High School Partnership Programs
For more than 30 years, MITT has offered students in grade 11 and 12, studying in partner school divisions the opportunity to study in one of our post-secondary technical training programs. Earn high school credits, a post-secondary certificate, and learn valuable skills for life!
Who is eligible to study in the High School Partnership Program?
We proudly offer six program options for students studying in:
What programs are available?
- Automotive Technology
- Culinary Arts
- Electrical Trades Technology
- Welding Technology
- Motosport Technician (Subject to availability)
What are the benefits?
- Explore new careers/hobbies
- Fast-track to a new career
- Receive Apprenticeship Manitoba accredited training
- Learn valuable life skills
- Meet new friends
What does it cost?
Students studying in a partner school division can study in the high school partnership program, tuition free.
How does the program work?
Students spend a half-day completing academic subjects at their home high school, and the balance of their day in a technical training program at MITT. Upon successful completion, they will receive high school credits, and may be eligible to receive Apprenticeship Manitoba Accreditation for a skilled trade.
What is Apprenticeship?
Apprenticeship is the pathway to becoming a Red Seal Certified Skilled Tradesperson. Students studying in the High School Partnership Program may also receive Level-1 apprenticeship accreditation for a skilled trade. To achieve apprenticeship accreditation, students must complete the high school partnership program with an accumulative average of 70% or better in their program.
For more information on apprenticeship, please visit: www.gov.mb.ca/wd/apprenticeship/
How can students register?
Seats and transportation are limited. Students are highly encouraged to contact their high school guidance counsellor (preferably in grade 10), to confirm seat availability and registration details.
Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions or concerns you have.