Hard Core Consultant



What is a Hard Core Consultant and why do they not show up at RCIC events?

I consider myself a hard core consultant and I try to associate myself with them, A hard core consultant according to my Definition has all the following credentials:

Someone who has NO agents but owns at least 5 manned offices in both in Canada and overseas (putting their own money in manned offices both in Canada and overseas allows for a absolute understanding of Government procedures, raw Competition data including those of Fakes, involved in training of local staff because each region staff training has to be handled differently, deadlines because when money is invested, returns has to be obtained within a reasonable period of time, etc. People who run operations through agents may lack such extensive skillsets)

The following reasonings may justify why this point is important:

Someone who has NO Franchisees or financial partners (there is no real investment and therefore no hardcore participation in the process. No access to Fake consultants and their operations because staff is not the RCIC’s and there is no training offered on intelligence collection methods)

The following reasoning may justify why this point is important:

Someone who has at least 50 employees to whom he/she is responsible for paying wages. (When you have so many staff, you pay wages and you need to be focused on the results of each position. Moving from liability to asset is a step by step process)

Someone who represents at least 300 clients at any given time Mass operations allow the RCIC exposure to multitasking at a much higher level. Unlike Boutique Operations where an average of 4 to 8 clients are signed up per month, Mass representations need a much higher level of customer confidence.

RCIC who collects fees in Canadian $ ONLY and deposits the amount into a Canadian Financial Institution. Fee collection and financial institutions handling fees must be through a Canadian Financial Institution in Canadian Funds. The money trail is important and to have means to easily audit a money trail for any situation is important. If an RCIC is a Canadian Resident and if he transacts in foreign currency, I always view such action suspiciously because it does not make sense.

Someone who recruits at least 100 students a year to Canada from overseas. (I consider this a new business opportunity for RCIC’s. Overseas you are competing against international agents who are so aggressive and therefore RCIC’s find it difficult to outsmart them. RCIC’s who are successful in Student Recruitment in addition to mass representation is someone who should be considered efficient and they can contribute towards informing junior RCIC’s on strategies to approach both education and immigration options.

Someone with at least 8 years’ experience in the industry. The longer you are in the industry, the stronger the foundation you create, those who have weathered it out and stick around demonstrates a level of stakeholding.

If someone meets all the above criteria then I consider them hardcore and if they are selected to be part of a consultation group for ICCRC, the profession is going to see a lot of results. ICCRC must also be open to races. To my knowledge, all ‘Hard Core” consultants are Immigrants or coloured people and they are not found anywhere close to ICCRC. Is ICCRC having a race problem?

Experience, when linked to Representation rates, will demonstrate if the RCIC is a full-time or a part-timer, or if the RCIC is a successful Consultant or a failure. Currently, people stand for elections towards the ICCRC board claiming to have several years of experience but fail to disclose Representation rates. Representation rates confirm a lot but is a hidden and undisclosed figure for most RCIC’s who stand for elections to the Board. One would have to assume that members sitting in the board are failure candidates who failed in the profession. It is possibly the reason why no action is being taken against Fake Consultants or ICCRC does not have an action plan against Fake Consultants because the people elected to the Board lacks the experience or the knowledge.