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Main Office: Ontario Canada

Allied Employment & Immigration Services
55 Town Centre Crt, Unit 700, Scarborough ON
M1P 4X4 Canada

Tel: +1(416)290-5763

Fax:+1(416)290-6104

Email Ad: info@joinallied.com

SKYPE ID: join.allied

Caring for Children Pathway

A pathway to permanent residence for caregivers who have provided child care in a home. You must meet all of the requirements listed below to apply through the Caring for Children Pathway.

  • You must show that you performed the duties listed in the NOC 4411 job description, including most of the main duties and ALL of the essential duties

Caring for People with High Medical Needs Pathway

A pathway to permanent residence for caregivers who have provided care for the elderly or those with disabilities or chronic disease in a health facility or in a home.You must meet all of the requirements listed below to apply through the Caring for People with High Medical Needs Pathway.

  • Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses (NOC 3012)
  • Licensed practical nurses (NOC 3233)
  • Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates (NOC 3413)
  • Home support workers and related occupations (NOC 4412)
    • Note: Only Home support workers are eligible under NOC 4412. Housekeepers are not eligible.

Requirements:

  • Equivalency of successful completion Canadian Grade 12 PLUS one year full time university / college in Canada. (Applicants educated in the Philippines will need successful completion of 4 years of University / College studies).
  • For the applicants who have 4 years course but not in healthcare/childcare related, at least 2 years full time paid employment related to the caregiving “Pathway” chosen, completed within three years immediately prior to the day on which the caregiver submits their application for a work permit.
  • You must be able to speak, read and understand either English or French at a level that allows you to function independently in a home setting or in Homecare/Nursing Home facilities.
  • You must have a written employment contract between you and your future employer. The contract defines your job duties, hours of work, salary and benefits.
In order for us to determine if you are qualified under the Caring for Children Pathway or Caring for People with High Medical Needs Pathway please complete our Assessment Form for caregiver program (CLICK HERE) and send to info@joinallied.com.
 
Discover how ALLIED Immigration Services can assist you in applying for Canadian Permanent Residency under Express Entry Program, please read on how we PROCESS your application under the new caregiver pathway program.
 

ALLIED does not charge any placement fee for Foreign Contract Workers (Nurse Aides and Orderlies). Immigration documentation and all other associated expenses are paid for by our employer as part of the package agreed upon by hospitals and the sponsoring healthcare facility.

We take great pride in knowing that we are one of the top firms that provide the best and most complete range of services to help you through the important process of your employment and immigration application.


Working Conditions

There is considerable physical activity involved in helping people to move, bath, dress, and perform other daily activities. Health care aides may be required to lift items weighing up to 20 kilograms, or be on their feet for long periods of time. Good general health, knowledge of body mechanics and proper lifting techniques are required to avoid injury.

Other working conditions in this occupation vary greatly. Health care aides may work in institutional settings, or in homes ranging from comfortable to undesirable. Although many clients are pleasant and cooperative, some are difficult. Dealing with difficult clients can be frustrating and stressful.

Hours of work also vary. Since many agencies offer 24-hour service, shift work (including weekends) is often required.


Salary

Section revised January 2011 salaries for health care aides vary considerably, depending on the employer and the employee’s responsibilities, experience, and training.

According to the 2011 Alberta Wage and Salary Survey, Albertans in the Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service Associates occupational group earned from $13.25 to $20.33 an hour. The average wage is $16.92 an hour.

For more detailed information, see WAGEinfo.

For information about current collective agreements in the public and not-for-profit sectors, see the Health Sciences Association of Alberta (HSAA) website.

To read more about the Caregiver Pathway Program please visit Citizenship and Immigration Canada Website: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/caregiver/improvements.asp