Scholarships & Financial Aid

We believe that all Canadians should have access to education and great jobs. This is why we committed to offering a variety of scholarships and low-risk financial aid options to help kick start your learning journey. Not sure where to start?
  • Flexible Monthly Payment Plan
  • The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG)
  • Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)
  • Second Career Program
  • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board Training Funding
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Flexible Monthly Payment Plan

Flexible Monthly Payment Plan means OCBL graduates pay very little upfront tuition in fact only $500, then start paying a set monthly tuition amount.
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    Second Career Program

    What is it?
    Second Career Program is a Government of Ontario funding initiative. You may qualify for up to $28,000 to cover your training expenses, according to your personal financial situation. Second Career funding may be used to pay for things like tuition, accommodation, materials and transport and is non-reimbursable.
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    The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG)

    The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) is offered bythe Government of Ontario to help companies excel in their employees. If you think that a course at HER Digital Academy might help excel in your career by getting a raise, receiving a promotion, or simply expanding your current skills, your employer can apply to receive this grant on your behalf.If approved, your employer can pay as little as 16% of the total cost of your course and associated expenses, and the government will cover the rest.
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    Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)

    What is it?
    RESP stands for Registered Education Savings Plan.
    How do I use my RESP?
    Provide required documentation to support your request. To withdraw money from an RESP, contact your RESP provider. They will ask to see official proof of enrolment before issuing the Educational Assistance Payment. They may also provide you with a list of allowable expenses that the money can be used for, or they may ask for receipts for school purchases to prove the money is being spent on allowable educational expenses.
    Am I eligible?
    You are eligible for Second Career Program financial aid if the following applies to you:
    • You have been laid off, on sick leave or maternity/ paternal leave; or your employment contract has ended;
    • You are unemployed or under-employed (less than 20 hours per week);
    • You are an Ontario resident;You wish to take one of our diploma programs.
    How do I apply?
    To apply for this financial assistance:
    • Prepare your resume and keep records of your job searches and applications
    • Come for a pre-assessment session with one of our admissions advisors
    • Make an appointment with an employment advisor at a government agency to confirm that you qualify
    • Find a program meeting your educational needs
    • Prepare all required documents
    • Send your Second Career application off for approval
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