This cluster focuses on investigating and developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes relative to the design, construction, fabrication and maintenance of a product.
Construction Technology 10 (5 credits)
Students who like to work with their hands to build things, and are interested in hand and power tools used in the construction industry, will find that Construction Technology is the place for them! In Construction 10, the curriculum covers many basic hand and power tool skills to enable students to build projects that they take home and use daily. With hard work in a safe working atmosphere, students can learn to problem solve, construct, and experience working conditions that could show them the benefits of pursuing a career in the trades. It is expected that when students finish this course they should have earned at least 5 Construction credits to be eligible to enroll in Construction Technology 20 and/or Trades Center of Excellence 20.
Mechanics 10 (5 credits)
This course is a great introduction to the automotive industry for students interested in automobile repair and servicing. Modules and content include the following: Vehicle Service and Care, Engine Fundamentals, Electrical Fundamentals, Mechanical System, and Ride and Control System. If students are interested in getting hands on experience working with
automobiles, and exploring possible career pathways, Mechanics is a great option!