Trades & technology training
Trades training programs
Our paid technical and trades-related training programs include indentured apprenticeships and non-indentured apprenticeships. Employment in these programs provides the opportunity to receive job training and work experience leading to journeyman status and post-journeyman development.
Indigenous pre-placement programs
We have pre-placement programs for Indigenous candidates who do not meet the minimum academic qualifications of our power line technician program or our power electrician training program. These pre-placement programs provide paid academic upgrading and on-the-job training and experience. These are 6-month programs with no guarantee of continued employment upon completion:
Pre-placement programs for women
Manitoba Hydro is committed to achieving and maintaining a workforce that reflects the demographics of our province and the communities we serve. Currently, women are underrepresented in our skilled trades. We want to improve this by introducing more women to this highly rewarding and exciting area of work. These paid pre-placement programs are for women with limited trades-related experience that will provide them with an opportunity to develop the skills required to successfully compete for a position in either the power electrician or power line technician training programs. Educational upgrading will also be provided for candidates who do not meet the minimum academic requirements. These are 6-month programs with no guarantee of continued employment upon completion.
- Power line technician pre-placement program for women;
- Power electrician pre-placement program for women.
Technology training programs
We offer 2-year technology-related training programs that include guided field experience gained by rotation through various departments and approximately 1,100 hours of classroom and hands-on learning.
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