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Course Registration

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Coronavirus Advisory – Update March 9, 2020

In light of the ongoing concerns with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken the precautionary measure of suspending delivery of all in-person classes at each of our three ICCRC learning centres, until further notice. We will inform you when in-person courses resume. Meanwhile, all courses will be delivered via the online tools.


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The purpose of practice management education (PME) is to provide RCICs with the appropriate education, tools and resources required for competent practice to ensure consumer and public protection. All RCICs are required to take PME courses, as mandated by the Council.

For enquiries regarding PME courses, contact pme-fpp@iccrc-crcic.ca.

 

COST

There is no cost for registering for Practice Management Education (PME) courses offered by the Council.

Note: All costs related to attending and completing PME courses in-person, such as transportation, meals and accommodation, or by real-time remote, such as the purchase of equipment, computer, or internet service, are at the expense of the RCIC.

COURSES

It is the responsibility of the RCIC to register for a mandatory course.

1. When a mandatory course is launched, an RCIC must take the course before the required deadline. Deadlines and details are communicated by email, social media, and on the Council’s website. Available course dates are viewable when registering for a course.

2. Courses are delivered in-person or via real-time remote.

3. As a course is introduced, it is offered within a specified timeframe.

4. Course registration for a particular session closes seven (7) calendar days before the scheduled session.

5. After the course completion deadline has expired, available course dates are viewable when registering for a course. If courses were introduced before an RCIC joins the Council, he/she is required to complete one (1) mandatory PME course within three (3) months of becoming a member with the Council and all remaining mandatory courses within one year of becoming a member with the Council.

6. Upon successfully registering for a course, a confirmation email is sent to the RCIC.


To proceed to registration, click on a specific course below to view its description and deadlines and follow the instructions to register. 

If you wish to view and register for the sessions in French, click herehere

Client AccountClient Account*

Retainer AgreementRetainer Agreement*

Client File ManagementClient File Management*

Ethical PracticeEthical Practice*

AgentsAgents

Managing an Immigration Consulting PracticeManaging an Immigration Consulting Practiceǂ

Developing the RCIC and Client RelationshipDeveloping the RCIC and Client Relationship*

Complaints and Professional ConductComplaints and Professional ConductY UPDATED

Planned or Unplanned AbsencePlanned or Unplanned Absence§

* Mandatory for all RCICs
† Mandatory for RCICs who joined the Council after May 1, 2018. This course is also mandatory for  RCICs who joined the Council prior to May 1, 2018, who  have not previously taken the course but now intend to work with an agent or immigration agency. The course must be completed prior to an RCIC commencing work with an agent or immigration agency.
ǂ Mandatory for RCICs who joined the Council after January 1, 2015, and who own an immigration consulting practice (e.g., sole proprietorship, corporation, etc.). An RCIC who has previously been registered with the Council as an employee but changes their status to owner of an immigration consulting practice, must complete this course within 90 days of their change of status.
§ Mandatory for RCICs who own an immigration consulting practice (e.g., sole proprietorship, corporation, etc.) or who are employees of an immigration agency. An RCIC who haspreviously been registered with the Council as an employee (of an entity other than an immigration agency) but changes their status to owner of an immigration consulting practice or an employee of an immigration agency, must complete this course within 90 days of their change of status.
Y Mandatory for RCICs who did not take the previous version of this course “Complaints and Professional Standards”

 

For enquiries regarding PME courses, contact pme-fpp@iccrc-crcic.ca.