CITREC during the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) last year promoting Canadian education among Pacific Leaders conference. (L-R) Ashwant Dwivedi CEO CITREC, Wendy Swedlove President CTHRC, Foreign Minister Hon. Peter Agovaka and Carol Lumb Director, STEC.
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRAINING & EDUCATION CORP. (CITREC) is a leader in providing Canadian standard education and training beyond borders in collaboration with our partner institutions. CITREC specializes in bringing Canadian institutions and certification programs to the world and making Canadian education more accessible globally. CITREC introduces and promotes knowledge solutions aimed at preparing youth to become leaders and succeed in the global workforce. CITREC is committed to quality, not quantity.
CITREC partners include the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST) which is Saskatchewan’s primary public institution for skills training and technical education, recognized nationally and internationally. CITREC endeavors to provide the best education options and life-enriching experiences to students worldwide. The programs offered by CITREC are recognized in Canada and the qualifications are the same as those obtained by Canadian students.
CITREC has also partnered with the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada which is a self-regulating, professional association of 75,000 students and Certified General Accountants — CGAs. Under this agreement, students who reside in Mauritius will complete Foundation Studies (Levels 1 – 3) through the recently launched SIAST Business Administration Diploma Program in Mauritius, and will be able to enter the CGA program at Level 4 – Advanced Studies.
Our partnership with the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) and the Saskatchewan Tourism Human Resource Council brings Canadian tourism certification to foreign countries in a classroom setting. STEC as CITREC’s partner leads the certification process working with foreign institutes and the professional tourism industry.
Many countries and thousands of regional and municipal organizations have implemented development programs aimed at courting foreign businesses, creating local jobs, and increasing foreign direct investment. It is essential to establish a unique strategy in this competitive space. Most programs address basic elements, such as economic foundation issues and offer major incentives to foreign firms including tax breaks, cash incentives and other benefits.
CITREC, with its educational and certification partners, is committed to providing education, training and certification to foreign students.
The certificates and Diploma received for any programs we offer internationally will be equivalent to that offered in Canada. At the conclusion of two-year diploma program students will have the option to completing their degree program through partner universities in Canada. We are also developing training programs that will be introduced to foreign countries and partner institutes based on Canada’s skill demand.