Foods Culinary Arts

Foods Culinary Arts 10 (1420)

Welcome to the world of Foods! In this class you will have the opportunity to start your first year of Apprenticeship in Cooking. This class prepares food for the school cafeteria and catering. Whether your emphasis is to acquire valuable life skills or to pursue a career in the food service industry, the foods courses should interest and inspire you. Emphasis is placed on safety, basic measurement, practical application, technique development and employability skills. A key element of the course will be the preparation of recipes focusing on safe and sanitary food handling practices based on industry standards. Each course contains theory, practical and assessment components. A provincial food safety certification is required for this level and to be able to proceed to the next level. Topics covered may include: Students will rotate every 2 weeks through 3 groups including Hot Foods, Bakery and Cold Foods. Prerequisite: None

Foods Culinary Arts 20/30 (2420/3420)

In Foods Culinary Arts 20, students will continue to develop the skills needed to work in a commercial kitchen. Kitchen leadership skills will be encouraged to develop. Safe and sanitary food handling practices based on industry standards will continue to be emphasized. Each course contains theory and practical assessment components. Foods Culinary Arts 30 students will have a chance to focus on their own interests and complete courses necessary to challenge the first year Alberta Apprenticeship Cook Trade exam. Topics covered may include: Students will rotate every 2 weeks through 3 groups including Hot Foods, Bakery and Cold Foods. Prerequisite Foods Culinary Arts 20: Foods Culinary Arts 10. Prerequisite Foods Culinary Arts 30: Foods Culinary Arts 20.


Legal Studies

Legal Studies 10 (1415)

This program provides an introduction to public, private, and relationship law and employment law. This course will include debate, discussions and mock trials. This course is intended to be fun, informative and inspiring. Prerequisite: None

Legal Studies 20/30 (2415/3415)

This course is recommended for students who want to further their understanding of law and current affairs. Through analysis of actual cases, we will examine the criminal justice system, including the criminal process, and the roles and responsibilities of the participants. Students also explore legal issues and procedures with which both citizens and employees must deal and students will be able to further investigate a topic of choice. Prerequisite Legal Studies 20: Legal Studies 10. Prerequisite Legal Studies 30: Legal Studies 20.


Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine 10 (1450)

This CTS course includes the study of human physiology, athlete health and performance, and an introduction to injury rehabilitation. Recognition and treatment of injuries is the focus, by using student’s background in anatomy, and progressive teaching of more advanced taping and wrapping skills. Modules available to you may include; Nutrition For Recreation Activity & Sport, Injury Management 2, Pain and Pain and Management, Standard First Aid and CPR with AED Certification, and CTS Project credit - which involves the opportunity to train a Thirsk athletic team. You will be required to
complete a minimum of 25 hours as trainers; therefor students must be prepared to dedicate a significant amount of time before and after school within the training environment. Prerequisite: Sports Medicine 10

Sports Medicine 20 (2450)

This CTS course includes the study of human physiology, athlete health and performance, and an introduction to injury rehabilitation. Recognition and treatment of injuries is the focus, by using student’s background in anatomy, and progressive teaching of more advanced taping and wrapping skills. Modules available to you may include; Nutrition For Recreation Activity & Sport, Injury Management 2, Pain and Pain and Management, Standard First Aid and CPR with AED Certification, and CTS Project credit - which involves the opportunity to train a Thirsk athletic team. You will be required to complete a minimum of 25 hours as trainers; therefor students must be prepared to dedicate a significant amount of time before and after school within the training environment. Prerequisite: Sports Medicine 10.

Sports Medicine 30 (3550)

This is a CTS course designed for anyone with an interest in advanced anatomy and physiology, or those students interested in pursuing Kinesiology, Physio Therapy and other related medical fields. Students are introduced to a variety of post-secondary opportunities and advanced rehabilitative methods within the city. Modules available to you may include in Human Movement, Injury Management 3, Health Care Provider & CPR Recertification, CTS Project credit as Head Trainer within our own Thirsk Athletics. An extended module may include Caring for People with Disabilities 1 – as this provides an opportunity to work with Robert Thirsk’s ALP students in a fitness and rehabilitation setting. Prerequisite: Sports Medicine 20


Sports Performance

Sports Performance 10/20/30

With the increasing demands on sports today, this course will focus on the development of an individual’s fitness as it relates to improving performance in sport. Topics of study include: aerobic training, strength training, flexibility training, agility training, power training, speed training, nutrition, hydration and goal setting. 

