Career Paths and Transferrable Skills in Canada’s Construction Industry
The industry’s hiring for business, trades & licensed technical specialists.
- Do you want free one-on-one employment coaching to support your career transition to Canada before you move?
- Access pre-arrival employment supports, connections and live job leads through BCCA-Integrating Newcomers
- Available to you online and at your own pace no matter what city, province or territory you’re heading to.
Construction sector is critical to Canada’s economy, since it contributes 7.5 per cent of Canada’s GDP, and employs 1.4 million people. There are various career paths for you to explore.
The BCCA-Integrating Newcomers (BCCA-IN) program is a government-funded, free, nationwide employment coaching service for skilled immigrants looking to transition careers to the construction industry in Canada – before moving here.
At no cost to you, BCCA-IN will assign a dedicated career coach and you will receive construction-related job hunting tips and tools, live job leads, a detailed skills and education assessment, connections to provincial professional associations and licensing authorities, plus, suggestions on the most relevant pre and post-arrival settlement services you should access. Whether you have extensive experience in construction in your home country or are considering the construction industry as a target sector in Canada for your skills for the first time, we can help.