Find your future in tech

Technology is central to every opportunity in Newfoundland & Labrador. Want to put your passion and curiosity to work in a diverse, inclusive, rewarding field you love? Look no further.

Technology is reshaping the way we work in every sector.

Whether you’re looking to launch your career or help your business adapt and grow, a wave of tech career opportunities are on the horizon for our province!

techNL and the Government of Canada are making funding available NOW for flexible tech education and upskilling programs that will take your career or business to new heights.

everywhere we look,
tech is redefining

Featured Programs & Services

Sales Training for Rural Businesses

Learn to craft a deal like a pro.

Part Time | Online | September 2023

Tech Focused Career Readiness

Pursue training and employment in tech and skilled trades.

Ongoing Opportunities

Cybersecurity Micro-Credentials

Learn network defence.

Part Time | Registration Now Open

AWS Micro-credentials

Validate your cloud computing expertise.

Part Time | Registration Now Open

Working in tech looks different for everyone – want a peek into what’s possible for your future? Explore growing industries and in-demand careers across the province to discover which path is right for you!

Are you a woman or gender-diverse individual looking to get into tech?

Learn more about our career resource services to help you get started.

Find Yourself in Tech

Let your personality do the talking. In just ten questions, explore careers and programs that are the right fit for you and can lead you to your future in tech!

Not sure where to go next?

Interested in education and upskilling opportunities but not sure which program is the right fit for you or your business? Fill out the form below to be contacted by one of our career coordinators.

students in class


To be eligible for funding under the program, participants must meet all the following criteria:

  • Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or persons who have been granted refugee status in Canada;
  • Legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial and federal legislation and regulations;
  • Reside in Newfoundland & Labrador.

Each partner may have additional eligibility criteria for their respective programs.

Individuals of equity priority groups will be prioritized to support diversity and the long-term success of the tech ecosystem across the province.

Education Partners

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Workforce Solutions Program.