History, Affiliations and Rankings
Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology in Canada has been providing education to its students over the past 35 years. Established in 1983, the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) was named the South Winnipeg Technical Vocational Centre. Later in 2014, it received its current name and it still continues to provide high-quality secondary and post-secondary skills training. MITT is a recognized Designated Learning Institute (DLI) in Canada.
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
The Institute has its campuses in Manitoba, Henlow, Fultz, Pembina, Erin and the main street campus. The main campus of Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology covers the fields of Technology, Vocational Training, and Adult Education. It is an Institute that assists individuals in getting placed according to the country’s labour market needs. The academic syllabus covers English Language Arts, History of Canada, Mathematics, Physical and Health Education. Students can also go for additional subjects that are web-based courses from the Department of Education. Taking additional courses will add extra credits to the degree. Technical programs like Automotive Technology, Culinary Arts, Electrical Trades Technology, Hairstyling, Motosport Technician, and Welding Technology are also a part of Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology offerings.
Accomplishments and Alumni
Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology is the only university in Manitoba that integrates employability skills training into every program that it offers. It has a wide network of its alumni that are spread across the global. Kyle Anderson- Superintendent, Westland Construction, Denise Felbel- Data Integrity and Training Analyst, HSG (Medical Administrative Assistant), Geraldine Santos-Barenia - manager of Admission, HSC (Medical Administrative Assistant), Andrew Perchaluk - Technology Services, University of Manitoba (Network Computer Technology), Payam Towfigh - Presidents State Industries and State Mix (Electronics Technician Formerly Industrial Electronics) are the notable alumni of MITT.
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
The Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology has a good reputation for the placement of its students in leading industries. The Institute in partnership with many companies helps students to get jobs in industries. Many local, as well as multinational companies, are educational partners of MITT that gives students real industry exposure the students. McDonald’s, Walmart, Subway, Tim Hortons, Royal Bank of Canada, Shaw Communications, 7-Eleven and other organizations are where a majority of Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology students work.