non – apprenticeship
AT A GLANCE
Work environments for construction careers can be located outdoors or indoors or both. Work hours may vary as well. Some positions are seasonal while others are all year round, but part-time. Other positions are project-based and may require you to work full-time until the project is complete. And, of course there are careers that have full-time hours all year round.
Below is a list of workplaces where you might find opportunities to gain apprenticeship hours and/or experience:
Source: Apprenticeship Manitoba and Manitoba Prospects
MINI SKILLS ASSESSMENT
If you answer YES to the questions below, then a career as a Framer might be a great fit for you!
ESSENTIAL SKILLS PROFILES
The Government of Canada Job Bank has identified Nine Literacy and Essential Skills (Reading, Writing, Document Use, Numeracy, Computer Use, Thinking, Oral Communication, Working with Others, and Continuous Learning).
Below you will find links to the Essential Skills Profiles for this occupation and/or related ones:
To enter this field, you must be:
Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT), in partnership with the Manitoba Home Builders’ Association (MHBA) and Manitoba Construction Sector Council (MCSC) is offering the first Residential Framing course in Manitoba.
What you will learn:
This course includes:
Days: Monday – Friday evenings
Time: 4:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Tuition Fee: $2400.00 (textbooks are included)
Registration Deadline: February 20, 2017
Applicants should have successfully completed credits from a Canadian school or equivalent: