Student Resources

Explore tools created to help you get the most from this program.


Careers in Trades provides all the information you need for choosing a trade and pursuing it to a successful career.

Conference Board of Canada Future Skills Centre

This website outlines the skills that are expected to be in demand in the near future and provides information on how to pursue them.

Manitoba Trades

This site includes profiles of the many trades available in Manitoba, as well as further information on how to pursue them.

Red Seal Program

A Red Seal Endorsement (RSE) is a seal on your provincial trade certificate that shows you have the knowledge and skills necessary to practice your trade anywhere in Canada.

Skills Canada Manitoba

The Skills Canada and Skills Canada Manitoba sites are useful resources for information on pursuing the trades in Manitoba and Canada.

Trade Up Manitoba

Trade Up Manitoba provides information on Manitoba's construction industry, including in-depth looks at both apprenticeable and non-apprenticeable careers in the province.


General Resources

Apprenticeship Manitoba Forms

This Apprenticeship Manitoba site compiles the necessary forms and applications to get started.

Employment Standards for Young Employees

The Manitoba government Employment Standards website includes a fact sheet of employment standards for young employees.

Supporting Women in the Trades

The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum has led the development of a National Strategy to Support Women in the Trades.

The Office to Advance Women Apprentices Manitoba

The Office to Advance Women Apprentices Manitoba was created to engage and support tradeswomen working in construction trades in the province. Its website includes useful contact information


Safety Resources

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Certification Course

This SAFE Work Manitoba course is intended to familiarize workers who work with or may be exposed to hazardous products at work with WHMIS 2015. It reviews the classification of hazardous products, product labels and safety data sheets, and incorporates specific legislation from the Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Act and Regulations.

SAFE Workers of Tomorrow Home Page

SAFE Workers of Tomorrow is a program offering free presentations to Manitoba students on workplace safety for young workers.

Safe Workers of Tomorrow

Safe Workers of Tomorrow resource booklet including a useful safety quiz for students.



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