Explore government-funded options for financial support for micro-credentials
The Canada Job Grant
The Canada Job Grant provides opportunities for employers, individually or in groups, to invest in their workforce, with help from the government, offsetting up to 2/3 of the cost. Rotman Executive Programs is a recognized training provider for our open enrolment and custom programs.
OSAP Funding for Micro-Credentials
The Ontario Student Assistance Program has recently began to offerfor micro-credentials, including a limited number of Rotman Initiative for Women in Business Programs. This new resource is part of Ontario’s micro-credentials strategy, helping learners access more opportunities to train or upskill for in-demand jobs through loans and grants. This micro-credential benefit refers specifically to short, professional development programs like those offered through Rotman Initiative for Women in Business Programs.
Visit the OSAP Micro-Credentials website to confirm if a Rotman Initiative for Women in Business Program is eligible and for OSAP information and application instructions.
*Specifically for the Back to Work program.
Internationally Educated Professionals have the opportunity to borrow from Windmill Microlending to finance this program and more. Windmill provides affordable loans for skilled immigrants to achieve career success. Find more information on their website or download their information sheet here.