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Superior-Greenstone District School Board

Technology Connection

Schools

High School Course

College Course

Type

Marathon  High School

Lake Superior HS

Geraldton HS

TCJ 4C - Construction Technology

CT 121 – Basic Hand Tools of the Construction Industry

Team Taught

 This community minded program has been developed to extend the opportunities for student acquisition of basic trade skills. Students will see the daily application of high school technology skills to the workplace and understand their relevancy for the world of work. It is necessary for students to see a clear link between the secondary school technology program and the college technology programs in skilled trades and technology based programs.

Welding

School

High School Course

College Course            

 Type

Team Taught

Marathon  High School

Lake Superior High School

Nipigon-Red Rock High School

TMJ 3E/C - Manufacturing Technology

WC 143 - T-Joints         

To engage students with an opportunity to learn about one of the most popular trades - welding. Students will gain a first hand practical experience in welding while learning T-Joints in a number of different positions. This course will have a focus on a pathway to a post-secondary program within welding and the various industries and trades with welding a part of.  Students in this program will have the opportunity to see a clear pathway between high school and post secondary education, and discover their potential for success in a college program.

Cooking with a Purpose

Schools

High School Course

College Course

Type

Manitouwadge High School

 

TFT 3C - Hospitality

CU 140 - Nutritional Theory and Food Preparation

Team Taught

 One - two days per week the students will work with the college instructor for the CU 140 course at the secondary school site. The TFT 3C course will be delivered on a daily basis as per the semester system.  Opportunities will be provided for the students to do job shadowing and reach ahead types of activities at the college. Students enrolled in this program will be ‘at risk’ and interested senior students who thrive in a hands on learning environment that combines their passion for success and hospitality. This program will serve to reinforce both student self-confidence and the bridge to college after high school for these students from a remote, northern community

 Forest and Environment Link

Schools

High School Course

College Course

Type

 Geraldton High School

CGR 4M/E - Envir. Workforce Mang.

NR 100 - Natural Resource Management

Team Taught

To engage students with an opportunity to learn about the environment and our forests. Students will gain a first hand practical experience in the environmental and forestry sectors, with a focus on a pathway to a post-secondary program within an environmental or forestry program through the SCWI opportunities. Students will take lessons from the classroom, and using these lessons, practically apply their newly learned skills toward job readiness certificate training opportunities and applied learning on field trips.  Students in this program will have the opportunity to see a clear pathway between high school and post secondary education, and discover their potential for success in a college program.

Mining Link

Schools

College Course

Type

 

Marathon  High School

MN 130 - Introduction to Mining (SVB4T)

College Delivered

 

To engage students with an opportunity to learn about the vast number of jobs available in the ever expanding mining - manufacturing sector. Students will gain a first hand practical experience mining and how it relates to manufacturing, with a focus on a pathway to a post-secondary program within a mining or manufacturing program through the SCWI and SHSM opportunities.Students will take lessons from the classroom, and then while visiting open pit, underground mining and the smelting/processing plant, related the theory to real live experience.  Students in this program will have the opportunity to see a clear pathway between high school and post secondary education, and discover their potential for success in a college program.