FOR STUDENTS NEEDING INTERNSHIP AND NEW COMERS TO CANADA LOOKING FOR JOBS
Recently we have received a number of requests from students and new comers for help in getting internship and jobs. Students and new comers are advised to look at following site and register with them. This site includes partnership with all the leading Canadians banks and focuses on giving paid internship to students and foreign trained new comers to Canada.
About Career Edge
Career Edge Organization is a Canadian self-sustaining not-for-profit organization that connects new graduates – including those with disabilities – and internationally qualified professionals with multi-sector employers through paid internships, to launch careers in Canada. In operation since 1996, they were the first online job board in Canada.
Start applying to Career Edge’s paid internship opportunities
Career Edge uses an online video interview platform that allows you to showcase your personality and potential to multi-sector employers offering paid internship opportunities.
During the registration process, you will be invited to complete your profile by recording video responses to three basic interview questions, in order to gain access to our internship posting board. Don’t worry, this video interview isn’t replacing a traditional in-person interview; it just lets us and our partnering employers get to know you beyond your resume.
The process is simple: you will be asked pre-recorded questions, given prep time, plus a set amount of time to respond. It should only take 10-15 minutes to complete the process and can be done on your own time. The system also allows for unlimited practice interviews, so be sure to take advantage of this before you begin the actual interview!
HOW IT WORKS
- Register and upload your resume.
- Record your responses to a few short interview questions using our online video platform.
- Consult with a Recruiter at Career Edge while we review and process your application.
- Apply to positions that interest you on our internship posting board.
Who can apply
- If you have recently (within 3 years) graduated from an accredited college or university
- If you have little or no career-related work experience
- If you can legally be able to work in Canada
- If you have not previously accepted a Career Edge paid internship.
Register as an Internationally Qualified Professional
- If you have been in Canada for less than 3 years
- If you have the equivalent of a Canadian bachelor’s degree and have completed an education credential assessment;
- If you have at least 3 years of international work experience in your chosen field
- If you have little or no career-related Canadian work experience
- If you are legally able to work in Canada.
Register as a Canadian Armed Forces Reservist
- If you have been an active Primary Reservist in good standing
- If you are between 19 and 30 years of age
- If you have a minimum of a high school diploma
- If you have not previously accepted a paid internship through Career Edge.
Start applying to Career Edge’s paid internship opportunities!!!
Source: All the above information is on the basis of information provided by Career Edge
What are the different levels of SAP certification for FICO and the S4 HANA in simple finance?
As you know S/4 HANA is the business application, which is replacing ECC. At this time S/4 HANA 1610 is available in the market.
As mentioned by the previous author, there are generally 2 levels of certifications: Associate and Professional.
At this time, S/4 HANA Finance has following certifications:
- Associate Level
Certification Code: C_TS4FI_1511
SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP S/4HANA for Financial Accounting Associates (SAP S/4HANA 1511)
- Professional Level
SAP Certified Application Professional - Financials in SAP S/4HANA for SAP ERP Finance Experts
Career Colleges Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy
As you may know, Premier Kathleen Wynne announced in March 2015 An Action Plan: It’s Never Okay #WhoWillYouHelp, to stop sexual violence and harassment in Ontario’s communities, workplaces and campuses.
In October 2015, the Minister Responsible for Women's Issues unveiled Bill 132, which delivers on many of the promises Premiere Wynne made in March. The bill strengthens sexual violence and harassment laws, and protects survivors and those raising sexual violence and harassment complaints.
Career Colleges Ontario (CCO) is supporting this initiative and has been working closely with the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development to help career colleges and their students create a work and educational environment free from sexual violence or sexual harassment.
To that end, CCO has developed the Career College Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy Template. This template is to serve as a sexual violence and sexual harassment policy guideline for career colleges, and may be adopted as is or incorporated into existing career college sexual violence and sexual harassment policies.
On May 13, 2016, the Superintendent of Private Career Colleges distributed a memorandum to all registered career colleges in Ontario regarding the newly passed Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act.
In this update, the Superintendent announced that, as a result of the passing of Bill 132, amendments to Ontario Regulation 415/06 of the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005, have now been approved and will come into force January 1, 2017.
Career Colleges Ontario is currently reviewing its Sexual Violence and Harassment Policy Template to accommodate the changes made to Regulation 415/06.
CCO continues to play an active role in the effort to end sexual violence and harassment in Ontario and is currently a key member of the SVHAP Reporting Advisory Committee.
- Superintendent's memorandum - May 2016
- Bill 132
- Revised Ontario Regulation 415/06
- Fact Sheet #12: Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan
- SVHAP frequently asked questions and answers
- SVHAP Webinar: "When and How to Investigate"