Contact Information

Success Skills Centre
Centennial House, 2nd Floor
310 Broadway Avenue Winnipeg | Manitoba Canada R3C 0S6
Phone: (204) 975-5111
Fax: (204) 975-5108

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Office Hours
Mondays to Fridays
9:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m
For individuals working, after hour appointments may be arranged.



Youth Employment Partnerships : Alicia Rae Career Centre
Winnipeg English Language Assessment Program (WELARC)
Entry Program
Regional Programs: English as an Additional Language (EAL)
Manitoba Immigrant Safety Services
Multiple Language Parenting Resources for Newcomers
Employment Services for New Manitobans
Services for Immigrants
Work in Your Profession
Law Phone-In and Lawyer Referral Program
Map of Manitoba
Go Forth Institute
Nobody's Perfect Manitoba: A parenting program for parents of children birth to age five.
Community Unemployed Help Centre
Volunteer Manitoba
Credentials Recognition Program
Canadian Newcomers Magazine
Specializes in information for immigrants to Canada.
Manitoba Start
Resources for Youth Winnipeg
Pembina Valley Language Education for Adults (PVLEA)
South Eastman English and Literacy Services (SEELS)
Westman Immigrant Services
Courtesy of the Manitoba Department of Labour and Immigration
Academic Credentials Assessment Service - Manitoba
Campus Canada
Canadian Association of Prior Learning Assessments (PLA)
Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials
Canadian Language Benchmarks
English for Professional Purposes
HRSDC Essential Skills: Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) is a process used to identify, document, assess and recognize skills and knowledge. 
Recognition for Learning: Anyone who wants to learn more about prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR), needs PLAR services or wants to contribute to PLAR practice in Canada is welcome to use this RFL website.
Red Seal: The Red Seal allows qualified tradespeople to practise their trade in any province or territory without having to write additional examinations, thus improving labour mobility in Canada and saving time and resources by eliminating the need for multiple examinations.


Leveraging Differences in the Workforce!

Upcoming Events

Internationally Trained Professionals/Skilled Workers Hands-on Practicum Program on Thursday January 3, 2019 is Information Session and HOP program starts Monday, January 7, 2019.

Sage, QuickBooks and Canadian Payroll Register Now

AutoCAD and SolidWorks on weekends and week-days

CELBAN Prepartation Crash Course on Weekdays

IELTS Course on weekends

CELPIP General Preparation Course

Office Smart Course on the first Thursday and Friday of every month

Looking for a job?  Check out the latest job listings on our website.

Job Search Club on Tuesdays, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

Testimonals from Clients

“When I first heard of Success Skills Centre, I did not imagine the immerse impact it will have on my career.  From the great reception at the front desk to the excellent support system from all the Labour Specialists, the overall system in place is wonderful. 
I have learnt new and efficient way of presenting my résumé, cover letter, reference and all other supporting document needed for my job search.
I discovered the importance of soft skills, because this was not emphasized in my cultural background, it’s a new terrain in which I am beginning to explore by applying to volunteer in various service groups.
I also got to meet with people from diverse culture learning from them has been a pleasant experience for me, I have learnt to appreciate beauty in diversity.
In all, Success Skills Centre has made me a better person, I appreciate your effort in assisting immigrants, especially in understanding Canadian work environment.”


Employer’s comments: “I wanted to give you the great news (if you haven’t heard already) – we have offered an accounting position to Esther and she has accepted!  She is starting officially on Monday and we are very excited to have her.  Thank you again – I look forward to working with you in the future!”


“When I came to SSC, it was difficult for me to narrow down or tailor my skills to a particular specialization and industry.  The information I gathered throughout the session helped me to understand my skills and the kind of entry level job I should be looking for.  More so, I have stronger understanding of my soft skills and how I can use them.”


“I would like to say a big thank you for the organizers of the two week training at SSC.  The program has been so enlightening and explosive.  The program was well organized and impactful with loads of information that will channel one’s path to great lines. I learnt a lot during this program and I believe the sky is my limit.
I am very optimistic that with the information I got from SSC. I would be able to get my dream job.  Finally I would encourage the staff or SSC to keep up the good job.”


“I really appreciate the input of Success Skills Centre in organizing the Hands-On-Practicum session for immigrants.  It accorded me the platform to obtain a mentorship in jump-starting my career in Canada.  I believe I have been equipped with the requisite skills to be successful on my job search interview and then job.”


“I just want to say thank you Success Skills Centre for this opportunity to get to training which changed my mind and opened my eyes.  When I landed here in Canada everybody was saying that to go back to my career it is not possible.  But as I know from this two-week workshop, it will be up to me.  All is possible with our counsellor I will make it happen.”