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  • Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education
  • Recognition of Prior Learning/Labour Mobility Unit
  • Provincial Government
  • The Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education is responsible for international qualification recognition initiatives in the province, through the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)/ Labour Mobility Unit and the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration . These two sections coordinate work on the Pan Canadian Framework for the Assessment and Recognition of Foreign Qualifications, with the goal of ensuring the province has a fair and competitive labour market environment where immigrants have the opportunity to use their education, skills, and work experience for their benefit and for Nova Scotia’s collective prosperity.

    The RPL/Labour Mobility Unit works to ensure the province has the workforce it needs to compete in a global economyby supporting best practices in regulated occupations and removing barriers to labour mobility for workers in regulated occupations. The Fair Registration Practices Office found within the unit works to ensure the province has fair, transparent and accountable processes in place to facilitate a better understanding of registration practices.

    The Office of Immigration works with the federal government to promote immigration to Nova Scotia. Through the provincial nominee program, immigrants are selected based on the real needs of Nova Scotia and help encourage people from around the world to settle in the province.

  • http://www.gov.ns.ca/lae/
  • 2021 Brunswick St.
  • Halifax
  • Nova Scotia
  • tracyaz@gov.ns.ca
  • Labour Mobility Coordinator
  • As Labour Mobility Coordinator, I provide support to international qualification recognition initiatives here in Nova Scotia and at a national level through involvement with the Foriegn Qualifications Recognition Working Group.