may be available to you if you are currently receiving EI
benefits or if you are unemployed and have received regular
benefits in the last three years. Retraining options may
include skill training, literacy training or upgrading to
Grade 12 and are based on individual needs. We have developed a
comprehensive Education Directory
of diploma programs and certificate education divided into the
eight main career fields to assist you with your research in
Job Creation Partnerships
projects provide eligible participants with opportunities
to maintain or enhance job skills. At the end of their
participation, clients will have recent work experience to add
to their resumes and this, together with the networking which
participants are able to do while on a project, increases their
chances of successfully finding long-term employment.
Targeted Wage Subsidy
is a wage subsidy program designed to assist unemployed
Employment Insurance eligible individuals experiencing
difficulty in finding work to benefit from on-the-job work
experience; and to enable employers to hire individuals who
face barriers to employment, that they would not otherwise
hire, by offering temporary wage subsidies.
How do I apply?/How do I become a sponsor?
Eligible individuals can apply to participate in Targeted Wage
Subsidies through their
local Human Resource Centre of Canada. Individuals may also complete the
(EMP5335) prior to visiting the local office.
Employers must submit an application to their
Human Resource Centre of Canada. Employers may also complete the
prior to visiting the local office.