Canada-BC Job Grant is a joint Federal and Provincial initiative to provide priority sectors with funding to help employers invest in training for current and future employees.

BC Small Business owners are encouraged to apply for the Canada BC Job Grant that may cover up to 2/3 of the cost of the tuition for Systems Business Coach® business development courses. Other Canadian Provinces have similar grants that may help with Tuition.

 We invite Canadian Small Business Owners to  contact us to discuss how to apply for the Canada BC Job Grant to help fund our programs.  We encourage our American and International friends to source  local government or other small business friendly programs that are offered in your area. Start with  your local Chamber of Commerce.

What is the Canada-BC Job Grant?

The Canada-B.C. Job Grant (CJG) is an employer-driven, cost-sharing program that helps employers invest in training for their current or future employees.

In most cases, the grant reimburses up to two-thirds of the cost of training an employee, to a maximum government contribution of $10,000 per fiscal year for each employee trained.

Who can apply?

The Canada-BC Job Grant is currently accepting applications from BC employers who plan to train new or existing employees through one of four streams.

How to apply?

The Canada-BC Job Grant is currently accepting applications from BC employers who plan to train new or existing employees through one of four streams. Effective April 1, 2017 all applicants must have a BCeID number.  

Important Links:

Canada-BC Job Grant (official website)

What is the CJG Eligibility Criteria?

How to register for a BCeID

Priority Sectors

If your business belongs to one of the following sectors, you may be eligible:

Small Business
Aboriginal Peoples + First Nations
Agrifoods
Construction
Forestry
Manufacturing
Mining and Energy
Natural Gas
Non-profit Health + Social Services
Technology + Green Economy
Tourism
Transportation
Unemployed Stream

Why training?

Statistically 80% of all small businesses will fail in the first 5 years. The impact on families and communities can be devastating. When business owners invest in training their success rate significantly improves. This results in greater job security for employees and a stronger BC Economy.

What if you could structure your business in a way that brings you greater prosperity and allows to create long term well paying jobs resulting in you having greater personal freedom?

You CAN with the help of the Canada BC Job Grant!

Several of our programs have been approved for funding including our private 1:1 training courses: Getting Your Business House in Order™ and Growing Your Business™.

Small Business Development
Private 1:1 Training

Small Business owners struggling with running their companies can benefit from the Canada BC Jobs Grant with Management and Business Skills Training. The Systems Business Coach® programs are delivered as 1:1 instruction or in small groups.  Get private training from one of our world class business coaches in a year long program with the help of an $8,400.00 grant.  To date we have helped BC Business owners create over 90 full time jobs in British Columbia. Supporters of the Canada BC Job Grant recognize that Small Business Owners are major contributors to the BC Economy.

As an individual business owner learning how to successfully run your Small Business you will gain strength in:

Our business development training program takes 12 months and is designed to let you work on your business to make the required changes even if you super busy being your hardest working employee.

Where to get more information

If you have any questions about your eligibility to apply for the grant for our 10 month program , please contact us, we’re happy to help.

Additionally, to learn more about other  employment and training services, we recommend contacting Small Business BC who is able to help you to find the right candidates for your training and hiring needs.

Canada BC Job Grant

BC Small Business owners are encouraged to apply for the Canada BC Job Grant that may cover up to 2/3 of the cost
of the tuition. Other Canadian Provinces have similar grants that may help with Tuition.