New Tuition Fees for All e-Academy Programs

CSIC e-Academy has revised the date of the restructuring of tuition fees for all programs to November 18th 2019.

  • The regular program will increase from $770 to $890 plus tax per course
  • The accelerated program (6 months in duration) will increase from $810 to $870 plus tax per course
  • The intensive program (4 months in duration) will remain at $870 plus tax per course

The fee increase will not apply to current e-Academy students, as long they continue with the program.

Start your e-Academy studies before the tuition increase becomes effective on November 18th. Our flexible online learning environment, faculty expertise and extensive knowledge are just a few reasons to choose e-Academy. Join our career-focused program now and we will set you on the right path to become an immigration consultant.

With e-Academy’s Intensive Program you can finish your studies in as soon as 4 months. You can also complete your studies in 6 months by joining our Accelerated Program. Contact us now to enrol!



Important changes are coming - join the immigration consulting profession now

Do you still want to become an immigration consultant? Join CSIC e-Academy NOW before changes to the educational requirements take place.

The current immigration practitioner programs accredited by the ICCRC are going to be replaced by a new, 16.5 month (66 weeks) post-graduate diploma program.

From August 1st, 2020 anyone wishing to complete the ICCRC’s educational requirement to become an RCIC will have to enrol in the new 16.5 month post-graduate diploma program. Only those students who joined one of the current immigration practitioner programs like the one offered by CSIC e-Academy are exempt from this requirement, and these students will be allowed to complete their studies and still take the ICCRC’s entry-to-practice exam.

CSIC e-Academy offers a state-of-the-art online learning environment where students can learn from the comfort of their home or office and with e-Academy’s Intensive Program you can finish your studies in as little as 4 months. You can also complete your studies in 6 months by joining our Accelerated Program.

Do not delay, contact us now to enrol!

ICCRC’s press release about the new post-graduate diploma.



Attention - International Student Advisors working in the Education Sector

Become eligible to write the ICCRC’s RISIA entry-to-practice exam (RISIA EPE) to become a Regulated International Student Immigration Advisor (RISIA) in as little as four (4) months through CSIC e-Academy!

The ICCRC accepts CSIC e-Academy’s Immigration Practitioner Program as the prerequisite education qualification to write their RISIA entry-to-practice exam (RISIA EPE) to become a RISIA.

With e-Academy’s Intensive Program you can finish your studies in as little as 4 months. You can also complete your studies in 6 months by joining our Accelerated Program.

Also, as a graduate of the e-Academy’s Immigration Practitioner Program, you will have the option of applying to become a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) should your career path change.

CSIC e-Academy has weekly course start dates so don’t delay, kick start your career today.

Contact us now to enrol!

Positions

CSIC e-Academy is looking for: 

 

 
Ex-immigration/Visa officers, Ex-CBSA officers and Ex-IRB members/officers with experience and training in:
  • Enforcement/Removals
  • Hearings/Refugee tribunals
  • Port of Entry processing
  • Inland processing
  • Overseas processing
To develop and instruct a College level diploma program of studies for aspiring; Immigration officers/CBSA officers/IRB members/Officers
 
Please reply in confidence with a copy of your resume outlining your experience and formal training with the Government of Canada to: Mr. John P Ryan CEO, Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants.
 
Email: jryan@csic-scci.ca  
 

Appel de candidatures au poste de chargé de cours en ligne (français)

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Voici l’occasion idéale de mettre votre expertise au service des intérêts de votre profession et de représenter votre profession!

À titre de chargé de cours, vous aurez la possibilité d’enseigner entièrement en ligne et de faire partie d’une collectivité d’apprentissage dynamique. C’est votre chance de redonner à la profession, d’agir comme mentor auprès de consultants en devenir et de renouveler votre propre passion pour l’immigration grâce à une interaction intéressante avec les étudiants. Les candidats retenus travailleront au sein d’une rotation de chargés de cours disponibles.

Le programme

Chaque cours dure de quatre ou cinq semaines (selon le sujet) et comprend un contenu pédagogique, des lectures obligatoires, des médias interactifs, des questionnaires et activités automatisés, des forums de discussion asynchrones et des devoirs à remettre.

Le programme a été conçu pour tenir compte des besoins des étudiants qui ont des responsabilités à temps plein; les leçons et activités sont donc pratiques et économiques.

Chacun des chargés de cours disposera d’un plan de cours ainsi que d’un guide de rubriques de notation.

Les chargés du cours seront responsables à réviser et développer le contenu existant en anglais pour la formation en français.

