How to finance and enrol in training

Payment options

One lump sum

Pay everything upfront. This is the preferred arrangement and applies to courses under $5000. You can pay via Credit Card, Cheque, Paypal, or Wire Transfer.

Note: if you qualify for the BC Jobs Grant, you will be required to pay for training upfront.

Monthly instalments

In some circumstances, we accept monthly payments for the duration of the course via credit card. We require your last month’s payment upfront to hold your spot. The remaining payments kick-off the month of your first session. Important: Your tuition reserves a spot in a live training program that has been set aside for you. This spot cannot (without prior agreement) be transferred to someone else or credited to your account. Your credit card will be auto-billed each month until the full tuition is paid in accordance with your training agreement (even if you don’t complete the training).

BC company?

If the training tuition is being covered by a British Columbian corporation, you may be eligible for a training grant, which covers 60–100% of tuition (up to $5000).

Learn about the BC Employer Training Grant

The enrolment process


  1. To hold a spot, enrol in a course and pay your downpayment.
  2. Complete your registration and arrange the remainder of your course payment (upfront or monthly, if relevant).

How to pay for training

Our programs consistently provide a return on investment for the organizations that take them. Even so, we understand that there’s a big risk when taking any training… and since we’re in the business of risk-mitigation, here are a few ways to make sure you’re covered:

Things we teach apprentices

  • How to increase revenue on the projects they manage
  • How to catch scope creep before it happens, and instead use it to increase project value
  • How to keep projects on time and on budget
  • How to teach concepts back to your team, so everybody’s onboard
  • How to design and implement processes that get your organization humming

Things you can do

  • Make a contract with your apprentice for a minimum duration they should stay with the company
  • Have your apprentice subsidize a portion of their training via payroll deduction (then give them a nice fat raise when they’re done)
  • Charge more on your next few projects to cover training costs
  • Increase your rates and focus on value-based billing opportunities

Talk to us.

Learn more about our programs or just say hi.