For technicians, technologists and IT professionals

Technicians and technologists

All of Canada

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials provides information on requirements to practice, assessment of qualifications and other relevant information for foreign-trained technicians and technologists.

The Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists establishes and maintains the National Technology Benchmarks® in the following applied science and engineering
technology disciplines: bioscience, industrial, building, instrumentation, chemical, mechanical, civil, mining, electrical, petroleum, electronics, geomatics, forestry, and information technology.

Canadian Technology Immigration Network - The Canadian Technology Immigration Network (CTIN) is led by the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT) and has been developed with the specific goal of assisting internationally-trained engineering technology professionals in having their credentials recognized and finding successful employment in Canada.

International Qualifications Database - The International Qualifications Data Base (IQDB) is a database of applied science and engineering technology programs in over 60 countries around the world that have been assessed against Canadian academic criteria. Programs within the IQDB are assessed at the Associate, Technician or Technologist level.

New Brunswick

New Brunswick Society of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists is New Brunswick's independent certifying body for engineering/applied science technicians and technologists.

 

IT professionals

All of Canada

The Foreign Credentials Referral Office provides useful resources to foreign-trained IT professionals.

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials(CICIC) provides information on requirements to practice, assessment of qualifications and other relevant information for internationally educated IT Professionals (IEITPs).

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials provides information on requirements to practice, assessment of qualifications and other relevant information for foreign-trainedWeb designers and developers.

The  Foreign Credentials Referral Office has information, links, and guides for IEITPs who wish to pursue their careers in Canada.

The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) offers bridging programs, coaching, and many types of tools and resources for IEITPs across the country.