Canada-B.C. Job Fund Annual Report
The Canada-British Columbia Job Fund (CJF) report provides a detailed description of labour market programs and program outcomes for learners and job seekers, as well as for employers who participate in CJF programs.
Learn how labour market programs in B.C. have helped thousands, and how they may help you.
Inside the CJF Annual Report:
- Details about the Canada-B.C. Job Fund programs offered, and who was eligible
- A breakdown of employment results for Canada-B.C. Job Fund participants
- Success stories from program participants and employers across B.C.
For British Columbians looking to gain skills and find jobs, the report describes completed training programs and how these programs have helped participants reach their employment goals. Readers will also find results from past programs and success stories from past participants.
For employers and business owners looking to expand or enhance their workforce, the report provides an overview of services available to them through the government of B.C.
Did you know?
- Nearly 21,000 British Columbians received job and skills training through the Canada-B.C. Job Fund in 2017-18.
- Approximately 2,500 employers participated in CJF programs in 2017-18. They helped to deliver training, co-funded training for existing employees, and hired new employees who had successfully completed Canada-B.C. Job Fund training.
The 2017-18 fiscal year was the final year of the CJF Agreement, which is now replaced by the Workforce Development Agreement (WDA). For information after the 2017-18 fiscal year, visit Workforce Development Agreement and Annual Reports
Read the reports:
Canada-B.C. Job Fund (CJF) Annual Report (2017-18).pdf
Canada-B.C. Job Fund (CJF) Annual Report (2016-17).pdf