Technology Education

Senior Years Technology Education Program

The Senior Years Technology Education program consists of 17 compulsory credits and an approved cluster of 8 to 14 compulsory technology education credits.

New Graduation Requirements for the Senior Years Technology Education Program (SYTEP) diploma. Effective September 2018, History of Canada 30F will become a compulsory credit for students graduating in 2020/21 and subsequent years.

Students wishing to graduate from a Senior Years Technology Education Program must fulfill the minimum 30 credit graduation requirement. A cluster of technology education courses must be an approved group of 8 to 14 department developed and/or approved courses which facilitate the transition from school to work.

The framework for structuring the credit courses and clusters are outlined in the Graduation Requirements for the Technology Education Program.


Technical-Vocational and Apprenticeship Manitoba Accredited Programs

Technical-Vocational Trades Training Presentation

Technical-Vocational Trades Training Presentation (Adobe Icon 23 KB)
The October 8th, 2020 Webinar presentation about High School Technical-Vocational and Apprenticeship Manitoba-Accredited Programs.


Technical-Vocational Education Overview

Technical-Vocational Education Overview

Technical-Vocational Education Overview (Adobe Icon 702 KB) Updated!
This document provides the philosophical and pedagogical underpinnings for the development of curriculum and the teaching of courses in the Senior Years Technology Education Programs (Technical-Vocational).


Exploration of Technical-Vocational Education: Manitoba Technical-Vocational Curriculum Framework of Outcomes

Grade 9 Exploration of Technical-Vocational Education (Draft 2016) (Adobe Icon 119 KB)


Note: At this time, UCC forms are only available for the following Technical Vocational Education clusters. Please choose the required curriculum framework of outcome document for the specific TVE cluster to access the UCC form.  

  1. Automotive Technology
  2. Cabinet and Furniture Making
  3. Carpentry
  4. Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology
  5. Electrical Trades Technology
  6. Esthetics
  7. Hairstyling
  8. Plumbing and Pipe Trades
  9. Welding Technology

Manitoba Technical-Vocational Curriculum Framework of Outcomes

  1. Automotive Technology
  2. Aviation and Aerospace Technologies
  3. Baking and Pastry Arts
  4. Broadcast Media
  5. Cabinet and Furniture Making
  6. Carpentry
  7. Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology
  8. Culinary Arts
  9. Dental Assisting
  10. Dental Technology
  11. Design Drafting
  12. Electrical Trades Technology
  13. Electronics Technology
  14. Esthetics
  15. Fashion Design and Technology
  16. Graphic Design
  17. Heavy Duty Equipment Technician
  18. Hairstyling
  19. Horticulture
  20. Interactive Digital Media
  21. Jewellery and Metalsmithing
  22. Machining Technology
  23. Mining Engineering Technology
  24. Motion Picture Arts
  25. Photography
  26. Pilot Ground School
  27. Plumbing and Pipe Trades
  28. Print Media
  29. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  30. Sound Engineering
  31. Sustainable Energy
  32. Welding Technology


April 2019 DRAFT Document

July 2014 DRAFT Document