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Canada-Alberta Job Grant

Invest in Your Current and Future Workforce with the Canada-Alberta Job Grant

Canada AB Job Grant 2 2014Attention Alberta Employers: Do you require training for your current or potential employees to fill current or future positions?  The Canada-Alberta Job Grant (CAJG) is here to help you support and invest in employee training to increase productivity, employee skills and employee retention. And SAIT can help you too.

Launched in the fall of October 2014, the grant provides increased funding for employers on a yearly basis (April to March), where, by the last year of the program (2017/2018), $34 million will be available. As of September 2015, there are still funds available to employers for this 2015/2016 year of funding.

SAIT Can Help

SAIT is a leading provider of applied education, training and workforce development solutions to organizations worldwide. As your trusted training provider, we can help your organization and employees with your specific skills-based training requirements for CAJG funding as well as assist you with your application submission.

Are you an employee looking for more information on how your employer can access this training? Read more at SAIT.ca here.


TOOL KIT FOR EMPLOYERS

Applying for Canada-Alberta Job Grant (CAJG) funding?  Please take a look at the information below. If you have further questions, contact our Corporate Training Solutions associates by phone at 403.210.5757, toll-free at: 866.884.7117 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  You may also subscribe to receive information updates on SAIT and the CAJG.

Before Applying for Funding

There are three steps in the application process for employers. Before you apply make sure to:

Training:

  • Is least 21 hours in length and delivered by a third-party trainer
  • Must be incremental in that it does not replace prior training investments or regular operational training
  • Must be completed within 52 weeks of training program start date
  • Results in some sort of credential (record of completion, certificate, grade, etc.) 
  • Must start within six months after receiving approval

Note that the location, method of delivery and structure of the eligible training is flexible. Training can be delivered online, on-site or in a classroom, and it may be undertaken on either a part-time or full-time basis. View eligible SAIT programs and courses.

 STEP 1: Application

The following two forms are required to apply. Please read the CAJG applicant guide for details on how to complete these forms.

 STEP 2: Reimbursement

Please read the CAJG applicant guide for details on how to complete this form.

STEP 3: Completion

Please read the CAJG applicant guide for details on how to complete this form.

 

 

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