Challenged to find new Skilled Workers?
Solve your skilled trades shortage by hiring a first year trade apprentice with financial help from the CISC.
Mould and train them to have the skills and experience you need.
The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC), working in partnership with the Federal Government of Canada, is providing financial incentives to small to medium sized organizations to hire first year apprentices. One of the many tools in the toolbox to increase the number of top level skilled trades supporting our industry sector into the future.
Refer to list of trades that are available for incentives from the CISC. Note these are both manufacturing and construction (field) based apprentice trades.
Trades Administered by the CISC
The CISC is located on page 2 of
the Government of Canada's List of
(refer to Enrolment Agreement for full details)
Apprentices with in the following groups make the employer eligible for a total incentive of $10,000 per apprentice:
Equity-Deserving Groups – Data Definitions
4. Persons with disabilities
5. Visible minorities