Supply Chain Bridging Program for Newcomers to Canada - Humber College

Event Details:

Date: July 18, 2017

Time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Location: Humber College North Campus

Who should attend:

Network leaders, Partners, General public

Who might be interested in this event?

Professions: Business, Engineering, Multi-profession, Other

Organized by:

Free Information Session - Supply Chain Bridging Program (Humber College)

Humber College is pleased to announce the launch of the Supply Chain Awareness and Employment Bridging Program for Internationally-trained professionals. While the program begins in August 2017, information sessions are now underway, and applications for the program are currently being accepted. 

This unique 8-week Supply Chain Bridging Program is designed specifically for internationally trained professionals with education and experience in supply chain management, business, logistics or purchasing.

Participants will acquire and develop industry-specific technical skills, as well as an understanding of the terminology used in the sector in Canada, and the interpersonal skills being sought after by employers in this field.

Most importantly, every student will have access to an employment advisor as well as a job developer to ensure that they build connections with hiring employers and are positioned to secure employment in the supply chain sector upon graduation.

Graduates have secured jobs as Supply Chain Managers, Operations Managers, Logisitics Coordinators, Procurement Specialists, Inventory Planners, Inventory Managers and Supply Chain Analysts.  

Our next information session is on July 18th at the Humber College North Campus

Learn more about the program and register for this free information session using the link below:

http://newtocanada.humber.ca/bridging-programs/scape.html

Registration Deadline:

July 17, 2017

Contact details for the event:

Karen Mcgregor - Program Coordinator Email: karen.mcgregor@humber.ca Phone: 416-675-6622 ext 4831

Website:

http://newtocanada.humber.ca/bridging-programs/scape.html