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Ashton College is proud to announce that the first Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Seminar in our 2014 line up will happen on April 16, 2014. Centering on the BC Provincial Nominee Program as a topic, this panel discussion will feature four leading industry professionals in Immigration Consulting.
Joining the panel are Karolina Francis, Ron McKay, and Aireen Luney. The seminar will take place in the Library Square Conference Centre from 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM. The panel will be discussing the BC Provincial Nominee Program which is an economic immigration program designed to help B.C. meet its evolving labour market needs.
This CPD seminar has been approved for 2.5 hours by ICCRC, The Law Society of British Columbia, and The Law Society of Saskatchewan. The seminar costs $60.00 and will be available in-class as well as through live-stream.
About BC PNP:
The BC Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is an economic immigration program designed to help B.C. meet its evolving labour market needs. The program helps employers attract and retain qualified foreign workers who have the skills and experience to contribute to B.C.’s economy. It also selects entrepreneurs ready to invest in our economy and create jobs for Canadian citizens and permanent residents. The PNP is operated by the Province of B.C. in partnership with the federal government through Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). The PNP assesses applications and nominates candidates for permanent residence, after which CIC makes the final decision on each application and issues permanent resident visas to successful applicants. This CPD will be delivered through a panel discussion with the topic being BC PNP.
About the Panelists: