Our resources have been provided to us through our amazing partners and funders as well as provincial and federal government initiatives. If you are ineligible or unable to register for our programs, we strongly suggest you look through these resources that could help you in your journey towards a career in IT.

National Resources

Start developing your skills for free with learning paths from LinkedIn Learning and Microsoft Learn, then practice tech skills in the GitHub Learning Lab.
Google offers free training, tools, and events to help you grow your skills, career, or business.
For youth in low-income communities, Pathways to Education provides the resources and network of support to graduate from high school and build the foundation for a successful future.

The YMCA offers English language programs and services that give residents a change to connect with others in their communities including healthcare, employment, education and more.

Provincial Resources

Our provincial resources are available only in the 6 provinces where NPower Canada’s programs are available.

Additional Resources

Learn with Rumie is a collection of short learning experiences (called Bytes) that focus on building transferable career and life skills. Each Byte is a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge and abilities in under 10 minutes. is a website for newcomer youth in Ontario. If you’re new to Ontario or just need information about your settlement, this site has all the information you need!