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Why Tamwood Presentation (all divisions)
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  1. DO MORE. LEARN MORE. BE MORE! Tamsin Plaxton. Co-Founder and President
  2. Get into a Great University Get a Great Job Have an Amazing Life Experience
  3. Happiness
  4. Effect is Transforming Lives
  5. Tamwood’s Four Divisions English training for adults in Vancouver, Whistler and Toronto Career College in Vancouver offering vocational programs in business, tourism and Hospitality Provider of Work Programs in Canada Language, Sports and Adventure Camps for juniors in Canada and the USA
  6. University Admission Volunteering English Training at a camp or school University Preparation
  7. Better Career Work Experience English Training Vocational Training
  8. Amazing Life Experience Work Experience English / Vocational Training Volunteering
  9. Innovation of the Year 2010 Work Experience Provider 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 AWARDS AND ACCREDITATIONS
  10. Tamwood College Downtown Vancouver School Great Location in the best area of Vancouver! Vancouver School
  11. Adult Programs in Vancouver
  12. Tamwood College Whistler School Great Location in the Whistler Village Square! Whistler School
  13. •Whistler is a short 2 hour drive North of Vancouver. •Surrounded by mountains, lakes rivers and forests •great shopping, restaurants, festivals and all the amenities of a world class resort. •The Outdoor and Adventure Sports capital of Canada Where is Whistler?
  14. Adult Programs in Whistler
  15. Adult Programs in Whistler
  16. Tamwood Toronto School Located at the corner of Yonge and Eglinton Streets Toronto School
  17. Toronto, Canada’s biggest and most cosmopolitan city Adult Programs in Toronto
  18.  Making students “Work Ready”  Coop Programs with work practicum component  Students can Work 20 hours/week from their first day of classes Vocational Training with Work Opportunities
  19. Did you know? In 2012, 60,000 new international students started post secondary studies in Canada in 2012
  20. Did you know? It is expected that a significant number of the international students who started their university studies in Canada 2012 will not finish because they will either drop out or fail.
  21. Reasons for this high drop out/ failure rate among international students…
  22. Culture Shock and Homesickness
  23. Can’t Handle the Freedom of being away from home
  24. There was a program students could take before staring university that would prepare them for these kinds of challenges, such that the only challenge they faced at university was the subject matter itself Imagine If…
  25. It already exists You Don’t have to Imagine It…
  26. Tamwood’s Academic Pathway Program Prepares students to not only be accepted to a university or college but to also be successful once there.
  27. Study Skills
  28. Group Work
  29. Research Skills
  30. Essay Writing Skills
  31. Note Taking Skills
  32. Managing Exam Stress
  33. Time Management Skills
  34. Campus Life and Culture Shock
  35. The Critical Skills for Success
  36. Academic Pathway Program EAP 1 12 weeks EAP 2 12 weeks University / College
  37. Great Nationality Mix
  38. Experienced and Highly Skilled Instructors Angela Belcham, PhD Linguistics, APP Manager
  39. Great Pathway Partners
  40. Paid Work • Working Holiday • Camp Canada • Tamwood Careers Internship • Internship • Tamwood Careers Volunteering • Animals • Environment • People
  41. Do your Clients Need a Work Permit to Intern / Work / Volunteer in Canada? BASIC RULE: Anyone who wants to “Work” in Canada must first obtain a “Work Permit” “Work” is an activity for which wages are earned or that competes directly with activities of Canadians in the Canadian labour market.
  42. Test: Will they get paid or will they be doing something that a Canadian should really have an opportunity to do?  Examples of “Work” include : “Unpaid employment done for the purpose of obtaining work experience such as an internship or practicum normally done by a student”  Examples of “non-work activity:  unpaid volunteer work that is part-time and “incidental to the main reason the person is in Canada” – eg. Being a Big Brother, sitting on the board of a charity institution, volunteering at a fund raising event…  Volunteering for the National Parks – not taking away an opportunity from a Canadian
  43. Canada’s Work Permit Options
  44. Four Work Rights Options 1. IEC Initiative – people ages 18-30/35 can get a permit to work in Canada on a work and travel program, as an intern or trainee or as a volunteer (certain countries only). 2. Coop Education Programs - exemption code C30 – allows anyone, any age to get a work permit to work as part of their course of study in Canada. 3. Volunteer Work for a Registered Charity – exemption code C50 4. Permission to Work given in Study Permit– student must be studying in an academic, vocational or professional training program for more than 6 months at a designated institution
  45. Option 1: International Experience Canada “IEC” Initiative The following countries have an IEC Agreement with Canada: Australia Austria* Belgium Costa Rica Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland* France Germany Greece Hong Kong Italy Japan Korea Latvia Lithuania Mexico New Zealand Netherlands Norway Poland Switzerland* Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Taiwan Ukraine UK Ireland *Agreement allows for work permits for Internships only. Applicant must have a internship offer in writing before applying for their work permit.
