Scholarship for current staff of CIC/IRCC.


Program name: Limited time, introductory scholarship: CAD $1000 

  • Total Program Fee: $5733, after scholarship CAD $4733  
  • (Limit: two applicants per session)
  • Eligibility: Applicant must be a current staff of IRCC/CBSA/IRB.
  • Education: Minimum Canadian SSD certificate or equivalent.
  • Offer effective date: September 30, 2017 and ending December 15, 2017.
  • Session: Any session during 2018. (Spring, Fall, Winter)
  • Format: In-person from Vaughan Campus or Distance Education, Online.


How does 
LAPEC’s online program delivery work?

What are the minimum attendance requirements?

  • -In-Class 75%
  • -Online: 20% Live Academic Learning


How are the exams conducted?

  • Online


Value: Canadian diploma.

Please use 
this link for a request to send complete syllabus and learning objectives, subject wise.

Faculty (Educators):

  • Primary: Ms. Phyllis Ram Kumar (Former CIC Officer) Substantive and Procedural IRPA/IRPA
  • The Hon. Justice Rick Libman (Ontario Court of Justice, Chair of the Courts Rule Committee) B.A, LL.B, LL.M, Ph.D. (Canadian Criminal Law and the Justice System)
  • Mr. M. Watto B.A, LLB (Substantive Law general, immigration law, and Canadian Civil Procedures/Litigation)


How to apply: Applicants are required to use the following button to apply online.





Information required to be submitted with the application:

  • Proof of education: Copy of SSD or equivalent certificate.
  • Copy of any Government-issued photo ID.
  • Proof of legal status in Canada (Copy of passport bio page only, PR card).


For distance education and staff working overseas for the department as a foreign national, proof of Canadian legal status is not required.

Proof of being current staff member of IRCC (Letter from the program manager or HR indicating an active staff member status)

If you have more questions, who to contact:
Program Administrator: Kristen Domingos 
or Dean’s office. (+1-905-499-3631 , EXT 103 and 101) email 

Diploma in Citizenship and Immigration Case Processing and Enforcement Services

This is not a Government/Agency sponsored program.

Introductory Fee for the Public Officer(s)

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Backgrounder:


Studying the specific law develops one’s understanding of the levers of power in the system in a way that is even more effective than the basic training provided for a departmental position. This is because the law is directly concerned with power and reaches into every part of your job and decision-making process. For that very reason studying the fundamentals of theory and practicality of law is extraordinarily important to a decision-making officer at any level within the department.

The department offers a basic training to handle files, mostly based on procedures and manuals and ministerial instructions, all of which are subject to change from time to time. On the other hand, examining any Immigration file and rendering a decision is considered a federal or provincial decision made by the Government agent who could be challenged in the tribunal or court of law having federal or provincial jurisdiction.

To face the challenge in an appeal, one needs more than a basic knowledge concerning respect for the law, the authoritative force, examination and enforcement procedure, and how it is applied and processed through the Canadian justice system.

Studying law in greater depth offers a wonderful intellectual challenge and is also an investment, in that it develops the ability to argue from a basis of evidence in a way which can be very hard for non-lawyers to counter.

Studying this program covering Immigration law specific to related interceptive legislations and the Canadian Justice system will equip you with intellectual skills which will give you a decisive advantage in the profession you choose.

LAPE College is the only Private Career College offering this comprehensive diploma program at this time. Regardless of where you are in the world, you may attend this program in a live interactive online format just like you were sitting in the classroom. 

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