New grads discount
- Ryerson University
- York University
- U of T University
- Other Universities
- A group of 5 or more — $100 off per person
All new grads must register before the 1st day of class and the new grads group must be submitted to the school in writting. Please contact the office at admissions@TorontoSchoolofHealth.com
- EMPLOYMENT & SOCIAL SERVICES
- EMPLOYMENT ONTARIO / SECOND CAREER
- LIFELONG LEARNING PLAN
- REGISTERED EDUCATION SAVINGS PLANS
EMPLOYMENT & SOCIAL SERVICES
Employment and Social Services (Les services sociaux et d’emploi de Toronto) provides employment supports, financial benefits and social supports to people living in Toronto. Our Employment Centres are open to all Toronto residents, and our staff provide a range of services including helping people with:
- finding a job or the training they need to find work,
• accessing financial benefits available through the Ontario Works program, and
• connecting to health, housing, childcare and other social services.
The Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) administers programs, such as Employment Ontario, to assist individuals who are unemployed or who have qualified for Employment Insurance. Students may qualify for postsecondary education financing through Employment Ontario or other programs managed by MTCU.
What is Second Career?
Second Career provides laid-off workers with
- skills training to help them find jobs in high-demand occupations in Ontario
- financial support
Second Career is a cost-sharing grant provided on the basis of need, so you may be asked to contribute what you can to your training or education.
Second Career provides up to $28,000 for
- other instruction costs such as manuals or workbooks
- a basic living allowance
LIFELONG LEARNING PLAN
Additional support may be available to accommodate the needs of people with disabilities, dependent care, costs of living away from home and academic upgrading.
The Canada Revenue Agency Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) allows you to withdraw amounts from your RRSPs to finance your education for you or your spouse (or common law partner). You may withdraw up to $10,000 per year, and up to a total maximum of $20,000.
For more information visit the Canada Revenue Agency website.
REGISTERED EDUCATION SAVINGS PLANS
Students who have been named a beneficiary under a family members Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP), may use funds from the RESP to finance their education.