Employment Support

New to Canada and looking for work?

The Employment Access Program (EAP) can help you.

Canadian workplace culture and the job search process can be very different from other countries. Understanding the job market and learning new strategies for securing employment in Canada will better prepare newcomers with finding jobs.

EAP Peel Region

We offer newcomers an orientation about the Canadian job market, job search preparation, and information sessions and strategies on finding employment.

Services include:

COVID-19 Services




Workshops on job searching, labour market information, and Canadian workplace culture.

Resume, cover letter and interview preparation.

Career-related information sessions and opportunities for networking with employers.

Individual career coaching and assistance to develop a personalized employment plan.

Referrals and information on how to practice your profession or trade in Canada.

For more information contact us:  

Brampton: 905-457-7740

EAP Toronto Region

Enhanced Language Training (ELT) for Healthcare Professionals  

The ELT program supports newcomers with backgrounds in the healthcare sector with sector-specific language training, Canadian workplace culture and volunteer work placements to support their transition to the labour market. Eligibility criteria apply. 

For more information contact us:

Telephone: 416-757-7010


Language Training for Newcomers

The Language Training for Childminding and Food Handling provides newcomers with the skills and knowledge to enter the labour market in those areas. This program, delivered in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of East Scarborough, supports participants with language instruction, skills development and work experience placements to become employment-ready in the Food Handling or Childminding sector. Eligibility criteria apply.

For more information contact us:  

Telephone: 416-757-7010


Connecting Newcomers with Jobs in Ontario’s Supply Chain Workforce

This is online program supports unemployed and under-employed newcomers with skills development training courses and job search support to meet demands for targeted occupations in the Supply Chain sector.

The program is delivered in partnership with ABMP at York University.

For more information, contact us:  

Toronto: 416-289-6766