Skills Training for Economic Recovery Stream
This stream provides short-term skills training to people impacted by COVID-19 so they can develop the knowledge, skills and competencies for good job opportunities while the economy recovers.
Note: The CWRG program is not intended to meet the same needs as the B.C. Employer Training Grant (ETG). Please carefully review the objective and criteria of the CWRG program before applying. If you are an employer looking to train new or current employees, the ETG program may be the right program for you.
- B.C. public and private post-secondary institutions
- B.C. private training institutions certified under the Private Training Act by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training
- Aboriginal-controlled institutes
- ITA-designated trade schools
- Union halls and training boards
- Industry, sector or employer associations, with a mandate for training
- Trade or industry-recognized personal safety training providers
- Other private and non-profit training providers
Please refer to the Skills Training for Economic Recovery Stream Criteria for a complete list of eligibility requirements.
- The maximum funding per participant is $8,000.
- Recommended minimum number of participants per cohort is 20.
- Multiple applications from one applicant will be accepted. The maximum funding per applicant (multiple projects) is $1,000,000.
- Eligible costs include skills training, employment assistance services, participant financial supports, and up to 10% of the total costs of project delivery to support project administration.
Projects are intended to help people gain job-related skills, reattach to the labour market and prepare for current and emerging job opportunities as B.C.’s economy recovers.
Thank you for your interest in the Skills Training for Economic Recovery stream. The stream is now closed.