Career and Technology Studies & Knowledge and Employability
Career and Technology Studies (CTS) and Knowledge and Employability (K&E) pathways build on the Career & Technology Foundations (CTF) inquiry-based, hands-on studies for Grades 5. CTS involves five main clusters composed of occupational areas with industry commonalities.
The 5 CTS Clusters
The following courses are available on campus at Henry Wise Wood High School:
Business, Administration, Finance & Information Technology (BIT)
Health, Recreation & Human Services (HRH)
Media, Design & Communication Arts (MDC)
Natural Resources (NAT)
Trades, Manufacturing & Transportation (TMT)
Off Campus at the Career & Technology Centre
Career and Technology Centre – at Lord Shaughnessy High School. Students interested in the CTC programs should work with their guidance counsellor to register for the 2019-20 school year.
- Autobody Repair
- IT Essentials
- Energy and Environmental Innovation
- Media Design and Communication
- Culinary Arts
- Health Sciences
Transportation to/from the CTC is provided by the CBE at the noon-hour transition.
Monday to Thursday 12:05 PM departure from CTC with a drop off and departure from HWW at 12:20 PM to return to CTC for 12:30 PM. Families/students must provide one-way transportation either for morning arrival at the CTC or home after PM CTC courses. For more information please contact Cathy Seifert-Kelba.
Vaughn Erhardt - Construction Technology
Kim Corrigan - Food Studies
Beth Campbell - Food Studies, Fashion Studies
Matthew McDonald - Computer Science and Video Game Design
Jill Tuttle - Graphic Design / Photography
Miko Nakamura - Film and Animation
Jane Renyk - Graphic Design / Photography
Samantha Young - Film and Animation
Diane Ross - Architecture and 3D, Graphic Design / Photography
Karen Cheney - Girls Fitness and Wellness, Sports Performance, Leadership
Mary Marcinew - Sports Medicine
Holly Clarke - Sports Performance