- Here are links to all Ontario regulatory bodies websites.
- The Office of the Fairness Commissioner (OFC) (en français) is an independent agency of the government of Ontario. OFC’s goal is to ensure that people are treated fairly when they apply to become licensed professionals in one of Ontario’s regulated professions, no matter where they were trained. Click on the link below and choose a profession to view Fair Registration Practices Reports and/or Audit Reports specific to that profession.
- Citizenship and Immigration Canada provides information, path-finding and referral services on foreign credential recognition to help internationally trained workers succeed and put their skills to work in Canada more quickly. Find out how to get your credentials assessed to work in Canada. (en français)
- HealthForceOntario’s website lists information links about practice requirements for all health professions in Ontario.
In the design of this course we hoped to achieve the following objectives:
- Understand the role healthcare regulators play in the assessment and admission of internationally- educated applicants
- Understand the various steps typically taken in evaluating an applicant’s readiness-to-practice in a given field
- Appreciate the overall rigour of the assessment and admissions process undertaken by regulatory bodies with respect to ensuring competent practice and public safety
You’ve completed the course!
We hope that you found it helpful and thought-provoking.
The Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto is conducting an exit survey for this course to better understand how participants are benefitting from the Workplace Integration Network (WIN) program. Your participation in the survey is important and will help us identify areas where the WIN program is helping people the most and any areas that can be improved.
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