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. You will have access to the videos in your account indefinitely, so if you need to review any of the material in the future, you can simply log in and watch the video of the event again. Remember that you need to watch the videos before December 31st 2018 in order to count these towards your ICCRC CPD requirements. Kindly note that these hours do not count towards your 2019 CPD requirements (with the exception of the 6 CPD hours you can roll over).
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.
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