Funding for PEMAC Education
Developing one's skills are crucial to career development and improving an organization's ability to derive value from their assets. There are a variety of funding opportunities available for organizations and individuals looking to enroll in PEMAC educational programs in order to expand their maintenance and asset management skills and knowledge.
Organizations can find a list of funding options available through Federal and Provincial grant programs below, while individual funding opportunities vary from province to province there are some opportunities for those seeking financial support or training for a change in their career.
Funding Opportunities for Employers
The grants listed below have been leveraged by employers to subsidize the costs of employee training in PEMAC authorized programs. If you are aware of others not listed please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Canada-Alberta Job Grant
Note: Temporary changes to Canada-Alberta Job Grant have been put in place to allow access to training funds to businesses with 4 or fewer employees, as well as employed family members of eligible employers.
- Canada-British Columbia Job Grant
- Canada-Manitoba Job Grant (application intake is currently closed)
- Retrain Manitoba
- Canada-New Brunswick Job Grant
- Canada-Nova Scotia Job Grant
- Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Job Grant
- Canada-Ontario Job Grant
- Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant
- Federation of Canadian Municipalities
If you are an employer looking to hire from a professional community of maintenance, reliability, and asset management professionals, with globally recognized certifications, contact us to post your job opportunity on the PEMAC Career Listing page.
Funding Opportunities for Individuals
For individuals, provincial funds may be available through some of the following:
Ontario Second Career Program.
OSAP Application for Micro-credentials
(Humber College provides MMP certification & MWM certificate as a micro-credential)
Funding for Municipal Practitioners
Made possible by a grant through the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada, municipal sector practitioners from across Canada are invited to participate in a subsidized special delivery of the PEMAC’s Asset Management Professional (AMP) education program. Learn more about the initiative here.