Scheduled Events & Information Sessions

Commissioner of Oaths Services

Commissioner of Oaths services are available by appointment at all Newcomer Information Centre (NIC) locations for affidavits, declarations, oaths, attestations and true copies of original documents.

For more information contact: nic(at)tcet.com
10 Steps to Improving your LinkedIn Profile 
Always remember that your LinkedIn Profile should tell the story of where you've been, where you are now, and where you want to be in the future. 

Employability Skills for Youth Program  
Employability Skills for Youth Program is a 13 week program designed to help youth between the ages of 
15 - 30 to explore career and work options, assess and develop skills and plan for the future. 

This interactive youth program will focus on skills such as; team building, communication skills, action planning and goal settings skills to name a few. Upon classroom completion, participants will have 10 weeks on the job placement to further develop their employability skills. 

Once completed, youth are eligible for a $300 completion bonus from the program!! For more information visit the website: www.tcet.com/es4y
Visiting Canada? Important information travellers may need to know
Canada's entry rules have changed and since March 15, 2016, citizens from countries that normally do not need a visa to enter Canada are expected to have an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTa) to fly to or through Canada. 

For more information contact: nic(at)tcet.com

Bridging Program for Internationally Trained Mental Health Professionals
The Bridge Training Program for Internationally Trained Mental Health Professionals (BTMH Program) is an employment bridging program funded by the Government of Ontario. 

The program is currently accepting applications for their 12th cohort - the application deadline is June 30, 2016 and classes start in September. Check out the newly designed website for more information launching June 1st: www.bridgingprograms.org

What is a Census?  Who needs to complete it? 

If you have questions about the 2016 Census  READ MORE
Youth Corner
Professional Emails 
In the year 2016, pop culture has definitely influenced us all with the inventions of new words and phrases such as 'on fleek', 'basic' and 'lit.' 

However, when it comes to applying for jobs, employers tend to be not interested and even dismissive of such terms on resumes, especially when it comes to the applicant's email address.
An email says a lot about a person and how professional a person comes off as. Especially as someone defined as a 'youth', it's good to give an excellent impression through the information given on resumes, especially through one's email address.

An acceptable email is one that gives the employer the impression that you are professional. Keep in mind personal emails can be used for personal communication and social media accounts but a specific professional email should be used for resumes and job searching. Usually the best example of a professional email is one which has your first and last name (in any order) before the '@' sign. These can be separated by '_' or '.' or just put together as one word.


Unprofessional Examples:

For more information contact: nic(at)tcet.com
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