS cut-off score.
    • Evaluating the likelihood of whether or not someone who meets the minimum requirements of the Canadian Experience Class would exceed the CRS cut-off score.
    • Evaluating the likelihood of whether or not someone who meets the minimum requirements of the Federal Skilled Trades Program would exceed the CRS cut-off score.
    • Determining whether or not the perfect candidate for immigration through Express Entry needs to have a Provincial Nomination or Arranged Employment.
    • Conclusion on the 4 elements that make a perfect candidate for immigration through Express Entry.
  • Analyzing immigration solutions for Client Type #1, 2 and 3 – From the ‘shallow end’ of the Express Entry Pool to the ‘deep end’ to the finish line!
    • Connecting the larger concept of Express Entry to the role of RCICs.
    • An introduction to the three types of clients viewed through the scope of Express Entry.
    • Client Type #1 and Strategy #1: Recommending non-Express Entry options, including advantages and disadvantages.
    • Client Type #1 and Strategy #2: Recommending the strategy of studying and potentially transitioning to PR, including advantages and disadvantages.
    • Client Type #2 and Strategy #3: Implementing strategies that RCICs can recommend to increase CRS points efficiently and effectively through the example of a typical Type #2 Client.
    • Client Type #2 and Strategy #4: Determining whether or not waiting for an LMIA-approved job offer or provincial nomination is an ideal solution for clients.
    • Client Type #2 and Strategy #5: Express Entry-based PNPs for candidates in ‘Express Entry Limbo’.
    • Summary and comparison of strategies for Client Type #1, 2 and 3 and conclusion.
  • Q&A

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