Tag : Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG)

Industrial Research Assistance Program: $1.87M for Multi-Health Systems

Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS), a leading publisher of scientifically validated assessments, has been awarded research and development funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP).

For more than 30 years, MHS has served clients in educational, clinical, corporate, public safety, government, military, pharmaceutical, and research

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COJG Training Grants for Employer Consortiums

The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) is a training grant that supports employers implementing third-party training programs to improve employee skillsets. Since it was launched in 2014, the program has helped thousands of companies across Ontario to develop and maintain a highly skilled workforce.

There have been some significant changes to COJG

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Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) Training Grants: FAQs

The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) is a training incentive that helps employers develop a more skilled and engaged workforce. Through the program, companies can receive funding to purchase short-term training for new and existing employees. Funding can be accessed once every six months, which gives forward-planning companies a significant opportunity

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$180k in Training Grants: Greenfield Global Case Study

Greenfield Global is the leading specialty alcohols producer in Canada, with a focus on corn-based bulk industrial alcohol, packaged alcohol and fuel ethanol, and agricultural co-products. As the largest ethanol producer, they operate four state-of-the-art manufacturing plants in Canada – all strategically located close to corn supply and end-user markets.
Greenfield

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Canada-Ontario Job Grant: Guideline Changes for 2018-2019

In March 2018 the Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG), a popular training grant for Ontario-based employers, announced several changes. Among the most significant effects is an increase in the number of businesses who can consider themselves a “small employer”, resulting in broader funding support for training projects.
Effective immediately, COJG funding will

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