Here are a few videos with basic tips to well prepare a trip to Quebec, Canada
with the aim of: finding a job, doing business, invest or study.
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For foreign visitors it is advisable to first contact an official immigration officer
for Canada. Moreover, it is very important for foreign workers to contact the CCQ, i.e.,
the Quebec Construction Commission, in order to obtain their construction qualification,
competency or skill cards in order to have the right to work in Quebec on construction sites.
Knowing how to introduce yourself and the tools to use to increase your chances
of getting a job, in offering your products and services in business… The proper
use of social media, business cards, website creation and development... are important
tools when it comes to looking for a job or offering professional services, whether you
are a construction worker, a professional or a business.
Too many foreign workers or professionals from abroad think that having a diploma or
experience in their country is enough to find a job in Quebec. This is not the case.
Having basic business experience in Quebec plays a very important role in getting a
first job. But, how to get this FIRST business experience? Daniel Dargis Eng. explains.
In Quebec there are some marketing companies that specialize in finding work,
projects and investment opportunities. They do this in exchange for commissions.
These companies do all the marketing to attract clients, answer the phone and
distribute clients to many workers, entrepreneurs, business people and investors.
However, one must know how to find the right referral company.
The value-adding Construction Business Centre, in addition to offering standard rental
or office sharing services, Internet, secretarial service etc. ..., also offers VIP-added
services of customer search, expert advice in construction, mentoring, engineering and
technical assistance, apprentice internships in businesses, and more. These unique value-adding
services allow self-employed individuals and businesses to have a head start in order to
establish themselves well in Quebec.
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