Employer Resources

Explore tools created to help you get the most from this program.


Apprenticeship Manitoba Information for Employers

The Apprenticeship Manitoba website includes this useful information for employers on hiring apprentices.

Access Manitoba

Access Manitoba is a self-service website enabling Manitobans to transact with a variety of business, employment, and training-related provincial government organizations. For information on how to report student-apprentice hours, see the FAQs at

Employer Guide by Apprenticeship Manitoba

This resource is a comprehensive guide for employers who are interested in hiring an apprentice in Manitoba.

Financial Supports for Apprentices and Employers

The Apprenticeship Manitoba General Information page provides useful information on financial supports available to both apprentices and their employers.

Training Plan Worksheet

Apprenticeship Manitoba has provided the following training plan template for employers who are developing their training strategy.

Winnipeg Construction Association (WCA)

WCA offers a one-day course for journeypersons who work with apprentices. Information is available on its webpage at


General Resources

Apprenticeship Manitoba Forms

This Apprenticeship Manitoba site compiles the necessary forms and applications to get started.

Employment Standards for Young Employees

The Manitoba government Employment Standards website includes a fact sheet of employment standards for young employees.

Supporting Women in the Trades

The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum has led the development of a National Strategy to Support Women in the Trades.

The Office to Advance Women Apprentices Manitoba

The Office to Advance Women Apprentices Manitoba was created to engage and support tradeswomen working in construction trades in the province. Its website includes useful contact information and resources for women pursuing a career in the trades.


Safety Resources

Construction Safety Association of Manitoba (CSAM)

The CSAM website is a resource of safety and health information, tools, and resources, as well as information on certification.


SiteReadyMB is an interactive construction site safety course to prepare individuals for entering or re-entering the Manitoba construction industry or to assist those who want to upgrade their skills.

Apprenticeship Manitoba's Trade Safety Awareness Package

This Apprenticeship Manitoba site provides general information for educators about apprenticeship training.

Safety Preparation for Student Work Experience

This safety plan framework outlines important items to consider when preparing a safety plan for student work experience/ placements.

Safe Work Manitoba Home Page

Safe Work Manitoba, a division of the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba, is responsible for promoting workplace safety and preventing workplace injuries and illness.

Safety Inspections

This site provides an overview of scheduled workplace safety inspections that are conducted in accordance with Section 7.4(5)(e) of The Workplace Safety and Health Act.

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Certification Course

This SAFE Work Manitoba course is intended to familiarize workers who work with or may be exposed to hazardous products at work with WHMIS 2015. It reviews the classification of hazardous products, product labels and safety data sheets, and incorporates specific legislation from the Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Act and Regulations.

SAFE Workers of Tomorrow Home Page

SAFE Workers of Tomorrow is a program offering free presentations to Manitoba students on workplace safety for young workers.

Safe Workers of Tomorrow Resource Booklet

Safe Workers of Tomorrow resource booklet including a useful safety quiz for students.



Senior Years Technology Education Program Unit
Phone: 204-945-1857
Toll‑Free: 1‑800‑282‑8069, ext.1857 Email: tve@gov.mb.ca