Program participants will receive digital skills training to enhance employability in the energy sector in the areas of data analytics and web development. Reposition yourself for success in Canada's energy future.
This fully funded program offers flexible monthly start dates, a tech stipend for participants in need and supports to help you successfully level up your career.
Building a Workforce for Canada’s Energy Future is a project funded by the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Workforce Solutions Program (SWSP), offered for a limited time.
The project will inform and support Canada’s evolving energy economy and target of net-zero emissions by addressing gaps in:
Lighthouse Labs was launched in 2013 with the goal of finding innovative ways to train the next generation of tech talent. In an age of technological disruption across every industry, our mission is to give Canadians the skills they need to find long-lasting careers in a digital workforce. We've since delivered hands-on technology and data education to over 40,000 Canadians, equipping them with the relevant tools to thrive in the future of work.
With the support of a brilliant team of instructors and mentors, we continue to empower students, launch careers, and contribute to the incredible growth of Canada's tech industry.
Download our curriculum packages for a more detailed look into our programs, educational philosophy, and how we support you throughout your learning journey and beyond.
Please note: Full-time programs offered through the Building a Workforce for Canada’s Energy Future program are now full.
Current, new or evolving energy sector workers
Be able to communicate in and understand English
Other racialized Canadians or visible minorities
Newcomers (immigrants and permanent residents, 0 to 5 years)
Persons with disabilities
Please note that you must also be legally entitled to work in Canada and be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or refugee.
Careers in Energy is a division of Energy Safety Canada. Its mandate is to develop leading-edge research, tools and resources to increase awareness of the energy industry and career opportunities and to support attraction and retention of a skilled and productive workforce. Energy Safety Canada is a national health and safety authority that develops training, tools and resources and shares and promotes best practices to ensure workers in the industry perform work efficiently, competently and safely.
Funded by the Government of Canada's Sectoral Workforce Solutions Program.