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Free trainings for front-line workers to better serve migrant workers in Ontario. 
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Learn about immigration and labour laws, and best practices to support migrant workers.

Professional development training. Toronto (Sep 23), Hamilton (Sep 29), training in more regions to be announced

  • Are you being approached by, or have clients on work permits?
  • Are you working with migrant caregivers, farm workers or migrants in other sectors?
  • Are you a service provider, faith leader, community development worker?
If so, this training and community building event is for you. 
 
Greater Toronto Area
9am - 5pm, September 23, 2015
Suite 223, 720 Spadina Avenue, Toronto (Google Map)
Registration capped at 25, RSVP now!

Hamilton area training is on September 29th (RSVP here), training in other regions to be announced. If you would like to co-host a training in your region, please contact us

At this free training and community building session, you will learn about:
  • Immigration matters 
    • Labour market impact assessments, work permits, permanent residency applications, status regularization, and more. 
  • Employment matters
    • Employment standards, health and safety rights, human rights complaints, workers compensation and more.
  • Access to social services
    • Healthcare, Employment Insurance, Housing, Pensions and more.
We will also be discussing ways to strengthen relationships and build networks in the region to support migrant workers, and share information on advocacy campaign underway in Ontario and Canada.

Training provided in partnership with Parkdale Community Legal Services, Carranza LLP, IAVGO, and others. 
RSVP Now! (Registration required, limited spots)
This training is provided by members of the Migrant Workers Alliance for Change, a research, policy and advocacy coalition of migrant worker groups, legal clinics, labour unions, health providers and community organizations. Funding for these trainings are provided by the Law Foundation of Ontario.
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