  46. Option 2: Coop Education Programs (exemption code C30) 1. Student must apply for BOTH a Study Permit and a Work Permit 2. The work term must be a necessary part of a course at a designated academic, professional or vocational school in Canada 3. The work term cannot make up more than 50% of total program duration 4. Work practicum may be paid or unpaid. 5. Program must be offered by a School and teaching must be done in the school (homework and distance education assignments do NOT count towards study requirements). 6. Open to any person of any age from any country . No Quota!!!
  47. Option 3: Charity Work (exemption code C50)  Work Permit application must include letter of volunteer job offer from Canadian registered Charity.  A non-profit is not necessarily a “charitable organization”. Charitable organization has a mandate to relieve poverty, or benefit the community, educational, or religious institutions.
  48. Option 4 – Right to work part time while studying  Must study 6 months or more  May work 20 hours a week while studying and full time on scheduled breaks  Cannot work if studying English or French
  49. Meet Sofia
  50. She is 30 and is currently and studying at university in international trade. 1. Does Sofia Need a Work Permit? And IF YES… 2. Under What Option can she get a work Permit if she is from Mexico? What she wants to do VOLUNTEER in an Animal Rescue Centre
  51. 1. Does Sofia Need a Work Permit? IF YES… 2. Under What Option can she get a work Permit? What she wants to do VOLUNTEER in an Animal Rescue Centre Yes, C50 Do PAID WORK in a resort
  52. 1. Does Sofia Need a Work Permit? IF YES… 2. Under What Option can she get a work Permit? What she wants to do VOLUNTEER in an Animal Rescue Centre Yes, C50, IEC or C30 Do PAID WORK in a resort Yes, IEC or C30 if the work is part of an academic or vocational program (coop) Do unpaid INTERNSHIP in an import company for 12 weeks
  53. What she wants to do / VOLUNTEER in an Animal Rescue Centre Yes, C50, IEC or C30 Do PAID WORK in a resort Yes, IEC or C30 Do unpaid INTERNSHIP in an import company for 12 weeks Yes, IEC or C30 While studying, VOLUNTEER for one weekend at the Ride to Conquer Cancer
  54. What she wants to do / Her Nationality VOLUNTEER in an Animal Rescue Centre Yes, C50, IEC or C30 Do PAID WORK in a resort Yes, IEC or C30 if the work is part of an academic or vocational program (coop) Do unpaid INTERNSHIP in an import company for 12 weeks Yes, IEC or C30 While studying, VOLUNTEER for one weekend at the Ride to Conquer Cancer No Work Permit Required Work part time while doing a business certificate program at a college
  55. What she wants to do / Her Nationality VOLUNTEER in an Animal Rescue Centre Yes, C50, IEC or C30 Do PAID WORK in a resort Yes, IEC or C30 if the work is part of an academic or vocational program (coop) Do unpaid INTERNSHIP in an import company for 12 weeks Yes, IEC or C30 While studying, VOLUNTEER for one weekend at the Ride to Conquer Cancer No Work Permit Required Work part time while doing a 12 months business certificate program at a college NO work permit required – study permit will state that she has the right to work part time while studying
  56. Did you Know  "voluntourism" was mentioned as one of the three top trends in volunteering as part of the United Nations State of the World's Volunteerism Report.
  57. Did you Know  Parks Canada manages 36 National Parks, several of which have been designated “World Heritage Sites” and BC Parks has 202 parks just in the southern coastal area of BC and only one conservation officer.
  58. Did you Know  Both Parks Canada and BC Parks have lost millions of dollars of funding for their conservation projects in the last two years and more cuts are expected.  This is having a huge impact on the ability of Park’s staff to care for the parks and protect the parks and animals who live there.
  59. Imagine if You could bring international volunteers to Canada and set them up to work with BC Parks and Parks Canada helping with conservation projects? We have done just that!
