Workforce Development

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There are over 55 trade programs in Manitoba. If you have any questions about any of the programs offered, please contact a Manitoba Jobs and Skills Development Centre.

Explore trade programs and pathways towards skilled trades certification.

Understanding Compulsory Trades

Types of Trades

Trade Profiles

Agricultural Equipment Technician Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)
Aircraft Maintenance Journeyperson Instrumentation and Control Technician
Automotive Painter Insulator (Heat and Frost)
Automotive Service Technician Ironworker (Generalist)
Boilermaker Landscape Horticulturist
Bricklayer Lather (Interior Systems Mechanic)
Cabinetmaker Machinist
Carpenter Marine and Outdoor Power Equipment Technician
CNC Machinist Motor Vehicle Body Repairer (Metal and Paint)
Concrete Finisher Painter and Decorator
Construction Craft Worker Partsperson
Construction Electrician Plumber
Cook Pork Production Technician

Crane and Hoisting Equipment Operator
Branches:
- Mobile Crane Operator
- Boom Truck Hoist Operator
- Tower Crane Operator

Power Electrician
Pre-Engineered Building Erector
Railway Car Technician
Recreation Vehicle Service Technician
Diesel Engine Mechanic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic (Commercial)
Subcomponent:
- Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic (Residential)
Electric Motor System Technician
Electrologist
Esthetician
Subcomponents:
- Nail Technician
- Skin Care Technician
Rig Technician
Roofer
Sheet Metal Worker
Floorcovering Installer Sloped Roofer
Gas Turbine Repair and Overhaul Technician Sprinkler System Installer
Gasfitter (Commercial)
Subcomponent:
- Gasfitter (Domestic)
Steamfitter-Pipefitter
Tool and Die Maker
Transport Trailer Technician
Hairstylist Truck and Transport Mechanic
Heavy Duty Equipment Technician Water and Wastewater Technician
Industrial Electrician Welder