ICCRC CPD Points for Immigration Practitioners

Continuing Professional Development (CPDs) FOR IMMIGRATION PRACTITIONERS


ICCRC CPD Points – Live Stream Seminars

In order to stay a member in good standing with their respective regulatory bodies, professionals in Canada are required to complete a specific number of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours – such as the regulator body for immigration consultants, the ICCRC. In most industries, CPD is the term used for the process of continually improving your knowledge and skills. This allows you to stay up to date on the latest trends and technologies in your field. You can also use CPD activities to develop your personal skills, grow professionally, and take steps towards advancing your career.

Each of our immigration specific seminars are approved by the ICCRC for CPD points.

At Ashton College, we pride ourselves on delivering more than just the required Continuing Professional Development hours. Our events feature speakers who are leaders in their fields and provide valuable, informative content that helps professionals stay ahead of current trends. Our CPD events are tailored to meet the needs of working professionals, with content that is engaging and relevant.

Currently, Ashton College offers CPD Live Stream Seminars through AshtonLive. Our immersive seminars are delivered via live stream and allow you to connect to the speaker and your fellow attendees for a rich learning experience.

You will learn more and benefit from hearing about relevant and up-to-date topics from distinguished experts. All of the seminar topics are broad so that the speaker can talk about issues that are important to you and your career, no matter what stage you are at in your professional journey. For a list of other resources, please visit our Immigration Practitioners Centre.


2023 Upcoming CPD Event

March 16, 2023: All Things Business-Temporary and Permanent Residency, Start Ups, Self-Employment, Provincial Entrepreneurs

Thursday from 1:00-5:20pm.

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