Evaluation of the Canadian Experience Class: Appendix B
Appendix B: Logic Model for the Canadian Experience Class
Appendix B illustrates the logic model for the Canadian Experience Class Program at Citizenship and Immigration Canada, which serves as a visual representation of the activities, outputs, and intended outcomes of the Program.
The logic model is divided into two major components, related to the following: program management and program delivery.
The two components of the Canadian Experience Class Program relate to two groups of activities.
Activity 1: The program management component of the logic model relates to the following program activities:
- Policy and program development, which includes:
- Conducting research and policy analysis;
- Developing processes and procedures; and
- Creating and updating manuals;
- Outreach and promotion to stakeholders in Canada and abroad; and
- Monitoring and taking corrective actions as needed.
Activity 2: The program delivery component of the logic model relates to the following program activities:
- Assessing eligibility and processing of Canadian Experience Class applications, which includes:
- Application intake and completeness checks;
- Communication with applicants;
- Initial assessments;
- Selection decisions; and
- Admissibility checks.
These two main program activities are expected to directly lead to two sets of program outputs.
Output 1: The program management component of the logic model relates to the following program outputs:
- New regulations, new policies, new procedures and guidelines, manuals and guides, operational bulletins, media lines, quality assurance, web revisions, and training; and
- Promotional materials, program kits, websites, media lines, and quality assurance.
Output 2: The program delivery component of the logic model relates to the following program output:
- Decisions on applications, which includes:
- Applicants accepted or refused; or
- Refusal letters or permanent resident documents issued.
These program activities, and their subsequent program outputs, are expected to lead to a number of immediate and intermediate outcomes.
Program activity 1 and Output 1, under the program management component, lead to the following immediate outcomes:
- Stakeholders and prospective immigrants are informed about the Canadian Experience Class Program;
- Qualified International Graduates and skilled Temporary Foreign Workers apply for permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class Program; and
- Program management effectively supports program delivery.
Program activity 2 and Output 2, under the program delivery component, lead to the following immediate outcomes:
- Processing is streamlined and timely; and
- Canada has an increased supply of skilled workers with Canadian education and/or work experience, and official language proficiency.
Together, these two immediate outcomes lead to two intermediate outcomes:
- Canadian Experience Class permanent residents remain in Canada and are economically established; and
- Canadian Experience Class permanent residents integrate into the labour market quickly and at a level commensurate with their skills.
Ultimate / Strategic Outcomes
Together, these immediate and intermediate program outcomes lead to the following ultimate program outcome:
- Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy.
This ultimate program outcome is the same as the overall Departmental strategic outcome for temporary and permanent economic immigration programming.
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