The Office of the Fairness Commissioner (OFC) does not have a mandate to help internationally trained individuals get their professional licences, and it does not assess credentials.
It works with regulated professions and compulsory trades in Ontario to make sure they have fair registration (licensing/certification) practices.
But you may find the following four websites helpful:
|All applicants are entitled to:||By law, all regulatory bodies must:|
|Information||provide clear information about registration requirements, processes, timelines and fees|
|Timely decisions, responses and reasons||make registration decisions, and provide written reasons for those decisions, within a reasonable time|
|Internal review or appeal||offer an internal review or appeal, including an opportunity for applicants to submit arguments and supporting documents|
|Information on appeal rights||inform applicants of any rights they have to request a further review or appeal of the registration decision|
|Fair assessment of qualifications||conduct assessments in a way that is transparent, objective, impartial and fair, and take reasonable measures to ensure that any external assessors follow these principles ensure adequate training of all individuals who assess qualifications or make registration decisions|
|Access to records||grant applicants – upon written request - access to records related to their application, with certain legal limitations|