IEOTs, Financial aid, Language, and Immigration

IEOTs in Canada

Clinical setting videos - videos to provide insight into a few clinical settings where OTs in Canada work

Self-assessment Readiness Tool for Internationally Educated Occupational Therapists (SART®)

Substantial Equivalency Assessment System (SEAS)

Understanding the Canadian Health Care System course (Health Force Ontario)

Health Force Ontario Access Centre for Internationally Educated Health Professionals

Orientation to Canadian Health Care System, Culture, and Context for internationally educated health professionals (University of Toronto)

Financial Resources

  • Windmill Microlending - this loan program is available across Canada including the Greater Toronto Area.
  • Access Community Access Fund - a loan program available to eligible applicants living in the Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton, Ontario.
  • The Yukon IEHP Bursary is available to IEHPs who have lived in Yukon for a minimum of three months. The fund covers up to 66% of eligible expenses per year such as competency assessment fees, registration fees for bridging programs, attendance at one language proficiency test, etc. 
  • On February 22, 2012, HRSDC (now ESDC) officially launched the Foreign Credential Recognition Loans Pilot to help internationally trained individuals cover the cost of licensing exams, training, skills upgrading and other costs encountered during the foreign credential recognition process.  To search available resources, click here.


Writing Resources