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UK pod looking for work in Canada.

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Mhairi Curle, Apr 28, 2015.

  1. Mhairi Curle

    Mhairi Curle Member


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    Hi i am currently in the process getting my visa for Canada and i am just wondering if anyone could help me out with a few things.

    How do you get your qulifications changed over?
    Where can i work as a Podiatrist?
    Is there much work available?

    Any info would be great.

    Thanks Mhairi Curle
     
  2. simonf

    simonf Active Member

    you need to contact the regulator for podiatry in the province you are heading to - each province has its own regulator.

    you wont be able to practice in BC or alberta.

    Any job you do appply for will have to have been vetted by Human Resource Canada, to make sure no canadient citizen wants or can do it.
     
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