What is it?
• Up to 12 months of funded training or paid work experience
• Continued income or disability assistance while in training
• Child care costs covered during your training or work placement and for the first year of employment
• Transit costs to and from school
• WorkBC Employment Services Centre supports, including workshops on resume writing, interview and work preparation
• Health supplement coverage for a full year after you leave income assistance for employment. This includes dental, optical and premium-free Medical Services Plan and Pharmacare programs
• Exemptions for bursaries, grants and scholarships when you are in an approved training program
Call or visit your local WorkBC Employment Services Centre to learn more.
You can get answers to your questions about the services and supports that are available to you.
A case manager will look at your interests, background and the local job market.
Together you will map out the supports you need to find employment.
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