While apprentices are paid wages at work and are often eligible to receive Employment Insurance benefits during technical training, extra financial support may be required. In addition to wages, there are grants, scholarships, and other financial supports available.

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Sto:Lo Aboriginal Skills & Employment Training Chilliwack, British Columbia

Training and employment support is offered to Indigenous clients.

Success Skills Centre

Internationally Trained Professionals/ Skilled Workers Bridging Stream Program

Supporting Employment & Economic Development (SEED)

Recognition Counts is a program providing supports to skilled immigrants wishing to work in their fields of expertise in Manitoba.

Syncrude Aboriginal Trades Preparation Program

To provide training to Indigenous clients from the Wood Buffalo Region who are interested in working in trades, upgrading their education and meeting the qualifications to be a Syncrude employee.


Explore careers in science, trades, and technology.

The Alberta Regional Council of Carpenters and Allied Workers Sisters in Brotherhood Women’s Committee, United Brotherhood of Carpenters

This Committee nurtures the involvement and participation of female workers, develops initiatives to recruit and retain more women and provides support and guidance for sister members.

Tim McLean Memorial Fund Bursary

Indigenous apprentices with a demonstrated financial need may be eligible.

Tlicho Government Behchoko, NWT

Training and employment support is offered to Indigenous clients.

Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council

Helps immigrants find meaningful employment that matches their education, skills and experience. Immigrants can gain industry insights, professional contacts and job search support from professionals in their field.

Trade HERizons

During the 16 week program, women are guided through an extensive learning opportunity that prepares them for jobs in the plumbing, electrical and carpentry industries. The students spend 13 weeks learning through classroom and hands-on activities at both the YWCA and Saskatchewan Polytechnic before moving to three-week job placements as part of the program.