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Immigration Practitioner Celebration Event

  • Immigration Practitioner Celebration Event

The following blog was written by Christine Burke, Business Development Officer at the School of Global Access.

On April 19th, 2018 the Immigration Practitioner Certificate Program hosted the Celebration of Achievement and program completion of the two 2017 classes.

In attendance were the graduating classes, their families and friends, alumni and current students, Immigration Practitioner instructors past and present, Bow Valley College executive represented by David Harvey, Dean of Continuing Learning and Karen Jenkins, Business Lead of Directions for Immigrants.

The Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) were also in attendance to present the CAPIC $500 scholarship of Academic Excellence awarded to the student with the highest overall grades. A big congratulations to Xiaohong Zuo who won the award. Xiaohong said a few words about her experience in the program and her future as a practitioner. 

Dory Jade, the President and CEO of CAPIC presented the award after flying in from Toronto and Vancouver especially to attend our annual event. Such a privilege for us to have the national and local chapters present, and we thank them for their continued support of the Bow Valley College program.

Peter Veress, program instructor and Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) addressed the graduate students who are moving on to write the designation Full Skills Exam and their future journey as Immigration Practitioners. As is customary a few tears were shed in relief and joy by students and family members excited to embark on a new adventure.

The School of Global Access and School of Continuing Learning wish all of our Immigration Practitioner graduates great success. 

Learn more about the Immigration Practitioner Certificate or contact Christine Burke.

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