Representing Students: Session 3: 5 Hours

$75.00 (plus tax)


These webinars have now expired for ICCRC/CICC CPD purposes, but can still be helpful for your general RCIC education!
Representing Students Session 3 – 5 Hours.



Event Title: Representing Students: Session 3

These webinars have now expired for ICCRC/CICC CPD purposes, but can still be helpful for your general RCIC education!

Event Date: This live webinar was conducted on June 26 2019 from 11:00 to 16:30 (Eastern Time).

There was a total of 5 hours of live, interactive webinar time.

Cost: $150 for this webinar video or part of our CPD Bundle. 

Instructor: Andrew Carvajal, LL.B / B.C.L., M.A., B.A.

Event Expiry: Here are the recording and expiry dates for ICCRC CPD-reporting purposes.

Attendance: You are purchasing a video of the event. Although you will have access to this video for one year from the date of your purchase, you must watch it before the event expiry date (above) in order to count it towards your 2020 CPD requirements.

Organization: RCICCPD by Full Skills Exam Prep.

Language: English

Agenda: This is the breakdown of the upcoming event.

Representing Students: Session 3: Transitioning from Study to Working to Permanent Residence

PR admissions from former study permit holders – statistical overview 

The post-graduation interview – initial client assessment

  • Assessing client objectives
  • Timing of application for Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP)
  • Ensuring PGWP is complete
  • Work experience eligible for Canadian Experience Class and points under Express Entry
  • Assessing Federal Skilled Worker eligibility
  • Provincial nominee options

Post-Graduation Work Permit

  • Eligibility
  • Application
  • Duration
  • Spouse and children

Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

  • CEC in the Regulations
  • Program requirements generally
  • Work experience requirements
  • Excluded work experience
  • Language requirements

Federal Skilled Worker (FSW)

  • Alternative for students with prior foreign work experience or self-employed students
  • FSW in the Regulations
  • Selection grid
  • Language abilities
  • Education
  • Age
  • Work experience
  • Arranged employment
  • Adaptability
  • Settlement funds

Federal Skilled Trades

  • FST in the Regulations
  • General requirements
  • Skilled Trades groups
  • Language requirements
  • Work experience and job requirements
  • Offer of employment
  • Settlement funds

Fees under the Federal programs for skilled labourers

30-minute break. This time does not count towards the CPD hours.

Express Entry basics 

  • Ministerial instructions and program delivery instructions
  • Who can enter Express Entry
  • Application process
  • Language tests
  • Educational Credential Assessment
  • The Comprehensive Ranking System
    • 2016/2017 changes to the CRS

Provincial permanent residence programs specifically designed for international student graduates 

  • Ontario
    • Human Capital Streams for graduate students
      • Masters Graduates
      • PhD Graduates
    • International Student with Job Offer Stream
  • Quebec
    • Quebec Experience Class – Quebec graduate
  • British Columbia
    • Skills Immigration
      • International Graduate
      • International Post Graduate
    • Express Entry BC
      • International Graduate
      • International Post Graduate
    • Alberta
      • New Alberta Opportunity Stream
    • Saskatchewan
      • Saskatchewan Experience – Student Category
    • Manitoba
      • Skilled Workers in Manitoba – International Student Working Graduates
    • Prince Edward Island
      • International Graduates Stream
    • Newfoundland and Labrador
      • International Graduate Category
    • Nova Scotia
      • International Graduate Entrepreneur Stream
    • New Brunswick
      • Post-Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream
    • How other provincial nominee programs can still be navigated by international student graduates

Extending status after applying for permanent residence

  • Bridging Open Work Permit
  • T13 – provincial nominee work permit



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