KICK-START YOUR EDUCATION WITH UP TO $28,000 IN GOVERNMENT FUNDING
The Second Career strategy from the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities pays for the training or education Ontarians may need to re-enter the work force.
Those who qualify for Second Career will receive up to $28,000 to pay for:
- Living expenses
- Travel and transportation
- Disability supports
- Childcare expenses
- And more!
To qualify for Second Career funding, you must be:
- laid off and working a temporary job just to cover costs
- laid off and not been working
- currently receiving Employment Insurance (EI) or have received it in the past
- laid off due to COVID-19 and ready to re-train for a new career
While the program is open to all laid-off workers and jobseekers, priority is being given to applicants who were laid off due to COVID-19 and looking to train in new, high-demand fields known as priority streams.
Fast-track funding is available for programs that fall in one of the four priority streams: Supportive Health Services, Life Sciences, Advanced Manufacturing and Information and Communications Technology. Contact us today to learn which triOS College programs fit into these fast-tracked categories!
OUR OTHER FINANCING OPTIONS
triOS College offers a number of financing options outside of Second Career. These include monthly payment plans, Lifelong Learning Plans (LLPs), Registered Education Savings Plan (RESPs), employment and union-sponsored programs and more.
Our financing advisors are available to go over all your options to help you find the one that works best for you. Fill out our online form to learn more.