Navigating the Canadian IT Workplace (NaviCanIT) is a bridge-to-work program for internationally educated ICT professionals (IEPs).
This unique training program was designed to assist participants in their career transitions. The IEPs will be exposed to the local Canadian workplace culture, business practices, and professional ethics, improve their communication skills, and connect to the local labor market.
This program will also connect IEPs with the local ICT employers to develop a seamless, two-way, win-win, integration process.
Understand Canadian workplace culture and improve workplace communication skills
Keep in sync with current trends in the ICT industry
Learn how to grow your professional network in the ICT
Connect directly with hiring employers
Upcoming & Current Training Schedule
October 13th, 2020 – January 6, 2021
Monday – Thursday 8:00pm-9:30pm
Saturday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Permanent residents, convention refugees, and naturalized citizens of Canada
IT background from the country of origin
English level at CLB 7 or above
Navigating the Canadian IT workplace
10 modules to refresh and reinforce your quality qualifications
On-demand skills in Canada
Step-by-Step guide on job search plan, resume and job interviews
networking to hidden job opportunities
Understanding of ICT profession and workplace culture
Improving workplace communications skills
Getting Job ready
Jumpstart your professional career in Canada!
IT Project Management
An intensive introduction to ICT project management. Learn the 5 phases and 9 knowledge areas of importance related to working in the technology industry
Roles of IT employees
Project life cycles
An overview of the terminology, roles, processes, and best practices defined in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge
6 knowledge areas and how business analysis skills related to working in the technology industry
Experience the challenges and subtleties of business analysis through practical examples
On demand Skills
Designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the current “high demand” skills imperative in today’s technology labor market
Gain knowledge of required technical skills
Discover how to find gainful employment in IT
Cyber Security Labour Market Information
This module will provide an overview of:
Cybersecurity, Cyber Crime, and Emerging Threats
Canadian Cybersecurity Employment Sectors, Organizations generation Products, and Services
Analysis of Cybersecurity Work Roles, Knowledge, and abilities transferable skills
Cybersecurity Education, Training and Certification
(ICT) Labour Market Intelligence
Insight into the local ICT labor market with a focus on relevant technical/professional skills as they relate to current industry demand
New paradigm IT business models, cloud computing, mobile, and professional services
Analysis of new ICT occupations, skill gaps, training strategies, and certification pathways
Develop your career transition plan for the Canadian market
Breakdown of the ICT market
Professions within the industry
Competence profile and skill metric
Formulation of effective job search strategies
What is culture? Why are culture and diversity important in conflict management? Explore the answers through workplace-related topics
Review of cultural dimensions
Characteristics of a multicultural Canadian workplace
Working with cultural differences
Strategies for communicating across the diversity
Workplace Culture and Communication
This interactive course emphasizes workplace-related accounting topics. Specialized language tools are utilized for confident communication in any employment situation.
Essentials of verbal and non-verbal communications
Workplace in action: emails, telephone, meetings, and report
Pronunciation and techniques
I relocated from New Brunswick to Ottawa to find more job opportunities. I signed up with In-TAC, hoping to bypass the online job application process, and get direct access to hiring managers. In-TAC has a good relationship with many small / medium local businesses, and this helps quickly match employers to candidates. The first employer they referred me to, offered me a full-time job. I would highly recommend In-TAC. You never need to worry about the quality of their services, just rest assured, follow the steps, and you will reach your goal.
Leon Yang Li, Technical Project Manager
The Navigating the Canadian IT Workplace (NaviCanIT) class at In-TAC, provides the latest information on the current labor market, and knowledge about some IT fields such as Cybersecurity and Business analysis. The people in In-TAC are very friendly and helpful.
Hao Wu, Mobile Application Developer
At In-TAC you will have a successful integration experience. Their services helped me in every step, to start my professional life here in Canada. They provided outstanding services, such as individual counseling, job referral, interview preparation, and understanding emerging IT trends and the local labor market. In-TAC services empowered me to become independent, confident, and gave me a distinct advantage in job hunting.