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March 2007

Volume 1, Issue 1

Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) has been identified as one of the key components of the government’s internationally trained workers initiatives.  To address this initiative, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. organized a FCR forum involving the public and government representatives.

 

Under the leadership of Peter Kwok (Vice Chair of Public Affairs), Tung Chan, CEO, and Michael Lam, program director of the S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Training Institute, the FCR forum took place on January 24, 2007. 

 

 

The objectives of the forum were to facilitate sharing of information and then identify community needs and service gaps.

 

During the forum, participants representing immigrants, government officials, credential granting bodies, immigrant service organizations, and the media were introduced to success stories of

Text Box: Quick Facts About S.U.C.C.E.S.S.
Established in 1973 as a social service organization
12 offices throughout the Lower Mainland
Multicultural and multilingual staff speak 17 different languages
Client services in 2005-2006:  223,236

S.U.C.C.E.S.S.

28 West Pender Street

Vancouver, B.C.

V6B 1R6

Tel:  604-684-1628

Fax: 604-408-7236  

CEO:

Tung Chan
Editors:

Loretta Chiu

Elaine Khoe
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new Canadians integrating into their professions.  Government officials introduced their initiatives to facilitate this process.  Group discussions were arranged for participants to propose new strategies to address this growing area of concern.

  

 

The forum was well received and was attended by more than 150 people including 50 media representatives, guest speakers, service providers, and government representatives.

 

S.U.C.C.E.S.S. strives to support new Canadians by bridging the gap between the booming B.C. economy and persistent labour market integration barriers.  Beyond the forum, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. will pursue further dialogue with regulatory bodies and government officials.

 

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