The Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (formerly Winnipeg Technical College) offers classes in food services, network security and connecting Aboriginals to manufacturing. These courses and programs are available from the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology in conjunction with The University of Winnipeg.
The joint Restaurant and Food Services Entrepreneurship Diploma is an 18-month diploma program that offers courses entitled Introduction to Food Services, Introduction to Business I and II, Advanced Baking and Desserts, Fundamentals of Marketing and Introduction to Soups, Stocks and Sauces. The program provides both theoretical and hands-on instruction and focuses heavily on the business side of the industry.
The joint program in network security provides information technology skills, especially as they relate to preventing hacking and other security risks. Protocols, network standards, designs and security solutions are among the topics of study, and the program also provides hands-on experience.
The combined Connecting Aboriginals to Manufacturing program provides a pathway for Aboriginal people on reserves, such as those of the Peguis First Nation and Fisher River Cree Nation, to enter the manufacturing workforce. As of 2015, the program receives funding from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. This full-time program takes eight months to complete and features courses that impart different manufacturing skills.