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If you’re looking to start a new career helping new Canadians, the Immigration Consultant with Practicum diploma program at CDI College is for you.


Accredited Immigration Consultant Program in BC


CDI College’s Immigration Consultant with Practicum diploma program is accredited by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC), Canada’s governing body regulating the profession.

As you progress through your many immigration consultant courses,¬†you’ll gain an understanding of Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, as well as the Citizenship Act, two areas each Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) needs to become an expert in.

When you complete the 29-week diploma, you’ll be permitted to write the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)’s Full Skills Exam (FSE), and once you pass, you’ll be a licensed RCIC, which is valid in all ten provinces and three territories.


Legal Career Training with a Practicum


In the program, you’ll learn all the skills that flow into becoming a successful immigration consultant.

Courses include a thorough refresher in Canadian immigration and refugee law, adminstrative law and tribunals, legal research and writing, operating your own immigration practice, ethics and professional conduct, application processes and immigration law procedures.

Prior to graduation, the capstone of this program is a 100-hour practicum placement, where you’ll work in an immigration practice or government immigration service¬†and learn the day-to-day operations of a consultancy.

Start training for a career helping new Canadians – find out more about the Immigration Consultant with Practicum diploma program today.

This program has been approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training.

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