Hey, i'm Aymen a tunisian citizen residing in tunisia i'm 27 years old and i just came to conclusions that my choices in life were wrong and i failed many times (well as they say you should fail 1000 times to get a success) anyways i always been attracted by handworks i go around the house helping my dad or mom fixing things but i did carrer choices that were based on emotions whether is happy or sad so i had a very bad carrer as an accountant which i'm now and recently i knew what i'm destined to be a plumber or electrician or somthing in that domain.. anyways i recently heard about the apprenticeship programs i want to know if me as immigrant i can attend to this kind of programs? And if yes what are the procedures?
Thank you so much
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Thank you for your question. To be eligible for an apprenticeship in Alberta, you must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person (e.g., a refugee) or possess a Post-Graduation Work Permit, having graduated from an eligible Canadian institution. You can find out more from the Alberta provincial website on how to Begin an Apprenticeship.
For more of an overview, you can also read more about Work Permits for Canada and Visas for Canada.
Hopefully some local expats will reply with their immigration experiences.
Wishing you the best in your journey,