Training and Incentive Programs
East Northumberland Secondary School
Here in Brighton is one of the top 10 high schools in the province. As a leader in innovative programming for students, ENSS offers not only a diverse curriculum, but a pathway for pre-employment, college, or university. The curriculum is so advanced that through partnerships with Loyalist College, students are able to receive college credits from high school courses. The newest programs include Manufacturing, Culinary, Construction, and Health & Personal Services. ENSS works with local businesses in placing students in cooperative education and apprenticeship programs.
For more information about programs offered please telephone the school directory: 613-475-0540
Loyalist Training and Development Centre
The Loyalist Training and Development Centre's team of professionals offers a wide range of training and consulting services, and clients come from all over Eastern North America.
You can visit us at the southwest corner of the Quinte Business Development Centre in the Pioneer Building at Loyalist College, Belleville, Ontario.
They offer professional services and expertise to small and medium-sized businesses, manufacturers, retailers, federal and provincial government agencies, municipalities, and many, many individuals.
Their "Best in Class" Instructors offer a variety of full-time and part-time courses as well as half-day, full-day and multi-day seminars and workshops. They deliver on site or in house in their own facilities in the Quinte Business Development Centre and satellite classrooms in Belleville's Ramada Inn Harbourview Business Centre.
Their pledge is to provide the people, the skills, the tools, and the commitment to help you and your organization thrive.
Employment Ontario Government Programs
The Canada-Ontario Job Grant is an excellent incentive program for employers who wish to train new or current employees. The Canada-Ontario Job Grant will fund two-thirds of a worker’s eligible training costs up to a maximum of $10,000 per worker. If you are a smaller employer you may be entitled to additional funding. Costs covered include tuition and fees, textbooks and materials. Contact your local Career Edge office to assist you with determining if your proposed training is eligible. They are a community based non-profit agency that provides employment services to both employers and employees.
Second Career is a program that helps you train for a new job. Second Career provides financial support to help laid-off Ontarians participate in training for a new career. Second Career provides up to $28,000 to support tuition, travel, books, and other training-related costs. Additional funds may be available for people with disabilities, and for people who need help to pay for academic upgrading, the costs of living away from home, or child care. Career Edge can assess your eligibility and help you take the first step.
Youth Job Connection is a new initiative also available through Career Edge that is designed to help young people between the ages of 15 and 29 who face multiple barriers to employment. This program provides access to employability and employment skills development, along with education/training and work experiences. The goal is to achieve long-term employment, a meaningful career, and success in your future working life.
Youth Job Link offers youth, aged 15 to 29 access to summer and part-time employment. Youth Job Link offers job search, job readiness and job matching assistance. Explore career options and plan for your future with guidance from Career Edge.
Visit Career Edge online at www.careeredge.on.ca to find your local Career Edge. All their services are provided FREE of charge!