Apprentice Employment Insurance (EI) As an apprentice, you may be eligible to receive employment income support from Service Canada while attending apprenticeship technical/in-school training.
Tradesperson's Tool Deduction Provides employed tradespersons with an annual deduction of up to $500 to help cover the cost of new tools necessary to their trade. The deduction applies to the total cost of eligible tools in excess of $1,000.
Apprenticeship Incentive Grant (AIG) A $1,000 taxable cash grant available to apprentices registered in one of the designated Red Seal trades who complete their first or second year/level of an apprenticeship program in a designated Red Seal trade, to a maximun of $2,000
Apprenticeship Completion Grant (ACG) A $2,000 (up to $4,000) taxable cash grant available to apprentices who complete their apprenticeship program and receive their journeyperson certificate in a designated Red Seal. Motor Vehicle Industry of Manitoba Scholarship This scholarship is awarded annually to assist individuals who are pursuing their Red Seal Certification as an Automotive Service, Collision Repair or Collision Refinishing Technician. Scholarships may be awarded to students at secondary and post-secondary levels. The scholarship may be used for assistance with tuition fees, tools or learning aides in conjunction with their secondary and post-secondary education. $500-$1000 Deadline: May 12
The Holmes' Make it Right Scholarship 10 scholarships of $1,500 each - up to five will be awarded to male students and up to five will be awarded to female students. The students must be entering or enrolled in a residential construction program at a Canadian college or university. The scholarships will be awarded in trust to students who are judged by The Holmes Foundation to have combined academic excellence with a commitment to a career in residential construction or renovation.
The Holmes' Foundation Bursaries Every academic year The Holmes Foundation will award up to ten bursaries to students entering or enrolled in a residential construction program at a Canadian college or university. The bursaries, each valued at $1,500 will be awarded up to five male students and up to five female students.