Business Management Essentials
Employee recruitment and retention remains, as always, a top priority for small businesses in Saskatchewan. Keeping good people is key to growing a successful business and we have heard this message loud and clear from businesses across the province. To meet this need, the Chambers have created a training initiative that addresses a number of topics from customer service to conflict resolution.
Saskatchewan Chamber has partnered with the Saskatchewan Colleges to deliver dynamic and informational management/leadership workshops that will help employees to build on their core business, supervisory and leadership skills.
The Business Management Essentials (BME) provided by the Colleges are ideal for aspiring, new, and current supervisors and business professionals. These programs will help learners improve their management and leadership acumen through practical, skill-oriented business courses. This training is provided through virtual online classes facilitated by leading edge instructors who will challenge and build the learner’s core business, leadership, and management skills.
The BME program is designed with two levels of achievement. Once four workshops have been successfully completed, a Level 1 Certificate will be awarded. When eight workshops have been completed, the Level 2 Certificate will be awarded. There will be in excess of eight workshops for businesses to choose from.
In order for a business to be considered for Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant (CSJG) funding www.saskatchewan.ca\job-grant, they must register for either Level 1 training consisting of four (4) workshops; or Level 2 training consisting of a subsequent four (4) workshops.
Canada – SK Job Grant (CSJG) Information
The Canada-SK Job Grant (CSJG) is an employer-driven program that provides eligible employers with financial support to train new or existing employees for jobs in their organization. Training can help support a new hire to the organization, result in a new or better job for an existing employee or reduce skills gaps of an employee. The CSJG provides opportunities for unemployed and underemployed workers to train for jobs.
Business Management Essentials Program example with successful CSJG funding
Four (4) workshops – Level 1
|CSJG Funding 2/3||$ 333.00|
|Employer 1/3||$ 166.00*|
*Small employers (as defined by the Sk Government, less than 50 employees) may be entitled to additional funding.
To assist employers, we have included downloadable PDF versions of the Canada-Sask Job Grant Employer Application and Training Provider Quote for this program. You can email the completed quote to Consultant@southestcollege.org for verification and to obtain the required signature.
Please note: CSJG will not reimburse for any training that has not been pre-approved by them prior to the training taking place.
For those registering for a level, consisting of 4 workshops, for the Canada-Sk Job Grant please contact Consultant@southeastcollege.org for registration assistance.
CSJG applicants SHOULD NOT register for workshops on-line.
Private employers and not-for-profit sector employers are eligible. Publicly funded organizations such as health regions, municipalities, and school divisions are not eligible.
Canadian citizens or permanent residents qualify.
Temporary foreign workers are not eligible training participants.
For more detailed information on the Canada-Sk Job Grant please follow the link below:
The RSTS program is as an employer-driven, short term training program that provides eligible employers with financial support to train employees. Business Management Essentials workshops, Level 1 or Level 2, consisting of 4 workshops each, are eligible for the training subsidy, providing 100% reimbursement of approved training costs.
Training supports ensure employers have access to training which helps them invest in the development of a skilled workforce with the skills needed to rebuild and grow as the economy recovers.
The objectives of the RSTS are to:
- support employers in meeting the challenges brought on by COVID-19,
- provide enhanced training support to ensure employers are able to access training to sustain business activities while stimulating competitiveness;
- reduce obstacles to hiring, retraining and retaining workers to boost the province’s economic recovery.
Southeast College Business Consultants are available to provide information and assistance with the application process; they welcome inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before making an application or registering for BME modules at the College, thoroughly review the program information provided here: www.saskatchewan.ca/training-subsidy.
Online application forms are available on the training subsidy website. You may email the training documents to email@example.com for verification and to obtain the required signature.
Please note: Re-Skills Saskatchewan Training Subsidy will only reimburse for training that has been pre-approved by them prior to the training taking place. Applications submitted less than 10 business days prior to the start date of training may not be approved.
Before registering at Southeast College for your Business Management Essentials, to be funded through the RSTS, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for registration assistance.
RSTS applicants SHOULD NOT register for Southeast College workshops on-line.; please contact the College first so we can assist you through the process.
Attention Local Chambers
If your Chamber would like to participate in this as an Affinity Program in your region, please contact:
Special consideration to: