The Chang School is pleased to lend their curriculum in partnerships with the following organizations:

Community MicroSkills Development Centre

Community MicroSkills Development Centre is a non-profit organization that provides settlement, employment, and self-employment services to individuals, with priority to the needs of immigrants, youth, visible minority people, and low-income women. Microskills programs focus on developing clients’ skills, increasing their information base, and facilitating opportunities for them to transfer their skills and knowledge to the Canadian workforce.

For more information, visit the Microskills website.

JVS Toronto – I-PLAN

JVS Toronto is a non-profit organization that partners with both the government and business sectors to help people of diverse backgrounds succeed. JVS Toronto delivers I-PLAN, a unique bridge training program designed specifically for internationally educated professionals in architecture, in partnership with Ryerson University, Ontario Tourism Education Council (OTEC), and Career Edge Organization.

For further information, or to apply to the program, visit the JVS Toronto website.

Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) – PAIE

The PAIE Program is an innovative, employer-led bridge training program designed to connect employers and highly skilled internationally trained engineers and geoscientists. PAIE is developed by Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) in collaboration with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) and the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO), and is funded by the Government of Ontario and the Government of Canada.

To learn more about the PAIE Program, visit the TRCA website.