High School Partnership Programs
Building on our reputation as The Work School, Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology also offers vocational training for high school students under partnerships with the following school divisions:
Students have the opportunity to take their vocational training here at MITT, while completing their core studies at their home school, spending half a day at each location. Seats are limited. If you are a student in the above-listed school divisions and are interested in taking your training at MITT, please contact a counselor at your home school.
A new opportunity for young French speaking Manitobans
Starting in February 2017, MITT in partnership with the Division scolaire franco-manitobaine (DSFM) are launching a French-language version of the Electrical Applications program. This program is aimed at grade 11 and 12 students from the DSFM as well as for adults who meet the entry requirements.
Access to construction trades training in French is a first in Manitoba. Both trades programs will be accredited for level 1 by Manitoba Apprenticeship. By the end of their grade 12 year, graduates from these programs will have earned a grade 12 diploma, an MITT trade certificate, and level 1 accreditation by Manitoba Apprenticeship if they maintain an average of 70%.
With marketable skills, these grads will be well positioned to start a rewarding career, and continue their learning all the way to journeyperson qualification.
Read information on these new French-lanaguage trades programs.
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- Auto Mechanics (High School)
- CAD Technician (High School)
- Culinary Arts & Design (High School)
- Electrical Applications (High School)
- Graphic and Print Technician (High School)
- Hairstyling (High School)
- Industrial Electronics (High School)
- Industrial Mechanic / Millwright (High School)
- Industrial Welding (High School)
- Motosport Technician (High School)
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