Financial Services

EMPLOYMENT ONTARIO AND SECOND CAREER

You can get new skills – those needed for jobs in demand now – and financial support when you qualify for Second Career.

Apply for up to $28,000 for costs including:

  • tuition
  • books
  • manuals, workbooks or other instructional costs
  • transportation
  • basic living allowance (maximum $410 per week)
  • child care

For more information, visit the Employment Ontario website.

MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN

A monthly payment plan can be arranged to suit your needs. Tuition and material costs are divided into monthly payments throughout your program. The first payment is due on the first day of classes, and the final payment is due approximately one month prior to completion of your studies.

WSIB SPONSORSHIP

If you are a WSIB recipient or a surviving spouse, WSIB has funding resources for labour market re-entry. Speak to your case manager about re-training, which will help prepare you to get back into the work force.

For more information, visit the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board website.

Scholarships

Eligibility:
Students who have achieved a minimum 90 per cent score on the exams can apply for the appropriate scholarship once they have started their program of study.

Procedure:
After paying your fees for the first semester of last year, you can send request e-mail to the main office of the Canadian Technology College Scholarships&Bursaries@ctcollege.ca

Canadian Technology College

ABOUT US


CTC offers training in a wide variety of highly demanded careers, which are essential in any business environment. Training courses at Canadian Technology College are designed to give students not only greater breadth of knowledge and depth in a particular field, but also more self-confidence through testing themselves in a variety of new areas.

CONTACT US


Canadian Technology College

2727 Steeles Avenue West
(LADA building)
Suite 305
Toronto, Ontario
M3J 3G9 Canada

Tel: (416) 663-0665
Fax: (416) 663-9365
Email: study@CTCollege.ca