The Arts and Technology Centre (ATC) is a leader in technical and career education in the LRSD. Students from seven different LRSD high schools may choose to complete ATC programs to pursue their interests and exciting career opportunities.
ATC is an accredited Secondary and Post-Secondary institution. ATC is open to students in Grade 11 and 12 as well as high school graduates.
Programs and Services
Students enrolled at ATC get practical, hands-on training in their chosen program. They learn the skills they need for success
in their chosen vocational program by
industry standard practical work and learning the associated theory.
Automotive Technology* (February intake)
Baking & Pastry Arts (February and September intake)
Broadcast Media* (February intake)
Culinary Arts* (February and September intake)
Early Childhood Education (Feb. and Sept. intake)
Electrical Trades* (February intake)
Esthetics* (February and September intake)
Hairstyling* (February and September intake)
Information Systems Architect* (February intake)
New Media Design* (February intake)
Plumbing* (February intake)
*Accredited programs with Apprenticeship Manitoba
Please note there are specific application materials and procedures for international students applying to ATC programs. All courses require minimum levels of proficiency in English.
Certificates and Credits
Students who meet all program requirements may apply credits towards a regular high school diploma, as well as an ATC program certificate.
Some ATC courses also provide the opportunity to write optional external exams for recognized industry certification. ATC currently offers the following exams at additional cost :
A+ Computer Repair Technician
Net+ Network Technician
CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician)
CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate)
MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist)
It is necessary that you read the Application Guide before filling out the Application form.
ATC Application Guide
ATC Tuition Fee Schedule
ATC Programs Handbook
ATC Withdrawal Form
LRSD reserves the right to modify or cancel any program, process or procedure without notice or prejudice.