If you haven’t been in student-mode in recent years, you might be surprised by how much more accessible learning has become thanks to technology. Ontario’s public educational and training system includes 24 colleges, 22 universities, 76 school boards and 250 literacy and basic skills training providers who, collectively, offer a wide assortment of opportunities to grow your knowledge and skill. Enhancing your knowledge and skill can open the door to more avenues for employment. If you have wanted to find new or better work, improving your skills might be the first step. But where do you begin to navigate all these learning options?
It doesn’t have to be overwhelming! Contact North representative, Annette Morrison, brings her expertise to the CEC office on September 22nd to answer questions about online learning, and how to earn a degree, diploma or certificate, or upgrade skills, all online! Interested? Call Annette to book a time – 1-855-451-7516.
The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (the Job Grant) provides an opportunity for employers to invest in their workforce, with help from the government. The Job Grant will provide direct financial support to individual employers who wish to purchase training for their employees. It is available to small, medium and large businesses with a plan to deliver short-term training to existing and new employees. For further information on this new Grant, please contact Stephanie Shrum, Business Advisor with Community Employment Choices at 519-245-4500 ext. 205 or email: email@example.com