Long description for Evaluation of the Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Program (ISAP)

Text describing – Comparison of ratings of CIC settlement programs

Comparison of ratings of CIC settlement programs
SPO Managers CIC Officers
ISAP B (n=11) 4.5 (n=33) 4.2
WCI (n=13) 4.9 (n=36) 4.6
Host (n=14) 4.6 (n=45) 4.7
ISAP A (n=13) 4.9 (n=65) 5.0

[End of text version – Back to comparison of ratings of CIC settlement programs]

Text describing – Use of ISAP after arrival in Canada

Use of ISAP after arrival in Canada
Use of ISAP after arrival in Canada
Less than a year 66.1%
1 year 14.6%
2 years 7.2%
3 years 4.9%
4 years 3.8%
5 years 0.9%
6 years 1.3%
7 years 0.0%
8 years 0.7%
9 years 0.4%

Source: Client survey (n=583)

[End of text version – Back to use of ISAP after arrival in Canada]

Text describing – The view of SPOs on the supply and demand for ISAP services

The view of SPOs on the supply and demand for ISAP services
Demands exceeds supply 47%
Supply and demand are balanced 28%
Don’t know/not sure 17%
Supply exceeds demand 4%
Other 4%

Source: Survey of SPO Representatives (n=138)

[End of text version – Back to the view of SPOs on the supply and demand for ISAP services]

Text describing – Clients and SPOs perceptions of ISAP impact on settlement needs

Clients and SPOs perceptions of ISAP impact on settlement needs
    No impact Minor Impact Major Impact
Better understand settlement
needs and options available
to address those needs
Clients n=507 3% 21% 69%
SPOs n=141     99%
Set goals and priorities Clients n=476 7% 33% 54%
SPOs n=136 2% 13% 79%
Meet your basic dailly needs
related to settlement in Canada
Clients n=458 15% 23% 58%
SPOs n=149 1% 10% 86%
Use translation/interpretation
services to meet your settlement needs
Clients n=358 23% 17% 52%
SPOs n=140 2% 13% 81%
Learn about other
organizations/services/resources
in the community that can assist
with specific challenges
Clients n=431 10% 26% 56%
SPOs n=135 1% 8% 89%
Deal with immediate stress
and issues related to moving
to a new country
Clients n=408 15% 27% 50%
SPOs n=138 0% 12% 86%

Source: Surveys – Clients and SPO Representatives

[End of text version – Back to clients and SPOs perceptions of ISAP impact on settlement needs]

Text describing – Clients and SPO perceptions of ISAP impact on employment

Clients and SPO perceptions of ISAP impact on employment
    No impact Minor impact Major impact
Search for a job Clients (n=431) 9% 25% 62%
SPOs (n=135) 3% 19% 75%
Find a job Clients (n=379) 18% 32% 43%
SPOs (n=136) 3% 32% 60%

Source: Surveys

[End of text version – Back to clients and SPO perceptions of ISAP impact on employment]

Text describing – Perceptions of impact on community participation

Perceptions of impact on community participation
    No impact Minor impact Major impact
Participate in the broader community Clients 16% 25% 47%
SPOs 1% 18% 75%

[End of text version – Back to perceptions of impact on community participation]

Text describing – Comparison of number of ISAP A SPOs in SAP and iCAMS

Comparison of number of ISAP A SPOs in SAP and iCAMS
    ISAP-Ontario ISAP-Prairies ISAP-Atlantic
2004-2005 SAP 86 28 11
iCAMS 88 27 8
2005-2006 SAP 84 28 11
iCAMS 82 26 8
2006-2007 SAP 98 32 14
iCAMS 81 27 8
2007-2008 SAP 136 42 10
iCAMS 91 30 8

[End of text version – Back to comparison of number of ISAP A SPOs in SAP and iCAMS]

Date Modified: