Advanced Literacy and Essential Skills in the Workplace for Immigrant IT Professionals Info Session - Registration Form
Are you an internationally-trained immigrant IT professional? ISSofBC has the program for you - ALES@work! Our no-cost soft-skill communication training program tailored specifically to IT professionals can help you advance in your tech career. Get hired for your first job! Become a better team player or leader at work! Seize this golden opportunity by registering for an info session below. Spots are limited!

Please note: ALES@work classes run Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 9 pm, April 2nd to June 13th, 2019.

If you are a Permanent Resident, Naturalized Canadian, or Convention Refugee, please fill out this form to register for an info session about ISSofBC's Advanced Literacy and Essential Skills Training Program for immigrant IT professionals.
1. What is your email?
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2. What is your last name?
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3. What is your first name?
Your answer
4. What is your preferred first name?
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5. What is your phone number?
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6. Are you an internationally-trained IT professional? That is, did you complete your schooling or training outside of Canada?
7. What is your status in Canada?
If you chose "other", please indicate what your status is.
Your answer
8. Is your CLB score 7 or higher?
Please indicate your CLB English level.
Your answer
9. Have you taken any other English level certification tests such as IELTS or CELPIP? Please specify name and date the test was taken as well as the level achieved.
Your answer
10. In which of these occupations do you have experience and/or training?
11. Are you currently unemployed?
13. Are you under-employed? (Under-employed means working in a job that is not aligned with your previous position, or working fewer than 20 hours/week in a job that is aligned with your previous occupation.
12. What is your job target?
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14. If you are employed or under-employed, what is your current job?
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15. Where did you learn about the ALES program?
16. Are you available on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6pm to 9pm, from April 2nd to June 13th?
17. Info sessions will take place at ISSofBC at 333 Terminal Avenue (2 blocks from Main Street Skytrain Station) in Vancouver. Which info session would you like to join?
18. If you cannot attend any of these info sessions, please let us know when you are available or if you have any questions.
Your answer
Thanks for registering for the ALES@work Info Session. We are looking forward to meeting you!
We will send an email confirming your registration within 24 hours weekdays, by Monday afternoon on weekends.
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