How To Immigrate To Canada As A Software Or It Professional

Published 1/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.26 GB | Duration: 3h 42m

Learn how to get a job offer from a Canadian employer that will allow you to get a Work Permit or Permanent Residence

What you'll learn
Find companies that sponsored Work Permits in the past
Write a Résumé (CV) and Cover Letter that will catch attention of Canadian recruiters
Prepare for your Canadian job interview with tips and answers to common questions
Learn how to prepare and send your Work Permit application

At least 5 years of full-time professional IT experience.
No previous experience with Canadian immigration process needed.
You need to be able to speak English at the intermediate or Advanced level.
You will need access to a computer with a printer in order to print the immigration forms if you decide to apply for a Work Permit. It is not required to learn the course material, though.

I will show you how to find a Canadian job, get a Work Permit and immigrate to Canada from your own country as an IT specialist.I am a software developer from Poland and I moved to Canada in 2021 after finding an employer who was willing to help me get a Canadian Work Permit.During my career I have worked in Poland, Spain, Mexico and United Kingdom. Over the years I learned how to perfect my résumé (CV) and cover letters to appeal to international employers. I also improved my knowledge on what recruiters in Canada expect from job applicants.I learned how to find employers willing to hire IT workers from outside Canada – like you and me. Companies that are not afraid to go through the visa process with you. This one bit of knowledge made finding a job in Canada so much easier!I learned how to write my application so it won't get rejected by automated systems which recruiters use to filter out candidates.And finally, I learned how to approach job interviews with confidence and how to answer interview questions.This course combines all of my knowledge on Canadian Work Permits, finding an employer, creating a successful application, and preparing for a job interview as an IT specialist. It will guide you through the whole process, step by step. It will teach you all you need to know to get a job offer from a Canadian company.You will learn:How to find companies that hire foreign IT workers – there are thousands of them and you will get the complete list!How to write your Canadian résumé (CV) and cover letter so that you stand out from the crowd of applicantsHow to prepare for a job interview with a Canadian employerHow Canadian immigration system worksYou will learn the exact step-by-step process I used to immigrate to Canada from Poland in 2021.What we cover in this course:Module 1: Express EntryIn this module, we will talk about the Express Entry program, its requirements, and the steps you need to take to apply. You will also learn about the CRS score and job NOC codes.What you will learn in this module:What the Express Entry is and how to apply to it.What the CRS score is and why it is important.How to calculate your current CRS score even before you apply for immigration.Where to find CRS cut-off scores from previous Express Entry draws.What are NOC codes and how to find the NOC code for your job.Module 2: Provincial Nominee ProgramsHere we will discuss the general idea behind Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) and dive into more details about the ones most suitable for IT specialists.What you will learn in this module:What Provincial Nominee Programs are and how they can make you a Canadian Permanent Resident.What are the best PNPs for IT specialists.What are the programs' requirements.Step-by-step process of how to apply for a provincial nomination.Module 3: Work PermitsIn this module, we will discuss Canadian Work Permits, their role in immigration, and what an LMIA is. We will also talk about how the Global Talent Stream program can help IT workers get a job offer from a Canadian company.What you will learn in this module:What are the types of Canadian Work Permits and what are you allowed to do with them.How a Work Permit can help you become a Permanent Resident of Canada.What you need to be eligible to apply for a Work Permit.What is the process of obtaining a Work Permit through the Global Talent Stream.What Global Talent Stream is and how it can help IT specialists get a job offer in Canada.Module 4: Finding job offers from visa-sponsoring companiesWhere to find the list of all companies that hired foreign workers in the past, so you save time and frustration by applying only to companies that sponsor work permits and Canadian visas!What you will learn in this module:Where to find the official list of all Canadian companies that hired foreign workers before.How to filter the list to show only those companies that hire IT specialists.How to find open positions at the companies from the list.​Module 5: Preparing your applicationI will walk you through the whole process of preparing your job application in a way that will maximize your chances of getting invited to a job interview.What you will learn in this module:What type of résumé to write if you have big or small work experience.What are the rules that every résumé in Canada has to follow.What to write in each of the five résumé sections.What key words and phrases you should put into your résumé to avoid being rejected.What is the best structure of a cover letter and what to write in each paragraph.You will see the exact cover letter that helped me get my job in Canada.Module 6: Preparing for a job interviewNail the job interview by learning how to answer the most popular questions. I will share with you some tips on what to do and what not to do before and during a Canadian job interview.What you will learn in this module:How to answer the most common job interview questions.How to structure your answers in a way that impresses recruiters.Tips on what to say and what to avoid in your answers.12 hot tips that will give you some assistance in answering job interview questions and being successful.10 most common mistakes people do when talking with a hiring manager.Module 7: Applying for a Work PermitI will guide you through the process of applying for your Work Permit. From filling the required forms, to giving your biometrics to sending the application.What you will learn in this module:What documents you need to prepare for a Work Permit application.What steps are involved in the process and how to go through them.Where to find all the information you will need.BONUSES THAT YOU WILL GET WITH YOUR PURCHASE:List of over 2 000 employers hiring IT workersAn official list of companies that hired people through the Global Talent Stream program. This program focuses on tech workers. You will never wonder again if the company you want to apply to is open to hiring foreign IT specialists. You will know for sure, which companies do that. A job offer from such a company is a sure way to get a Canadian Work Permit!List of over 64 000 employers hiring foreignersA second official list of employers. This is a full list of companies that hired at least one foreign worker since 2014. These companies hired workers from all the economy sectors, not only IT. All of these companies have an LMIA. Job offer from these companies can also ensure a Work Permit.Canadian résumé templateAn editable file (.doc) with a template of a résumé in a Canadian format. You can use it as a base to write your own resume before applying to job at a Canadian company.Cover letter templateAn editable file (.doc) with an example cover letter I used to successfully apply for my Canadian job. You can use it as a base to write your own cover letter before applying for a job at a Canadian company.Access to our course Facebook groupYou will get access to our exclusive Facebook group for course students, who all share their experiences. I am there too, answering questions and helping how I can.WHAT MY STUDENTS SAY:I found this course after many failed attempts to get an interview in a Canadian company. After sending many resumes I didn't understand why I didn't get at least one positive reply. I also found it hard to judge whether I would be considered for a specific role or not, given that I wasn't Canada's permanent resident.This course was exactly what I was looking for. It perfectly answered all of my questions. One of the most important tools it gives you is an understanding of how to distinguish employers hiring people outside Canada from ones that don't. I also found out that my resume was very inappropriate for Canada's job market, it may have been rejected before even being looked at! Not only that, but I also learned how resumes are checked by recruiters and many tricks on how to tailor my resume to specific offers and which words to use.Cover letters, which were always the most painful part of any recruitment, now I find a breeze to write.While I didn't have any problems with job interviews in the past, I think that the course module about them will be very useful to people that find talking to recruiters stressful. The directions given are very clear, and example questions, with answers, match strongly my experience of both interviewing and being interviewed for a job.All videos are very precise, no time is wasted, both audio and instructions are clear and the pacing is good as well.I highly recommend this course to anyone wanting to improve their understanding of Canada's job market and increase their chances of getting hired while not living in Canada (yet)!I am currently in the process of becoming a Canadian Permanent Resident, in the province of Manitoba.- Wojciech Niedzwiedz, Software Developer from PolandThe content of this course is really valuable. Witold's knowledge helps in every step of the job-hunting process and clears a lot of doubts.He starts by introducing us to multiple immigration options available in Canada, which helped me to come up with ideas on which program to choose for me and how to progress further.I used the resume template and all the tips provided to completely rework my own document and fix the many mistakes I made before.I found the cover letter lesson very eye-opening - I used to ignore cover letters in the past, but I now understand why they are important and how to use them to improve my chances of getting invited to a job interview.And the tips for job interviews, together with sample questions and answers, greatly improved my confidence when talking with the recruiters.Information on the list of companies hiring foreign workers is priceless - it saves me so much time and effort! I know exactly which companies to apply to. I no longer have to apply blindly to any job opening I find, but instead can focus my attention on companies that give me the highest chances of success.I highly recommend this course to any IT specialist wanting to move to Canada. It will make the job-hunting process much easier for you.- Bineesh Babu, DevOps Engineer from IndiaANY QUESTIONS? I HAVE ANSWERS!Who is this course for?For IT specialists with at least 5 years of professional experience, who would like to immigrate to Canada. Tech workers who want to get hired by a Canadian company and get a Work Permit.Will you guarantee I get a job after completing this course?I wish I could, but unfortunately, no one can give you such a guarantee. And anyone who tries is a liar who wants to scam you for your money.What I can promise you though, is that I will share with you all the job-hunting knowledge that got me a job offer from a Canadian company.I share all I know in this course, but you will have to implement this knowledge yourself. If you run into problems or have questions, I will be happy to answer them in our Facebook group.For how long will I have access to the course?You get lifetime access. There is no time limit.What if I'm not happy with the course?You are protected by Udemy's 30-day no-risk money-back guarantee.If for some reason you decide this program is not for you, you can refund it in 30 days.How fast can I expect the results?This depends on several factors, including how much time you spend on implementing the course material and how many jobs you will be applying to every day. Some students got their first job interview invitation after just a few days from completing the course.For others, it takes longer. Job hunting is a process that can take a significant amount of time and effort.I give you knowledge and tools that are proven to work and that will help you, however, you won't be able to achieve success without your own effort.Don't wait. Enroll now!

