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Re-Open Saskatchewan Training Subsidy Extended

April 19, 2021




The Re-Open Saskatchewan Training Subsidy (RSTS) program has been launched in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The program is an employer-driven, short term training program that provides eligible employers with financial support to train employees.

Funding to support training can help employers adjust to the impacts of the pandemic and safely align business activities with the re-opening phases of Saskatchewan’s economy.

Cumberland College delivers a number of courses and training opportunities that can be modified to fit the training needs of employees.

 

Benefits:

 

Employer Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible, employers must be on the Government of Saskatchewan's list of critical public services and allowable businesses during the emergency period, or eligible to resume operations in a confirmed phase of the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan.

The list of critical public services and allowable businesses is updated periodically as the provincial economy reopens to services and communities, and will be used to identify eligible employers.

Publicly funded organizations such as health regions, post-secondary training institutions, public libraries, municipalities and school divisions are not eligible under this program.

Self-employed individuals are not eligible to participate as RSTS supported trainees.

 

Training

Training is flexible. Employers choose the training program and mode of delivery that will meet their needs within the following requirements:

 

Application Process

The application deadline has been extended until June 30, 2021!

For more information:  http://www.saskatchewan.ca/training-subsidy

Connect with Cumberland College and we will be happy to discuss your training needs!


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