HSAP

Training

High School Apprenticeship Program

The High School Apprenticeship Program (HSAP) lets you start apprenticeship while you are still in high school. It links regular Senior Years school instruction with paid, part-time, on-the-job apprenticeship training. You need a qualified and insured employer who will train you as an apprentice.

The HSAP coordinator at Apprenticeship Manitoba will work with you, your employer, and your school Guidance Counsellor to ensure that you meet all academic graduation requirements, and that you’re scheduled for work when you are not taking required high school classes.

Depending on the high school, you can find numerous HSAPs within Manitoba. Explore the links below to learn which school offer Apprenticeship Manitoba accredited programming in your trade:

HSAP graduates who complete trades training at these secondary schools should receive their Level 1 with Apprenticeship Manitoba. Always contact Apprenticeship Manitoba if you have any questions about the programs below and/or satisfying apprenticeship level requirements.

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Building & Trades Technology

Electrical/Electronics

Landscape Horticulturalist

Machining Technology

Mechanics

Plumbing

Welding

HSAP Winnipeg

Additional Trades Programs – Winnipeg
Secondary School: River East Transcona School Division Secondary School: Louis Riel School Division Secondary School: Seven Oaks School Division Secondary School: River East Transcona School Division Secondary School: Winnipeg School Division Secondary School: Winnipeg School Division

Secondary School: River East Transcona School Division

Kildonan East Collegiate

Vocational Technology Diploma

Auto Body, Carpentry, Climate Control, Electrical

Secondary School: Louis Riel School Division

Secondary School: Seven Oaks School Division

Maples Collegiate

Automotive Trades & Technology

 

Secondary School: River East Transcona School Division

Murdoch MacKay Collegiate

Building Construction

Woodworking

Electonics

Automotive Technology

HSAP Rural/Northern Manitoba

Additional Trades Programs in Northern/Rural Manitoba
Churchill Thompson Split Lake Nelson House Norway House Flin Flon The Pas Swan River Dauphin Russell Lundar Sagkeeng Selkirk Virden Brandon Portage la Prairie Winnipeg Steinbach Dominion City Saint-Jean-Baptiste Morris Altona Winkler Morden

Churchill

None available at this time

Thompson

R.D. Parker Collegiate

Carpentry - Technology Majors Program

Split Lake

None available at this time

Norway House

University College of the North - Norway House Regional Centre

Carpentry/Woodworking Certificate

Heavy Duty Mechanics

 

Flin Flon

None available at this time

The Pas

Margaret Barbour Collegiate

Grade 9 Courses

Intro: Drafting Design & Technology 10G

Intro: Power Mechanics Technology 10G

Intro: Woodwork Technology 10G

Grade 10 - 12 Courses

Power Mechanics Level 1 & 2

Building Construction Level 1

Welding Level 1

Dauphin

Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School

Heavy Vocational

Autobody, Carpentry, Power Mechanics, Welding & Machining

Russell

None available at this time

Lundar

Lundar School

Carpentry

Sagkeeng

None available at this time

Virden

Virden Collegiate

Industrial Arts
Power Mechanic

Winnipeg

View the map above for Additional Trade Programs in Winnipeg

Steinbach

Steinbach Regional Secondary School

Automotive Tech

Carpentry

Electrical

Welding

Saint-Jean-Baptiste

Morris

Benefits to HSAP

  • Earn up to eight supplemental academic credits for graduation
  • Have the chance to use state-of-the-art technology at work
  • Be paid a trade-specific rate of pay that is more than minimum wage
  • Use this work experience to get a full-time job
  • Apply your on-the-job hours to full-time apprenticeship training after graduation
  • Earn credits for your work experience if you later decide to be an apprentice in another trade
  • Use the skills you learn for a career in management or to start your own business

Talk to your school guidance counsellor or contact the HSAP Coordinator in Winnipeg at (204) 945-3337. Toll-free from within Manitoba, call 1-877-978-7233.

Download this brochure from Apprenticeship Manitoba for more information: