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PLEASE AVOID QUESTIONS LIKE SALARY, PLACE OF DEPLOYMENT AND OTHER INFORMATION WE STILL DO NOT HAVE CONCRETE INFORMATION REGARDING THOSE QUESTIONS.
PLEASE APPLY USING WORK ABROAD AS WE ARE YOUSING THEIR FORMAT OF RESUME.
c) Caregivers (Home support Workers or Care Workers)
d) Housekeeping (Room Attendant)
e) Cleaners (Facility Attendant/Janitors)
f) Front Desk Clerk
g) Food Counter Attendants
** The skills of each worker should be comparable with that of Canadian qualification (please research on Red Seal Program in Canada). How can you ensure that the skills of our workers is at par with that of Canada? (this is an important area), what certifications would they need?
Skill certification forms the basis for a credentialing program in a particular trade or profession. An industry or a government agency establishes the qualifications, requirements, and standards to be met for granting certification to practitioners of particular occupations. In Canada, for example, the Red Seal certification is the interprovincial standard of excellence in the skilled trades.
To be eligible for certification, a candidate should typically go through several steps:
Obtain the relevant education or training
Complete the prerequisites and apprenticeship or internship
Earn a passing grade in the qualifying exam
Work the required number of years of relevant experience
Demonstrate competence on the job at par with performance standards
Applicants must provide valid results from a language test administered by a designated testing agency to Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The acceptable tests are:
the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) General Training;
the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP-General); and
the Test d’évaluation de français (to test proficiency in French).
No other evidence of language proficiency will be accepted.
*Note: IELTS is mandatory, but you can take the examination when you are accepted by the employer.