We are looking to partner with you to deliver basic worker health and safety awareness sessions to newcomers. Using a train-the-trainer approach, we would equip you with the resources, skills and support necessary to deliver these sessions to your clients, at your location.
The Wired: Evaluating Settlement Online (WESO), an IRCC-funded SDI project located at the YMCA of the National Capital Region (Ottawa), would like to introduce you to our research-based evaluation toolkit for settlement organizations to help you measure and improve the quality of your hybrid services delivery.
On December 18, 2022, the Canadian government increased the number of weeks that workers can get Employment Insurance (EI) sickness benefits. Workers who started their claims on or after December 18 can get up to 26 weeks of benefits. For claims started before that date, workers can get up to 15 weeks.
The OCASI Client Management System (OCMS) is your sector preferred client management system developed with and for you. This is your ticket to an efficient and more accurate way to serve your clients.
CLEO has a new Guided Pathway to help people fill out draft forms to apply for an open work permit in Canada. An open work permit allows someone to work for any employer in Canada. The pathway provides all the details on who is eligible, and what information and documents they need.
OCASI is pleased to open registration for upcoming self-directed online training on Foundations of Settlement Work Level 2
Date: February 1 - March 30, 2023
We are pleased to announce the Community Services Recovery Fund will be open for applications on January 6, 2023.
Under the PET project, assistance is available to frontline staff working in organizations funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), to enhance their skills and gain knowledge through individual courses.
Nicholas Keung The Star Wed., Sept. 21, 2022
After much hype over a new strategy to help more migrants become permanent residents, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser has delivered a plan that largely reinstated the policy changes made during the pandemic.