NOTE | All levels of Sports Performance are extremely rigorous and physically demanding courses and should only be requested by students desiring high performance levels of physical fitness.

Sports Performance 10 (1460)

Prerequisite: None.

Sports Performance 20 (2460)

Prerequisite: Sports Performance 10

Sports Performance 30 (3460)

Prerequisite: Sports Performance 20


Leadership

The Leadership program encourages key elements of servant leadership through peer and mentorship learning opportunities. Students will be given opportunities and encouragement to develop their own leadership skills, take risks, and grow in positive/productive ways. Leadership 10, 20, and 30 are courses that will be of great interest for students who are passionate about making a difference within their leadership class, school and greater community.

Leadership 10 (1414)

In Leadership 10, students will have the opportunity to develop a significant level of mastery over character and servant leadership skills, interpersonal abilities and group dynamics. Students will also be given an opportunity to identify and implement projects that meet school and community needs. Prerequisite: None

Leadership 20/30 (2414/3414)

In Leadership 20/30 students will be given opportunities to enhance their leadership skills previously acquired and expected to demonstrate the application of these skill sets through modeling and mentorship. Personal growth and development will be demonstrated through involvement as a mentor and model for other students in the school community. Advanced level students will be expected to demonstrate commitment, responsibility, accountability and work ethic fostering the development of significant leadership projects in the school and greater community. Prerequisite
Leadership 20: Leadership 10. Prerequisite Leadership 30: Leadership 20.

PE/Recreational Leadership 20/30 (2466/3466)

In Rec Leadership 20/30, students will be given opportunities to enhance and build upon their leadership skills previously acquired and expected to demonstrate the application of these skill sets through modeling and mentorship. Students will take on elevated levels of responsibility throughout the course. Personal growth and development will be demonstrated through involvement as a mentor and model for other students in the school community as well as increased understanding of the role recreation; activity and participation play in a healthy whole school community. Advanced level students will be expected to demonstrate commitment, responsibility, accountability and work ethic fostering the development of significant initiatives in the school such as pep rallies, intramurals, athletic tournaments, etc. Prerequisite: PE 10

Health, Recreation & Human Services (HRH)

Foods Culinary Arts

Foods Culinary Arts 10 (1420)

Welcome to the world of Foods! In this class you will have the opportunity to start your first year of Apprenticeship in Cooking. This class prepares food for the school cafeteria and catering. Whether your emphasis is to acquire valuable life skills or to pursue a career in the food service industry, the foods courses should interest and inspire you. Emphasis is placed on safety, basic measurement, practical application, technique development and employability skills. A key element of the course will be the preparation of recipes focusing on safe and sanitary food handling practices based on industry standards. Each course contains theory, practical and assessment components. A provincial food safety certification is required for this level and to be able to proceed to the next level. Topics covered may include: Students will rotate every 2 weeks through 3 groups including Hot Foods, Bakery and Cold Foods. Prerequisite: None

Foods Culinary Arts 20/30 (2420/3420)

In Foods Culinary Arts 20, students will continue to develop the skills needed to work in a commercial kitchen. Kitchen leadership skills will be encouraged to develop. Safe and sanitary food handling practices based on industry standards will continue to be emphasized. Each course contains theory and practical assessment components. Foods Culinary Arts 30 students will have a chance to focus on their own interests and complete courses necessary to challenge the first year Alberta Apprenticeship Cook Trade exam. Topics covered may include: Students will rotate every 2 weeks through 3 groups including Hot Foods, Bakery and Cold Foods. Prerequisite Foods Culinary Arts 20: Foods Culinary Arts 10. Prerequisite Foods Culinary Arts 30: Foods Culinary Arts 20.


Legal Studies

Legal Studies 10 (1415)

This program provides an introduction to public, private, and relationship law and employment law. This course will include debate, discussions and mock trials. This course is intended to be fun, informative and inspiring. Prerequisite: None

Legal Studies 20/30 (2415/3415)

This course is recommended for students who want to further their understanding of law and current affairs. Through analysis of actual cases, we will examine the criminal justice system, including the criminal process, and the roles and responsibilities of the participants. Students also explore legal issues and procedures with which both citizens and employees must deal and students will be able to further investigate a topic of choice. Prerequisite Legal Studies 20: Legal Studies 10. Prerequisite Legal Studies 30: Legal Studies 20.


Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine 10 (1450)

This CTS course includes the study of human physiology, athlete health and performance, and an introduction to injury rehabilitation. Recognition and treatment of injuries is the focus, by using student’s background in anatomy, and progressive teaching of more advanced taping and wrapping skills. Modules available to you may include; Nutrition For Recreation Activity & Sport, Injury Management 2, Pain and Pain and Management, Standard First Aid and CPR with AED Certification, and CTS Project credit - which involves the opportunity to train a Thirsk athletic team. You will be required to
complete a minimum of 25 hours as trainers; therefor students must be prepared to dedicate a significant amount of time before and after school within the training environment. Prerequisite: Sports Medicine 10

Sports Medicine 20 (2450)

This CTS course includes the study of human physiology, athlete health and performance, and an introduction to injury rehabilitation. Recognition and treatment of injuries is the focus, by using student’s background in anatomy, and progressive teaching of more advanced taping and wrapping skills. Modules available to you may include; Nutrition For Recreation Activity & Sport, Injury Management 2, Pain and Pain and Management, Standard First Aid and CPR with AED Certification, and CTS Project credit - which involves the opportunity to train a Thirsk athletic team. You will be required to complete a minimum of 25 hours as trainers; therefor students must be prepared to dedicate a significant amount of time before and after school within the training environment. Prerequisite: Sports Medicine 10.

Sports Medicine 30 (3550)

This is a CTS course designed for anyone with an interest in advanced anatomy and physiology, or those students interested in pursuing Kinesiology, Physio Therapy and other related medical fields. Students are introduced to a variety of post-secondary opportunities and advanced rehabilitative methods within the city. Modules available to you may include in Human Movement, Injury Management 3, Health Care Provider & CPR Recertification, CTS Project credit as Head Trainer within our own Thirsk Athletics. An extended module may include Caring for People with Disabilities 1 – as this provides an opportunity to work with Robert Thirsk’s ALP students in a fitness and rehabilitation setting. Prerequisite: Sports Medicine 20


Sports Performance

Sports Performance 10/20/30

With the increasing demands on sports today, this course will focus on the development of an individual’s fitness as it relates to improving performance in sport. Topics of study include: aerobic training, strength training, flexibility training, agility training, power training, speed training, nutrition, hydration and goal setting. 

NOTE | All levels of Sports Performance are extremely rigorous and physically demanding courses and should only be requested by students desiring high performance levels of physical fitness.

Sports Performance 10 (1460)

Prerequisite: None.

Sports Performance 20 (2460)

Prerequisite: Sports Performance 10

Sports Performance 30 (3460)

Prerequisite: Sports Performance 20


Leadership

The Leadership program encourages key elements of servant leadership through peer and mentorship learning opportunities. Students will be given opportunities and encouragement to develop their own leadership skills, take risks, and grow in positive/productive ways. Leadership 10, 20, and 30 are courses that will be of great interest for students who are passionate about making a difference within their leadership class, school and greater community.

Leadership 10 (1414)

In Leadership 10, students will have the opportunity to develop a significant level of mastery over character and servant leadership skills, interpersonal abilities and group dynamics. Students will also be given an opportunity to identify and implement projects that meet school and community needs. Prerequisite: None

Leadership 20/30 (2414/3414)

In Leadership 20/30 students will be given opportunities to enhance their leadership skills previously acquired and expected to demonstrate the application of these skill sets through modeling and mentorship. Personal growth and development will be demonstrated through involvement as a mentor and model for other students in the school community. Advanced level students will be expected to demonstrate commitment, responsibility, accountability and work ethic fostering the development of significant leadership projects in the school and greater community. Prerequisite
Leadership 20: Leadership 10. Prerequisite Leadership 30: Leadership 20.

PE/Recreational Leadership 20/30 (2466/3466)

In Rec Leadership 20/30, students will be given opportunities to enhance and build upon their leadership skills previously acquired and expected to demonstrate the application of these skill sets through modeling and mentorship. Students will take on elevated levels of responsibility throughout the course. Personal growth and development will be demonstrated through involvement as a mentor and model for other students in the school community as well as increased understanding of the role recreation; activity and participation play in a healthy whole school community. Advanced level students will be expected to demonstrate commitment, responsibility, accountability and work ethic fostering the development of significant initiatives in the school such as pep rallies, intramurals, athletic tournaments, etc. Prerequisite: PE 10

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