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Immigrant Services Society of BC (ISSof BC) Cam Prof worked with ISSof BC and North Pacific Training and Performance Inc to deliver IMPACT (Immigrant Pathways to Alternative Careers in Technology), a project to help immigrants find alternative careers in the technology sectors, and to help employers assess immigrants for jobs in biotechnology, IT and engineering.
Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC, now Colleges and Institutes Canada) Cam Prof assessed the feasibility of using High Definition virtual reality and other technologies for pre-arrival assessment and interview of immigrants for ACCC’s Canadian Immigrant Integration Program (CIIP).
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Over the next decade, Nigel teams up with John, an experienced IT and HR professional, and a network of associates, to deliver a wide range of projects in the UK and Europe, and establishes Cam Prof as a leading consultancy in skills development, professional and vocational training, and competency standards.
Cam Prof delivers its first projects in Canada, working with the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) and the Council of Ministers of Education (CMEC) in foreign credential recognition.
Cross-cultural and diversity expert Eva joins Cam Prof as a Director.
In 2011, Cam Prof Inc is incorporated in Nova Scotia.
Within three years, Cam Prof successfully completes assignments for a wide range of clients in different sectors, including the Association of Community Colleges of Canada (now Colleges and Institutes Canada) and the British Columbia Trucking Association, and further projects for both CTHRC and CMEC.
OBN aims to: Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) Cam Prof developed a competency framework for diversity and inclusion to assist TRIEC in helping employers make the most of the skills and talents of the Greater Toronto Area’s culturally diverse workforce.
Cam Prof also developed a blueprint for measuring inclusion, and evaluation tools to measure the impact of TRIEC services.