In the TMT cluster, you focus on skills and knowledge related to the design, construction, fabrication and maintenance of a product. This cluster includes courses that relate to manufacturing, processing, utilities, construction, mechanics, fabrication, trades supervision, trades contracting, logistics, transportation and heavy equipment.

Autobody Technician Apprentice

Students practice and develop skills required to identify and demonstrate knowledge and competency for damage repair, restoration and enhancement of the exterior finishes of a vehicle. Students develop proficiency in skills related to sheet metal forming/finishing, paint preparation, paint spray techniques, automotive knowledge, windshield/glass repair and replacement, detailing/graphics, tool usage and knowledge as it relates to the transportation industry. Students will be encouraged to engage in pre-apprenticeship courses that will prepare them to challenge the 1st year apprenticeship theory exams. When successful, they will be awarded advanced standing in their trade. The Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) is also encouraged so hours can be applied towards the journeyman’s ticket. There is a $1,000.00 scholarship for students, details of which will be explained in class.

Classes and detailed information;

  • Introductory (5 credits available) 
  • Intermediate (10 credits available) 
  • Advanced / Apprentice First Period (10 credits available)

Welding / Fabrication / Welder Apprentice

Students in Fabrication (welding), will study metal technologies and learn the fine art of design and metal fabrication. Welder apprentices learn the basic knowledge and skills related to the unique techniques of oxy-fuel welding, gas metal arc welding, flux core arc welding, submerged arc welding, shielded metal arc welding, and will work to refine competency in OAW cutting, GMAW, FCAW, SMAW. Students will be encouraged to engage in pre-apprenticeship courses that will prepare them to challenge the 1st year apprenticeship theory and practical exams. When successful, they will be awarded advanced standing in their trade. The Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) is also encouraged so hours can be applied towards the journeyman’s ticket. There is a $1,000.00 scholarship for students, details of which will be explained in class.

Classes and detailed information;

  • Introductory (10 credits available) 
  • Intermediate (10 credits available) 
  • Advanced / Apprentice First Period (17 credits available)

Trades, Manufacturing & Transportation

In the TMT cluster, you focus on skills and knowledge related to the design, construction, fabrication and maintenance of a product. This cluster includes courses that relate to manufacturing, processing, utilities, construction, mechanics, fabrication, trades supervision, trades contracting, logistics, transportation and heavy equipment.

Autobody Technician Apprentice

Students practice and develop skills required to identify and demonstrate knowledge and competency for damage repair, restoration and enhancement of the exterior finishes of a vehicle. Students develop proficiency in skills related to sheet metal forming/finishing, paint preparation, paint spray techniques, automotive knowledge, windshield/glass repair and replacement, detailing/graphics, tool usage and knowledge as it relates to the transportation industry. Students will be encouraged to engage in pre-apprenticeship courses that will prepare them to challenge the 1st year apprenticeship theory exams. When successful, they will be awarded advanced standing in their trade. The Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) is also encouraged so hours can be applied towards the journeyman’s ticket. There is a $1,000.00 scholarship for students, details of which will be explained in class.

Classes and detailed information;

  • Introductory (5 credits available) 
  • Intermediate (10 credits available) 
  • Advanced / Apprentice First Period (10 credits available)

Welding / Fabrication / Welder Apprentice

Students in Fabrication (welding), will study metal technologies and learn the fine art of design and metal fabrication. Welder apprentices learn the basic knowledge and skills related to the unique techniques of oxy-fuel welding, gas metal arc welding, flux core arc welding, submerged arc welding, shielded metal arc welding, and will work to refine competency in OAW cutting, GMAW, FCAW, SMAW. Students will be encouraged to engage in pre-apprenticeship courses that will prepare them to challenge the 1st year apprenticeship theory and practical exams. When successful, they will be awarded advanced standing in their trade. The Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) is also encouraged so hours can be applied towards the journeyman’s ticket. There is a $1,000.00 scholarship for students, details of which will be explained in class.

Classes and detailed information;

  • Introductory (10 credits available) 
  • Intermediate (10 credits available) 
  • Advanced / Apprentice First Period (17 credits available)
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