The government of Canada offers the Canada Job Grant to help employers train new or existing employees for the jobs that need to be filled in the country.

 

“Having the right skills helps employees excel and succeed in today’s face-paced labour market” – Government of Canada

 

Energy efficiency is a growing workforce in Canada, with more and more focus being put on the efficiency and sustainability of company and building operations. As the number of jobs increase and technology evolves, it’s important for Canadians to be well-versed in the latest strategies and techniques in energy efficiency and sustainability. CIET training is intended to bring value to organisations, employers and trainees, providing a wide range of benefits to those companies who support their employees in completing certification programs. The Canada Job Grant is available for CIET training in all provinces and territories (incentives may vary by province).

 

How To Use The Canada Job Grant

1.  Find the course you want to take (or would like to suggest to your team).

2.  Contact your local Canada Job Grant office (see list below by province)

3.  Confirm the amount you’re eligible for.

4.  Enjoy your training!

 

Canada Job Grant by Province

Click on your province to view full details about the Canada Job Grant, or visit CIET’s Incentive page to learn about the Canada Job Grant by province and to view other incentives.

 

Province Grant Amount *Additional Information

Alberta

 $10,000 – $15,000

Eligible employers are required to contribute a minimum of one-third of the total training costs for existing employees. Government contributes two-thirds of the cost to a maximum of $10,000 per trainee per fiscal year. If hiring and training an unemployed Albertan, up to 100% of training costs could be covered, up to $15,000 per trainee

 

British Columbia

$5,000 – $10,000

The maximum an employer can receive per fiscal year (April 1st – March 31st) is $300,000 in total government funding. There are three streams under which employers can apply, based on skills training needs. Click for details.

 

Manitoba

 $10,000 – $15,000

Eligible employers may apply for up to $10,000 for each individual worker to assist with training costs. Employers that receive funding under the Canada-Manitoba Job Grant must contribute a minimum of one-third of the eligible training costs. With the maximum government contribution of $10,000, this means that up to $15,000 is available, per person, for eligible training costs.

 

Newfoundland and Labrador

 $10,000 – $15,000  The Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Job Grant (CNLJG) provides funding to eligible businesses and organizations to help offset the cost of training for their existing and future employees. The program provides up to a maximum of $10,000 per year towards training an existing employee and up to a maximum of $15,000 for training an unemployed participant.

The employer contributes at least one-third to the cost of training, with the exception of an unemployed participant. The employer must have a job for all participants at the end of training.

 

New Brunswick

 $10,000

The program provides up to $15,000 per person for training costs, such as tuition and training materials, which includes up to $10,000 in federal contributions.

 

Northwest Territories

 $10,000

Employers can receive up to two‐thirds of the cost of training to a
maximum government contribution of up to $10,000 per grant;
employers must contribute the remaining one‐third.

 

Nova Scotia

 $10,000

Non-repayable grant contributions of 66% of training costs (ie. course, exams, textbooks, software resources, etc.) up to a max limit of $10k per trainee.

 

Nunavut

 $10,000

 The maximum government contribution to the grant is $10,000 per trainee.

 

Ontario

 $10,000

Employers can get up to $10,000 in government support per person for training costs. Employers with 100 or more employees need to contribute 1/2 of the training costs. Small employers with less than 100 employees need to contribute 1/6 of training costs.

 

Prince Edward Island

 $10,000

Non-repayable grant contributions of 66% of training costs (ie. course, exams, textbooks, software resources, etc.) up to a max limit of $10k per trainee.

 

Saskatchewan

 $10,000

Employers can make multiple grant applications to a maximum of $100,000 per fiscal year, and up to $10,000 per individual trainee.

 

Yukon

 $10,000 The government-funded Canada-Yukon Job Grant portion for each training participant will be the lesser of: two-thirds of the actual costs of the training, or $10,000. The employer contribution will be a minimum of one-third of the actual costs of training.

 

 

Learn more about Incentives for CIET courses.

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