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The Winter Session of the Personal Support Worker (PSW) training program commences on 9th January, 2023. Limited Spaces still available. Contact us for registration. Wish you all a Happy and a Prosperous New Year.



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How to get back to work in collaboration with the Government .

Federal Funding
The government of Canada offers a plethora of student aid programs to help students across all walks of life in pursuing post-secondary education. These federal funding programs provide the necessary financial assistance to go back to school and excel in your career. There are four major types of federal funding:
What is Canada Student Grants Program?
Non-repayable grants offered by the Government of Canada are referred to as Federal Student Grants or Canada Student Grants. Unlike loans, grants don’t need to be paid back, and most grants are awarded based on one’s financial need rather than merit. Students from low-income and middle-income families who’re enrolled in a part-time or a full-time under-grad program could avail these grants.

Federal Student Grants are delivered in partnership with participating provinces and territories and you can avail them if you are: a full-time or a part-time student
Student from a low-income or a middle-income family
A student with dependents; and/or
A student with permanent disabilities

How much can you get?
Federal Student Grants have an annual limit and a lifetime limit, and the amount that you could receive depends on factors such as the province or territory of residence, family income, number of dependents, tuition fees, living expenses, and whether you have a disability. You could also be eligible for more than one type of grant.
With so many financial aid options available to students, pursuing higher studies is no longer a far-fetched dream. If you were ever waiting for the right time to get that degree, diploma or certificate that could give wings to your career, this is it! So, have you found your school yet?

Second Career Ontario
has a new name - Better Jobs Ontario
You may qualify for up to $28,000!
Find the school that’s right for you!

The Ontario government is helping laid-off workers get back to work
Living Expenses
Help Caring for Defendants
Travel & Transportation
Need Financial Aid?
Contact Canada College of Health & Business Studies for information today!


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