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ICTC Webinar: Human Resources Trends in IT Occupations


The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is undertaking a comprehensive update of its Outlook on Human Resources in the ICT Labour Market (2008–15). Picking up where the groundbreaking first edition left off, the new report will cover the 2011–16 period, providing an up-to-date forecast of labour market conditions in the dynamic ICT sector.


As someone who is knowledgeable about human resource trends affecting IT occupations, and for whom such trends are important, ICTC would greatly appreciate your valuable input.  Your insights will guide the development of the Outlook.  Specific discussion topics include:


  • Labour market conditions
  • Outsourcing, off shoring trends
  • Technology trends
  • Recruitment and Retention rates
  • Diversity Trends
  • Human Resource Challenges


We hope that you will be able to attend this 30 minute webinar. Participation is limited, so please register early. The following dates and times are available:



  • Wednesday,  February 2nd 2011, 2 pm est. To register click here:



  • Tuesday,  February 8th 2011, 2 pm est. To register click here:



  • WednesdayFebruary 9th 2011: 10 am est. To register click here:



  • Thursday,  February 10th 2011, 4 pm est. To register click here:



On the day of your webinar, please call:  1-800-747-5150, and enter access code: 6520456 (then press #).


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Sonya Tomas from Prism Economics and Analysis at 1-800-959-3142 or   Prism worked with ICTC to create the previous Outlook report, which is available for viewing at the following link:



About ICTC


The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC), strives to create a prepared, diverse and highly educated Canadian ICT industry and workforce. ICTC is a catalyst for change, pushing for innovations that will provide standards, labour market intelligence, career pathways and immigration for the Canadian ICT industry, educators and governments. We forge partnerships that will help develop the quantity and quality of ICT professionals needed to maintain and improve Canada’s position as a leader in the global marketplace. ICTC is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Sector Council Program.


More information on the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) can be found on our website:  

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