Government of Manitoba - Career Development

Career Development

Explore Education and Training: CE and Skills Development

Adult Learning and Literacy

There are many reasons for returning to learning. Maybe your goal is to: - Get help with everyday reading and math skills - Get your high school diploma - Complete high school credits to prepare for college or university - Get a job. Whatever your reason for returning to learning, you may find the help you need at one of the many Adult Literacy Programs or Adult Learning Centres found in Manitoba.

GED Program

Many adults (persons 19 years of age or older) have earned Senior Years equivalency diplomas based on performance on the General Educational Development (GED) Tests. In Manitoba, GED Tests are available in English and Français. GED diplomas are recognized by most employers and some community colleges and universities. They may be accepted for employment, apprenticeship admission, and other training programs.

Post Secondary Institutions in Manitoba - Continuing Education

This is a listing of post secondary training Institutions in Manitoba.

Private Vocational Institutions

This link gives you a list of registered private vocational institutions in Manitoba, and a list of the programs and courses they offer.

Campus Manitoba

Campus Manitoba (CMB) is a program designed to facilitate access to post-secondary education within the province of Manitoba.

SchoolFinder.com

Find information on more than 1,700 universities, colleges and career colleges in Canada, including admission requirements, costs, programs and contact details. View interactive virtual campus e-Tours™. Search by keyword for programs, schools, careers and scholarships. Use the powerful advanced search for Canadian schools and scholarships to get customized results. Get recruited by a university, college or career college using Recruit Me!™ - request information with the click of a mouse!

Job Bank

The Job Bank is a free bilingual service that supports job seekers to access a variety of career development, career exploration and job search resources. The Job Bank also provides supports to employers to help them find the right individuals to meet their needs.

Workplace Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition

Workplace Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition is a process used to identify, document, assess and recognize skills and knowledge. Learning takes place in many situations including: work, hobbies, family and life, military, volunteer activities, travel, independent study, formal education, and workplace training. In PLAR, individuals prove learning in a variety of ways.

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