Students may apply for the grant to cover tuition, fees and materials for selected short programs that start in September-December 2023.
The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is one of 25 British Columbia post-secondary institutions participating in the Province’s StrongerBC future skills grant program. Announced on Tuesday, May 2, the three-year grant program provides B.C. learners with up to $3,500 in funding to pursue short-term skills upgrading.
Learners may apply for the grant to cover tuition, fees and materials for selected short programs that start in September-December 2023. The following JIBC programs will be eligible:
Emergency Medical Responder – Statement of Completion
- Basics of Defending Against Cybercrime – Micro-Credential
- Essentials of investigating Cybercrime – Micro-Credential
- Malware Detection & Protection Basics – Micro-Credential
- Crisis Communications – Micro-Credential
- Trauma & Crisis Intervention – Associate Certificate
- Leadership & Conflict Resolution – Associate Certificate
Learners will apply for the grant directly from the post-secondary institution offering the program. JIBC is finalizing changes to enrolment forms and processes for the eligible programs, and more information is available here.
Learn more about the StrongerBC future skills grant: