FTM and the Manitoba Construction Sector Council (MCSC) Partner to Conduct Joint Career Counseling Session for Careers in Construction

“The partnership with Film Training Manitoba has broadened the scope of work available to new entrants in construction! Trades positions are high in demand and the opportunities are endless!”
Carol Paul, Executive Director of the Manitoba Construction Sector Council

Cost: Free

Film Training Manitoba (FTM) and the Manitoba Construction Sector Council (MCSC) have developed a joint partnership to conduct a virtual presentation on opportunities available for construction workers and tradespeople.  

The two organizations are members of Manitoba’s Sector Council program through the Department of Economic Development and Training and support workforce development in Manitoba.

With the substantial growth in Manitoba’s film industry, carpenters, electricians, and other tradespeople who help create the sets and other builds are needed to work on upcoming productions.

“As organizations in Manitoba’s sector council program, it’s been great for FTM to collaborate with MCSC to attract workers to our respective industries and showcase the opportunities available in Manitoba,” said FTM Managing Director Adam Smoluk. “MCSC’s team of James Murphy, Ramir Diaz, and Carol Paul have been great to collaborate with.”

This session will be a great opportunity for experienced or aspiring professionals to learn about the film industry in Manitoba and the types of occupations available. Students, seasoned professionals, and newcomers to Manitoba are all encouraged to attend.

The session is taking place on Wednesday, May 26, 2:00pm – 3:00pm

For more information or to register please contact: Email: john@filmtraining.mb.ca

FTM is a member of the Province of Manitoba’s sector council program through the Department of Economic Development and Training. FTM builds a highly skilled and adaptable film industry workforce to support the activities of Manitoba production companies. FTM collaborates with members of the film and television industry to identify the training needs within the community. 

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