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  • Bridging ProgramSales & MarketingConnections

    Connecting International Talent with Canada's Sales and Marketing Sector

Program Details

Sales and Marketing Connections is a specialized five-week program designed to help internationally-trained sales and marketing professionals move towards employment in their field. This program is delivered by ACCES Employment in partnership with the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning.

Program Components:

  • Orientation to the sales and marketing sector in Canada
  • Digital media and marketing skills development
  • Fundamentals of project management
  • Effective job search strategies: market research techniques, resume development, interviews, networking and targeting your job search
  • Sector-specific workplace skills on channel management, professional selling, marketing and E-commerce delivered by Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
  • Business communication skills for the Canadian workplace
  • Ongoing coaching and support to further enhance your communication skills once you are in the workplace
  • Connections with employers in the sales and marketing sector

Locations:

  • ACCES Mississauga: 151 City Centre Drive
  • ACCES Scarborough: 2100 Ellesmere Road, Suite 250

Hours:

  • Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Admission Requirements

This program is open to internationally trained professionals who:

 Have a minimum 3 years of work experience in the sales and marketing field outside of Canada.

 Are permanent residents; Convention refugees or have refugee claimant status with a work permit valid for a minimum of one year.

 Have a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark Level 8.

 Have a post secondary education in marketing, commerce, or business (or equivalent) obtained outside of Canada.

 Have a keen interest and strong commitment to building a career in sales and marketing in Canada.

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Phone:  905.361.2522 x 3348

Email: Robert Tortian, Project Manager

In Partnership with ACCES Employment

Funded by Government of Ontario and Government of Canada