COVID-19 update: This program will now begin on May 19 and will be delivered online, if necessary.
Humber offers a 15-week bridging program for internationally educated civil, mechanical and electrical engineers and architecture professionals with training in the latest technology and software skills in demand by Ontario employers.
- Hands-on learning with the latest Engineering Software in the industry.
- Employment Advisors dedicated to helping you build your professional network.
- 45 hours of Project Management education recognized by the Project Management Institute for the purpose of PMP Certification.
- Courses instructed by industry professionals.
- Connections with hiring employers.
- Are residents of Ontario.
- Are Permanent Residents, Refugee Claimants, Convention Refugees or Canadian Citizens
- Do not have work experience in Canada at a level commensurate with their international education/experience
- Have educational qualifications outside of Canada with a minimum of a university degree/diploma in Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Architecture, or related
- Have previous work experience outside of Canada in the Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or Architectural field
- Do not have their highest level of education from a Canadian educational institution
- Have a current Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment score at a minimum Level 7/8 (Consider OSLT if you do not meet this requirement)
- Possess very good computer skills in MS Office
Graduates of the Engineering bridging program have secured jobs as Electrical Designers, Project Managers, Architectural Technologists, Estimators, Construction Coordinators, and such, upon completion of the program.
Internationally trained professionals with financial need, who apply for this program may qualify for a one-time bursary to cover the cost of tuition, books and equipment costs. See the description of the “Ontario Bridging Participant Assistance Program” in our post on this website on Training programs in various occupations.