Manufacturing Production Worker Program
The Manufacturing Production Worker Program helps newcomers in Winnipeg improve their English language skills and provides them with a pathway into employment as production workers with manufacturing companies in Manitoba.
This program is part of the Refugee Employment Development Initiative (REDI) and is a joint programming initiative between Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) and Opportunities for Employment (OFE).
In this program, students have the opportunity to:
- Learn important language and communication skills for employment in a Canadian company
- Gain confidence through daily language practice, workplace culture lessons, and teacher feedback
- Develop the Essential Skills and technical skills needed to succeed in a manufacturing company in Manitoba
- Get help and support for school, work, and home from a dedicated team of specialists including educational assistants, counsellors, employment coaches, and more
|Class times||Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|Next start dates||Please contact MITT for upcoming start dates. See contact information below.|
To apply for this program, you must:
- Have come to Canada with granted refugee status or be an immigrant or Canadian citizen
- Have a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) between 1 – 4
- Be currently unemployed or working less than 20 hours per week
- Be available to study full-time
Please bring the following with you on your first visit to MITT:
- Landing Papers, Permanent Resident (PR) Card or Work Permit
- Social Insurance Number (SIN)
- WELARC Referral or LINC certificate
Part 1: Language Training
10 weeks at MITT – 609 Erin Street, Winnipeg, MB
Part 2: Employment Training
Up to 8 weeks at OFE – 294 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB
The Manufacturing Production Worker Program features two phases: sector-specific language training with MITT and occupation-specific employment training with OFE. Language training at MITT focuses specifically on the English skills necessary to succeed in employment as a production worker in the manufacturing sector.
Or find answers to frequently asked questions about the program.
Funding for this program provided by:
- The Manitoba Government
- The Government of Canada
Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions or concerns you have.