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Présenter une demande de Subvention canadienne pour l’emploi Canada-Saskatchewan

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La Subvention canadienne pour l’emploi Canada-Saskatchewan accepte maintenant des demandes de la part d’employeurs admissibles, en attente de la disponibilité de financement.

La Subvention canadienne pour l’emploi Canada-Saskatchewan est un programme axé sur l’employeur qui :

  • aide les entreprises et les organismes sans but lucratif à former leurs nouveaux employés ou leurs employés actuels pour les postes disponibles;
  • offre aux travailleurs sous employés ou sans emploi plus d’occasions de recevoir des formations.

Dans le cadre du programme, l’employeur fournit un tiers du coût de la formation et les gouvernements fédéral et provincial fournissent les deux tiers restants du montant.

Consultez la page Apply for the Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant pour des renseignements supplémentaires et pour présenter une demande.

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