- The Canada Job Grant is a skill and trade training program established by the Government of Canada.
- It enables individuals to receive up to C$15,000 in training services, funded by the federal government and the individual's employer.
- The program is expected to fund training for 130,000 individuals annually.
- For employees of private and not-for-profit companies of all sizes.
- NOT for emplyees of a federal, provincial or municipal government and/or agency.
- Trainee must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or subject to the Protected Persons Entitled to Work in Canada.
- Federal government covers 50 - 100% of the training costs.
- Applications must be submitted by employers on behalf of individuals being sponsored, or by self-employed individuals.
- May be classroom based, at workplace or remotely (on-line).
What to do?
Step 1: Find out if you are eligible by Province or Territory:
Alberta - Canada-Alberta Job Grant (CAJG)
British Columbia - Canada-B.C. Job Grant (CJG)
Manitoba - Canada-Manitoba Job Grant
New Brunswick - Canada-New Brunswick Job Grant (CNBJG)
Newfoundland and Labrador - Canada-NL Job Grant
Nova Scotia - Canada-Nova Scotia Job Grant (WIPSI - Workplace Innovation and Productivity Skills Incentive)
Northwest Territories - Canada‐Northwest Territories Job Grant
Nunavut - Canada-Nunavut Job Grant (CNJG)
Ontario - Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG)
Prince Edward Island - Canada-PEI Job Grant
Quebec (does not participate in federal CJG program)
Saskatchewan - Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant
Yukon - Canada-Yukon Job Grant (CYJG)
Step 2: Identify your training needs
- Fill out the Contact Form or send us an E-mail and let us know:
- which one of our courses interest you,
- how many people within your organization would like to participate,
- where are you located (grant requirements vary by province),
- what is the time frame for having the course delivered;
- As an authorized third-party training provider we will prepare:
- the training proposal
- official quotation
- any other required documents
Step 3: Application process
- Each Province and Territory has its own process, so you’ll want to enquire where you live.
- Approved funding is granted on a first-come, first-served or merits basis and each year’s funding coincides with the government’s fiscal year of April 1 to March 31.
- The approval process generally takes between 30 and 60 days.
Step 4: The training
- After the application is approved, the training takes place.
- No need to worry about this part, we will take care of it :)
Step 5: Reimbursment
- NobleProg will issue:
- certificates of course completion for each participant
- evaluation forms / training raport
- prove of the payment
- Following the proof that the training was completed reimbursements for the funding is sent.