Section 1: Wstęp
Lecture 1 Welcome!
Section 2: Express Entry
Lecture 2 Express Entry & CRS score
Lecture 3 NOC - National Occupational Classification
Lecture 4 Express Entry process steps
Section 3: Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)
Lecture 5 Introduction to PNP
Lecture 6 Alberta Accelerated Tech Pathway
Lecture 7 BC PNP Tech
Lecture 8 Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)
Section 4: Work Permits
Lecture 9 Introduction to Canadian Work Permits
Lecture 10 Global Talent Stream
Section 5: Finding Job Offers From Visa Sponsoring Companies
Lecture 11 Finding companies that sponsor visas
Lecture 12 Browsing the employers list without downloading
Lecture 13 Finding job offers
Section 6: Preparing your job application
Lecture 14 Writing your résumé (CV)
Lecture 15 Tayloring your résumé to ATS systems
Lecture 16 Excercise: Write your résumé
Lecture 17 Writing a Cover Letter
Lecture 18 Excercise: Write a Cover Letter
Lecture 19 Sending your application
Lecture 20 Following up on your application
Section 7: Preparing For a Job Interview
Lecture 21 Common interview questions
Lecture 22 Answers to common interview questions
Lecture 23 Job interview tips and mistakes to avoid
Section 8: Applying for a Work Permit
Lecture 24 Before you apply
Lecture 25 Work Permit application process
Lecture 26 Online Application Portal
Section 9: Extras
Lecture 27 List of all the links from the whole course
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