Cojg Training Agreement
COJG business advisory services may also not be provided by the same training provider; To develop a competitive application, Ontario employers must choose a training program and involve at least three offers from authorized external training providers. Next, employers must identify the participants in the training and determine the impact of the training on their role in the company. The Canada-Ontario Job Grant supports eligible training costs up to a maximum of $10,000 per apprentice, with additional flexibility for small employers. In addition, small employers (less than 100 employees) who train and hire unemployed people may be eligible for 100% funding and up to $15,000 per apprentice. 100% eligibility is automatically assessed by the staff or service provider of the ministry responsible for reviewing the application. Offering training of up to one year minimizes duplication with programs such as Second Career and uses grant resources to address direct skills gaps identified by employers. The type of training is at the centre of the employer`s concerns. Easily transferable soft skills usually have the greatest chance of success, but most training programs that have a direct benefit for trainees are taken into account. The benefits are often promotions in the professional capacity, increase in salaries and prevention of dismissals (if any). Employers must contribute cash to the training costs. Some additional flexibility is available for small employers.
The Canada-Ontario Job Grant is provided by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) and provides non-repayable grants to help employers deliver quality employee training programs. It offsets the costs of training providers to help employers hire high-performance coaches and make sustainable organizational improvements. Both for-profit and not-for-profit employers can often use the program to supplement their training budgets. For new hires, employers must have already selected a candidate at the time of their application or be willing to make a conditional offer of employment based on a successful training diploma. For more information or to complete the COJG online application, please see www.ontario.ca/employeetraining employers wishing to access the grant are responsible for identifying the specific gaps they wish to fill, the types of training that would fill those gaps and the specific people they would like to see trained. As COJG is an employer-oriented training programme, employers are solely responsible for paying employer contributions to their selected training providers. Employers must not require training participants to bear the training costs (full or employer contributions) or attempt to cover the training costs after the end of the training. It is recommended that employers carefully read and understand the definitions of business consulting and product supplier training, as described in the Employer Training Deck, before submitting a COJG application. For the purposes of the Canada-Ontario Job Grant, an employer consortium is defined as an organization that has a formal agreement to represent and/or coordinate activities that benefit a particular group of two or more employers who pool their resources to support common training activities and achieve common training objectives and objectives. . .