Online education, or eLearning, has been gaining popularity in recent years. The COVID-19 pandemic has made eLearning even more important as many colleges and universities have announced their plans to hold classes online this fall. Online education may be new for some adult learners who are hoping to improve their career outlook. Continue reading toRead more
Internationally Trained Professionals (ITP) have plenty of skills which can be useful in the Canadian workforce. However, many skilled professionals with credentials from outside of Canada can face difficulties when returning to their career. A main reason for this is because some Canadian employers may not recognize foreign credentials. As a result, it is veryRead more
Many adults consider the idea of returning to school. Anyone from an internationally trained newcomer to a graduate from a local institution can benefit from getting back in the classroom. With that said, re-enrolling to school is a big decision. In today’s blog we will look at five things any adult learner should consider beforeRead more
Construction workers are a very important part of Canada’s economy. As a result, it is important that our construction workers are properly compensated and are able to work in a safe environment. Unions are an important organization for workers who may otherwise be taken advantage of by employers. Continue reading to learn more about unionsRead more
The long-term growth of Alberta’s construction industry expects to see modest growth over the next decade (2020 – 2029) according to research reports by BuildForce Canada. The rise of non-residential construction requirements and an acceleration in oil sands investment is driving these changes. In addition, residential construction projects are also expected to increase as well.Read more
Career Loans provides career counselling and micro loans to Internationally Trained Individuals in regulated and non-regulated occupations and trades, who are looking to return to their chosen profession.