ICTC GO Talent Program

Information and Communications Technology Council

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The GO Talent program provides employers with the opportunity to connect with hundreds of Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs) with an IT background who are within days, weeks or months of arriving in Canada as permanent residents. Employers can submit job postings and gain full access to our IEP talent pool through the newly launched job portal on eTalent Canada.

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ICTC Talent Programs

Information and Communications Technology Council

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ICTC is a leader in developing workforce solutions and delivering talent programs to enable Canadian businesses to access the right talent with the right skills needed to drive innovation and productivity in an increasingly competitive environment. To ensure Canada is able to meet the growing demand for ICT and digitally skilled talent, we must consider all labour market sources and complementary pathways and build welcoming, diverse workplaces. Our programs provide unique and targeted solutions for recruiting, retaining and integrating women, Indigenous persons, youth and internationally educated professionals (IEPs) into ICT workforce.

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ICTC: Women in Technology (WIT)

Information and Communications Technology Council

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ICTC and Status of Women Canada (SWC) came together to explore a ground-breaking and innovative way to increase women’s recruitment, retention and advancement in current and emerging technology sectors. This collaborative approach brought ICTC, SWC, and six regional organizations together to help women enter decision-making and management roles and move up in their organizations or within the sector. Six innovative regional projects were launched and a national initiative was formed in Fall 2013.

THE WIT INITIATIVE ENCOURAGES WOMEN TO ENTER TECHNICAL OCCUPATIONS BY:
  1. • addressing human resources (HR) practices, structures, and measures; and
  2. • encouraging women to develop the necessary skills and take on new roles as managers, directors, C-level positions and members of board of directors, in order to ensure systemic change.

This project is funded by Status of Women Canada.

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