Get a job in an in-demand, rewarding field that offers room to grow. MITT has skilled trades programs to launch your career, including Automotive Service Technician, CAD Technician, Carpentry, Electrical Applications (English and French), Electronics Technician, Graphic and Print Technician, Industrial Mechanic/Millwright, Industrial Welding and Motosport Technician.


Three Automotive Service Technician students standing underneath a car that has been raised with a lift

The Automotive Service Technician program provides students with the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to enter into the motor vehicle repair industry. Students will learn theory and its practical application while working on automobiles in a shop setting, by performing repairs, and by applying basic diagnostic and troubleshooting techniques.

CAD Technician students sitting around a table listening to the teacher lecturing

The CAD Technician program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to translate ideas, sketches and specifications into accurate working drawings using both manual and computer-assisted drafting techniques.

Two Culinary students standing in front of stove flipping vegetables in a skillet

The Culinary Arts and Design program provides students with the practical skills and knowledge required to enter the food service industry. The program is Level 1 apprenticeship accredited and allows experienced food production personnel to enhance existing skills.

Two Electrical Applications students working inside a house that is being built

The Electrical Applications program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, operate, troubleshoot, service and repair electrical equipment in residential, commercial and industrial settings. The program includes studies of motors, generators, transformers, electrical systems, and a wide variety of control equipment.

Electronics Technician student working with their teacher, testing a circuit board with various electronic testing equipment

The Electronics Technician program provides students with the fundamental knowledge and skills applicable to electronic and electrical components, and the devices and circuits used in industrial settings. These skills are acquired through a variety of theory and lab exercises, and through related projects including the construction of a power supply using electronic test equipment, fabrication equipment, and soldering.

Three Graphic and Print Technician students standing in front of a printing press

With our Graphic and Print Technician program, you will learn the entire process of printing production from design and pre-press, through to print production and post press finishing operations. You’ll receive a balance of solid theoretical background, valuable production skills and the appropriate work attitudes to prepare you for opportunities you’ll find in the design and printing industry. Best of all, at MITT we have the latest state-of-the-art digital press to learn and work with.

Two Hairstyling students standing with the teacher working on a mannequin's hair

The MITT hairstyling program gives you the edge you need to succeed. Studying in our full service salon, you will have the opportunity to practice and perform all types of top styling techniques, as well as men’s and women’s haircuts, colour or chemical texture service. The hairstyling program is accredited by Apprenticeship Manitoba and is designed in consultation with industry to ensure that our modern lessons meet the needs of employers.

Two Industrial Mechanic/Millwright students with their teacher working on a piece of machinery in a classroom setting.

Our renowned Millwright program trains you to diagnose problems in modern industrial machinery, and create solutions to keep things running smoothly. You might mill custom parts - or invent your own tools to get the job done. Students of this program regularly win provincial and national awards as they become sought-after professionals upon graduation.

Industrial Welder student, welding a square box

The Industrial Welding program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design and build products by cutting and joining ferrous and non-ferrous materials. Students will design and fabricate projects using current welding and fabrication equipment, which simulates an industrial shop environment. The MITT welding program is affiliated with CWA (Canadian Welding Association), CWB (Canadian Welding Bureau) and the Department of Labor.

Three Motosport Technician students and their teacher working on an ATV

The Motosport Technician program provides students with the knowledge to develop skills in tool and equipment operation required to maintain, repair or rebuild motorcycles, snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles. Students will build a foundation on vehicle systems including tune-up and diagnostics and learn about advanced technologies such as fuel injection and anti-lock brake systems.

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Frequently Asked

You can see which program are currently available for international students here.
Full information for International students applying to MITT can be found here.
As an institution dedicated to student success, we recommend you find a program that fits your career goals. Check out the resources on the Career Development Services page or email for more information.
While we do not offer student residences, our campuses are located in safe and vibrant neighbourhoods in South Winnipeg. Please refer to the resources found here.
Check out the programs listed by the campus [PDF] chart as well as campus maps for Fultz [PDF], Henlow [PDF], and Pembina [PDF].
From an English exempt country, proficiency in English may be demonstrated by one of the following methods:
As a public institution, MITT is pleased to offer international students an affordable post-secondary education experience. Tuition and fees vary by program. For program-specific details, please view Tuition & Fees.
Please find more information on how you can be eligible for a PGWP, visit this page: PGWP (Post-Graduation Work Permit). To learn more about applying to PGWP, Contact International Recruitment.
The international Recruitment Team hosts a bi-weekly MITT International Cafe where we connect with small groups of prospective international students, provide program advice, and answer any questions they may have.

MITT also has a team of regional recruitment specialists who provide real-time support to students in their home countries. These are independent consultants under contract with MITT. Connect with our Regional Recruitment Specialists.

For additional support, please email us.
You need a study permit if your course or program is longer than 6 months. To learn more about study permits and visas, visit this page: PGWP (Post-Graduation Work Permit).
Every international student at MITT is enrolled in a mandatory health plan which gives students access to health care services. For more information regarding the coverage and details please refer to the following site.

Website: International Student Health Insurance.
If you are an authorized agent, please refer to our International Recruitment Agents web page. If you would like to become a recruitment agent with MITT, please email our agents email address.