Welcome to Bowness High School Trades Centre of Excellence!

The Trades Centre of Excellence Program is offered to Bowness High School students looking to gain experience towards pursuit of a career working in the Trades. Bowness High School is very proud of the continued partnership with Stepper Homes and the trades-oriented work completed with our partnership companies. Work continues to change as students grow with the program. Check out the work completed last year with our Stepper Homes partnership!

If you would like more information about the course and entrance requirements, please contact Mr. Bagnall to discuss it further.

Email | bdbagnall@cbe.ab.ca

Instagram | Check out what we are doing right now on Instagram | @bhstradescentre 


History and Program Rationale

The Bowness High School Trades Centre of Excellence program is a source of pride around the program history and the students who are enrolled. This program is made available to students at Bowness in partnership with Industry employers. Our biggest supporter and contributor to the program is Stepper Homes. The project work that is completed will build many opportunities for our students to pursue a rewarding career in the Trades!!

This course is unique in that students are offered a program that partners students with various Tradespeople to learn knowledge, skills and attitudes that provide marketable skills in the Alberta workforce while working on projects that are constructed daily in the Trades.

This course is offered to students that are interested in pursuing skills in the Trades while remaining a Bowness High School student. This program offers a wide variety of Trades skill learning opportunities and will allow students to pursue their passion in a job site setting within the school.  Depending on the project work and skills required, students can learn from Tradespeople who work as Electricians, Plumbers, Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Installers, Drywallers, Roofers, Framers, and the list goes on!

Every year the project work completed by students will meet the curricular needs while offering a networking opportunity with Employers who are invested in the Trades Centre of Excellence Program success. This could even mean employability opportunities for students looking to become apprentices in their desired Trade area.

Bowness High School welcomes students to enroll in the Trades Centre of Excellence starting at Grade 10 for students interested in more than carpentry skills. Contact the instructor, Mr. Bagnall for more information about the program and to find out the exciting work students are completing in the Trades Centre of Excellence program at Bowness High School!

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Course Instructor

Instructor | Brad Bagnall
bdbagnall@cbe.ab.ca
Construction Technology & Trades Centre Instructor
Phone | 403-286-5092 (voicemail – 3082)

Trades Centre of Excellence

Welcome to Bowness High School Trades Centre of Excellence!

The Trades Centre of Excellence Program is offered to Bowness High School students looking to gain experience towards pursuit of a career working in the Trades. Bowness High School is very proud of the continued partnership with Stepper Homes and the trades-oriented work completed with our partnership companies. Work continues to change as students grow with the program. Check out the work completed last year with our Stepper Homes partnership!

If you would like more information about the course and entrance requirements, please contact Mr. Bagnall to discuss it further.

Email | bdbagnall@cbe.ab.ca

Instagram | Check out what we are doing right now on Instagram | @bhstradescentre 


History and Program Rationale

The Bowness High School Trades Centre of Excellence program is a source of pride around the program history and the students who are enrolled. This program is made available to students at Bowness in partnership with Industry employers. Our biggest supporter and contributor to the program is Stepper Homes. The project work that is completed will build many opportunities for our students to pursue a rewarding career in the Trades!!

This course is unique in that students are offered a program that partners students with various Tradespeople to learn knowledge, skills and attitudes that provide marketable skills in the Alberta workforce while working on projects that are constructed daily in the Trades.

This course is offered to students that are interested in pursuing skills in the Trades while remaining a Bowness High School student. This program offers a wide variety of Trades skill learning opportunities and will allow students to pursue their passion in a job site setting within the school.  Depending on the project work and skills required, students can learn from Tradespeople who work as Electricians, Plumbers, Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Installers, Drywallers, Roofers, Framers, and the list goes on!

Every year the project work completed by students will meet the curricular needs while offering a networking opportunity with Employers who are invested in the Trades Centre of Excellence Program success. This could even mean employability opportunities for students looking to become apprentices in their desired Trade area.

Bowness High School welcomes students to enroll in the Trades Centre of Excellence starting at Grade 10 for students interested in more than carpentry skills. Contact the instructor, Mr. Bagnall for more information about the program and to find out the exciting work students are completing in the Trades Centre of Excellence program at Bowness High School!

Gallery

Course Instructor

Instructor | Brad Bagnall
bdbagnall@cbe.ab.ca
Construction Technology & Trades Centre Instructor
Phone | 403-286-5092 (voicemail – 3082)

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