Parkland College has role in The Canada Job Grant program

This past August, the governments of Canada and Saskatchewan announced the Canada-Saskatchewan Job Fund Agreement as a way to invest in initiatives responding to labour market needs. The Canada Job Grant is an employer-driven approach to help workers get the skills and training they need to fill available jobs. It provides employers with up to $10,000 for training costs for an individual worker, including tuition and training materials.

Under the terms of this agreement, Parkland College is an approved third-party training agency.

“Many of our existing training meets eligibility criteria,” said Michael Cameron, Parkland College’s Director of Training & Business Development. “We are locally accessible, minimizing travel costs. And we can assist with developing individual or group training plans.”

Parkland College is committed to its clients and can assist in completing the application process, and can deliver customized training to meet businesses’ needs, even on-site.

Examples of the College’s many training options include the PRIME Leadership & Management Certificate, the University of Regina Project Management Certificate, safety training, computer training, online courses, and part-time university and SaskPolytech (formerly SIAST) courses, among others.

Companies interested in taking advantage of the Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant should call Parkland College’s Business and Training Representatives, Darrell Landels at 306.620.6694 or Ed Hourd at 306.641.9171. You can also visit http://corporate.parklandcollege.sk.ca for more details.

About Parkland College:

Since its inception in 1973, Parkland College has worked to expand the philosophy of life-long learning in East Central Saskatchewan. Among the seven basic principles upon which the community college system was founded is the idea that programs are to be developed in response to the needs of the community. Today, Parkland College offers a broad spectrum of educational services from trades training and high school upgrading to the province’s most diverse off-campus university offerings.

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