Heritage Training Fund

The Yukon Heritage Training Fund reviews applications on a quarterly basis. The annual intake deadlines are January 15, April 15, July 15 and October 15th.

The Yukon Heritage Training Fund (HTF) was designed to give Yukon residents the opportunity to increase their skills and knowledge in the heritage sector. All training approved through this fund must be directly related to increasing the employability of Yukon’s heritage workers and providing Yukon employers with a better-trained workforce.

The Yukon Heritage Training Fund (HTF) is funded by the Department of Education, Labour Market Programs and Services and is administered by the Yukon Historical & Museums Association (YHMA). Applications are reviewed by a committee of up to five members representing heritage sectors and are assessed based on eligibility, merit, fund priorities, and an ability to meet fund criteria.

If you would like to apply click here.


Training Opportunities

You may wish to check the following sites for training opportunities. Inclusion in this list does not indicate endorsement by YHMA.


Training Policy Committee

Yukon University Heritage and Cultural Certificate Program

YuWIN.ca Calendar & Events page

Volunter Bénévoles Yukon

Wayfinder Yukon

Binette Cultural Solutions

Educational Insitutions

University of Victoria Division of Continuing Studies - online course available

Athabasca University Heritage Resources Management Program - online courses available

Banff Centre Leadership & Indigenous Leadership Programs


Alberta Museums Association Certificate in Museum Studies

Alberta Museums Association Museum Visitor Experience Program

Association of Nova Scotia Museums

Archives Association of British Columbia - online courses available

British Columbia Museums Association

Canadian Conservation Institute (Direct link to Training and Learning Calendar here)

Canadian Heritage Information Network

Canadian Museums Association

Museums Association of Saskatchewan Courses and Programs