Subsidies and funding from the region

Several regions and municipalities have funding opportunities. Think of regional subsidies or training vouchers. There are also Regional Mobility Teams (RMTs) in every region, which may be able to help you. We have gathered the options for you.

For people in western North Brabant: DigiPower ‘Green Deal’

Do you live or work in North Brabant? Then you can get a 50% discount on our courses! Half of your training will be paid from the DigiPower ‘Green Deal’ subsidy; the other half will be paid by a co-financier. This can be an employer, the UWV if you are unemployed, or by yourself. Techionista Academy is one of only four trainers in the Netherlands to be allowed to run this – EU-funded – subsidy. Good deal right?

Training voucher for people in Twente

Do you work or live in Twente? Then you can apply for a training voucher via ikbindr.nl. With this, you can get 50% of the training costs reimbursed up to a maximum of € 2,500. The other 50% you pay yourself, or can be taken over by a government agency such as the UWV, or by your employer. Note: keep in mind that it takes 4 to 6 weeks before you know whether you are eligible for a training voucher. Your training at Techionista Academy may only start after that. Watch the video above for more information.

Zwolle Region Development Fund

If you work in the Zwolle region as an employee or as a self-employed person, you can get up to 50% discount, with a maximum of €2,500 euros on one of our courses. If you are employed, your employer must apply for this on your behalf. As a self-employed person, you do it yourself. Watch the video above for more information, or take a look at the website of Development Fund Regio Zwolle.

Opijver: Achterhoek Talent Fund

For those who are between 18 and 67 years old, living or working in the Achterhoek (in the municipalities of Aalten, Berkelland, Bronckhorst, Doetinchem, Oost Gelre, Oude IJsselstreek, Montferland or Winterswijk), there is Opijver. That is the Achterhoek Talent Fund, which allows you to follow a training worth € 2500. More information can be found on their website.

Regional Mobility Teams

Throughout the Netherlands, you will find as many as 35 so-called Regional Mobility Teams. They can help pay for your training. RMTs may be willing to pay (part of) your training costs, depending on your personal, and financial circumstances. To find your RMT and contact them, visit the RMT Web site.