Assessing and Recognizing Foreign Credentials in Canada - Employers' Views (2001)

The Canadian Labour Business Centre (CLBC) carried out a study from October 2000 and January 2001 exploring Canadian employers’ views and experiences with assessing and recognizing the credentials of foreign-trained workers, as well as approaches to raising the awareness of employers on these subjects.

“The assessment and recognition of the education credentials of foreign-trained workers is an issue of growing importance in Canada. An accurate understanding and evaluation of the skills, knowledge and experience of foreign-trained workers plays a key role in enabling these workers to find jobs in which this preparation can be used to full advantage. When this happens, the individual benefits from earnings in keeping with his/her skills, and the employer and economy benefit from the full productive use of those skills. When this does not happen, the full productive potential of the labour force goes unrealized, and the affected individuals and their families suffer lower incomes and standards of living.” (Executive Summary)

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Canadian Labour and Business Centre and Derwyn Sangster. Assessing and Recognizing Foreign Credentials in Canada - Employers' Views 2001. Web. 28 Sep. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/clbc/assessing/01jan31.pdf>
Canadian Labour and Business Centre & Derwyn Sangster (2001). Assessing and Recognizing Foreign Credentials in Canada - Employers' Views. Retrieved September 28, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/clbc/assessing/01jan31.pdf
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