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The Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant is now accepting applications from eligible employers, pending available funding.
The Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant is an employer-driven program that:
Through the program, the employer contributes one-third of the training cost, while the federal and provincial governments contribute the remaining two-thirds.
Employers can make multiple grant applications to a maximum of $100,000 per fiscal year, and up to $10,000 per individual trainee.
Private and not-for-profit sector employers are eligible.
Publicly funded organizations such as health regions, post-secondary training institutions, public libraries, municipalities and school divisions are not eligible under the program.
Self-Employed individuals are not eligible to participate as CSJG supported trainees.
Temporary foreign workers or temporary residents without authorization for emergency travel and a valid Canadian work permit are not eligible.
Training taken prior to an approved contract is not eligible for funding.
Training is flexible. Employers choose the training program and mode of delivery that will meet their needs within the following requirements:
Third-party trainers could include:
Interested employers must complete the Employer Application Form and obtain a Training Provider Quote. For more detailed information on how to apply, view the Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant Applicant Guide.
Each application can only have one training provider quote attached to it. Only fully completed applications will be accepted for assessment. Applications will be accepted, assessed and approved based on available funding.
Please note that a completed application is not a guarantee of funding. Training requests must be approved and a contract negotiated between the employer and the Government of Saskatchewan to be eligible for program funding.
Attention: Save the document to your computer before completing each file.
Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant Applicant Guide
Forward the completed application form to your nearest Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant (CSJG) office. Ministry of Immigration and Career Training staff will contact you within three business days to confirm receipt of the application.
For more information on the program, please review the definition of terms and service standards.
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