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Manitoba Career and Workforce Development Month - November

November is Career and Workforce Development Month in Manitoba. Career and workforce development benefits industry, communities, and individuals and helps ensure we are meeting the changing demands of the economy by building an available, diversified and skilled labour force. Career development assists individuals explore careers options, make informed decisions about their learning, training and career paths and to successfully manage life and work transitions.

Career and Workforce Development Month is a wonderful opportunity for youth, educators, parents and job seekers to find out about the rich variety of sectors and industries in Manitoba. It is also a forum for businesses associations, non-profit agencies, service providers, schools, adult learning and literacy centres, and post-secondary institutions to connect with each other and share information about the jobs, programs, and services available.

The month of November will help to inspire Manitobans and showcase the tremendous amount of career and workforce development opportunities, supports and services that we have right here at home. Get involved in the many events and activities organized to support the career development planning process. All Manitoban’s are encouraged to plan or promote a related event (see below) and/or attend an event to learn more.


Upcoming Events

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Career Related Resource Links

Workforce Training and Employment - provides employment services across Manitoba including employment needs assessment, employment/career counselling, and referrals to community agencies, job search assistance, computer access, and additional employment services.

Adult Learning and Literacy - has information on improving your literacy skills, the Mature Student Diploma and the GED.

Post-Secondary Education - is your link to post-secondary and adult-focused programs & services.

Private Vocational Institutions - the purpose of this website is to provide information to those seeking to register a private vocational institution and for prospective and current students.

Apprenticeship Manitoba - with apprenticeship, you are paid to learn valuable, in-demand skills on your way to a rewarding career in the skilled trades. On this website, you will find out what apprenticeship has to offer from real people involved in the skilled trades. Read their blogs to follow them on their journey, as they share their experiences getting hands-on training in actual workplaces.

Manitoba Labour Market Outlook - identifies expected trends for the labour market based on an occupation forecasting model that projects labour market demand and supply for Manitoba occupations.

Manitoba Sector Councils - supports organizations in key Manitoba sectors to develop and deliver workforce training for new and existing employees to support businesses.

Government of Canada - Job Bank - is Canada’s national employment service. Services include job search, career planning, career quizzes and trend analysis.

Manitoba Career Prospects - is a career exploration program connecting educators, school counsellors, parents and youth with Manitoba business and industry.

 

Related Links:

Manitoba Student Aid - find out how to apply for financial assistance for post-secondary studies in the form of loans, bursaries and grants for eligible applicants.

Career Development | Manitoba Education - is your link to Career Development Education for Kindergarten-12 students and parents.

A Self-Managed Career Portfolio Guide | Manitoba Education - students are provided step-by-step instruction on how to put together a career portfolio.

Workplace Education Manitoba - learn about best practices for workplace Essential Skills consultation, assessment and training.