New pathway to job in Canada

If you are hoping to find employment abroad and are looking for a reliable pathway that will ensure that your life savings are not wasted, you may want to check out programs and online courses of @Oxford International Education Group (OIEG). 

The way to employment to Canada that OIEG is offering may cost more than those of ordinary recruitment firms. But, just like consumer goods and services, products by reputable companies cost more because the quality is better, they are reliable and are always ready to respond to consumer complaints.

So, if you are saving money to find gainful employment outside the country, particularly in Canada, I suggest you visit OIEG’s web site and study closely, in particular, the @“Continuing Care Assistant” (CCA) program.

OIEG has acquired @East Coast International College, Canada that offers the care-giving CCA vocational course. For qualified Filipinos, the course opens a pathway to getting a caregiving job in Halifax, Nova Scotia, permanent residency and, eventually, should they so wish, Canadian citizenship.  

Andy Caldwell, OIEG chief commercial officer, said the CCA program was open to people seeking a rewarding career in the health care sector in Nova Scotia “where employment opportunities continue to grow”.

“CCA assists individuals of all ages in a variety of settings,” Caldwell, who was in Manila recently, said. There were at least 2,000 vacancies for continuing care assistants in Nova Scotia, whose population consists of 29 percent seniors.

OIEG came to the Philippines, Caldwell said, to “offer education opportunities to Filipinos who, we understand, have a life-long passion for learning and training”. 

The 40-week CCA caregiving course will provide students the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to deliver appropriate and respectful care. Its blended learning approach combines technical, employability and other essential care-giving skills. 

Graduates may work in a variety of settings such as home care, nursing homes and homes for the aged.

Caldwell expressed the view that Filipinos would be a good fit for CCA jobs because of the Philippines’ culture of compassion or malasakit. “The Filipinos home-grown values like deep respect for the elderly and close family ties are intrinsic traits needed for a career as a caregiver,” he said. 

He expressed confidence that graduates would not have problems getting jobs. In fact, he said, they were so confident graduates would be hired that students would give a full refund of their CCA tuition fees if they did not secure a job before the end of the program.

To increase the chances of job placement, the school itself helps students secure placement, write their résumés and prepare for interviews.

To learn more about the Continuing Care Assistant Program of East Coast International College, please visit

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