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Revised Training Grant Scheme

HRDC Briefing Session at the MEF (20 February 2014)

As announced in the National Budget Speech 2014, the rate of levy attributable to the HRDC has increased from 0.5% to 1% for the next three years, that is, from 2014 up to 2016. In this context, the HRDC organised a one-hour presentation at the MEF, Ebene to sensitise Mauritian employers on the changes being brought to the HRDC Training Grant System.

National Training Fund

The Human Resource Development Council, which has been set up under the HRD Act of 2003, has, interalia, been vested with the responsibility to administer, control and operate the National Training Fund. This Fund provides the necessary incentive to employers to develop their human resources.

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Eligibility for Grants

Operation of the Grant System

Grant Application Forms

G1 Form

To obtain approval of a training course or programme, employers must fill in a G1application Form. All manual G1 applications should reach the HRDC at least 5 working days prior to the start of the course whereas all Online G1 applications (www.levy.hrdc.mu) should be submitted at least 3 working days only before the commencement date of the approved course or programme.

Documents to be submitted:

  1. List of participants for each batch / session.
  2. Detailed time table specifying exact course date(s) and daily start and ending time.
  3. Venue/s of training for the whole duration of the course.


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Employers tax rate and grant refund formulae

Rate of Refund

For in-house and institutional-based training courses, the HRDC training grant refund will depend on the employer’s tax rate as follows :







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Grant ceiling calculator

Please use our online grant ceiling calculator for computing your indicative annual grant ceiling.

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Deadline for submission of Application form for Refund

All grant application for refund together with all relevant documents must reach the HRDC by 30th September of the following year preceding the ending date of the course falling in the preceding year ending 30th June.

Applications for refund submitted after the due date will be accepted provided that applications are fully completed and accompanied with all the relevant documents and are received at the HRDC within 2 months after the date limit of 30th September.  A penalty of 25% of the amount refundable for the late application will be imposed by the HRDC

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Online Grant System

Employers can avail of the online system for the submission of G1 and G3 Form.

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