Work-Integrated Learning and Career Services

Virtual Recruitment Event: Manitoba Hydro, Sept. 23, 2021

September 16, 2021

Are you interested in learning more about a career as a Power Electrician or Mechanical Technician with Manitoba Hydro? Join us at the upcoming Manitoba Hydro information session!

Manitoba Hydro – Virtual Trades Information Session

Thursday, September 23, 2021
6:00 pm

Content will include an overview of our Power Electrician/ Mechanical Technician pre-placement programs. These paid positions offer the trades experience and academic upgrading needed to compete for a future career in Manitoba Hydro’s Power Electrician or Mechanical Technician Training programs (4 year apprenticeships).

You will hear from employees currently working in these trades, including their experiences as trainees, and be able to ask them questions throughout the session.  You can join with an internet browser to view the video or by telephone (audio only).

To register

Register by sending the following information to with the subject line “Pre-placement info session”

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Where you are located (e.g. Selkirk, MB)
  • Will you join by internet (video/audio) or telephone (audio only)?
  • Questions you would like to be covered in the presentation

Accessibility accommodation requests and questions can be submitted to

Prior to the event, an MS Teams event link and instructions to join by internet or telephone will be emailed to you for the session.

Deadline to register: Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Manitoba Hydro is recruiting now for:

  • Pre-placement Power Electrician/ Mechanical Technician training program for women
  • Indigenous Pre-placement Power Electrician/ Mechanical Technician training program
  • Construction labourers

For more information, visit: Manitoba Hydro – Trades & Technology Training


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