Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG)

Reduce the costs of employee training! The Canada-Ontario Job Grant could cover up to 75% of your direct training costs so you can invest in your workforce for long-term growth.

What is the Canada-Ontario Job Grant program (COJG)?

The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) is a program that provides financial assistance to employers and businesses in Ontario who wish to provide short-term training to their current and new employees. By participating in COJG, employers have the opportunity to invest in their workforce by covering a portion of the training costs, enabling employees to enhance their skills and knowledge, and creating avenues for career advancement.

To learn more about the Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG), we invite you to explore the government website found here Canada-Ontario Job Grant (

Benefits for Employers

  • Access to qualified trainers and institutions.
  • Reimbursement of training costs per employee
  • Available to businesses of all sizes and sectors across Ontario, making it accessible to a wide range of employers.
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RNC is an approved service provider for the COJG program.

Our goal is to ensure a smooth and hassle-free application process for our clients. With our expertise, we can assist your organization in accessing government-funded training courses. Discover how RNC can support you through the COJG program.

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