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Welcome to the Information and Communication Technologies Association of Manitoba

WHO WE ARE

ICTAM represents Manitoba’s top tech businesses, from start-up to multinational and everything in between, helping companies thrive and grow.

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What We Do

We're on a mission to showcase Manitoba’s innovation and grow the province’s tech sector. Through collaboration, education and promotion, we bring people together to share skills, explore ideas and build a strong community.

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Upcoming Events

  • DisruptED: THE FUTURE OF WORK +

      At DisruptED19, work and education are brought together in a technology conference, unlike any other. As we race towards Read More
  • Tech Mash Up: "Cannabis at Work & Impact on Travel"- Monday, Feb 4, 2019 +

    Presented by: Thompson Dorfman Sweatmen Find out what the employment and immigration laws are, with respect to cannabis in the Read More
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March 2017 - Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology

Manitoba’s trades and industry sectors are always growing and the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) is there to fuel that growth.

As Manitoba’s newest public college, MITT helps students from high school to near retirement age gain skills that make them desirable in trades and industries on the rise in Manitoba.

Offering over 20 full and part-time programs that lead to certificates, accreditations, diplomas and apprenticeships, MITT helps both young and mature students kick-start careers in auto mechanics, business administration, carpentry, cloud administration and cyber defence, electrical applications, network and computer technology and administration, and more.

In programs that cater to high school students, international and post-secondary students, MITT’s compassionate and skilful instructors make practical education as accessible as possible, helping boost Manitoba’s economy by developing some of the industries on which its growth depends.