How it works

At NPower Canada, we believe that our work is not just about securing a job for our graduates, but to foster a lifetime of learning and earning. Here’s what to expect when you apply today.


How it works


Read the eligibility criteria

  • Each program may have specific criteria for who is accepted into the program – make sure you are applying appropriately.

Complete the online application

  • Once you apply someone on our admissions team will call or email you directly.

Attend a Tech Wednesday info session

  • Not sure which program is right for you? Attend one of our Tech Wednesday virtual info sessions to meet the staff and ask questions before you apply.

Participate in an Interview

  • One you apply an NPower Canada staff person will contact you as part of our selection process. We will then notify you of the final decision.

Join the class - online

  • Currently all of our classes are online. Once admitted, get ready to learn and earn the certifications that will help launch your IT career.

Get to work

  • We will help you land a full-time job using the skills and you’ve learned. Our team will help you with interview prep and connect you with employers to Launch your IT career.


Need more information?


For general program enquiries contact: outreach@npowercanada.ca

For information related to your application contact: admissions@npowercanada.ca


Program Eligibility


We care committed to serving those who need us the most. Each program has specific eligibility criteria or prerequisites please consult program pages.

  • Completed high school diploma, or GED
  • Be legally able to work in Canada, have a work permit valid for at least one year
  • Have strong English language proficiency (e.g. CLB Level 7/8)

Young Adults

Junior IT Analyst, Junior Data Analyst, Junior Security and QA Analyst

  • Be between 18 to 29 years of age
  • Have completed high school, or GED
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Be motivated to work
  • Be legally able to work in Canada; have a work permit
  • Have strong English language proficiency (e.g. CLB Level 7/8)
  • Experience barriers to pursuing post-secondary education and securing sustainable employment

 

Alumni & ReNEW Programs:

Google Associate Cloud Engineer, Google Automation with Python, ReNEW - Tech Reskilling

  • Have completed high school, or GED
  • Be motivated to work
  • Be legally able to work in Canada; have a work permit
  • Have strong English language proficiency (e.g. CLB Level 7/8)
  • There are additional criteria specific to each program