Available Funding Options:
Work BC: Are you on EI, or have you been in the last three years? You may be eligible for up to $7,500+ towards training. To check your eligibility, contact the office nearest you.
Single Parent Employment Initiative: If you have custody or shared custody, on EI anytime in past 5 years and/or underemployed (less than 20 hrs/wk) you may qualify for their program.
Student Aid BC: We are designated with PTIB and Student Aid BC! You may qualify for a loan through Student Aid BC for our 12 week combination course.
Federal Job Grant Funding: You can fill out their online application to see if you qualify!
Métis Nation Employment & Training Funding: If you are aboriginal, you may qualify for sponsorship!
Indigenous Service Delivery Organizations may be available for sponsorship for First Nations.
WorkSafe BC: Please contact your case worker if you already have a claim or you can start a claim if you have been injured at work.
Registered Retirement Savings Plan: If you have a registered retirement savings plan, fill out their application form to release the funds.
If you have a RESP, please contact your institution to see how the funds can be released.
Financial Institutions: Please contact your financial institution as you may qualify for a student line of credit.
For our 12 week Combination Course, Bank of Montreal offers a Student Line of Credit for eligible individuals.
Veteran Affairs Canada: If you are a veteran, you may be eligible for financial support through Veteran Affairs Canada.
Windmill Microlending: If you are an immigrant, you may qualify for a low-interest loan through Windmill Microlending.
If required, we can issue you a no obligation letter of acceptance. Please submit on our contact page your legal first and last name, address, phone number, the course you’d like to enroll in and when you’re hoping to start.
There is no tax charged on our tuition and we issue Federal T2202A Tuition Tax Receipts for income tax purposes.