Humber has over 150 full-time programs that may be eligible for Second Career funding.
Second Career is designed to provide laid-off workers with skills training to help them find jobs in high-demand occupations in Ontario. Its purpose is to provide training that helps laid-off workers move to better jobs than they could obtain without training, such as those with higher skills. Second Career determines the programs that they will provide funding for, however they have identified high-demand careers in the following fields: Industrial Electricians, Plumbers, Carpenters, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics, Architectural Technologists and Technicians, User Support Technicians, Paralegals, Community and Social Service Workers, Early Childhood Educators and Assistants, Chefs, just to name a few.
Your Employment Advisor at your Employment Ontario Employment Service (EOES) site will help you to determine an appropriate program.
Please click the following link for the full list of Humber programs. From this page, you can click on any of these specific programs to read detailed program information, admission requirements, curriculum outline, etc.
Training up to 24 months may be approved under Second Career in certain occupations. Some Humber College certificate and diploma programs may qualify. Your Employment Counsellor at the Employment Ontario Employment Service site will help you to determine allowable training.