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Jobs in Canada with Diploma Certificate in Prosthetics and Orthotics Technology?

How can I get job in Canada

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Adeola’s Answer

There are few ways to get a job in Canada with a diploma in Prosthetics and Orthotics.

You can get a job in Canada while you're still in Nigeria by checking jobbank.gc.ca, and narrowing down your search to temporary foreign employers with LMIA.

Another way you can get a job in Canada is through study pathway; by applying to further your degree in the country and when you're done with your degree, you will be eligible to apply for a post graduate work permit and that will enable you get a job in the specified field.
These two schools: George brown college of applied Arts and Technology in Toronto and British Columbia Institute of Technology offers a post graduate diploma in Prosthetics and Orthotics.

Note: check the Canada immigration official website (cic.gc.ca) to get more information if you decide to go through the school route.

All the best.
Thank you comment icon I appreciate you taking the time to answer this. Nwachukwu
Thank you comment icon Do those schools mentioned offer scholarship. Because I am not financially buoyant for tuition fees. Nwachukwu
Thank you comment icon Kindly go on their website to check if there is any available scholarship. Alternatively, you can do other courses, similar to prosthetics and Orthotics technology. There are other courses in affordable schools that you can get into in Canada, that will provide you with good job opportunities while you're studying and after your study. All the best Adeola Liadi
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Ruby’s Answer

First, you will want to make sure that you have all the documentation in order to work overseas. And this applies not just to Canada, but anywhere.

Bordering countries, like Canada, tend to have more lenient requirements for bordering countries. Keep that in mind.

I recommend checking with your local embassy located in the country you plan on living - in this case Canada. Speak to their consular section or the part that handles visa requirements. Tell them of your desire to work in that country and ask them what the visa requirements are.

You can also contact their embassy, in this case Canada, within your home country and ask them the same questions. Tell them about your situation and they can give you the information too.

Best of luck!!
Thank you comment icon Thank you so much! Nwachukwu
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