Heures requises

Le programme est entièrement en ligne et les chargés de cours ne sont pas tenus d’être présents « en personne » ou en temps réel.

Les chargés de cours doivent :

  • participer à l’orientation des chargés de cours en ligne ou par téléphone;
  • répondre aux courriels des étudiants dans les 24 heures suivant leur réception (ou transférer les courriels à l’administration, le cas échéant);
  • surveiller les forums de discussion pour s’assurer que les étudiants y participent convenablement et abordent les sujets appropriés;
  • noter les examens, noter les articles affichés dans les forums de discussion, ainsi que les courts devoirs écrits (en donnant une rétroaction brève mais constructive);
  • fournir aux étudiants des renseignements opportuns et se rapportant au cours enseigné (p. ex., modifications des politiques, événements mondiaux qui ont une incidence sur l’immigration);
  • collaborer avec l’administration pour traiter des questions concernant les étudiants et des questions qui sont propres au cours.
Qualités requises

Les candidats aux postes de chargés de cours doivent posséder :

  • la volonté de travailler les heures requises (décrites ci-dessus);
  • une connaissance pratique du courrier électronique, de MS Word et de la navigation en ligne de base;
  • de solides aptitudes à la communication en français et en anglais;
  • une connaissance approfondie du droit canadien de l’immigration, du Code d’éthique professionnelle du CRCIC, de la LIPR, du RIPR, des guides opérationnels de IRCC et des autres lois ou documents pertinents;
  • au moins cinq années d’expérience comme consultant canadien agréé en immigration, avec une spécialisation dans un des domaines suivants :
    • immigration temporaire
    • immigration familiale
    • appels, admissibilité, audiences et détention
    • réfugiés
    • immigration économique
    • développement/gestion d’une entreprise de consultation en immigration
    • obligations de résidence et la citoyenneté
  • L’expérience en enseignement est un atout.

Pour poser votre candidature, vous devez présenter un curriculum vitae ainsi qu’une lettre d’accompagnement décrivant en détail votre domaine de spécialisation et vos titres et qualités à :

hraj@csic-scci.ca

*Nous vous prions de ne pas téléphoner. Nous communiquerons uniquement avec les personnes retenues pour une entrevue.


Call for Online Course Instructors (French)

This is your opportunity to lend your expertise, and to represent your profession!

As a course instructor, you will have the opportunity to teach entirely online, and to become a part of a thriving learning community. This is your chance to give back to the profession, to be a mentor to emerging consultants, and to renew your own passion for immigration through engaging interaction with students.

Those selected to be instructors will function within a rotating pool of available instructors.

The Program

Each course runs for 4 or 5 weeks (depending on the topic), and is composed of instructional content, assigned readings, interactive media, automated quizzes and activities, asynchronous discussion forums and submitted assignments.

This program was designed to accommodate students who have full-time responsibilities, so the lessons and activities are practical and economical.

A course syllabus and grading rubrics will be made available to assist each course instructor.

Instructors will be required to revise and develop the existing English content for the French program.

Time Commitment

This is a wholly online program, and there are no “in person” or real-time commitments for instructors.

Instructors are required to:

  • participate in instructor orientation online and/or by phone
  • respond to student emails within 24 hours of receipt (or direct the emails to Administration, as appropriate)
  • monitor discussion forums to ensure students are appropriately engaged and on topic
  • grade exams, grade discussion forum entries, and short, written assignments (providing brief but constructive feedback)
  • provide information to students that is timely and relative to the course being taught (e.g. changes to policy, world events that impact immigration)
  • work with Administration to address student and course-specific issues
Qualifications

Instructor candidates must have:

  • A willingness to commit to the time required (as described above).
  • A working knowledge of email, MS Word, basic online navigation.
  • Strong communication skills in both English and French.
  • Comprehensive and thorough knowledge of Canadian Immigration Law, the ICCRC Code of Professional Ethics, IRPA, IRPR, the IRCC Operational Manuals and any other relevant legislation and/or documentation.
  • A minimum of five years of experience as an Immigration Consultant with a specialization in one of the following areas:
    • Temporary Immigration
    • Family Immigration
    • Appeals, Admissibility, Hearings and Detentions
    • Refugees
    • Economic Immigration
    • Immigration Consulting Business Development/Management
    • Residency Obligations and Citizenship
  • Teaching experience is an asset.

To apply, you must submit a resume and a covering letter detailing your area of specialization and qualifications to:

hraj@csic-scci.ca

*No phone calls please. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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