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Financial Aid:

The Health and Beauty Canadian College is registered as a Ontario Career College under the
Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
Financial Assistance may be available to qualified students. Assistance and information will be
provided regarding loan applications. Tuition fees are tax deductible. We will issue tax receipts
for all tuition paid.
Our full time Hairstylist and Medical Esthetician programs are approved as Vocational Programs
under the Ontario Career Colleges Act, 2005.

The financial assistance programs that may be available are: 

o The Academy also offers a payment plan for qualified students.

o Government Assistance Programs such as Second Career Ontario.

Website: http://www.SecondCareerOntario.com/web/second_career

please visit www.ontario.ca/employment or call 1-800-387-5656

o Your local Bank – Student Lines of Credit on Career success in Canada awaits you. Windmill Microlending can help unleash your full potential. 

A low-interest loan from us can help you achieve career success in your dream
role.

About Windmill Microlending:

Windmill Microlending is a registered charity serving newcomers since 2005.

Windmill Microlending provides up to $15,000 microloans for skilled immigrants and refugees to pay for their Canadian licensing or training to restart or continue their careers in Canada.

Loans can be used to cover fees for licensing and qualifying exams, credential assessments, books, course materials, childcare or living allowance during the study period, English or French training, and other expenses to cover the costs of Canadian accreditation, training, and career development.

To determine if you are eligible for a Windmill loan, please visit :

https://referral.windmillmicrolending.org/l/KeyPartners/ 
Learn more about our founders:

 https://www.youtubecom/watch?v=gtRHkiet8bA&t=9s

o Lifelong learning program: The Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP), please visit

 www.cra.gc.ca

o Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB): this program assists eligible
candidates with rehabilitation, retraining and educational upgrading.

Please visit www.wsib.on.ca to see if you qualify.

o Aboriginal/First Nations: Aboriginal Affairs and

Northern Development Canada (AANDC)

 http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng

For any further assistance, please contact the Health and Beauty Canadian college Admissions Department by

contacting us directly at 1 416-917-4747.

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