Canada-BC Jobs Plan Initiative Training Opportunities

The Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC is in full support of the Canada-BC Jobs Grant program.

As a result of the Canada-BC Job Grant program Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC members can qualify for a 2/3 reimbursement* of the cost of all training, up to a maximum of $10,000 per grant per year.

Notice for Canada-BC-Job-Grant users

Effective April 1st 2017, applications will have to be submitted through a new system which requires a BCeID account. If you do not have a BCeID, they advise to apply as early as possible to avoid delays in the application process. For more info: https://www.workbc.ca/Employer-Resources/Canada-BC-Job-Grant/What-is-the-Canada-B-C-Job-Grant.aspx

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

The Canada Job Grant office is now accepting applications for the general manufacturing, agrifoods and small business (<50 employees) groups. This is for courses/training that starts between Jan 1st, 2018 and March 31st, 2018. The training must be shorter than 52 weeks long.

Who can Apply?

  1. Priority Sectors
    The CJG is open to applications from employers or organizations working in eligible priority sectors, including most BC Jobs Plan priority sectors, identified as critical to B.C.’s labour market and economic development. For details on eligible priority sectors, please visit the Priority Sectors page.
  2. Underrepresented Groups in the Workforce
    The CJG is open to applications from employers or organizations wishing to provide skills training and jobs to individuals in one of the eligible underrepresented groups. For details on eligible underrepresented groups, please visit the Underrepresented Groups in the Workforce page.
  3. Unemployed Stream
    The CJG is open to applications from employers or organizations wishing to hire unemployed British Columbians to obtain skills training resulting in permanent employment at the end of the training.. For details on eligible underrepresented groups, please visit the Unemployed Stream page.
  4. Refugee Fund
    The CJG is open to applications from industry/sector associations, employer associations, and union and non-profit organizations working with refugees, who are working with employers to help refugees gain skills and employment in B.C. Employers must contribute one-third of the cost of job-specific skills training and have a job at the end of the training for the participant. For details, visit the Refugee Fund Page.

Please refer to CJG criteria to fully understand the eligibility requirements of the program before you apply.

How do I apply to the Canada-BC Job Grant?

We are here to help! You can call us directly at 604.795.9595 to speak with Jennifer Proby. She is available to answer any questions you may have on completing your application. Give us a call before you apply or to fully understand eligibility requirements and the application process.

Use the Canada-BC Jobs Grant for courses offered by the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC

Download our Course Catalogue below or visit our Training section.

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Course Catalogue

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