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Association of International Physicians, Canadian Information Centre for International Medical and Surgeons of Ontario Graduates. For an Information Web Site Hosting and Management Project. $66,000

Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists. For Situational Analysis and Recommendations for Internationally Educated Medical Radiation, to understand better the barriers faced by the technicians as they go through the Canadian assessment and certification process, and to recommend ways to ensure an efficient and fair national assessment and certification process for work in Canada. $129,675.

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists for the Integration of Internationally Educated Occupational Therapists. The goal of this project is to gain a comprehensive picture of issues that foster or prevent the integration of internationally educated occupational therapists into the Canadian occupational therapy workforce. $369,104

Canadian Coalition of Community-Based Employability Training. For Research on the needs of sector councils and immigrants with respect to the recognition and utilization of skills and work experience in non-regulated occupations; Development and coordination of a dialogue between immigrant-serving employment agencies and sector councils held in September 2005, in Ottawa; and the initiation of partnership activities between immigrant-serving employment agencies and sector councils. $255,110

Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists. To develop additional interactive multimedia content for the Society's National Certification Examination in order to evaluate the clinical competencies of candidates taking the examination and make the examination available in English and French. $129,209

Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science. For a comprehensive review designed to modify and improve the National Prior Learning Assessment process. $104,50

Office for Partnerships for Advanced Skills. For the Learning Advanced Essential Skills project, to develop learning resources for two advanced-level essential skills including generic learning material for the three partnering sectors: biotechnology, culture and environment. $463,323

Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council. For Employer Challenge. Project will create opportunities to recognize employer innovation which will encourage employers to make their case for being recognized as "top employers" of immigrants. $147,235 819-994-2482
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