Alternative Careers in Health Promotion and Education for Internationally Trained Physicians (Ontario Bridge Training Program)


The Alternative Careers in Health Promotion and Education Bridging Program is designed to enhance the employment and educational position of international Medical Graduates to equip them for employment within the healthcare ecosystem in non-practitioner roles in Ontario. 

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WES Gateway Referral Program 

World Education Services (WES) Gateway Program assesses the educational credentials of refugees and other displaced persons who have limited proof of academic achievements.


Other Settlement Services

Employment Services

Employment Services

Language Training

Language Training

Community Connections

Community Connections


Toronto Metropolitan University Courses Available


Workplace Communication flyerThe Workplace Communication in Canada (WCC)

Want to upgrade your career skills and improve your interpersonal communication in the Canadian workplace?

The WCC Program, offered through The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Toronto Metropolitan University is for you!

The WCC program is a series of 4 blended courses designed to help new Ontarians with a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of level 6 on all four CLB skills develop their interpersonal communication skills within the Canadian workplace.

Courses Offered:

CDCE 700 Effective Speaking and Listening
CDCE 720 Client-Centered Communication
CDCE 730 Presenting with Impact
CDCE 740 Teamwork Communication

Courses are offered in a combined virtual and online mode of delivery with the mandatory virtual sessions taking place on 15 Saturdays. Focus on understanding cultural differences related to communication in the Canada work environment. 

Graduates from the WCC program will receive a Professional Development Award from The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education.

The program is offered free of cost to eligible students through The Ontario Bridging Participant Assistance Program (OBPAP) Bursary.

The Ontario Bridging Participant Assistance Program (OBPAP) provides bursaries of up to $3000.00 to cover direct education costs for eligible students enrolled in the WCC program.

For more information, please contact Sadia by email or phone at: or (416) 417-5832

Middle-level management flyerMiddle-Level Management with Technical Background Bridging Program

Are  you an internationally educated professional with project management experience and technical backgrounds such as engineering, science, environmental science, information technology, or other closely related discipline? This unique learning opportunity is for you!

Successful participants will receive the Certificate for Technical Professionals.

Eligible participants will get the MLM program tuition fee fully covered through the Ontario Bridging Participant Assistance Program (OBPAP), an amount of up to $5000. 

For more information, please contact Sadia by email or phone at: or (416) 417-5832

Toronto Metropolitan University Chang School of Continuing Education

The International Doctors’ Network IDN

“Colleagues helping Colleagues.”

The International Doctors Network is an initiative that arose from The Learning Enrichment Foundation’s self-study group of international medical graduates.

In 2008, seven doctors began meeting at LEF to improve their English-language skills and study for Canadian medical exams.

The network was created in response to the need to formalize the work of this study group and to provide more specialized support to its members. Since 2010 IDN is part of the Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs), an initiative from Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC).

Facilitate the successful integration of Internationally Trained Doctors into the Canadian society.

The International Doctors Network provides help in establishing a social and professional network through initiatives, including leadership projects, conversion circles, and mentorship by supporting newcomers to form social networks and connecting to the various dimensions of Canadian society.

Humble in Spirit.

International Doctors Network


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