Friday, 17 February 2017 11:37
Manitoba Investing in Vocational Programming and Industrial Arts
Mountain View School Division has a couple schools receiving money as part of a vocational and industrial arts funding announcement.
The province says it's investing $1.5-million in vocational and industrial arts programs.
$29,961 dollars is going to MVSD for Grandview School's woodworking program and the DRCSS' automotive technology and carpentry programs.
Education and Training Minister Ian Wishart says many of Manitoba's certified tradespeople will be retiring in the next decade, which means businesses throughout the province will be looking for skilled workers.
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