Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12 Electrical Vocational Classes
THIS PROGRAM IS ACCREDITED FOR
THE LEVEL 1 TECHNICAL IN-SCHOOL PORTION OF THE ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION TRADE APPRENTICESHIP.
ELECTRICITY LIGHTS UP OUR CITIES, FACTORIES AND HOMES, provides power to all our modern appliances and entertainment equipment. It is also becoming a means of modern transportation in all-electric vehicles. If you have the desire to enter into a career with ever increasing opportunities then the Electrical Program could be for you. In the Electrical Program you will learn how to install, maintain and repair many different forms of electrical wiring and equipment.
GRADE 9 • 1 CREDIT E10SE EXPLORATION OF ELECTRICAL TRADES TECH 10S (NOT REQUIRED FOR TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL MAJOR) This is an optional course intended for students wishing to sample the Electrical Trades. The emphasis is on hands-on activities. Students are introduced to safety, tools and equipment, electrical / electronic systems.
GRADE 10 • 1 CREDIT E20SI INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL TRADES TECH 20S Electricity is the driving energy behind our modern society and electronics provides the sophisticated means by which we can enjoy a high standard of living. To provide a fascinating insight to the ever increasing career possibilities in the Electrical or Electronic fields, this introductory “hands on” single credit course was designed for students from any grade level. Students will be introduced to basic electrical concepts. They will begin to design and wire circuits. Students are introduced to safety, tools and equipment, electrical / electronic systems.
GRADE 11 • 4 CREDITS E30SETF ELECTRICAL TRADES DC FUNDAMENTALS 30S E30SRW REISDENTIAL WIRING 30S E30SEWM ELECTRICAL WIRING METHODS 30S E40SETF ELECTRICAL TRADES AC FUNDAMENTALS 40S Students will be introduced to basic electrical concepts. They will begin to design and wire circuits. Students are introduced to safety, tools and equipment, electrical / electronic systems. Areas of study include instrumentation, measurement, component recognition, value determination and fabrication. Students will learn Ohm’s Law as it relates to series, parallel and combination circuits. Students will also be introduced to Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) standards. They will learn to design, install, test and troubleshoot branch circuits, and become familiar with the tools, techniques, materials and devices associated with it. Students will also be introduced to blueprint reading.
GRADE 12 • 4 CREDITS E40SARW ADVANCED RESIDENTIAL WIRING 40S E40SAEWM ADVANCED ELECTRICAL WIRING METHODS 40S E40SAETT APPLIED ELECTRICAL TRADES TECHNOLOGY 40S E40SAE APPLIED ELECTRICITY In the Grade 12 “Electrical Program” you will learn advance residental, advanced eletrical wiring methods, intro to electric motor control and programmable logic control.