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The Trades and Technology faculty represents a significant opportunity to build on the proud histories, talented staff and proven track records of superior technical training in the province.  The faculty is positioning itself as an educational entity within UCN which is flexible and responsive to meet the changing needs of the northern and provincial economies.
 
UCN’s Trades and Technology programs seek to address current and future labour market shortages by providing a continuing supply of skilled human capital to industries and communities, in the North and beyond.
 
We are pleased to report that the faculty was very successful in accomplishing many of its stated goals this year.  This year the faculty has demonstrated good leadership and achievements in many areas. Through the work of individual instructors, coordinators, the dean and administrative assistant the faculty has developed new programming for internal approval; initiated project proposals; developed and implemented the Skills Challenge event; initiated and participated in a number of effective outreach/recruitment opportunities; and developed a successful Girls Exploring Trades and Technology (GETT)project.                                                              
 
The successes that the Trades and Technology Faculty has enjoyed during 2009-2010 can be attributed to its dedicated staff and the many individuals, agencies, organizations and businesses that partnered with the faculty in serving the education and training needs of students and communities.  The faculty wishes to thank all those who were involved during the year.
 
UCN’s faculty of Trades and Technology offers training programs in:
 
·         Apprenticeship Training
 
·         Automotive
 
·         Basic Electrical
 
·         Carpentry/Woodworking
 
·         Culinary Arts

·         Facilities Technician
 
·         Heavy Duty Mechanics

·         Industrial Welding
 
The traditional Industrial Trades programs are all accredited with the Apprenticeship Branch to deliver the Level 1 In-School Technical Training.
UCN is an established provincial institution with a provincial mandate to deliver all levels of the Industrial Mechanics (Millwright) Apprenticeship training as well as the Industrial Electrician Apprenticeship Technical In-school training levels 3 and 4.
  • The Pas Campus Box 3000, 436 - 7th Street East, The Pas, MB R9A 1M7 Telephone: (204) 627-8500 / Toll Free: (866) 627-8500
  • Thompson Campus 55 UCN Drive, Thompson, MB R8N 1L7 Telephone: (204) 677-6450 / Toll Free: (866) 677-6450
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