I am pleased to announce that I have joined the prestigious Ashton College to teach Immigration Consulting courses. The classes I will teach help students to get an accredited diploma in immigration consulting. The graduates of the Immigration Consultant Diploma (IMCD) may eventually become Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC) if they meet certain criteria and pass the ICCRC exam.
Teaching at the college will help me to share my experience and knowledge with my students. I will be able to help them get a better understanding of real situations they may face as future immigration consultants. I also expect to be a better RCIC from now on. Teaching keeps my knowledge up-to-date. I take this as an incredible opportunity. Since I teach online my students may attend from anywhere in this world. This is fantastic news for someone who loves diversity.
I assume my years of working as an author, instructor, and immigration consultant helped me land the job. Moving forward, my role will be to assist the students to become hard-working, ethical RCICs.
Al Parsai, MA, DTM, RCIC
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