TRIEC’s workshops are designed to increase employers’ capacity to effectively recruit, select and integrate skilled immigrants into the Canadian workplace.
Recruiting and Selecting Skilled Immigrants: How-to HR Workshops
This workshop is intended for individuals who are responsible for recruiting, screening and selecting talent for their organizations. In this workshop, participants learn about:
- The link between unconscious bias and culture
- The impact of cultural biases when sourcing candidates, conducting resume and telephone screening, and interviewing
- Individual and organizational strategies to eliminate selection bias when considering skilled immigrants
Who should attend:
- HR professionals and line managers with hiring responsibilities
This curriculum has been delivered to 400 employers. Starting in late 2011, this workshop will be available to Toronto Region employers on a fee-for-service basis, delivered by George Brown College and Sheridan College.
The workshop can be delivered onsite at the employer location or at the college. It can be delivered as a full-day or half-day session, or can be customized in other formats. The workshop incorporates a variety of learning tools such as TRIEC’s training videos, group discussions and role play exercises. Participants receive a package of supporting material that includes a participant manual.
For more information, contact:
Rose De Veyra
Manager, Learning Initiatives
416.944.1946 x 288 |firstname.lastname@example.org