The Quebec government announced on Saturday its support of 4 million over the past four years, in an effort to help people trained abroad identify their qualifications in the province.
Led by Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Solidarity Jean Boulette, the project is named after the Pritz Law Reconnaissance des titles de des Qualifications Foreign (PRTCE).
Those who want to identify their qualifications in Quebec will be able to cover the costs of exams, refresher training, professional contributions or course equipment, which is suggested by Communicate on Saturday.
FCRP “Available to permanent residents, Canadian citizens or temporary foreign workers or those eligible for active employment activities, or who have been granted refugee status in Canada and are legally eligible to work in Canada. Canada”.
Le Moulin Microcredits and Microcredit Montreal, selected by the government after calling for projects, analyze loan applications and guide the agreed-upon participants to a financial institution that can meet their needs.
This measure is important for skilled foreign workers who want to contribute to Quebec’s energy and dynamism. This will enable the migrants to get a better boost in their identity journey, ”said Minister Boulette.
He said the fund would also meet the demands of the companies, for which it was becoming a labor shortage. It is hoped that this will allow newcomers to join Canada’s labor force more quickly.