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Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development – Sector Partnership Planning Grant 2017


  • This is a brand new grant announced by MAESD on June 19th, 2017. This grant seeks to address the gap between training, employment programs, and the needs of employers and workers.
  • This grant seeks to build sector partnerships which will identify opportunities and propose solutions that are related to: skilled training, skills connections to employers, improved coordination between employers, training providers and employment and workforce planning organizations, and providing training to existing employees (including literacy and essential skills).

Who can access what

  • This grant offers $50 000 per project, and the deadline to submit applications is July 19th, 2017.
  • Eligibility: Section 1.2 Who Can Apply of the guide addresses which organizations can apply for funding. Organizations who apply must take on the role of Lead Organization and must identify a Partner Organization who will work alongside the lead organization.

For complete details download the guide here.

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