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Internationally Educated Health Professionals

Explore the following free resources to help ease your transition into your new community and your new job!


Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Competency Tools

Interprofessional Collaborative Practice competency tools include learning modules aimed at assisting Internationally Educated Health Professionals (IEHPs) to learn about interprofessional collaboration (IPC) in Canada and acquire skills to practice it. Interprofessional collaboration is important for Canadian-educated health professionals as well and it is part of their studies and the entry-to-practice competencies.

Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) involves “working together with one or more members of the health team who each make a unique contribution to achieving a common goal, enhancing the benefit of patients. It is a process for communication and decision making that enables the separate and shared knowledge and skills of different care providers to synergistically influence the care provided through changed attitudes and behaviors, all the while emphasizing patient-centred goals and values.” (Health Canada 2010)


Communication and Cultural Competence Orientation Program

The Communication and Cultural Competence orientation program provides physicians with comprehensive information about Canadian medical practice, and in particular the communication skills and cultural competencies required for patient-centered care.  The free, online self-education program provided by the Medical Council of Canada is based on case studies that give examples of everyday medical practice in Canada, covering topics such as geriatrics, mental health, cross-cultural communication, intraprofessional teamwork, indigenous health, etc.

Settlement Resources and Services


English Language Training

Southeast Regional College offers free English as an Additional Language classes in Weyburn, Estevan, Moosomin, Assiniboia, Ogema, and Oxbow.  Click here to view details and register.

LINC Home Study is a free English language training program for eligible newcomers to Canada who cannot attend regular classes. The LINC curriculum allows students to learn about Canada and the Canadian way of life while learning English. Students study online or by correspondence and work one-on-one with a TESL certified teacher each week.  LINC Home Study is funded by Citizenship & Immigration Canada and delivered by the Centre for Education & Training through LEAD (Language Education at a Distance).

English Pronunciation Improvement Course (EPIC) - Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration is offering a free online English Pronunciation Improvement Course (EPIC) for immigrants at a Canadian language Benchmark level 8 or higher. For more information or to register, visit provides thousands of pages of free information and resources for both teachers and students. All materials are organized by skill and level for quick and easy access. For more information, visit