He also spoke about strengthening the apprenticeship system, better integrating labour market needs into post-secondary education and further improving foreign credential recognition.
What does FCR stand for?
FCR stands for Foreign Credential Recognition (Canada)
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We have 198 other meanings of FCR in our Acronym Attic
- Flat-Coated Retriever (dog breed)
- Flexible Congestion Relief
- Flexor Carpi Radialis
- Flight Control Room (NASA)
- Flow Change Request (LFAP - Message)
- Fludarabine, Cyclophosphamide and Rituximab (chemotherapy regimen)
- Fog City Rollers (roller derby league; New Brunswick, Canada)
- Food Convertion Rate
- Football Club de Rouen (French: Football Club of Rouen; Rouen, France)
- Football Club Riomois (French football club)
- Forest City Ratner Companies
- Formal Career Review (UK Army)
- Formula Cost Reduction
- Formulary Coverage Review (health insurance)
- Forum contre le Racisme (French: Forum against Racism; Switzerland)
- Forum for Child Rights (India)
- Forwarder's Certificate of Receipt
- Forwarders Cargo Receipt
- Forwarding Agents Certificate
- Fractional Channel Reservation
Samples in periodicals archive:
She highlights Canadian labour markets and lack of foreign credential recognition as subjugating tools and products of immigration policies based on ideologies of British and western European racial superiority.
Funded by Canada's Foreign Credential Recognition Program, the Best Employers for New Canadians competition honors companies who exhibit specific initiatives assisting recent immigrants, such as training programs, strategies to reduce employment barriers, and internal mentoring, among others.
Both chapters in the third section discuss labour market outcomes of continental Africans in relation to the systemic challenges associated with foreign credential recognition in Canada.
Our government is working with provinces and territories to improve foreign credential recognition so that new Canadians can put their skills to work sooner.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada presented the first International Qualifications Network (IQN) Awards today to 14 Canadian innovators of foreign credential recognition programs and projects.
Geoscientists Canada is receiving $782,000 in funding through the Foreign Credential Recognition Program for its project entitled Admissions Tools.
Under the Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Loans Pilot, Supporting Employment and Economic Development (SEED) Winnipeg is receiving over $1.