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Frontier School Division
Technical Vocational Education

​In middle years, Technical Vocational Education generates interest and engagement in practical, hands-on activities among our middles years through various activities within our industrial arts shops, home economic kitchens, and sewing centres.

At the high school level, we offer a wide range of technical vocational programming at two of our major centres: Helen Betty Osborne Inninew Education Resource Centre and Northern Technical Centre at Frontier Collegiate. Programming includes:

  • Carpentry
  • Culinary Arts
  • Hair-styling
  • Mechanics
  • Welding
  • Woodworking
When facilities are unavailable, our mobile trades trailers allow for programming such as introductory activities in woodworking, welding and mechanics.

Other Programs:

​Frontier also provides access to Technical Vocational programming in four major program areas:

  • 4 + 1 Program
  • CareerX
  • Engaged Learners Program
  • Expanded Options Program
These programs provide introductory and exploratory opportunity for Technical Vocational Education in a variety of areas: carpentry, computer programming, culinary arts, design media, drone technology, gaming, geographic positioning systems, hair-styling, mechanics, robotics, and welding to name a few.

Northern Skills Competition

Frontier School Division also has students participate in the Northern Skills competition as part of the Skills Manitoba and Skills Canada competitions.

For more information, please contact:

Grant Kreuger 
Technical Vocational Coordinator

Garry Neufeld 
Technical Vocational Project Officer