  60. Canadian Volunteer Program Parks in: Banff, Lake Louise, Rocky Mountain House and Whistler. NEW: Winter Project in Lake Louise for Dec. to April
  61. Canadian Volunteer Program ALL 2014 VOLUNTEER PROJECTS:  Animal Rescue Centres in BC and Ontario (C50)  National and Provincial Park Conservation (Tourist)  Community Service Projects and charitable summer camps (C50)
  62. “Tamwood Careers” paid service jobs while studying and paid coop terms “Canadian Working Holiday Program” or “CWHP” – work and travel on working holiday visa “Camp Canada Work Program “- paid work in summer camps Paid Work Opportunities
  63. Paid Work Programs: Working Holiday Program ~ Camp Work Program ~ Tamwood Careers Work Opportunities: hotels ~ ski operations ~ tourist attractions ~ retail ~ restaurants ~ cafes… JOB PLACEMENT OPTIONS: Full Service: We arrange their job! Summer or Winter Placements Basic Service: Participants arrange his/her own job with help from us including:  HOT JOBS LIST  Resume writing workshop  Interview skills workshop  Dedicated adviser
  64. Paid Work Opportunities
  65. Internship Program - Available Fields: Internships are offered in a variety of professional fields, such as business, finance, marketing, finance, engineering, design, etc. Internship Program (Professional Unpaid Work)
  66. How do you decide what to do next?
  67. Start with Knowing The Customer
  68. Start with Knowing The Customer
  69. The Child as Client- Needs & Wants
  70.  Make friends  Have Fun  “Cool” factor  Get ahead  Make their Parents Proud The Child as Client- Needs & Wants What do the Kids Want? What is Important to them?
  71. Parents’ as Clients – Their Needs & Wants
  72. Parents’ as Clients – Their Needs
  73. Parents’ as Clients – Their Needs
  74. Parents’ as Clients – Their Wants
  75. Parents’ as Clients – Their Wants
  76. Parents’ as Clients – Their Wants
  77. Meeting and Balancing all their Needs
  78. Newest Camp Programs & Locations Safety Quality Education Prestige Fun /Social “Cool” factor
  79. Newest Camp Programs & Locations
  80. University of Toronto Camp for ages 7-17 •CN Tower •Niagara Falls •Blue Jay Baseball Game •Ontario Science Center •Toronto Premium Outlet •Royal Ontario Museum •Playdium •Canada Wonderland •Casa Loma •Toronto Island •Centerville Amusement Park •Square One Shopping Mall •Young Street & Eaton Center •NHL Hall of Fame Excursions
  81. Newest Camp Programs & Locations Nike Sports Camp option in Boston – learning opportunity, enhance personal brand, get ahead opportunity, fun, bragging rights, reward/gift…
  82. Family Camp in Whistler Newest Camp Programs & Locations
  83. Whistler Family Camp Zip lining Golf Whistler Bike Park White Water Rafting Aerial Adventure Course Tree Trek Eco Tour Horseback Riding Bungee Jumping ATV and 4x4 Adventures Summer Skiing & Boarding Jet Boating First Nations Cultural Centre Whistler Museum Canoe, Kayak & SUP Fishing Cross country and Road Biking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola Hiking Sea to Sky Train Bike Rentals Lakes & Beaches Bear Viewing The Valley Trail Camping Mountain Top BBQ Recreational Biking Floatplane Tours Things to do in Whistler in the Summer: Helicopter Tours Fishing Skateboard and BMX Park Events Dining Shopping Family Activities Spas Nightclubs Patios, Bars and Pubs Olympic Venue Tours Whistler Olympic Plaza Whistler Tasting Tours Art Galleries
  84. Tamwood offers 5 summer camps and one winter camp Tamwood Vancouver at Simon Fraser University Tamwood at San Jose State University Tamwood Whistler at Tamwood Residence Tamwood Los Angeles at UCLA Tamwood Boston at Curry College Tamwood Toronto at U of T TAMWOOD CAMPS LOCATIONS for 2014
  85. Our Mission – the “WHY” “We believe that when done right, study abroad and work abroad are transformative life changing experiences that offer people the opportunity to develop their talents, achieve their goals and realize their potential
  86. Our Vision Statement “To be the industry leader in excellence and service” AND “To constantly refine existing programs and create new programs that reflect the globalization of the international education community”
  87. Our Values  CARING about our clients, communities, and environment  Fanatical about Excellence  Making it Fun  Infused with a Fire  Integrity
  88. HOW TO LEARN MORE: > CONTACT US! HOME@TAMWOOD.COM > VISIT OUR WEB SITES: WWW.TAMWOOD.COM WWW.GOINTERNATIONAL.CA Tamsin Plaxton, Co-Founder and President

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