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Find out what careers you may be able to transition to based on your current experience. Put your skills, knowledge and abilities to work.
Discover the types of work you’d enjoy and be good at, and find out where the high-opportunity jobs will be in the years ahead with the Career Compass tool.
Choose a well-paid career in one of B.C.’s 100+ skilled trades. Get paid while working towards your certification.
A foundation program will help you upgrade your skills, get job-ready, find employment/apprenticeship opportunities, and more.
Low- and middle-income students enrolled in B.C. public post-secondary institutions can apply for upfront, non-repayable financial assistance.
Find funding, loans, grants, bursaries, scholarships and special programs to finance your education.
Support yourself financially and become job-ready while studying and learning new skills.
You may face more challenges finding work than others — like if you’re 55+, or work in a struggling industry, or have faced domestic violence. Whatever your story, we’ll help you get ahead with extra skills training and job support.
Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English Language Learning programs for domestic students are tuition-free at 18 public post-secondary institutions in British Columbia. School districts also provide tuition-free ABE programs.
Find funding, skills training, work experience, business support, and the assistive technologies you need to excel at the job.
WorkBC Centres are here to help you plan, find and train for your next job. Get started with virtual support or book a one-on-one meeting at your local WorkBC centre.
Apply for free on-the-job training through the Health Career Access Program.
Explore a career in B.C.’s booming construction industry. Ask your employer for help to upgrade your technical skills.
Explore a career helping young children learn and thrive. Apply for an ECE student bursary to help pay for your certificate.
Become an apprentice and earn-as-you learn with financial support from WorkBC’s Apprentice Service Program.
Explore a career in B.C.’s growing technology sector.
Explore a career helping B.C. businesses and organizations adapt and move forward.
Looking for a new career in a high-opportunity field? Get all the details you need to get job-ready, quickly — like qualifications, job duties, wages, and demand in your region.
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