Why create an eLearning platform for newcomers to Canada and International Students?

Nick Noorani

I have firmly believed that the information needs of these two cohorts are distinctly different for Canadian born individuals and I have spent the past twenty-two years helping provide then with information and tools to allow them to quickly ramp up their information by launching the Canadian Immigrant Magazine and Prepare for Canada. 

The Canada eLearning Academy will provide small information bites to newcomers in a convenient format yet maintaining the relevancy of information by using Canadian content. 

My personal suggestion is to use this package first:

  1. Communication Strategies
  2. Interpersonal Skills
  3. Ten Soft Skills You Need
  4. Time Management
  5. Emotional Intelligence
  6. Goal Setting and Getting Things Done
  7. Improving Self-Awareness
  8. Job Search Skills
  9. Managing Workplace Anxiety
  10. Public Speaking
  11. Stress Management
  12. Presentation Skills
  13. Proposal Writing
  14. Telephone Etiquette
  15. Business Ethics
  16. Business Etiquette
  17. Change Management
  18. Conflict Resolution
  19. Developing Corporate Behavior
  20. Networking Outside the Company
  21. Networking Within the Company

You also have 175 courses covering administrative skills, career development, Human resources, personal development, sales and marketing, supervisors and managers, workplace essentials and Microsoft.

The goal is to grow this to the largest curated platform for this audience and add to it our own content to strengthen the messages to be delivered. 

The Pandemic has only enhanced the need for this form of education and professional development. 

Lastly, I have deliberately priced it very inexpensively so that anyone can afford it.