Internationally Educated Dental Professionals (IEDPs)
Internationally Educated Dental Professionals (IEDPs) regardless of their education, licensure or experience, must obtain a license to practice their profession in Canada. Each province or territory has its own licensing organization that sets the requirements and regulates the practice of the dental profession and specialties within the jurisdiction.
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- Employment Counselling
- Communication for Healthcare Professionals
- Job Search Workshops onsite and online
- Professional Mentors
- Work Placements in related occupations
- Practice Interviews
- Career Pathway Loan Fund
- IELTS Preparation
Internationally Educated Dental Professionals (IEDPs) Bridging Program
As an Internationally Educated Dentist (IED), you will have an opportunity to participate in formal study groups with fellow immigrant dentists and the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia-IEDP Bridging Program Coordinator. Attending the study groups will allow you to share knowledge, experience, resources and will encourage learning while utilizing expertise from colleagues in the group. On-site books, materials and electronic resources are used to facilitate these sessions.
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