Skills Exam Preparatory Course
Exam: November 4, 2018
filling up quickly!
The ICCRC has recently performed an overview of their Full
Skills Exam. It is now called the RCIC Entry-to-Practice Exam (RCIC EPE).
The 3-hour, 140 multiple choice question exam will be based on knowledge,
application of knowledge, and critical thinking skills. The 140 questions
will be based on 70 independent questions and 70 scenario-based
As such, we’re revamping our own 100 questions to reflect
these changes, and we're adding nuggets of knowledge and information to our
already jam-packed 35-40-hour preparatory course. Be part of the journey
with CAPIC, as you get ready to write your RCIC entry-to-practice
CAPIC is once again pleased to bring the Full Skills Exam prep
course to graduating students from ICCRC-approved practitioner courses.
This intensive 5-day, 35 to 40-hour course is intended to be a review of
relevant legislation and programs, and will end with a 3-hour mock exam.
Students will learn and review exam writing tips and should complete the
course having been updated on relevant immigration material required for
the Full Skills exam.
Sessions will include interactive, lecture style presentations,
and example questions. There will be ample time for discussion and
Aspiring RCICs must have graduated within the last 3 years
from an approved ICCRC college and be at least 18 years of age to attend
the Full Skills prep course. Attendees must be a Canadian citizen,
Permanent Resident, or Registered (Status) Indian within the meaning of the
Indian Act (Canada). The course will be taught in English so it is expected
you will understand and participate accordingly.
Topics to be Covered
- Hierarchy of Law and Courts Regarding
Constitution and Canadian Charter
- Immigration Refugee Protection Act and
- Applicable Operation Manuals and Bulletins
- Temporary – TRV, Super Visa, Visitors,
- Workers R 186, R 203, R 204, R205 Caregivers,
IEC, Open Work Permits
- Permanent Residents – FSW, CEC, FST, Plus
Express Entry, Caregivers, TRP Class
- Business Class – Self-employed, Start-Up Visa
- Family Class – Sponsor, Applicant, and
- Admissibility: Remedies – TRP, ARC,
Rehabilitation, Deemed Rehab
- Refugees – Various Divisions and Roles, Rules
of Jurisdiction, Time Frames
- Eligibility, 96 + 9, 108, Safe 3rd Country
- Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds
- Residency Obligations and PR Cards
- ICCRC Code of Professional Conduct with Review
on Key Sections – Retainer, Client Account, Ethics, Agents
- 100 Question Mock Exam + Review
"The notes and presentation materials helped me to
answer many questions. The teachers are immigration practitioners in the
field, so their knowledge is current and practical. I strongly recommend my
classmates who are preparing for the ICCRC exam to take this course"
"CAPIC’s Full Skills Exam preparatory course course was very
well-prepared, with great new study materials delivered through the
convenience of the internet by excellent, experienced immigration law
professionals" - Khalid