... competency-based instruction which responds to the changing needs of the learners and the community; person’s right to work and contribute to a positive work environment; person’s right to be trained; right employment of available resources; and community participation in students’ activities and programs. Since its first class commencement in 1985, the number of programs have grown to accommodate around 2,000 full-time students.
The College has two campuses: Henlow Campus and Pembina Campus. WTC specializes in career and technical training programs. Students have the option of interrupting their studies any time without losing their credits.
Winnipeg Technical College offers student services which include: Student Advisors, Learning Skills, Peer Tutor, and Special Education. Student Advisor services assist students in meeting educational goals and provide information on post-secondary education and training opportunities. Information and Referral services provide information on various types of student financial assistance and refer students to various community resources and government agencies. Personal Counselling assist students in dealing with personal issues which may affect their progress, attendance and personal life.
Winnipeg Technical College offers programs in its two campuses: HENLOW CAMPUS (Auto Mechanics, Carpentry, Culinary Arts & Design, Electrical Applications, Hairstyling, Industrial Electronics, Industrial Mechanic/Millwright, Industrial Welding, Internet Specialist, Microcomputer Systems Technician, Motosport Technician, Network Support Technician, Production Art, Technical Drafting, and Web Design) and PEMBINA CAMPUS (Business Administrative Assistant, Medical Administrative Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, and Rehabilitation Assistant).
The College does not offer financial assistance to students. Information about student financial assistance is available through the Manitoba Student Financial Assistance Branch.
Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of the Canadian province of Manitoba. Located at the eastern edge of the prairie region of Western Canada, Winnipeg plays a prominent role in transportation, finance, manufacturing, agriculture and education. Because all rail and highway traffic between eastern and western Canada must travel through or near the city, it is often called the "Gateway to the West".
The city is a cultural centre and is the home of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. It boasts historic architecture, scenic waterways, a heritage river, numerous parks including Assiniboine Park, and distinctive neighbourhoods. Winnipeg is home to the Hudson's Bay Company Archives, and is in the area of the original settlements and farms in the west. Winnipeg has laid claim to the title of World's Longest Skating Rink along the Red and Assiniboine rivers.