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Career Planning

Career Planning Process:

  • Self-Assessment
    Learn more about yourself; what are your interests, aptitudes, skills, values, attitudes?
  • Researching and Exploring
    Examine categories/specific occupations.
  • Decision making and Action Planning
    Make decisions about school courses and training.
    Learn about job search techniques, preparing resume, covering letter, application forms.

 

Useful Links:


Career Cruising
  • Career Cruising is a self-exploration and planning program that helps people of all ages achieve their potential in school, career and life.

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Career Development Decision Making Model
  • Planning for the future
  • Looking for jobs
  • Life long career development 
Essential Skills Profile
  • Brief description of the occupation;
  • Examples of tasks that illustrate how each essential skill is applied; and,
  • Complexity ratings that indicate the level of difficulty of the example tasks.
Manitoba Steady Growth
  • The resources on this website will help you identify your strengths, locate the training you need and connect you with job opportunities so you can build your future here at home.
Youth Apprenticeship Program
  • The High School Apprenticeship Program and Provincial Accreditation through High School are two program options that offer dual credit which means that you can get credit towards your high school diploma AND credit towards your post-secondary apprenticeship program.
Province of Manitoba Apprenticeship Program
  • Apprenticeship is a work based post-secondary training program that leads to a Certificate of Qualification in a skilled trade. Most trade programs take 2-4 years to complete and they combine approximately 80 percent paid-on-the job training with 20 percent technical training in the classroom. 

 

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