There are three program streams under the Canada-Yukon Job Fund: the Canada-Yukon Job Grant, Employment Services and Supports and Employer-Sponsored Training.
This program supports employers interested in investing in training for current or future employees. Training may be offered by colleges, trade union centres or private trainers. Training can take place in a classroom, a workplace or online. Costs are shared by the employer and Advanced Education.
There are two forms to submit: One is completed by the employer and the other is completed by each employee/participant.
This program continues the services that were offered under the Labour Market Agreement. This program helps unemployed or low-skilled individuals who need support to enter the labour market.
Eligible programs may include, but are not limited to:
This program has a broader scope for training activities and costs. It provides more diverse opportunities than the Canada-Yukon Job Grant.
Yukon is first implementing the Canada-Yukon Job Grant and Employment Services and Supports. Employer-Sponsored Training will be developed at a later date.
To learn more or to apply, contact our office.
The Labour Market Agreements have ended, and now the new Canada-Yukon Job Fund (CYJF) is in place to allow greater employer involvement in training. The vision of the CYJF is to increase participation in the labour force and help people develop the skills necessary to find and keep meaningful and long-term employment.
Funding is provided by the Government of Canada through the Canada-Yukon Job Fund.