Workforce Partnership grants provide funding to organizations such as employers, industry and sector associations, regional organizations and Indigenous organizations to support labour market adjustment strategies and workforce development, including initiatives to attract and retain workers through partnerships.
- for-profit businesses
- non-profit organizations
- industry associations, employer organizations
- employee organizations
- local planning groups, economic development organizations, community action groups
- organizations with charitable status
- Indigenous groups, organizations, or communities on or off reserve
Eligible applicants can apply for different partnership grants based on the activities and outcomes desired.
Labour Market Partnership projects focus on developing information and best practices to support labour market adjustment strategies. Examples of Labour Market Partnership activities:
- researching and analyzing of labour market trends
- developing strategic plans for the partnership to prepare for future skill requirements and prevent skills shortages
- promoting current labour market needs or heightening awareness of labour market issues such as skills shortages
- sharing best practices in human resource development and career or employment training
Contact Name: Industry Workforce Partnership Officer
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org