Offering a range of innovative services to support change makers

Unions, Industry and Trades

Access innovative skills development programs and training facilities in today's fastest-growing industries.

Workforce Development, New employees

Develop the skills that employers are looking for, making you more productive, creative, innovative, and in-demand.

Unemployed and Underemployed Individuals

Get support from employment centers to access skills development resources and become job ready.

Youth and Students

Access WIL and apprenticeship opportunities through a platform that connects employment partners, educators, tutors, and coaches.

Businesses and Entrepreneurs

Access skills development programs and resources focused on innovation and building a strong business for today's market.


Collaborate with us to access a network of partners, technology, and resources to build and contribute to Canada's economic growth.

Unions, Industry and Trades

Skills Council of Canada supports unions and industry by providing a platform that promotes skill development within their sectors. Our system supports social learning, automated enrolments, issuance of certificates, and user management. Through additional programing, such as tutoring, SCC offers tailored guidance and support to learners, fostering trade career development, education, and personal growth opportunities.

SCC's collaboration with Judith Nyman Secondary School exemplifies its commitment to trade development. Our partnership provides SCC and it's partners access to 17 trade training facilities for skilled trade training and career exploration through such programs as our 'Try a Trade Program'.

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Workforce Development

Skills Council of Canada is dedicated to helping individuals acquire the knowledge, skills, and competencies they need to succeed in the job market. This can include everything from basic education and training to more advanced skills development and professional development opportunities.

Skills Council of Canada’s Workforce Development programs offer a range of benefits, including improving the employability and productivity of individuals, helping businesses and organizations stay competitive in a rapidly changing economy, and fostering economic growth and development in a community.

The goal of our Workforce Development programs is to ensure that individuals have the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their careers and contribute to the economy, while also helping businesses and organizations stay competitive and meet their workforce needs.

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Employment Centers

Skills Council of Canada works with employment centers, job centers and job banks to support job seekers in their communities with access to skills development programs, job search assistance, resume and cover letter writing assistance, interview preparation, and job placement services.

Skills Council also works with employment centers and employers to identify job openings, match job seekers with appropriate positions, and offer access to training and education programs to help individuals acquire the skills they need to succeed in their chosen careers.

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Youth Leadership

Skills Council of Canada’s Youth Connect programs aim to help young people develop the skills and competencies they need to succeed in their careers and become leaders in their communities. These programs focus on providing young people with a broad range of skills development opportunities as well as opportunities to develop their leadership skills through projects, mentorship, and other interactive activities.

Participating in a youth skills program can be a valuable experience for young people, as it provides them with the chance to learn from experienced professionals, explore different career options, and build their confidence and leadership skills. These programs can also help young people develop a sense of purpose and direction as they begin to think about their future careers.

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Business and Entrepreneurs

Skills Council of Canada provides an invaluable partnership opportunity for businesses and entrepreneurs looking to boost their growth and competitive edge. SCC creates bridges between businesses, industry, and the education sector, facilitating collaboration that ensures skill development programs are aligned with the evolving industry needs.

Entrepreneurs can gain access to resources that help in identifying skill gaps and designing relevant training solutions, thereby ensuring their teams or clients possess the skills necessary to excel in their roles. SCC also aids in the implementation of effective workplace learning strategies, enhancing productivity and fostering a culture of continuous learning within organizations.

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Skills Council of Canada can significantly support government efforts to tackle labour shortages and enhance the workforce's skills and competencies. By partnering with SCC, government bodies, funded organizations, and non-profits can leverage SCC's extensive resources and expertise in skill development. SCC, through its robust network and comprehensive skills programs, can help government entities in upskilling and reskilling the workforce, particularly in sectors facing severe labour shortages.

SCC's focus on vulnerable and underserved groups aligns well with government's equity and inclusion objectives. SCC's initiatives like the after-school program and the 'Try a Trade' program provide access to training and career opportunities for these communities, contributing to the government's efforts to promote social inclusion.

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How We Support Not-for-Profits

Skills Council of Canada has the capabilities, experience, and passion to support Not-For-Profit organizations by providing them with access to our system, programs, and resources. We work with organizations who have limited budgets and need support to achieve their social impact mandates.
A not-for-profit is a nonprofit organization, also known as a non-business entity, not-for-profit organization, or nonprofit institution, is a legal entity organized and operated for a collective, public or social benefit, in contrast with an entity that operates as a business aiming to generate a profit for its owners."

Skills Development

We provide the skills development technology, libraries of content, expertise, and overall career management tools to help organizations support their communities in becoming job ready.

Business Support

We provide support with strategic planning, project management, and market presence to help a NFP organization drive awareness and increase their social impact.

Funding Support

We help NFP organizations develop their plans and proposals to support their social impact efforts, and application for funding.