Get the low-down on moving to Canada, in the UK, this September.

Canada has long been known for being a country of land and opportunity, and with a decreasing population and an estimated shortfall of 3 million skilled workers by the year 2020, Canada continues to seek skilled and experienced workers to fill the ever-expanding skills gap.

Some of the occupations currently in demand in Canada are listed below (in no particular order):

Truck Drivers, Business Management Consultants, College or Vocational Instructors, Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses, Welders, Occupational or Physiotherapy Assistants, Software Engineer or Designers, Pharmacists, Psychologists, Steamfitters and Pipefitters, Construction Estimators, Veterinary Technicians or Assistants, Machinists, Mechanics, Computer programmers and interactive media development, Financial auditors and accountants, Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations, Web designers and developers

Gaining an understanding of Canada’s immigration process and assessing eligibility online, can often be confusing and misinforming. Brazolot Migration Group are leaders in their field and have over 50 years combined experience. They’re offering a unique opportunity to obtain accurate information on all things ‘moving to Canada’.

Dates and times:

London – 22 September – 10am, 12pm and 2pm.

London – 23 September – 11:30 and 1:30

Manchester – 29 & 30 September – 11:30 and 1:30

B.M.G will be conducting Canadian Immigration seminars in London and Manchester, this September – free of charge!

You’ll learn about Canada’s current immigration programs, specifically the Federal Skilled Worker and Federal Skilled Trades Visa Programs, and receive clear, concise information about the Express Entry application process.

B.M.G look forward to offering their expert knowledge and support in helping make your move to Canada a reality.

Don’t miss out. Register for your ticket, now!

Register today to reserve your spot:

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