Set to begin on November 20, the new evaluation system will give priority to applicants who:
• are gaining new skills for a high-demand occupation
• have been unemployed for a long period of time
• are working toward a college certificate, diploma or license
• have a high-school education or less, or postsecondary education credentials that are not recognized in Ontario
Applicants will be assessed on financial need and may be asked to contribute to their training. Second Career participants will now be allowed to attend school on a part-time basis. Applicants must demonstrate the career they want to train for is in demand.
The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities will give priority to applicants who have waited the longest and those with January course starts. The government says it expects Second Career to help 8,000 laid-off workers by spring 2010.
The Ontario Association of Career Colleges will be following up with the Ministry and will provide members with more details as they become available.
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